[Cvsnt] Killing rogue cvs processes?

Bo Berglund bo.berglund at telia.com
Mon Jan 28 20:37:30 GMT 2002

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I thought that I had a stable CVSNT server (Win2000 server) running,
but finally I have also found that there appears a number of cvs.exe
processe that do not terminate in my CVSNT 1.10.8 server. Maybe the
reason is that the number of users is now increasing?
I don't know what is causing them to linger on and I cannot kill the
cvs.exe processes from task manager.
Some time ago in this forum there was someone who gave a solution to
this, but unfortunately I can't find it again.
So if someone who knows could post how to kill those stray cvs.exe
processes without rebooting the server (which I have to do now) I
would be really grateful.
(I will put it into a scheduled job to run every night at 4:37 or

(Bo Berglund, developer in Sweden)
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