[cvsnt] Troubleshooting CVS speed

David Stebbings David.Stebbings at OK-Mail.co.uk
Fri Nov 22 13:46:10 GMT 2002

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I've managed to miss out on what SSPI actually is :0

I've had a nose around but can't seem to find anywhere the info i want.

To upgrade everyone to SSPI, do I need a new version of CVSNT on the server?
Also should I just set the clients to SSPI and recheckout the sandboxes (is
it enabled by default on the server?)

We're currently running:
server=(CVSNT)  (Build 57a) (client/server)
wincvs= beta 8 build 1


> -----Original Message-----
> From: tmh at nodomain.org [mailto:tmh at nodomain.org]
> Sent: 21 November 2002 11:28
> To: cvsnt at cvsnt.org cvsnt downloads at march-hare.com @CVSNT on Twitter CVSNT on Facebook
> Subject: Re: [cvsnt] Troubleshooting CVS speed
> On Thu, 21 Nov 2002 09:26:10 +0100, "Oliver Giesen" <ogware at gmx.net>
> wrote:
> >> It is my understanding that :ntserver: has been 
> depreciated for a while
> >now in
> >> CVSNT.
> >
> >Not in the stable builds. is still labelled Alpha 
> so I think it
> >will be still some significant time until use of :ntserver: 
> even starts to
> >phase out. Removing support for it in a client tool should 
> be one of the
> >very last steps along that path IMHO. Look at how many 
> people are still
> >using even more outdated servers (1.10 and such). The people 
> maintaining the
> >"never touch a running system" mentality might not be very vocal on
> >development fora (why should they) but I still think they make up the
> >majority of users/admins.
> >
> :ntserver: is depreciated, it just still works for now.  
> People who don't upgrade
> will never have the problem, so there's no issue there.  Certainly
> it's better to disable the client side first rather than the server
> side, as someone installing a new server might not have the ability to
> upgrade all the clients at the same time.
> It'll be a while before the current development becomes the next
> stable build anyway - I've got quite a bit to do with it but little
> time to actually do it at the moment.
> ATM I recomment people avoid ntserver in new installations, so there's
> no upgrade issues later.
> Tony
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