[cvsnt] Re: "cannot rename file errors"

Terris Linenbach noreply at nowhere.nwh
Wed Oct 23 18:10:02 BST 2002

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Make sure the user that is running the command has "Full control"
permissions on the directory (and its child directories) specified in the
LockDir option and in the "temp" directory which is specified via the TEMP
and TMP environment variables (on the client) and via the CVSNT control
panel applet on the server.

"Khaled Agrama" <kagrama at hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:ap4m4n$uu8$1 at sisko.nodomain.org...
> Does anyone know what conditions cause the following error to occur?
> cvs [rtag aborted]: cannot rename file
> E:\sanrepos\sanav\ThirdParty\SNMP\MIBs\StorageTek/,STK.mib, to
> E:\sanrepos\sanav\ThirdParty\SNMP\MIBs\StorageTek/STK.mib,v: Permission
> denied
> I've been seeing these often over the past couple of weeks.  Usually a
> restart of the server (build 57h) causes the problem to go away.
> it goes away after simply waiting for a while.
> Have there been any related bug fixes in recent builds that solve the
> problem?
> Does it matter if some clients aren't using matching cvs versions?
> Any help would be appreciated!
> Khaled.

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