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I made sure of this. The problem is intermittent. If it were a permission problem I would expect it to happen all of the time. Khaled. "Terris Linenbach" <noreply at nowhere.nwh> wrote in message news:ap6lir$35d$1 at sisko.nodomain.org... > Make sure the user that is running the command has "Full control" > permissions on the directory (and its child directories) specified in the > LockDir option and in the "temp" directory which is specified via the TEMP > and TMP environment variables (on the client) and via the CVSNT control > panel applet on the server. > > "Khaled Agrama" <kagrama at hotmail.com> wrote in message > news:ap4m4n$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. > Sometimes > > 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. > > > > > >