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On Sun, 1 Sep 2002 18:59:45 -0700 (PDT), srikanth mani <vsgindia at starmail.cc> wrote: >Hello > >Please help me out how to check the log files of one repository and one model. I have >checked up in history file of cvsroot folder but i have not got the time and date >which the user log in, but the user name and the folder and file which there are using >are appearing in log files in cvs server. > >thanks and cheer >srikanth.m > >srikanth.m > There are no log files in CVS where you can see who has 'logged on' or similar. The cvs log command will search the selected file itself for the information on the various commits done on the file and format that for output. 'Logging in' to CVS is a one time operation done at the very first time a module is checked out. After this the user/password information is saved locally for use on all following accesses of that module. No login required anymore. /Bo (Bo Berglund, developer in Sweden)