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I updated yesterday to CVSNT build 57h. Since then I noticed that it takes about 20 seconds to start a single operation, like checkout, commit, etc. I traced some commands. After the CVS client has displayed "-> main ..." it always takes about 20 seconds that the operation continues. Then the command executes as expected. E:\TEMP>cvs -t co CVSROOT/config -> main loop with CVSROOT=:pserver:stegemann at 192.168.1.20:/src/master ! 20 seconds delay here! S-> do_module (CVSROOT/config, Updating, , ) S-> do_module (CVSROOT/config, Updating, , ) S-> Create_Admin (., CVSROOT, F:/src/master/CVSROOT, , , 0, 0) S-> unlink(./CVS/Tag) -> Create_Admin (CVSROOT, CVSROOT, /src/master/CVSROOT, , , 0, 0) -> unlink(CVSROOT/CVS/Tag) <- Create_Admin -> unlink(CVS/Tag) ... I didn't change the configuration during the update from 57g to 57h. The configuration is: - Windows NT 4.0 Server, SP6a, as PDC - pserver protocol - impersonation enabled - CVSROOT passwd file exists I also tried running the CVS Server with LockServer enabled and disabled, no difference. Also I didn't find any log messages in the event log, apart from the security logs, that \cvs.exe is a trusted login process. What is causing this delay? -- Gerhard Stegemann