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"Tony Hoyle" <tmh at nodomain.org> wrote in message news:b1jb62$sq5$1 at sisko.nodomain.org... > Tony Hoyle wrote: > > Can't reproduce this at all... To get this kind of thing suggests > corruption in the data between the client & server. I'd suggest this: I tried again command "cvs -t upd -r S001-001" again the cvs\tag file contains only one letter N. The trace has nothing regarding this file. If I give command "cvs -t upd -A" the cvs\tag file is deleted and the trace cotains: -> main loop with CVSROOT=:ntserver:ar2:y:\cvsroot01 S-> unlink(CVS/Tag) -> unlink(CVS/Tag) S-> unlink(./CVS/Tag) -> unlink(CVS/Tag) cvs server: Updating . ... ... S-> unlink(CVS/Tag) -> unlink(CVS/Tag) S-> rename(CVS/Entries.Backup,CVS/Entries) S-> unlink(CVS/Entries.Log) -> rename(CVS/Entries.Backup,CVS/Entries) -> unlink(CVS/Entries.Log) I now try command "cvs -t upd -r BR-2002-ac" the trace makes no mention of the cvs\tag file. The file is properly created and it contains TBR-2002-ac. I also tried to disable my antivirus and the problem persists. Are you sure that the tag file should contain Ntag-name?