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Is there a way of knowing based on the process ID of rlog (which may have been invoked either by CVSWeb or by a CVS client) as to which file it is accessing ? I need to kill an rlog process, which seems to have gone in an infinite loop. The last time I killed the rlog process, it somehow deleted the file that it had locked. I am using an old CVSNT version 126.96.36.199 and I guess its high time I change to the latest build. I think, this might be known to you guys, but the last time I sent a mail I didn't get an acknowledgement or a reply to my post. rlog somehow fails to parse through a file which has a string of ===== or ----- in it, which were added as commit messages. Does this problem still remain in the latest build. Arvind __________________________________ Do you Yahoo!? Yahoo! Calendar - Free online calendar with sync to Outlook(TM). http://calendar.yahoo.com