[cvsnt] "something bad" with CVSNT - crash dump

Aline aline at comp.com.br
Wed Nov 19 17:51:40 GMT 2003

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I turn off the antivirus but the server is still slow...There are 200MB of
files in the server..This might be the problem?

I read is good to make some tasks on server at night
(http://devguy.com/fp/cfgmgmt/cvs/cvs_admin_nt.htm#Maintenance). Those
tasks can solve my problem?

Thanks again and forgive my english :)

>> Slow performance is usually a sign of AntiVirus software interaction
>> on the server. It has been stated time and again that you should *NOT*
>> run any AV software on the CVSNT server!
> I've said that too, but reality says that's a bit impractical.  Just make
> sure your AV software is set to ignore all CVS directories and not scan
> ignored files and it should help.  Turning it off for a benchmark would be
> a
> good idea too.
> Glen Starrett
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