[cvsnt] ##copy##

Tony Hoyle tmh at nodomain.org
Thu Sep 25 22:35:12 BST 2003

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Fabiano Marinho Carneiro da Cunha wrote:

> Hi,
> Sometimes, when I commit some files to the repository, the cvs
> server
> creates another directory with ##copy## on the name of the
> directory
> If my directory is "/include", cvs creates an "/include##copy##"
> directory.
That's a side effect of AtomicCommits.  It means your server crashed.  When
you next use the server it'll delete that directory and the partial commit
that it contains.

If you don't want that to happen don't enable AtomicCommits.


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