[cvsnt] Program abnormally terminated during login

eelco.klaver at planet.nl eelco.klaver at planet.nl
Fri Feb 6 11:45:59 GMT 2004

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Thanks, you're right, but that means IS is still alerted for each new user/repository and each time the password changes (not that often probably). In these cases I could always login with the standard CVS client and copy the contents of the .cvspass file into the registry.... 

Regards, Eelco

----- Oorspronkelijk bericht -----
Van: Bo Berglund <Bo.Berglund at system3r.se>
Datum: vrijdag 6 februari 2004 om 11:44 uur
Onderwerp: RE: [cvsnt] Program abnormally terminated during login

> You only ever have to log in to cvs *once* for a given repositoy!
> Your login data are locally cached on your PC and used for all
> following operations towards the same server/repository.
> So once you have alerted the IS people with your login you can
> forget it in the future by simply not doing a login again.
> CVS is a stateless system so you are not ever "logged in" to CVS
> outside an actual command like commit or checkout. Once it finishes
> you are not "connected" anymore.
> /Bo
> -----Original Message-----
> From: cvsnt-bounces at cvsnt.org [cvsnt-bounces at cvsnt.org]On Behalf
> Of eelco.klaver at planet.nl
> Sent: den 6 februari 2004 10:43
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> Subject: [cvsnt] Program abnormally terminated during login
> Hi,
> I'm happily using CVSNT client on XP to connect to our CVS server 
> (version 1.11.11) on AIX. The only thing is that our AIX system 
> administrators are alerted each time I do a cvs login via pserver, 
> since that will apparently create an error-log entry and a core 
> dump 
> on the server. The thing is that on the client I don't notice 
> anything 
> and I'm still logged into CVS and can perform all other actions 
> succesfully. 
> Using the standard CVS client doesn't give any problems, but then 
> I can't 
> use all the nice tools that are using CVSNT. Is this a known issue 
> or 
> am I the only one experiencing this?
> Regards, Eelco
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