[cvsnt] Re: LockServer CPU usage

Tyler Theobald tyler.theobald.junk at cox.net
Thu Feb 19 13:51:10 GMT 2004

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What is the "monitor report" you refer to, and how do I set it up?  I've
been needing a way to monitor CVS, but don't know how......?
Using 2.0.14



"Colin Bendell" <cbendell at point2.com> wrote in message
news:mailman.407.1077048559.472.cvsnt at cvsnt.org...
Right now I have one client doing a cvs update and the cvslock server is
sitting at 20-40% cpu while the remainder is being chewed up by cvs.

I just noticed that my CVSROOT/config had specified to use the LockDir,
and yet I saw the monitor report locking from that repository.  I have
now changed the config to use the LockServer with no effect.


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Subject: [cvsnt] Re: LockServer CPU usage

On Tue, 17 Feb 2004 20:24:39 +0100, "Morten Joehnk"
<me at no.mail.for.me> wrote:

>What should i look for? The number of locks? And what would cause a
>number of locks?

Committing a large number of files holds a lock until the commit has
finished.  You'd need a lot though to slow it down - a few thousand
I'd expect.

Other kinds of locks are per-directory or temporary so there's few
things to go wrong there.


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