[cvsnt] Re: cvstemp dir not clearing itself due to CVSMailer

Tyler Theobald tyler.theobald.junk at cox.net
Tue Feb 24 19:15:11 GMT 2004

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I'm referring specifically to the CVSNT temp directory.  I see in some posts
last year that you were talking through this issue already, but can't tell
if you found a fix.....?  Thanks!

"Bo Berglund" <bo.berglund at telia.com> wrote in message
news:5j3n3019m95froo1lcpj8h79iruud4o2hg at 4ax.com...
> On Tue, 24 Feb 2004 09:20:07 -0600, "Tyler Theobald"
> <tyler.theobald.junk at cox.net> wrote:
> >Bo and Tony,
> >This is in reply to a thread from about a week ago.
> >I did change the CVSMailer MailSendDelay from 10000 to 0 and yes, the
> >dirs started deleting automatically like it should.
> >If I leave the delay at 0 though, I can potentially get multiple
> >notifications on one commit or tag operation right?
> >What do you suggest I do?
> >
> Can you tell me *exactly* which directories we are talking about?
> There are temp dirs made by CVS and there are temp dirs made by
> CVSMailer. I can take care of the latter (there is actually an ini
> file flag for this), but not the ones made by CVS.
> With the mailsenddelay=0 you have also to disable the consolidation of
> emails by this:
> DelayedSend=0
> Otherwise there will be confusion and possibly lost information.
> You will get one email per processed folder this way.
> /Bo
> (Bo Berglund, developer in Sweden)

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