[cvsnt] sserver crashes on NT4

Ezra Epstein eepstein at prajnait.com
Thu Jan 15 19:56:07 GMT 2004

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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Glen Starrett
> Sent: Wednesday, January 14, 2004 9:07 PM
> Subject: RE: [cvsnt] sserver crashes on NT4
> > I just upgraded my (~ 3 yr. old) very trusty cvsnt install,
> > to the latest
> > "stable" build (2.0.14, I think it is).  Well logging into to it using
> > :sserver: from a command line and tortoise
> > semi-simultaneously brought cvsnt
> > to a screeching halt.  It could not write a dump file.  (Dr.
> > Watson may have
> > if that's a help.)
> FYI, I'm running SSPI on my NT4SP6a box and it seems very stable.
>  I haven't
> tried anything but SSPI and a dash of pserver though.

Yes, no problem with SSPI, nor pserver.... except there is no Eclispse
plugin for SSPI and pserver isn't very secure for remote access. sserver
sounded good: there's an Eclipse plugin, and it requires nothing added on
the server (unlike ssh) to give security.  But, alas, it doesn't seem
(emphasis, on seem) this method is stable.

== Ezra

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