[cvsnt] cvs [server aborted]: cannot rename file 2.0.58b

Steve Swanson steve.swanson at mackichan.com
Wed Oct 20 17:26:02 BST 2004

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I'm getting this too.  Moving from WinXP+CVSNT 2.0.14 to Win2003+CVSNT 
2.0.58b with new hardware.

Changes in CVSROOT work fine, but in other parts of the repository (which I 
copied) I get the "cannot rename" message.

"Bryan Kuhn" <bryan at infinityward.com> wrote in message 
news:mailman.2169.1098136912.21094.cvsnt at cvsnt.org...
>I got this too, no virus scanning going on and it wouldn't happen for every 
>file just certain ones.
> Monday, October 18, 2004, 2:05:17 PM, Joseph Kingry wrote:
>> Has anyone else encountered this? I upgraded our Windows 2000 server
>> from 2.0.58a to 2.0.58b and started getting the following upon a
>> commit:
>> Checking in FILE.NAME;
>> cvs [server aborted]: cannot rename file /PATH/,FILE.NAME, to
>> /PATH/,FILE.NAME,: Permission denied
>> Previous reference to this error all talked about hung cvs.exe
>> processes. I checked for these, no such processes. Uninstalled version
>> 2.0.58b, restarted, reinstalled 2.0.58b, still the same problem.
>> I resolved it by reinstalling 2.0.58a, no errors now.
>> Joe
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