[cvsnt] Re: CVSNT 2.5.01 (Travis) Build 1969 - Latest Stable Build. CVSLock crashes

Tony Hoyle tony.hoyle at march-hare.com
Thu Jul 14 02:15:45 BST 2005

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Sridhar V Iyer wrote:

> By the way sending an email to 
>  cvsnt-crashdumps at cvsnt.org
> just bounces back. Can some one update the wiki.

It should work (it's actually failing due to what looks like a postfix 
bug, but I'm not sure of a workaround yet), but it's redundant, as the 
latest versions send the crashdumps automatically.

btw. If you're getting crashdumps then it isn't cvslock (which doesn't 
generate them) - can you post exactly what you did and how you caused 
the problem?  I need to know your exact setup inc. any antivirus or 
firewall software installed.

You're the 3rd person to report problems with cvslock in as many days, 
on a build that's been out with no major issues for 2 months... I 
suspect there's been some kind of patch sent out that's broken something 
(maybe not the OS.. possibly Antivirus or Firewall software).  Pretty 
much the only thing that can ever fail with cvslock is running out of 
memory, and its usage isn't that high... so I'm intrigued to see what's 

> Can some one also update the wiki about "how to send
> attachments to the mailinglists/newsgroups"

The answer is you don't.  The other 2000 people who didn't want your 
attachment wouldn't be very pleased if you could, especially if they're 
on dialup.


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