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Hi all, We have cvsnt 2.5.02.2099 running on redhat ES3.7. Almost all of our clients are running windows and we use the sspi protocol with winbind. One of our groups uses Cruise Control for automatic building. The userid used for this process is local to the linux box and uses sserver for connecting. When a build kicks off, the load on the linux box goes up to around 1.6 and other users' sspi authentication requests fail. Does anybody have any ideas about the cause or a possible workaround? A single user shouldn't be able to lock everyone else out like that... Thanks! Brian