[cvsnt] sspi auth issues

Gabriel Genellina gagsl-cvsnt at yahoo.com.ar
Tue Aug 29 17:16:15 BST 2006

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At Tuesday 29/8/2006 12:28, bwhicks at aep.com wrote:

> > Try tweaking your nice setting for your CruiseControl proceess(es); IIRC
> > CruiseControl really hogs your processor and puts a lot of load on the
> > server when it grabs/updates files.
>The Cruise Control server is a separate server than the cvsnt server. It
>may be that the Cruise Control script is badly written and performs more
>cvs operations than truly necessary, but using top on the linux box shows
>that there is never more than two cvs processes running under the cruise
>control user at the same time, and it is usually limited to just one

Some CC versions were using "cvs rlog" recursively on the whole 
repository to get information - that's really a lot of work on the 
server (unnecesary, btw). I don't know what happens with recent versions.

>How many concurrent users does cvsnt support? Surely it's more than a half
>dozen or so.

I don't know, but certainly a few more is typical... There are no 
permanent connections, the server spawns a process to execute the 
user command and it usually finishes rather quickly.

Gabriel Genellina
Softlab SRL 

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