[cvsnt] CVS reported error: cannot rename file (Not AV problem)

Glen Starrett glen.starrett at march-hare.com
Tue Dec 5 16:23:03 GMT 2006

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Hi Arthur,

Check your mail / newsreader config.  You have the name set to 
"news.cvsnt.org" instead of your name.

From: "news.cvsnt.org" <arthur.barrett at march-hare.com>

Glen Starrett

news.cvsnt.org wrote:
> Michael / Andy,
>>> On windows this is handled by the Windows API MoveFile() to
>>> ensure that it happens as quickly and efficiently as possible.
>> Unfortunately, in this case, "as possible" is neither very quick nor
>> very efficient.
> Yes - but it is as quick and efficient as is (reaonably) possible.
> I see from the thread in microsoft.public.win32.programmer.kernel that their 
> ultimate solution was to simply keep retrying the operation.
>> From the OP's description, there's a dreadful I/O bottleneck on this
>> system, which would tend to aggravate the problem by increasing the
> And that is what really needs to be fixed, a CVSNT server cannot afford 
> those sort of bottlenecks...
> Regards,
> Arthur

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