[cvsnt] Force commit

radhakrishnan.s at tcs.com radhakrishnan.s at tcs.com
Tue Dec 12 09:27:59 GMT 2006

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I have 2 CVS servers(Servers are in different geographic locations). 
Developers commit to one CVS server(development  CVS server) . I want the 
files commited in one server to be available in other server also. For 
this I have a put a line in postcommit of development CVS server to call a 
perl file. Perl file copies the file to a local location and from there I 
am trying to commit to the other server by overriding CVSROOT in the 
command. Ideally I want a "override and commit" in the other CVS server. 
As I am trying to commit the file to other CVS server from development CVS 
server, I am getting "Up-to-date check failed". 
How to achieve this synchronization without the commiting problem?
Clearly my question is "how to implement override and commit" which 
eclipse and RAD are providing"?

Also please tell me if there is any other good strategy for achieving this 
Thanks & Regards,
Radhakrishnan Sethuraman
Tata Consultancy Services
Mailto: radhakrishnan.s at tcs.com
Website: http://www.tcs.com
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