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Cryer, Phil C. (STL) - cont wrote: > cvs at esi1p83d:/usr/local/bin>./cvslockd -d > Could not open /etc/cvsnt/PServer I guess you are using linux. What version of cvsnt are you using? > Initialising socket... > Starting lock server on port 2402/tcp... > Socket bind failed: errno 126 on socket 3 (AF 26) - closing socket > Socket bind failed: errno 125 on socket 4 (AF 2) - closing socket > Couldn't bind listening socket... Address already in use > cvs at esi1p83d:/usr/local/bin> > > So I restarted at cvslockd -p 2403 -- is there any issue with not > running it on the default? Use netstat to see who has bound to the port (i.e. netstat -ap | grep 2402)... I've had the occasional instance of cvslockd crashing/locking and keeping the port bound... is that's the case, pkill is your friend. > Also, do I have to run the cvslockd server? > From the docs I thought it was needed only if we wanted a read-only > repository, huh? > but I'm going to be setting all permissions via ACL; some > will be read only - some read write...do I need cvslockd to be running? Yes. > And if so, do I need to tell cvsnt where to find cvslockd since it's on > 03 instead of 02? Yes. (But its probably better to find why 2402 is in use, rather than working around the problem.) -- David Somers typographer/programmer/whatever