Community technical support mailing list was retired 2010 and replaced with a professional technical support team. For assistance please contact: Pre-sales Technical support via email to email@example.com.
Hello, I seem to be having trouble connecting to my CVSNT server (running on the same machine). I originally had this trouble with version cvsnt-2.5.02.2088 and am still having it with cvsnt-2.5.03.2151. When I run the latter installation on another machine I am able to telnet to 127.0.0.1 2401 and upon typing something in, get the standard response... cvs [server aborted]: bad auth protocol start: dsdsd ...however when I try and telnet to port 2401 on the local machine, as soon as I type something the session ends without any response. When I try writing a Java client to open a socket to 2401 (again all running on the local machine), I get the following... java.net.SocketException: Connection reset ...again no response is provided by the server. When running the server in debug mode (using cvsservice -test), I get the following output on the server side... CVSNT initialised successfully 046b7f64: Cvsnt process started 046b7fb2: Cvsnt process terminated To make sure port 2401 was available to connections (i.e. no firewall problems), I wrote a Java server listening on 2401 and tried to connect to it. This worked fine. I am not trying to access a CVS repository on a networked drive (although it is shared). If someone any ideas as to the following, I would love to hear from them... 1. Any insight as to what is going on (or if not help with one of the questions below)... 2. Where CVSNT stores its configuration settings (I have looked in the registry, the CVSNT install directory and the CVS repository directories and can find nothing). 3. Can the cvsservice be run to provide more logging into than simply 'process started' and 'process terminated' messages. Where can one set the logging level. Thanks, Matthew