[cvsnt] cannot rename file CVS/Entries.Backup to CVS/Entries: File

Bo Berglund bo.berglund at telia.com
Tue Jun 6 09:46:48 BST 2006

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On Tue, 06 Jun 2006 16:33:58 +0800, "Adrian Wagner"
<Adrian.Wagner at cbs.curtin.edu.au> wrote:

>Hello David;
>It's some time ago, but you posted an entry on the CVSNT mailing list
>with the above mentioned problem. I have a very similar problem and have
>been research this for a while now, without any viable solution. 
>Did you ever find a solutin for your problem? And if so, what did you
>do? It's driving me insane! Have been reading so many posts and manuals
>and documents and still, I haven't found a solution.

Who is David? You have sent this to the public CVSNT mail list and
therefore it makes no sense referring to a conversation with "David"
that most of us have no knowledge of....

AntiVirus software?
Is it happening on the client or server?
On the server run cvsdiag and look at its report.

Please supply at least a minimum of information when asking on the
- server and client operating systems
- server and client CVSNT versions including build numbers
- Connection string used (aka CVSROOT)
- actual command executed
- Exact error messages shown
- Output of cvsdiag

Most of the above can be done as copies of a command window cvs
session so that correct data are supplied.


(Bo Berglund, developer in Sweden)

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