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Mark Johnson wrote: > Does anyone have experience with using the FishEye repository browser with > CVSNT? The FishEye website says that it supports cvsnt. It also says that > it only needs read access to the repository. Since we're running cvsnt on > Linux, we can either install fisheye directly on the server, or create a > samba share of each repository that is read-only by FishEye, allowing us to > install it on another machine for performance reasons. Does this cause any > problems with the lockserver? I suppose that it does not use the > lockserver > either way, since it's not using a cvs protocol, but viewing the repository > directly...I think. > If it's only reading it will probably work, but without the lockserver it can get caught out by activity happening on the server (especially commits, which change the file it might be reading at the time). I wouldn't recommend using network shares - you lose performance overall because you're transferring RCS files over the network (possibly multiple times). Tony