[cvsnt] Auditing error for commit of added files on branch (cvsnt

Bo Berglund bo.berglund at telia.com
Sun Mar 12 07:54:09 GMT 2006

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Adding to the confusion reported about loginfo not being called for, I have now also checked the auditing:

1- I added a file to a folder on a branch
2- I committed the file
Seemingly these operations succeeded and the file is in the repo.
But no call to CVSMailer from loginfo was done.

In the Auditing database I can find this:
1. The add command is recorded in Sessionlog
2. The commit command is recorded in Sessionlog and Historylog but
*not* in commitlog

So the commit of the added file is *partially* recorded in the
database (sessionlog + historylog), but since the commitlog entry is
missing it is impossible to trace the file location. The internal path
(=module) to the file is only recorded in commitlog, which is missing.

It does not make a difference if I explicitly commit the file or if I
enter the commit command in the folder without file specifier.

(Bo Berglund, developer in Sweden)

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