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Hi, in our installation if a client interrupts a large update operation via Ctrl-C, the client display following message: cvs [update aborted]: received interrupt signal but the server-side process runs on until it checks all the files, eating up server resources, although there is no client process to listen to the results. The problem is an update that is (by accident started) on the root of a module of 2 GB with >11.000 files in >700 directories, which runs about 20 mins and nearly blocks the server for other users. It would also be nice to have an option to start the server-side child processes with lower priority, as our server is not exclusive for CVS (also serves an IIS with intranet and bugzilla). Our Configuration: CVSNT 2.5.03.2260 (Server and Client) running as service on server SSPI Protocol Server: Windows Server 2003 with SP1 and all current updates Client: Windows XP Pro Not testet with older versions. TIA for help Norbert Kintzler easy-soft GmbH Dresden, Germany