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We have finally made the move from CVSNT 2.0.51d to 2.5.03.2260 for our production server. Now, there's a problem. It seems I can no longer commit new revisions to binary files using the -kB flag. The commit hangs for a while (trace says "16:29:35: S -> Call pre-loaded 'audit_trigger.dll'") then after 30 seconds I get: cvs [commit aborted]: end of file from server (consult above messages if any) The tail of the trace (immediately following the line quoted above) is this: 16:29:35: S -> Exception caught - in minidumper 16:30:05: S -> send=1 16:30:05: S -> Dumping to D:\SourceControl\temp\cvsnt-2.5.03.2260-starwalk-4304427f6bf3576-small.d mp 16:30:05: S -> Start dump This used to work flawlessly with the old server and it also works fine when not using deltas, i.e. regular -kb . Also, the initial commit works fine with -kB as well. It's only subsequent commits that fail. I've got the following in my cvswrappers file if that's of any importance (the files in question were of the below types): *.dll -k 'B' *.bpl -k 'B' *.exe -k 'B' *.res -k 'B' *.bmp -k 'B' *_TLB.pas -k 'o' The Audit plugin is enabled and set to use a SQLite DB file. Obviously this was not the case with the old server. Tony should I send you the trace and the dump file? Cheers, -- Oliver ---- ------------------ ICQ: 18777742 (http://wwp.icq.com/18777742) MSN: ogiesen at hotmail.com Y!: ogiesen