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I reported the same problem a few weeks ago, but it happened when I upgraded from 2.5.01.1976 to 2.5.03.2151. As far as I could research, the problem has something to do with my Linux installation, which is an RHEL 3. I tried to reproduce this problem under Windows but everything seems to work fine in this environment. We tested CVSNT 2.5.03.2151 on a RHEL 4 box and everything seems to work there. The short term solution for us was to stick with build 1976 until we are able to stop the server and upgrade it to RHEL 4. For further detail, read the thread "Problem wit binary files after upgrading server from 2.5.01.1976 to 2.5.03.2151". This was my initial post: http://list.nodomain.org/pipermail/cvsnt/2006-February/023700.html By the way, the auditing extension was not enabled when we found this problem. Regards, Daniel Glen Starrett wrote: > Oliver Giesen wrote: >> The Audit plugin is enabled and set to use a SQLite DB file. Obviously >> this was not the case with the old server. > > Did you try disabling the audit to see if that was triggering the > problem? From what you describe, it sounds more like an audit problem. > > Regards, >