[cvsnt] Strange behaviour of cvs status on a VMWare server...

Brian Post bpost at 80-20.com
Wed Nov 1 20:24:05 GMT 2006

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I also want to point out that I don't use anywhere near all the features of 
CVSNT & CVSMail which Bo uses.

I.E I don't run any scripts.

"Brian Post" <bpost at 80-20.com> wrote in message 
news:eiavm3$dce$1 at paris.nodomain.org...
> My point which I don't think you got, was I had no network problems 
> running CVSNT on XP PRO SP2 with either VirtualPC or VMWARE. I was also 
> pointing out that it may have been the transfer from real machine to VPC. 
> We always build VMWare or VPC images using the CD.
> The reason we changed from VMWare to VPC was a company decision not mine. 
> VMWare runs images faster than VPC on the same hardware IMHO.
> We also run 2003 server in Virtual PC, we also have 2003 VPC images 
> running on a 2003 VPC server. I have never used CVSNT on 2003, only 
> because the hardware I was running it on wasn't good enough (I.E Pentium 
> III - 800 Mhz)
> Bo, It would be interresting to know if you put just CVSNT in a fresh 
> installed 2003 server if it fixes your problems.
> "Rob Kenyon" <rob at digsoldev.com> wrote in message 
> news:mailman.91.1162303878.16616.cvsnt at cvsnt.org...
>> Don't even breath VPC and VMWare in the smae sentence.  Nght and day 
>> differences.
>> Could your guys have misconfigured things?  You're debuggng their work 
>> not exactly the fairest thing (for them) to do to you.  VMWare s not 
>> likely the cause of the problem and VPC will most DEFNTELY give you more.

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