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On Fri, 6 Apr 2007 22:18:27 +1000, Arthur Barrett wrote: > Colin, > > This can occur under very specific circumstances. Basically it gets harder and harder for CVSNT to find the next free number for a branch. We've had a patch submitted that'll be a part of the next next 2.5.04 build in a few weeks time. Be sure to keep an eye on this list for the annoucement. Also it's an option that needs to be enabled in the control panel (or on linux in the /etc/cvsnt/PServer config file). > > More info is available in the bug database under bug 4855. > http://customer.march-hare.com/webtools/bugzilla/tt.htm > > However that said, this problem only occurs when there are a LOT of branches, which possibly means that you are not using CVSNT in an "optimal" way. Please describe what business purpose creating so many branches is serving and we'll also try to point you in a more efficient direction. > > Regards, > > > Arthur Barrett > Hi Arthur, Don't want to steal the OP thread, but what would you consider to be a LOT fo branches? I work for a manufactoring company and due to the software design we do an official release every two weeks to the factory floor. I'm creating a branch for each of these and then creating a tag if we need to release a bug fix on the build branch. This creates a fair number of branches and tags. Too many? Thanks, Rick