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> -----Original Message----- > From: Arthur Barrett [mailto:arthur.barrett at march-hare.com] > Sent: Friday, 20 April 2007 10:09 AM > To: Christian Hack; bo.berglund.nomail at telia.com; cvsnt at cvsnt.org cvsnt downloads at march-hare.com @CVSNT on Twitter CVSNT on Facebook > Subject: RE: [cvsnt] CVS HEAD stuck?!? > > Christian, > > > Now however it's not working at all. > > I've absolutely never seen that happen. The only thing I can think of > is that a process was running during the install and what you have now > is an invalid config. > > Set the services to manual and restart the box then uninstall and > re-install. > > BTW - none of the services are bound to cvs.exe - they are > cvsservice.exe and cvslock.exe, so a running cvs.exe should have no > effect on starting the services. > You obviously know more about this than I. I'm just finding the cvsservice.exe will not start while cvs.exe is running possibly because of clients with open connections to port 2401. Probably more to the point, why is cvs.exe still running after stopping the services? After I stop both cvsservice.exe and cvslock.exe (and confirmed they have exited), I still see something is listening on port 2401. a cvs.exe is still running. I end cvs.exe and port 2401 becomes free again. OK. I saw an active connection on port 2401 from Tortoise since it just seems to sit there forever with 2260 client vs 2382 server. I got the client to close and then cvs.exe close gracefully by itself. I can accept that. I did install and restart the machine. I would have thought the installer would have been smart enough to get around the running processes. CH