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> > All CVSNT configuration is done in /etc/cvsnt/PServer > > I've now set > AllowTrace=1 > AuditLogSessions=1 # All server connections/commands > AuditLogCommits=1 # Log changes due to commits > #AuditLogDiffs=0 # Store diffs in commit log > #AuditLogTags=0 # Log tagging operations > #AuditLogHistory=0 # Log cvs history OK - I forgot about /etc/cvsnt/Plugins - you'll need to enable the audit trigger. You also need to specify the database type, database name, user, password iin /etc/cvsnt/Pserver > and added a line > ServerTraceFile=/var/log/cvslog_ps . . > Furthermore I added > CVS_SERVER_LOG=/var/log/cvslog_env in /etc/environment These two are the same. > ------------------------------ > Here's my cvslog_ps: It's a but odd that there is no actual 'command'. You are running 2.5.03.2382 - compiled from source on debian right? Can you try rebuilding from the latest source on the branch CVSNT_BRANCH_2_5_03_2382? There is more debugging in that than in the standard 2382 source. Regards, Arthur