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Sumanjit Kaur Brar wrote: > Hi, > > We are facing this problem quite often : > cvs [update aborted]: recv() from server 10.91.200.2: Connection reset by > peer So you refer to your servers by dotted-IP addresses rather than by hostname... sigh. > Is there any config file or some other setting in CVSNT from where we can > control the number of concurrent users. Since cvsnt works via xinetd, you can do something like that if you modify the various configuration files related to xinetd. (But see my next paragraph for why this won't really restrict things). > It has been observed that whenever > this problem comes it is always with the increase in number of cvs users. The number of users doesn't really equate to how how many instances of cvsnt are running on the server, since an instance is only ran when a connection is made from a client, and those connections are not persistent (i.e. they are only made when the client does something which needs interaction with the server). I'd say the problem is something else, since the connection is being reset rather than just not happening... when things go wrong, run the cvs commands using trace (i.e. cvs -ttt .....) and see what the diagnostic messages say. -- David Somers - typographer/programmer/whatever Random (and sometimes useful) stuff blogged at http://www.omz13.com