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> > You should try removing the antivirus completely (or at least disable > > on-access scan) from the server and see whether the persists. > > I'll try totally disabling the AV and see if it helps, even though it will > be pretty much impossible to get that sort of configuration approved in > production... Given the recent security breaches in Networks Associates and Symantec antivirus products, I'm hardly convinced that an antivrus will do any good to a "server" which has/is behind a firewall and which the only network service is CVSNT. > > CruiseControl used to run "cvs rlog" after each commit, so it incurred > > in very bad cvs performance, but I'm not aware of other problems. > > I think newer versions do rlog after commits, but the older version our > devs are running does a "cvs log" in a checked out workspace something > like every 5-10 minutes to see if anything has changed. Yes, this is > EXTREMELY detrimental to performance. I guess 'rlog' and 'log' have basically the same performance characteristics, and if they really ever used 'log' it means they use(d) a shadow sandbox so I'm still more puzzled why "cvs update" wouldn't be good enough... Regards, Flávio