[cvsnt] "cannot open directory . for empty check"

Arthur Barrett arthur.barrett at march-hare.com
Tue May 1 01:24:42 BST 2007

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> subdirectory. cvs -t (trace) does not show any information regarding
> the message - it only shows
> cvs server: Updating <folder>
> (time) -> unlink_file (CVS/Tags)
> for every single subfolder.

In the CVSNT Server Control Panel (on the server) on the "advanced" tab there is an option "allow clients to trace server" - enable this, then run:
cvs -ttt co -P module

Send just the portion of the trace "near" the error (maybe 20 lines or so).

> AV files detected:
> Installed Winsock protocols:
> 1063: NOD32 protected [MSAFD Tcpip [TCP/IP]]
> 1064: NOD32 protected [MSAFD Tcpip [UDP/IP]]
> 1066: NOD32 protected [RSVP UDP Service Provider]
> 1067: NOD32 protected [RSVP TCP Service Provider]
> 1001: MSAFD Tcpip [TCP/IP]
> 1002: MSAFD Tcpip [UDP/IP]
> 1004: RSVP UDP Service Provider
> 1005: RSVP TCP Service Provider

Please read this:

Try disabling Nod32 altogether (switch the services off and reboot) and re-run the test with a trace - if it still occurs then e-mail through the trace as described above.



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