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Ross, > days - then we'll get no response from the cvs service. > Typicaly, ICMP > is still up, but RDP, console login, remote Windows Computer > Management > etc are all unresponsive. We don't get a thing in the event logs, > Anti-Virus exceptions are setup right... and I'm grasping at straws. > > v. 2.5.03 (Scorpio) Bld 2382 > > What would be the best steps to diagnose the problem? > Further to Tony's comments. Try switching cvsservice off and just run the server without cvs for a few days and isolate that. If the server runs fine without cvsservice - then re-enable it and create a NEW repository. In your existing repository rename CVSROOT to CVSROOT-save and copy the "new" repository CVSROOT to the old repository (this will basically delete all the triggers). The most common cause of server hangs with CVSNT is the scripts that users set up (eg: perl scripts). Regards, Arthur Barrett