[cvsnt] CVS waits for 30 seconds

Matt Morten mattmorten at googlemail.com
Fri Dec 12 11:23:53 GMT 2008

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Thanks for the information! Looking at the thread, it seems I have slightly
different problems in that :local: works absolutely fine:
:pserver - 30 seconds
:sspi - 30 seconds
:local - instant

My antivirus is still running but disabled, but I'm not sure how much
flexibility I will have with that because it is a corporate machine which is
connected to the internet.


On Wed, Dec 10, 2008 at 6:40 PM, Arthur Barrett <
arthur.barrett at march-hare.com> wrote:

> Matt,
> > I am having problems with CVSNT taking 30 seconds before it
> > responds to any request. I have gone through the FAQ and
> > checked that my reverse DNS is working, and disabled my
> > Antivirus, but I'm still seeing this problem.
> Read this thread all the way through to the end.  It contains
> instructions how to diagnose the problem and also the most common reason
> for the cause (DNS problems with verifying the signature on the EXE and
> DLLs):
> http://www.cvsnt.org/pipermail/cvsnt/2008-October/031355.html
> At least one other person was not able to correctly configure their DNS
> to get this to operate and we are working on a further update for people
> thus affected.
> Of course your problem could be cause by a completely different thing.
> Authentication will take a VERY long time if the server, authentication
> server and client clocks are not all accurately sync'd to a reliable
> time source.  A differece of only a second or two will cause big
> problems.
> Regards,
> Arthur

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