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Tom, > Looks like we're using the 32-bit version of cvsnt for Solaris 9. > > /usr/local/bin/cvsnt: ELF 32-bit MSB executable SPARC Your dump clearly showed the 64 bit version: > /usr/local/bin/sparcv9/cvsnt -f --allow-root=/export/lo\ > cvslockd -p 8999 > > LockServer=localhost:8999 > Walk before you run - get it working on the default port then change it once you are sure it is working. > Yes, I do have a postcommand trigger. It reads a temporary > file created by > the previous triggers and saves info. to a database. It does this > separately from the audit feature, because we (unfortunately) > need the data > saved to a SQL Server database (from a Solaris-hosted cvsnt). Don't re-invent the wheel. You can connect the Solaris server to SQL Server using odbc and the CVSNT ODBC driver. The only way to make the audit failsafe is with a 3GL trigger like Audit uses. I've no idea how well that works but you are using the OPEN SOURCE version so you can fix it yourself and submit the fixes back so the whole community benefits. If you don't want to put any time/effort back into the community that brought you the software, then buy it online and that pays for our engineers to do it. Regards, Arthur Barrett