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Steve, > Well, I keep all source and tools in a common tree, which is maybe > 1GB. But I rarely co the whole thing, and I seem to get errors even > when I drill way down into subfolders (where it died on previous > checkout) and go from there, which is usually only a few MB, and I > still see 200MB free on /tmp. > > If I need the entire GB free on /tmp to co any part of the subtree, I > fail to see how it ever worked. If you are just checking out fred.cpp then no you wont need the whole tree of space. Try the following: * enable "allow clients to trace server" in /etc/cvsnt/PServer on the server * check out the smallest thing you can find that produces the error with a trace: cvs -ttt co path/to/file/file.cpp And look at the last few lines of the trace and that will hopefully explain what is going wrong. Regards, Arthur