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Arthur, Thanks for your replies. I did look at triggers from CVSROOT. The contents of all files in our CVSROOT are just comments except for history, passwd, valtags and config (where we uncommented SystemAuth=yes). It is defintiely odd behavior. It seems as though the repository is getting into an corrupt state somehow. Our workaround for this issue (which works fairly consistently) is: 1.) Create a new sandbox from the branch/tag of interest 2.) Make a trivial change (add or delete a blank line) at the beginning of the file 3.) Commit that change... tada it works 4.) Make the actual change by copy/paste from the developers main sandbox (these changes are also very small changes... developers are not allowed to make major changes w/o permission) 5.) Commit that change... tada it works It seems as though CVSNT is bombing somehow and putting the repository file into a corrupt state. We can then view it,, tag it and view its history, we just cannot commit it. If we can get a change to commit, it works again. This happens sporadically on files throughout our repository (maybe 1 file in 50). Thanks, Chris "Arthur Barrett" <arthur.barrett at march-hare.com> wrote in message news:mailman.248.1203629614.1277.cvsnt at cvsnt.org... Chris, > We have added no triggers of our own. > > The dll's in the triggers directory of CVSNT install (audit, No I meant like CVSROOT/commitinfo > So my guess is it is dying in the "info.dll" trigger. This trigger runs the CVSROOT/???? Triggers - and the trace shows it is crashing there. Do a 'cvs checkout CVSROOT' and look at each of the triggers. There have been some odd reports of this happening but as far as I know they do not relate to your example and were all fixed well before build 2382: http://www.cvsnt.org/pipermail/cvsnt/2007-February/028257.html http://www.cvsnt.org/pipermail/cvsnt/2006-March/024454.html Regards, Arthur Barrett