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---- Von HECHMANN IVO 051 220 26 41 IT-BA-PZ 2008-01-18 23:51:00+0100 ---- Von HECHMANN IVO 051 220 26 41 IT-BA-PZ 2008-01-18 23:50:00+0100 Hello, thank you for your reply.... Most users use eclipse/RAD clients. cvsaudit is enabled on the server. in the cvstemp directory i see the temporary folder exp. cvs-serv6666 which indicates the process 6666 to be the cpu-burner... is there a way to find the command by pid in the audit database? the session-id seems not to match the pid.... i dont think that it is caused by a certain command or action, otherwise this would happen much more; actually this happens between zero and max. five times a week. the repos have about 20 gb, here are the actions on the cvs-server from yesterday: command count(*) -------------------- add 53 checkout 759 commit 555 diff 18 editors 690 export 926 log 2320 ls 1 rcsfile 44 remove 13 rlog 10 rtag 63 status 130 tag 327 unedit 13 update 4773 version 308 i will propagate the sspi method in future, but off course many clients will continue using pserver. maybee the spin-off is caused by something else, for example an unstable connection to the domain controler or so... can you give me a hint how to find the command in the audit database by process id? for instance i think i will install some kind of listener which checks the temp-directory and if there is some content older than an hour it alerts me by mail or sms; and if there is any content in the temp directory after backupcopy a reboot should be triggered so the service can start again... Thank you very much... Ivo From: arthur.barrett at march-hare.com To: ivo.hechmann at sbb.ch, cvsnt at cvsnt.org cvsnt downloads at march-hare.com @CVSNT on Twitter CVSNT on Facebook Date: Sat, 19 Jan 2008 08:42:42 +1100 Subject: RE: [cvsnt] cvs.exe spin off Ivo, > We use cvsnt v. 2.5.03 Build 2382 on win 2003 with pserver > integrating the > windows domain. Try and switch to SSPI - it's more secure, does not require you use 'login when your windows password changes and is more reliable within the 'windows ecosystem'. > Sometimes a cvs.exe process starts to consum > 100% cpu power > and does not stop again. I've never seen this - 2.5.03 is extremely stable. Any idea on what causes it (what command on the client)? Are you running all CVSNT 2.5.03 clients (eg: are you using any older clients or Eclipse)? Are you running auditing on the server? The only way to diagnose is to find out what the runaway processes were doing before they ran away... You'll need to enable auditing, then when the problem occurs go looking for that process in the sessionlog table, that table will also give you the client version and command. Once you have that info report back with the result plus the results of running 'cvsdiag' on the server. Regards, Arthur Barrett ---- 18.01.08 23.50 ---- Gesendet an -> arthur.barrett at march-hare... ---- 18.01.08 23.51 ---- Gesendet an -> cvsnt at cvsnt.org cvsnt downloads at march-hare.com @CVSNT on Twitter CVSNT on Facebook