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Andrew, > cvs add -- stock.aspx (in directory C:\working\) > cvs server: scheduling file `stock.aspx' for addition on branch > `RELEASE_5-01-2008' > cvs server: use 'cvs commit' to add this file permanently > > > So far so good, right? but then... > > cvs commit -m "05/01/2008 - Restoring files from backup" -- > stock.aspx (in > directory C:\working\) > cvs server: could not find parsed rcsfile stock.aspx Can you try adding it on Trunk/HEAD instead? What $CVSROOT connection string did you use to create the sandbox? > And yet the ",V" files are there if I look at the repository . . . > Would it be helpful > for you to see > the contents of one of the ",V" files? Let's not do that yet - we'd also need .directory_history (if it exists) and the CVSROOT directory. You can't send all that to the newsgroup you'd need to send it to support at march-hare.com but we're too snowed under to look at it right now anyway, and besides I think there are one or two things left for you to try. > And what, exactly, does the message "could not find parsed rcsfile" > **mean**, anyway?? Not much - it generally means that it gave up looking for that file on that branch - it could possibly mean that it couldn't find the physical ",v" file but usually not. This was a common problem with 2.5.03 because it gave up looking if the tag was not in the val-tags file - hence why I thought upgrading to 2.5.04 RC would work it out for you. Regards, Arthur