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Andy, > I have just had a chance to look at CVSNT 2.5.04.3125 and > found it to be > very slow (~28 seconds for 'cvs ls') compared to ~1 second > 2.5.03.2382. . . . > > set CVSROOT=:sspi:falcon:/KeywprdTesting > > cvs -ttt ls (Started at 07:22:15) . . . > > 07:22:30: -> Tracelevel set to 3. PID is 2292 That is 15 seconds to start - looks like anti-virus to me. Often disabling anti-virus still causes it to run - preferably uninstall it. > 07:22:30: -> client start - client_protocol->connect > 07:22:43: -> client start - Loop, getting responses from the server. That is very wrong - that connect should be instant with don't resolve client names enabled. I suppose it could be antivirus interfering with the load of sspi.dll, or a major network fault. > The following is being used at the Command Prompt on the server with > similar results (only 13 seconds). > > set CVSROOT=:local:D:/CVSNTRepos/KeywordTesting > > cvs -ttt ls (Started at 08:11:00) > > 08:11:12: -> Tracelevel set to 3. PID is 1484 12 of those 13 seconds are waiting for it to load - very very very wrong - CVSNT isn't even executing - look at the device or anti-virus software. Regards, Arthur Barrett