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Looks like the server is crashing. I'm getting a blah blah pid xyx(cvsnt) coredumped in my /var/log/messages file. This from cvsnt login. Don't know how to make it more basic than that... Steve On Thu, Feb 11, 2010 at 5:22 PM, Steve Franks <bahamasfranks at gmail.com> wrote: > Upgraded cvsnt to 2.5.04 on my server, at which point it promptly > stopped working. I can't seem to google anything remotely close to > the behavior I'm seeing, and all the files in /usr/local/etc/cvsnt > look fine to me, so hopefully someone has insight... > > Thanks, > Steve > > Try pserver locally: > > [steve at aire ~/cvsnt_test]$ cvsnt -z9 -q -t -d:pserver:steve at localhost/fd login > 16:56:10: -> Tracelevel set to 1. PID is 65774 > 16:56:10: -> Session ID is 100ee4b74991aa0a9 > 16:56:10: -> Session time is Thu Feb 11 23:56:10 2010 > 16:56:10: -> main loop with CVSROOT=:pserver:steve at localhost/fd > Logging in to :pserver:steve at localhost:2401:/fd > CVS Password: > cvsnt [login aborted]: Error reading from server localhost: 0: File exists > > Try sserver remote: > > [steve at dystant /usr/home/steve/projects]$ cvsnt -z9 -q -t update -d > 16:57:55: -> Tracelevel set to 1. PID is 10889 > 16:57:55: -> Session ID is 2a894b7499838e28 > 16:57:55: -> Session time is Thu Feb 11 23:57:55 2010 > 16:57:55: -> main loop with > CVSROOT=:sserver:steve at franks-development.dyndns.biz/fd > Read data failed (5): Server dropped connection. > cvsnt [update aborted]: Error reading from server > franks-development.dyndns.biz: -1: Permission denied > [steve at dystant /usr/home/steve/projects]$ >