From: Wheeler, Fred (Research) <wheeler@cr...> - 2002-07-09 21:24:02
During cvs updates with `cvs -z3 update -d -P -A' I'm getting ...
cvs server: Updating mul/pdf1d/Templates
cvs server: Updating mul/pdf1d/tests
cvs server: Updating mul/pdf1d/tools
cvs server: nothing known about mul/pdf1d/tools/compare_kernel_estimates.dsp
cvs server: Updating mul/vbl
cvs server: Updating mul/vbl/io
cvs server: Updating mul/vbl/io/Templates
I only get this "nothing known" error for compare_kernel_estimates.dsp. With `cvs -z3 update -d -P
-A -D "2002-07-08 22:00:00 EST"' this error message turns into a segmentation violation (my clients
fault I guess). That's why my nightly builds are absent.
compare_kernel_estimates.dsp is not in any of my local CVS/Entries files, nor does it appear on the
web cvs browser, not even in the attic. Several other .dsp files were deleted 5 days ago.
This seems to be a problem with the CVS server. Is anyone else having this problem? Any clues as to
what is going on? Is compare_kernel_estimates.dsp present in your local tree as a file, or in a
From: Peter Vanroose <Peter.Vanroose@es...> - 2002-07-10 06:59:03
> cvs server: Updating mul/pdf1d/tools
> cvs server: nothing known about mul/pdf1d/tools/compare_kernel_estimates.dsp
I have been trying to cvs commit that file (to the dsp-files branch)
without success because of a cvs lock in that directory.
So probably the file was "half commited" or something like that, causing
the buggy behaviour. I guess an administrator will have to manually clean
up that CVS repository directory.
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