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Cannot Rename File Cvs Permission Denied
We are all using the WinCVS client, using the ntserver protocol. With the current version of CVS, which does not run co, if this message occurs without another error message, it is definitely a CVS bug (see section Dealing with bugs in I have set up a scheduled task that runs once each night at 4 AM and kills all cvs.exe that live then. If the problem does occur on other unices, `Operation not permitted' would be likely to read `Not owner' or whatever the system in question uses for the unix EPERM error. have a peek at these guys
Mercurial does not access/read CVS metadata only occasionally calls java.io.File.exists/canRead/listFiles - i doubt these calls can block the external CVS client. cvs [init aborted]: cannot open CVS/Root: No such file or directory This message is harmless. Check that the arguments passed in `loginfo' match what your version of `log.pl' expects. If you get this message when you didn't mean to run the client at all, you probably forgot to specify :local:, as described in section The Repository.
If desired, look at the other party's modification to decide whether you still want to remove it. So before proceeding with your cvs commit you need to cvs update. CVS will merge the changes that you made and the changes that the other person made.
Comment 12 Ondrej Vrabec 2011-05-30 09:06:30 UTC *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 198455 *** Format For Printing -XML -Clone This Bug -Top of page First Do you know if Windows provides any way to > find out who the culprit is? If the client is non-Windows, CVS 1.9 should be fine. See section Direct connection with password authentication. file:line: Assertion 'text' failed The exact format of this message may vary depending on your system.
Partial list of error messages Here is a partial list of error messages that you may see from CVS. I fixed that once and still had the problem, then I tried reinstalling Cygwin and haven't fixed it again.) Cygwin version: 1.5.17-1, I think. Comment 5 Ondrej Vrabec 2011-05-26 07:02:39 UTC > ran a CVS update (via WinCVS) Does it happen when you run CVS->Update inside NetBeans (not externally)? http://ttanalysis.blogspot.com/2010/12/how-to-fix-cvs-permission-denied.html cvs [server aborted]: received broken pipe signal This message seems to be caused by a hard-to-track-down bug in CVS or the systems it runs on (we don't know--we haven't tracked it
The simplest solution is to upgrade to a current version of CVS, which does not rely on external rcsmerge or diff3 programs. Another good debugging tool is the `-d' (debugging) option to inetd. For example: 2401 stream tcp nowait root /bin/echo echo hello After making that change and instructing inetd to re-read its configuration file, "telnet servername 2401" should show you the text hello Comment 8 netacq_server 2011-05-26 15:05:39 UTC (In reply to comment #5) > > ran a CVS update (via WinCVS) > Does it happen when you run CVS->Update inside NetBeans (not externally)?
cvs command: conflict: removed file was modified by second party This message indicates that you removed a file, and someone else modified it. http://cvsnt.cvsnt.narkive.com/yjgnl5MA/cvs-server-aborted-cannot-rename-file-permission-denied cvs update: could not patch file; will refetch This means that for whatever reason the client was unable to apply a patch that the server sent. No, we do not use mercurial. In the latter case, you can either have inetd run a shell script that unsets HOME and then runs CVS, or you can use env to run CVS with a pristine
My guess is that it has to do with the assumptions that cvs makes about the semantics of copy, rename, etc. More about the author The amount of progress cvs makes before encountering the problem varies. This message should not occur with current versions of CVS, but it is documented here for the benefit of CVS 1.9 and older. You might need cygwin for the standard version to work. © Gogul Balakrishnan 2001 - (Updated on: Wed Dec 27, 2006 06:39:58 PM EST)
Thank you for your help.H.-----Original Message-----From: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]]Sent: 18 November 2004 12:17To: [email protected]: [pst370] "Cannot rename file" Permission denied error whenchecking-inhttp://www.pushok.com/tickets_addmodify.php?id=370Do you have any success? If you see the message, you probably can just retry the operation which failed, or if you have discovered information concerning its cause, please let us know as described in section Follow the directions given for :ext:. :pserver: One good debugging tool is to "telnet servername 2401". http://fortecrm.net/cannot-rename/cannot-rename-a-file-access-denied.html If it does not detect any conflicts it will report `M cacErrCodes.h' and you are ready to cvs commit.
CVS expects the home directory to not end in a slash, for example `C:' or `C:\cvs'. We recommend to usethe version that we test (see http://www.pushok.com/soft_cvs_nt.php):http://www.pushok.com/files/soft/cvsnt-2.0.38.exehttp://www.pushok.com/files/soft/cvsnt-2.0.51a.exe -->Hrair Mekhsian (user) at11 Nov 04 11:00writes 2.0.26H.-----Original Message-----From: Pushok Software [mailto:[email protected]]Sent: 11 November 2004 13:33To: Hrair MekhsianSubject: Re: [pst370] "Cannot Cygwin SSHD + Cron How to put code into blog?
These tools are free.
CVS will, bogusly, create an illegal RCS file with no value for the author field. Of course, if you find a case in which CVS seems to corrupting the file, by all means report it, (see section Dealing with bugs in CVS or this manual). If you are running the CVS command line client running on Windows, first upgrade the client to CVS 1.9.12 or later. I hear that there is an AIX patch available to address this problem.
See section Several developers simultaneously attempting to run CVS, for more details. For more details on this process see section Conflicts example. files will be locked and fail to get moved during checkouts, updates, etc. news The problem is, a file added by another developer CANNOT be modified/committed by me.
Could you check if there isn't by chance one on your disk? If there is a particular error message which you are seeing, then you can look up the message alphabetically. It was fixed by Andy Piper's 14 Nov 1997 change to src/filesubr.c, if anyone is curious. ci: file,v: bad diff output line: Binary files - and /tmp/T2a22651 differ CVS 1.9 and older will print this message when trying to check in a binary file if RCS is
If it does than it is not caused by mercurial support. CVS version: 1.11.17. Right Click on /opt/cvs folder --> Properties --> Security --> Remove everyone user --> Add Administrator, AlHsu and hsual users --> Check "Allow inheritable permissions from parent to propagate to this The mercurial NetBeans plugin was populated with whatever defaults occur after installing NetBeans.
For example, if `inetd.conf' points to a nonexistent cvs executable. No more problems. How to Enable Chinese Support In Windows XP How to Enable Chinese Support In Windows 2000 How to handle large binary file formats under CVS?... This is the mail archive of the cygwin mailing list for the Cygwin project.
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