csm at redhat.com
Tue Jan 28 16:16:30 CET 2003
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On Tue, 28 Jan 2003, Moritz Heiber posted the following:
MH>> Sourceforge cvs is really, really, really a piece of shite!@#$%^&*
MH>> Can't we please, please, please move it to where there are not 35,000
MH>> other projects trying to use cvs at the same time?
MH>> I'm begging here!
MH>I never had problems with SF.net CVS (except the one problem about 2 weeks
MH>ago which has even been preannounced by SF.net) and therefore don't see the
MH>point of moving it.
MH>Could you specify which problems do you mean?
sf cvs sends an end of file when it's busy (which it always is) on
anonymous co and up's. It happens all the time to me when I am simply
trying to do an anonymous co or up to build on a new machine. This means
nestu's script has to be run repeatedly to automate the process (which
is the goal of the script). The developer co is not as problematic (I
use both depending on where I am) as it seems to work most of the time.
It isn't that it doesn't work (it does) it's that we are sharing
resources with a bazillion other people and the resulting congestion
causes these problems. Since we have the capability to get around this
issue (I *DO* have the resources to provide cvs) I do not see why we
don't use it.
Chuck Mead <csm at redhat.com>
RHCE, RHCI, RHCX
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