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Thu Nov 6 06:59:28 PST 2008
"fire jotawski" <jotawski at gmail.com> writes:
> i have my small box, 10.3.1.25 ip, that cvsup-ed files from repository into
> it. it use cvs-supfile in /usr/share/examples/cvsup/ to collect files.
> now that i want my other machine to cvsup 6.2-release source files from the
> one mentioned above.
> my trial was
> cvsupd -b /var/db -c sup
> for box, 10.3.1.25 ip, and for other machine
> cvsup -g -L 2 -h 10.3.1.25 sup-file
> what i got was 'Server message: Unknown collection "src-all" ' message.
> and later on
> Skipping collection src-all/cvs
> Skipping collection doc-all/cvs
> Shutting down connection to server
> Finished successfully
> very strange indeed.
> any helps and hints in setting cvsup server would highly be appreciated.
To run cvsupd, you need the whole cvs tree for the collections you're
handling, not just the checked-out files.
Assuming these machines are attached by a protected network, a better
approach (easier, anyway) would probably be to cvsup the changes to
just one machine, then NFS-mount that machine's ports tree from the
Lowell Gilbert, embedded/networking software engineer, Boston area
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