[cvsnt] CVSNT error "Connection reset by peer"
ABector at quark.com
Fri Dec 29 07:07:38 GMT 2006
Thanks for the response. Please find answers inline..
From: cvsnt-bounces at cvsnt.org [mailto:cvsnt-bounces at cvsnt.org] On Behalf
Of David Somers
Sent: Thursday, December 28, 2006 9:03 PM
To: cvsnt at cvsnt.org
Subject: Re: [cvsnt] CVSNT error "Connection reset by peer"
Amaninder Bector wrote:
> We are encountering an issue in using CVSNT 2.50 scorpio (we have
> migrated from CVS)
What version? 2.50 is not specific enough; give the FULL version number
on both the client and server side. (hint: #cvs ver).
[AB]We are on (2.5.03.2382)version
Use latest stable (2.5.03.2382) or better yet latest testing
> While traversing through the logs,
> we are repeatedly encountering the
> following string:
> "cvs [login aborted]: recv() from server cvsserver: Connection reset
> by peer"
Got any anti-virus software running? What about firewalls?
[AB] Not using any antivirus\Firewall.
What command are you issuing? is not using -D, what is does your CVSROOT
environment var look like?
Try cvs -ttt <blah blah> so you get some diagnostics.
[AB] We are on SUSE Linux 10
> We are also noticing a freeze on the Server (New clients cannot
> connect) and the server shows excessive load (Uptime output reveals
> loads of
Since you are using uptime I guess this means your server is not windows
based and you are on some flavour of linux (or Suse, OS X, etc.?)
[AB]We are using SUSE Linux 10
> Rebooting resolves this though.
Or you could just restart xinetd and pkill any cvsnt processes, rather
than flipping the big red switch (which is a pretty drastic thing to do
[AB]I agree, however upon restaring the xinetd but that does not help.
This is still 'The Last' option that we resort to.
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