> > The one thing I can't check is the anoncvs directory. Not sure if that
> > is the same as the CVS directory.
> It is the anoncvs server that's broken. The committers don't seem to be
> having any problem with accesses to the primary server. I suspect that
> there's a umask or group-membership issue on the anoncvs machine only.
Ack! Before everyone under the sun claims to have found a problem: the
user that the anon cvs pserver is running under can't create lock files
in the src dirs inline w/ the code). A few things can happen:
1) Add the cvs pserver user to the pgsql group and add write privs to
the dirs for the user (chmod -R g+w *)
2) Add a LockDir in the cvs config.
cvs co CVSROOT
echo "LockDir /tmp/cvsroot" >> config
cvs ci -m "Adding a central lock dir to the anoncvs server" config
chmod 1777 /tmp/cvsroot
chown root.wheel /tmp/cvsroot
I think that should do it... -sc
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