> On Tue, 28 Apr 1998, David Gould wrote:
> > I am trying to use cvsup to get the latest but keep failing as follows:
> > leslie:~$ cvsup sup.pgsql
> > Connected to postgresql.org
> > Updater failed: Premature EOF from server
> > Will retry at 04:40:54
> > Here is my sup file
> > *default release=cvs
> > *default prefix=/cvs
> > *default backup compress use-rel-suffix
> > pgsql host=postgresql.org base=/cvs/pgsql delete
> > Any thoughts?
> Hrmmm...you have no 'tag=.' line, for starters...that's the only thing
> that jumps out at me though...
That is what I meant to do. I want the CVS files.
> Just tested the server from here, and all appears to be well with the
> server...just removed the 'tag=.' line that I have in mine, and that's
> right too...just pulls down the CVS/RCS files directly ...
So the missing tag=. line is not the problem?
> Anyone else havign similar problems?
I have tried this several times on two different evenings. Is there a time
window? Or is there a maximum connection count?
Any thoughts on how to debug this thing?
David Gould dg(at)illustra(dot)com 510.628.3783 or 510.305.9468
Informix Software (No, really) 300 Lakeside Drive Oakland, CA 94612
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