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From Rajiv Mordani <Rajiv.Mord...@eng.sun.com>
Subject Re: CVS problem: Cannot do a checkout. 'Update' works.
Date Tue, 14 Dec 1999 20:40:11 GMT
In your secureCRT settings for the port mapping specify remote host as
"localhost" and not "xml.apache.org". That should fix it most probably.

- Rajiv

On Tue, 14 Dec 1999, Rahul Jain wrote:

> I use WinCVS 1.1b7 and SecureCRT 2.4.0.1
> 
> For some weird reason, I am unable to do a fresh checkout of modules.
> I get the error:
> 
> 	cvs checkout xml-xerces/c (in directory E:\Temp)
> 	cvs [checkout aborted]: connect to xml.apache.org:2401 failed: Connection timed out
> 
> 	*****CVS exited normally with code 1*****
> 
> 
> However, if I do an update, it works fine.
> Here's a sample of the output showing update did work.
> 
> 	cvs update (in directory E:\xml4c3\xml-xerces\c\samples\)
> 	cvs server: Updating .
> 	cvs server: Updating DOMCount
> 	cvs server: Updating DOMPrint
> 	cvs server: Updating EnumVal
> 	cvs server: Updating MemParse
> 	cvs server: Updating PParse
> 	cvs server: Updating Projects
> 	cvs server: Updating Projects/Win32
> 	cvs server: Updating Projects/Win32/VC6
> 	cvs server: Updating Projects/Win32/VC6/DOMCount
> 	cvs server: Updating Projects/Win32/VC6/DOMPrint
> 	cvs server: Updating Projects/Win32/VC6/EnumVal
> 	cvs server: Updating Projects/Win32/VC6/MemParse
> 	cvs server: Updating Projects/Win32/VC6/PParse
> 	cvs server: Updating Projects/Win32/VC6/Redirect
> 	cvs server: Updating Projects/Win32/VC6/SAXCount
> 	cvs server: Updating Projects/Win32/VC6/SAXPrint
> 	cvs server: Updating Projects/Win32/VC6/StdInParse
> 	cvs server: Updating Redirect
> 	cvs server: Updating SAXCount
> 	cvs server: Updating SAXPrint
> 	cvs server: Updating StdInParse
> 	cvs server: Updating data
> 
> 	*****CVS exited normally with code 0*****
> 
> 
> Has anyone else noticed this bizarre behaviour.
> 
> Also, response on locus has considerably degraded. WinCVS is still fast (when it
> works), but working in a telnet window is pretty slow. Almost comparable to 'taz'.
> 
> 
> rahul
> 


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