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Re: viewcvs causing lockups

From: C. Michael Pilato <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-02-27 18:50:51 CET

Ben Collins <bcollins@debian.org> writes:

> > > And that comes from the inaccessibility of BDB by SVN from
> > > ViewCVS? It's like chasing the wind.
> Aha! I think I found this bug. In viewcvs, I had enscript enabled,
> but didn't have the enscript binary installed. I tracked this down
> by doing a wget -m, and reading the file just before the one that
> stalled. It had a backtrace because of the enscript failure, and I
> guess viewcvs didn't cleanup well afterwards.

By golly, you're right. I don't have enscript installed, but I have
"use_enscript = 1" and I just set "enscript_path = /usr/bin". The
result is that if I hit the markup view in ViewCVS for Subversion
stuffs, the pages never serve up, and I have a ton of ViewCVS process
all running. The result is a wedged repos.

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