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Re:TSVNCache lockup.

From: Kari Grano <kari.grano_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-11-15 22:14:42 CET

> Stefan Küng wrote:
> > Do you know why the CreateNamedPipe() failed? The error code might help
> > here...

> Sorry, it was just returning INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE, and after I
> the code to actually call DebugOutputLastError(), it no longer occurred

The good news is that the problem reappeared today, and I managed to grab
the error code. As I suspected, it is ERROR_ACCESS_DENIED. However, I have
no solution on why this happens. Some details on my setup: When the problem
appeared, there were three sessions open in my workstation, all running
their own copy of TSVNCache.exe. All (including mine) ran accounts with
limited user rights. Killing the TSVNCache instances did not make the
problem go away. However, opening an administrator session *did* make the
problem go away.

The funny part is that I my restricted rights account normally works just
fine with TSVNCache.exe.

This is a Windows XP SP2 box, if it matters.


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