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Strange cvs commit error.

From: Butler, Frances H (FHB) <butlerfh_at_y12.doe.gov>
Date: 2004-04-15 15:06:21 CEST

Our site has been working with cvs (on RH Linux 7.3) for at least 2 years
now with some success. For a number of reasons I won't bore you with, we
are evaluating the prospect of converting to Subversion.

We have a need to convert the existing cvs repository to Subversion (using
cvs2svn.py?), run both systems for a while to ensure that we have the
history we need, then we can forget cvs (we hope).

We are also currently using viewcvs to view the entire history of the
repository and have set up our viewcvs.conf to point to both repositories;
hence, we can select the one we want to view. We were obliged to upgrade to
Python2 to make this work.

(1) The problem now is that we are getting a weird cvs commit error
(although the file(s) seem to add/commit correctly anyway.

Here's the text of the error:

Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/usr/local/viewcvs-1.0-dev/loginfo-handler", line 46, in ?
    import cvsdb
  File "/usr/local/viewcvs-1.0-dev/lib/cvsdb.py", line 34, in ?
    import dbi
  File "/usr/local/viewcvs-1.0-dev/lib/dbi.py", line 21, in ?
    import MySQLdb
ImportError: No module named MySQLdb

(2) Another question is, for a cvs repo of about 566 MB (tar compressed)
how long should we expect the conversion to take?

Any assistance with this would be greatly appreciated.

Frances H. Butler

Computing Specialist
BWXT Y-12 L.L.C.
Technical Computing/Enabling Technologies
Oak Ridge, TN 37830

Phone: (865) 574-3694
E-Mail: butlerfh@y12.doe.gov


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