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How many logins/sessions I can make/run in CVS

How many logins/sessions I can make/run in CVS

How many logins/sessions I can make/run in CVS

(OP)
Hi All,

How many CVS logins/session I can open/make simultaneously.

Is there any daemon/CVS environmental variable which controls this number?

Kindly advise.
thanks-

Arun Sangal
arun.sangal@galileo.com
 

RE: How many logins/sessions I can make/run in CVS

(OP)
looks like Operation System's "no. of opens file at a particular time" can restrict this ..but there is no such restriction in CVS.

arun sangal

RE: How many logins/sessions I can make/run in CVS

I'm glad you found the answer yourself but yes it's down to the hosting os and not restricted by CVS.


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