% cvs login (Logging in to [mylogin]@openacs.org) CVS password: cvs [login aborted]: connect to openacs.org:2401 failed: Connection refusedI typed in my password. Is the CVS server down?
Looks like something somewhere is doing a bit too much packet filtering. I've emailed firstname.lastname@example.org so when they wake up (it's middle of the night USA time now!) I'm sure one of them will sort it out.
$ cvs -n co -P acs-core
Fatal error, aborting.
anonymous: no such user
cvs checkout: authorization failed: server openacs.org rejected access to /cvsroot for user anonymous
I don't know much about cvs currently.
NOTICE: identifier "some_long_identifier" will be truncated to "a_shorter_version"
Those messages are coming from PG. Truncation of long table names occurs in PG at 31 characters. So your identifiers must be unique within those 31 chars to be... unique.
Yes. I set VERBOSE off in the DB pools. Is there another place where I need to change it? Thanks.
I plan to make a pass through the driver soon, maybe next weekend, for
some minor improvements I've had in mind, I can look at making VERBOSE =OFF only log ERROR and FATAL messages from PG.
Thanks Don. I also want to benchmark one of my client sites so I am trying to minimize the logging. I've been following the thread here:
BTW, I'm testing a DB backed page and it can get about 3 connections/sec using traffic jamme. I'm going to try Apache Bench in a bit.