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CVS checkout to remote project folder fails [message #571957] Sat, 12 January 2008 16:38
Hemang Lavana is currently offline Hemang LavanaFriend
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Registered: July 2009
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1. I have created a remote ssh connection to host "mavis"
2. I created a new empty folder "foo" on remote host via sftp browser.
3. I used right-click option to "Create Remote project" on the new empty
folder "foo". This created a project called mavis_foo in my eclipse
workspace
4. I changed to CVS Repository Explorer view and selected a module "tas"
for checkout. The cvs server is connected via extssh. I right clicked on
"tas" module and selected "Checkout as" option which opens the project
wizard
5. I selected "Checkout into existing project" and clicked on next
6. I then selected "mavis_foo" project name and clicked on next/finish.

It tries to checkout the tas module into remote folder but fails with the
following error in popup window:

----------
Errors saving CVS synchronization information to disk. Please fix the
problems listed below and then update the affected resources from the CVS
repository.
Could not get input stream
Could not get input stream
Operation failed. File system input or output error
----------

The cvs console logs show:

***
cvs co -d "tas" -P -A "/mavis_foo/tas"
cvs server: Updating tas
U tas/VERSION
failed due to an internal error (took 0:04.203)
Error: The file store does not exist
Error: The file store does not exist
***

I am running eclipse on windows platform and remote ssh connection is to
solaris host. Version details are:

Eclipse SDK
Version: 3.3.1.1
Build id: M20071023-1652
RSE: 2.0.2.v20071030

Has anyone tried to do this or know what is the issue here?

Hemang.
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