[p4] anybody use p4v on this list?
Jeff A. Bowles
jab at pobox.com
Wed Apr 23 09:40:35 PDT 2008
I think that I would ask Tech Support this question. Something's going on,
and this forum is good for the question "is anyone else seeing this
behavior?" but lousy for "can someone fix this for me" because, well, it's a
Perforce binary that we cannot directly change.
Get to support. There are very good questions in this thread ("delete that
tickets file / directory and try again") and Support will lead you to some
other questions. Make sure that you're able to answer questions about your
local DNS server and network topology; it's possible you'll have something
like that to debug.
Call them. It'll be more fruitful.
On Tue, Apr 22, 2008 at 9:52 PM, Jon Gamble <jonbgamble at gmail.com> wrote:
> Successfully? Does it work?
> I'm trying to find out if the behavior that me and a collaborator in
> California are seeing is unique to our situation, because if it is
> not, then p4v does not work. Surely this can't be the case. Perforce
> has always been quality software in my estimation.
> The problem is that p4v client continually demands authentication over
> and over for every tiny action, regardless of the server's
> authentication counter/model (password, ticket, etc). Why does this
> only happen to us?
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