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  1. I've followed the directions in creating the global repository configuration section and created the /allrepos/ignore.conf in the plastic-global-config repo. But I'm unable to get Plastic to use the rules declared in this file. I used the ignore.conf that I had been using on my local repo and I'm pretty sure the rules in there are valid. 1. I've confirmed that the ignore.conf added to plastic-global-config has been downloaded by Plastic as seen below: file ~/.plastic4/globalconfig/<org-name>@cloud/allrepos/ignore.conf ~/.plastic4/globalconfig/<org-name>@cloud/allrepos/ignore.conf: ASCII text 2. I tested adding a new ignore.conf locally on my workspace and tested that, which worked as expected. 3. I've restarted the PlasticSCM client multiple times and checked on Activity Monitor if there weren't any plasticd daemons hanging around. 4. I also checked the pending changes via the cli to make sure it wasn't an issue on PlasticX. As you can see below, the global ignore.conf isn't taking effect. ➜ <repo-name> rm ignore.conf ➜ <repo-name> cm status | wc -l 51190 ➜ <repo-name> cp ~/.plastic4/globalconfig/<org-name>@cloud/allrepos/ignore.conf . ➜ <repo-name> cm status | wc -l 7 ➜ <repo-name> The contents of my plastic-global-config repo look like this: ➜ plastic-global-config find . . ./allrepos ./allrepos/ignore.conf I'm using Plastic SCM 11.0.16.7211 on macOS Monterey 12.5 ➜ Dev cm version 11.0.16.7211 ➜ Dev sw_vers ProductName: macOS ProductVersion: 12.5 BuildVersion: 21G72 I've ran out of things to try and investigate. Any ideas?
  2. I have created a serveralias.conf that works when installed in my plastic4 user directory per https://www.plasticscm.com/documentation/administration/plastic-scm-version-control-administrator-guide.shtml#Chapter13:Supportalternativeconnectionstothesameserver However, now I am trying to create a global configuration so that all users get this by default. I created a repo, plastic-global-config, such that I have the following file plastic-global-config/allrepos/serveralias.conf *This does not work* After restarting my plastic client, it seems that the global serveralias.conf has no effect. Thanks in advance.
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