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what is the difference between configuration management system and concurrent versions system?
A configuration management system is a general term commonly to describe the control and monitoring of various aspects of the software development life cycle (SDLC). This would include such things as software version control and change control.
CVS is a specific software version control tool or software configuration management (SCM) tool. It is probably the most widely used open source tool around and has been in use for many years. You can find more information on it at http://www.cvshome.org