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Re: [K12OSN] 4.2 freeze-up



 Thanks Ramon.  I did decide to do a fresh install and it is working much better.  I upgraded from 4.0.1 to 4.1 then to 4.2.  Something must have been wrong from the sequence of upgrades.  thanks again. 


---- Ramon <ramonklown pop com br> wrote: 
> What are the configurations of each client? Server Configuration? Type of Lan
> (etherboot? pxe?)? Switch? how many pcs on client and server?
> 
> You might want to try to download k12os 4.2.0 instead of upgrading and install a
> fresh install. (if you home directory is not separate make it separate now and make
> other things separated)
> 
> Peace
> 
> > I am experiencing my first system freeze since I installed k12ltps.  recently, all
> > my workstations froze; the mouse worked on all of them, but nothing else.  I had to
> > power down the server by turning off the cpu; the shutoff and reboot buttons could
> > not be clicked.  I'm wondering if there is some sort of maintenance that I have not
> > been performing on my server over the last few months that would gradually slow it
> > down, such as deleting cache.  I have deleted cashe and history on web browsers.
> > Many of my clients have less than the desired amount of ram, but it seems to be
> > much slower since I upgraded to 4.2.  Any ideas? Thanks!
> >
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