[K12OSN] Weird network issue?
julius at turtle.com
Thu Aug 30 21:08:49 UTC 2007
probable cause - networks are interconnected and the switches are not set
to deal with it. Interconnect by itself is not a tragedy, unless it
happens without the net admin knowledge.
On Thu, 30 Aug 2007, [ISO-8859-1] "Terrell Prudé Jr." wrote:
> Have there been *any* changes whatsoever in the network infrastructure?
> Even small ones?
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> Microsoft Free since 2003 <http://www.gnu.org/>--the ultimate antivirus
> Daniel Kuecker wrote:
> > Hello World!
> > I am having a weird problem. I have two servers running our HS and K8
> > schools. One was running K12ltsp5 and the other k12ltsp6. everything was
> > running fine last school year. this year has started and i have noticed
> > these issues. randomly some thin clients will boot off the network, but
> > as soon as it starts the X session, all I get is a grey background with
> > an cursor. I notice that when this happens, the network traffic on the
> > thin client is blinking constantly. I will reboot the thin client and
> > sometimes it will com up normally, sometimes it may take 4 or 5 reboots.
> > then once a user logs in and then back out, alot of the time the screen
> > scrambles and the thin clients lock up. i reloaded that server with
> > edubuntu, the problem seems to have gone away. However, now i noticed
> > the k12ltsp6 server is doing the same thing. both of these servers were
> > there own seperate network with the second nic connected to the main
> > network. Does anyone have any ideas? which log files should i look at. i
> > do notice i get alot of errors "ws217.ltsp ypbind: broadcast: RPC:
> > Timed out."
> > Thanks,
> > Daniel
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