[K12OSN] Weird network issue? (RESOLVED)
kueckerd at shenandoah.k12.ia.us
Thu Sep 6 15:13:53 UTC 2007
Just to let everyone know, i resolved this issue by disabling use local
>>> "Daniel Kuecker" <kueckerd at shenandoah.k12.ia.us> 08/30/07 3:58 PM
yes. i have added 24 new thing clients to one, and replaced 10 on the
other. I just thought it was weird both had the same problem when they
were at different locations.
>>> "Terrell Prudé Jr." <microman at cmosnetworks.com> 08/30/07 3:47 PM
Have there been *any* changes whatsoever in the network infrastructure?
Even small ones?
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Daniel Kuecker wrote:
> Hello World!
> I am having a weird problem. I have two servers running our HS and
> schools. One was running K12ltsp5 and the other k12ltsp6. everything
> running fine last school year. this year has started and i have
> these issues. randomly some thin clients will boot off the network,
> as soon as it starts the X session, all I get is a grey background
> an cursor. I notice that when this happens, the network traffic on
> thin client is blinking constantly. I will reboot the thin client
> sometimes it will com up normally, sometimes it may take 4 or 5
> then once a user logs in and then back out, alot of the time the
> scrambles and the thin clients lock up. i reloaded that server with
> edubuntu, the problem seems to have gone away. However, now i
> the k12ltsp6 server is doing the same thing. both of these servers
> there own seperate network with the second nic connected to the main
> network. Does anyone have any ideas? which log files should i look
> do notice i get alot of errors "ws217.ltsp ypbind: broadcast:
> Timed out."
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