[K12OSN] was: 4 Gig mem limit

Brandon Kovach bkovach at logrog.net
Thu Jan 3 22:14:46 UTC 2008

Pardon me for being dumb, but what is the k12ltsp EL?  More to the point,
what is different between it and k12ltsp?  Is it still fedora based?  I
think I read a post that said CentOS, but I can't find it now.  We've used
the k12 project stuff for 4 years now and have had no trouble, but this
year hasn't been the case.  I've had quite some trouble with it.  I was
looking at maybe switching to something else ... Edubuntu or maybe doing a
debian build myself.


Brandon Kovach
Logan-Rogersville R-8 Schools
Technology Director

> I'm authenticating from an OSX server running Open Directory (LDAP).
> I don't seem to be having any delays looking up info though...
> I might have my 2 servers running different window managers tomorrow,
> to see if it makes any difference.  (ie, revert back to icewm perhaps
> -- it worked, I just wanted to avoid nautilius)
> Or, maybe I'll install EL, but that's quite an endeavor for overnight...
> Thanks for scratching your heads with me,
> -Shawn
> On Jan 3, 2008, at 2:42 PM, David Hopkins wrote:
>> One other thought is "what are you using for authentication?"  NCS
>> uses the LDAP/SMB setup and if LDAP or SMB has issues (normally
>> related to nscd having issues) then the systems get sluggish.
>> restarting ldap/smb/nscd resolves it though until nscd flakes again.
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