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Re: [K12OSN] Users randomly logged out?



 This is on 2 different servers with different hardware.  And three
different types of clients. None of the clients have gigE connections.
I haven't had a chance ot get over to the school yet to try different
accounts.

I am using Amer.com switches primarily though I have some older
Netgear switches as well.  The school had a power hit the other day
(lightning storm) but all the switches are on UPS and never went down.
 Clients were on both types of switches.  Simply connecting 2 of the
thin clients to a different server stopped the issue. Those clients
were originally on the same server which is handling 40+ other systems
without issues so it could be an issue with the dhcp database being
corrupted somehow.

I'll go in to the school this weekend and experiment with different
hardware and accounts from the various locations that these clients
are located.

Thanks for the suggestions ... it gives me something to test.

Sincerely,
Dave Hopkins


On Fri, Jun 5, 2009 at 7:15 PM, Barry R Cisna<brcisna eazylivin net> wrote:
> Hi David,
>
> The way this is worded it sounds like it is user specific? I'm guessing
> this is a particular machine(s),that this is ocurring at? We have never
> experienced this at all on EL5,which is what I think you are running?
> Curious,what type of switch are you using that these TC's are piped
> into? Are the nics in the TC's that are dodgey by chance gigE? If this
> happens for a particular user,at any TC I'd save there home folder stuff
> they have saved, dump there profile,recreate it. Have you added any
> non-default stuff that is starting at say all users login?
> Sidenote: Way back,( several k12ltsp versions ago) when we had quotas
> set up for users home folders this would occur if they were very close
> to their home folder limit. May be worth checking also.
>
> Take Care,
> Barry Cisna
>
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