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Re: [K12OSN] Log off doesn end all user processes



Many thanks to all for advices.
Yes, I use pkill -U $USER for loging out LTSP client from the server.
Every time I check is the user is loged in from thin client or from the server directly and for LTSP session I use pkill, for directed session standard log out GNOME, XFCE or KDE program. It works fine with Scientific Linux 6.1 or CentOS 6.4 thin clent image. But I have several old machines which have to use old thin client image (Fedora 11 - i586). And pkill -U $USER with Fedora 11 thin client image kills all user processes but LDM on thin client couldn't refresh and I can see black screen only. When I use Ctrl+Alt+Backspace keys everything back to the norm and LDM reloads. It isn't clear solution for the users who use Fedora 11 thin client image with on old machines.

Let me add that when I log out using standard GNOME/XFCE/KDE logging out program on Fedora 11 image, LDM reloads well, but few user processes still run.

This is my real problem.

On the margin I noticed that pkill -U $USER doesn't umount breaks link with /home/$USER/.gvf. It breajs tar user home directory for simple bacakup. So, the first I umount /home/$USER/gvfs and the next is pkill.

Many thanks again for help, perhaps something else?

Radek



----- Original Message -----
From: jomegat <jomegat jomegat com>
Sent: Wed, 4/16/2014 3:20pm
To: "Support list for open source software in schools." <k12osn redhat com>
Subject: Re: [K12OSN] Log off doesn end all user processes


    On 04/16/2014 09:10 AM, Jim Kinney
      wrote:

    
    
      nice! New tool. 

      
    
    

    It is a nice tool.  Unfortunately, using it in this case treats the
    symptom rather than the disease.  But sometimes that's what you need
    to do.

    

    
      

        

        On Wed, Apr 16, 2014 at 9:06 AM,
          jomegat <jomegat jomegat com>
          wrote:

          
            On 04/16/2014 08:58 AM, Jim Kinney wrote:

              
                run this:

                

                ps aux | grep radek | awk '{print $2}' | xargs kill -9

              
              

            
            Here's an easier option:

            

            pkill -u radek

            

            Also,

            

            pkill -u radek --signal 9

                

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