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does the current ltsp work with slackware ?
rauz, it would have to be created for slackware
it's distro specific
each distro has to build a build-client plugin which builds the chroot and write init scripts to boot the client environment
quite a few people have came in here to ask about a slackware build, but nobody wants to write one
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rauz: What is it gonna be this time? :D
Just teasing. Is there really a reason not to use Ubuntu or Debian?
i have no problem to use debian i'm not realy familiar with debian so i thought i ask for slackware
I would set up my first LTSP on Ubuntu. After that I would think over.
ok i will try it with ubuntu thx for helping me
rauz: You're welcome. Stay on the channel! :)
thanks, i will
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abeehc-: What distro/version are you on?
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Can you attach files to emails directed to ltsp-discuss ?
Blinny: i think so, though there may be some size limits or something
Blinny: in general, better to post a URL
just clicked send
I just pasted into the email. That's probably a nono. I have no netiquette.
vagrantc: Perhaps you can answer - to what package should I file that nbd bug?
tcpd, inetd, ltsp?
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Blinny: if it's just plain text, probably fine.
Blinny: which nbd bug?
I've been detailed in ltsp-discuss the last few days. nbd-server processes aren't being killed after client shutdown.
I see it on Hardy, but another user reported similar results on Lucid.
abeehc- (in this channel) reported 600+ nbd-server processes yesterday on his 30-client server.
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seems like something borked the keepalive stuff
i wonder if there's some other service you could test keepalive with, to test if it's just nbd that's having the problem
Yeah. I have tons of RAM, but on Hardy nbd_swap fills up my 8GB /tmp pretty quickly and I'm considering cron'ing server reboots.
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The thing is, I can't figure out what update was the first domino.
Blinny: have you tried an older kernel?
i.e. a security update might have caused the issue
I don't think so: http://pastebin.com/S0eB3ZD6
I have tried the -27 kernel. Not yet -26 or earlier
Blinny: another thing worth exploring is switching to NFS until it can get sorted out...
though you'd still have the nbdswap problems...
Right. And those are the only show-stoppers for me.
(Speaking selfishly of course ;)
the nbdroot isn't causing so much trouble?
Like I said, I have tons of RAM.
I was fortunate to over-engineer in planning for future growth.
i wonder if you'd need to try an older kernel on both the server and the clients, too ...
Hmm. I am fully up to date on the client side too.
Did you read that thread in ltsp-discuss?
since it affects both lucid and hardy, you could probably figure out which packages between the two dists have recently recieved the same/similar updates
Looks to me like the server isn't sending the keepalive requests
Blinny: i've read over it... but haven't had too many ideas to contribute that weren't already said
I take that as a compliment!
I must be doing the gruntwork correctly then.
Blinny: sounds fairly good.
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i don't know why, but my hunch is trying older kernel versions
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Yeah, that was my first hunch too. I guess I should have followed it further than one version regression.
i think it's the one thing i know gets updated semi-regularly
Blinny: you can check /var/log/dpkg.log* to determine when a given package was updated
you can try to compare it to when the problem started happening
Yeh. I went to 2.6.24-28.71 on July 9th. That's when things hit the fan, so that's why I tried downgrading to -27
Interesting idea that I should downgrade both client and server kernels
I'm now kicking them both back to -26 on one of my servers.
OK. Tonight we'll be back to -26
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So I'm back home to Fedora on the server since I couldn't get the others to work. but I was trying to install firefox to the /opt/ltsp/i386 and it appears yum is broken.. http://pastebin.com/t4ZSXysk
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