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Re: logout times



On Tue, 2007-03-27 at 00:49 -0600, Michal Jaegermann wrote:
> After recent updates a logout session times from gnome-session,
> which for a while had an unfortunate tendency to grow, reached
> ridiculous values.  I was even convinced that "Logout" does not
> work anymore but found that I was mistaken.  You only have to wait
> around two minutes before it will happen (checked with a wall-clock
> time).
> 
> It is even funnier when this happens if you do "Logout" and let this
> "60 second alert" to timeout. You have a countdown, it gets to zero,
> alert vanishes, and nothing happens for a long while.  Everything
> actually seems to operational.  And suddenly there is a surprise
> event and logout is really done.
> 
> This is way past "laughing test" and a behaviour is  consistent
> across various accounts on my test machine.  Is this just me or
> this is more widespread?  Anybody has an idea what is going on
> and where to look for reasons?

I have experienced this too and posted to the list. One other person
responded that he saw the issue too. Search for a posting with "slow
logout" in the subject. There is a bug at bugzilla.redhat.com:
https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=229914

Regards,
Patrick


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