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Re: [K12OSN] Purge users processes at logout

Citerar Trond Mæhlum <trond mahlum biz>:


The problem is that this script only purges processes at logout. I suspect the
processes you have trouble with are orphaned processes right?
PURGE_PROCESSES=YES calls /usr/sbin/purge_user from

The real culprit seems to be Gdm that doesnt kill the users processes if they
are left orpaned by a locked up client, a user that just [ctrl][alt][backspace]
or any other event that just leaves the processes left hanging. Maybe KDM would
be a better login manager until GDM gets fixed.

I would love to hear a good solution on this problem myself.


> If have understood things correctly, there is a option in K12LTSP4.2
> which is called  PURGE_PROCESSES=YES in /etc/sysconfig/k12ltsp.
> It doesn't seem to work. Every day firefox-bin is running at 90-99% for
> users long time gone... I solve this now by rebooting the LTSP servers
> every night. Are there more options to be set for this to work?
> Regards
> Trond Mæhlum
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