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Re: [K12OSN] users kicked out on 4.2.1

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> Julius Szelagiewicz wrote:
>> I upped the ping interval to 30 seconds, to no avail. one station
>> spontaneously lost display twice, but over the course of the week it
>> happened to all the stations. Maybe switches - relatively new HP
>> Procurve,
>> limited management capability. I am now running continous ping to the
>> station that had most problems. I wonder if I'll see any packet loss. My
>> gut feeling (and I do have a considerable gut) is that this is -not- a
>> hardware issue. I'll concentrate on watching one station and I'll get
>> all
>> the data about it from the /var/log/messages at the end of the day.
>> Maybe
>> it will point us to something. The ping now running will tell us if
>> there
>> is a real networking issue, or is gdm imagining something.
>> thanks, julius
> If this turns out to be a GDM-specific bug, you can turn this feature
> off completely by setting the ping interval to 0.
> 	PingIntervalSeconds=0
Eric, thank you, very good point. Why didn't I think of it :-)
I'll do that. As you can see from the message that crossed ways with
yours, it doesn't seem to be a network issue. julius

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