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Re: [virt-tools-list] VirtViewer and TCP Keepalives


The VMs are fine, in a running state.  If you close the spice session (kill the window) and then open it again, it works fine until it is left idle again for about 15 minutes.



On Wed, Sep 4, 2013 at 7:45 PM, Marc-André Lureau <mlureau redhat com> wrote:

----- Original Message -----
> Hi
> The bulk of our users run Windows XP (32 bit) clients accessing either Win XP
> or Win 7 guests. Myself and the other sys admin run Fedora 18 and Fedora 19
> desktops respectively. We all experience the time out problem.
> Between the client PCs (Windows and Fedora), we have a pair of firewall
> clusters of different brands. I am the primary administrator of the "inner"
> firewall cluster but have no visibility of the outer firewall cluster.
> Basically we have:
> Client PCs --- Outer FW cluster --- Inner FW cluster --- RHEV-M and RHEV-H
> (actually fat RHEL)
> I have ensured that the FW cluster I maintain does not do timeouts on idle
> connections. I can ssh into a RHEL VM, and leave the SSH session idle for
> days without a disconnect. Once I get a SPICE session to a VM, if I don't
> use it for about 15 minutes or so, it either freezes completely (the SPICE
> session, not the VM) or disconnects with "unable to connect to the graphic
> server"

Have you checked the VM are not suspended or down? (virsh list --all)


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