Oops..forgot to give the list a copy, for completeness.
Thanks for your response! Yes, I saw your workaround and am still
considering it.. But I feel like you do, the slower performance
wouldn't sit good with the terminals we have here. The slowest ones we
have are a couple I picked up from the dump - 200MMX and 64MiB RAM. I
felt like testing the bottom limit for reasonably useable terminals
and I'd say that's pretty close.
I stumbled across some Free- or OpenBSD thread mentioning the "que,
disconnect.." as a bug in the nbd-package. Don't have the page right
now but I think there's hope that the nbd bug will be fixed.. maybe
even before easter
2008/12/9 Tom Wolfe <email@example.com>:
> Hi Carl, check out the post I just made and you'll find a workaround... but
> I would consider this to be a major problem and this workaround is no real
> Tom Wolfe
> Tom Wolfe, Technology Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org
> Stoney Educational Authority tel: (403) 881-2755
> Box 238, Morley AB, T0L 1N0 fax: (403) 881-2793
> Morley Community School | Chief Jacob Bearspaw School | Ta-otha School
> On Tue, 9 Dec 2008, Olle Englund wrote:
>> I saw someone else on the list had this problem as well..
>> We have seven termnals here in our small school and two of them got
>> the hickups after I upgraded (clean install) to Intrepid Ibex this
>> Looking at console windows, I see:
>> Setting up LTSP client
>> Disconnecting: que, disconnect, sock, done
>> nbd0: Receive control failed (result -32)
>> Also saw the Ioctl errors buy I have that on working termnals as well
>> so I don't think it's related.
>> I haven't checked yet, but theese two terminals might have ISA
>> NICs..would that be a problem? Worked nicely with Hardy..
>> / Carl
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