[Thinlinc-technical] What is the correct way to retire or reboot a terminal server?

Carsten Rose carsten.rose at math.uzh.ch
Fri Sep 27 13:15:47 CEST 2013

Dear Pierre

 >>   > removing host from '/vsmserver/terminalservers (in 
vsmserver.hconf)' ...
>>   > Remaining sessions will still be usable though as long as they
>>   > remain in the session database.
>> But this time is quite short, correct?
> It can be forever. The session is removed then the agent stops
> responding, or when it reports back that the session has died. So it
> behaves pretty much like an agent that is still in the terminalservers
> list.
> I forgot to mention that you need to restart the vsmserver service for
> it to pick up configuration changes though.

This sounds like the solution:
- in vsmserver.hconf remove the host from /vsmserver/terminalservers
- restart vsmserver service.

Any drawbacks?



Carsten Rose
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