Mathias Ewald | 23 Oct 16:30 2013
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more and more sessions

Hi, I am connecting to a Ubuntu Desktop over x2gobroker with the 
following session configuration:

host=10.173.20.2
name=Terminal Server
sshproxyuser=x2gosshproxy
acl-groups-allow=vxltadmins
setsessiontitle=true
krblogin=false
pack=16m-jpeg
quality=9
speed=2
usesshproxy=true
sshproxytype=SSH
sshproxyhost=88.198.244.99
sshproxyport=22
sshproxyautologin=false
sshproxysamepass=false
sshproxysameuser=false
width=800
height=600
dpi=96
fullscreen=false
maxdim=false
multidisp=false
xinerama=false
usekbd=true
sound=true
soundtunnel=true
defsndport=false
soundsystem=pulse
startsoundsystem=true
useexports=false
useiconv=false
iconvform=UTF-8
iconvto=UTF-8
fstunnel=true
print=false
usemimebox=false
mimeboxaction=OPEN
autostart=false
xdmcpserver=localhost
command=XFCE4
published=false
command=XFCE
acl-groups-deny=ALL
acl-clients-allow=ALL
acl-any-order=deny-allow
sshproxysameuser=false

After a while I realized that memory usage went very high on that x2go 
server and found out I was having 10 sessions running. That makes sense 
as I always wondered why my sessions are not resumed. So it looks like 
instead of resuming I get a new session every time. Is there any 
configuration I am missing that would force resume if there is a session 
available and clean up sessions after say a timeout or similar?

cheers
Mathias


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