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Old 12-12-2004, 12:51 PM   #1
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LTSP related issue


Q1. How many nodes a Pentium 4 m/c with 1GB RAM can support ? Since I have only 5 nodes i am asking this question, if any one have implemented this can tell me.

Q2. I have 4working LTSP nodes and, most of the time it gives me problem like

- suppose i started only 2 nodes out of 4 then after 3/4 hours when i start other 2 nodes , then it get stuk at Loading vmlinuz......... , then i have restart tftp service on the server then these 2nodes work properly.

So, every time i need to restart tftp service. how to eliminate this issue. why i get stuk at loading vmlinuz image...............

Any help appreciated.

Old 12-12-2004, 01:13 PM   #2
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have a look here
this describes the terminal server setup at our university(same as that of LTSP)



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