Re: what could "use up" X forwarding connections?

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 On 09/27/2010 11:51 PM, Tom Horsley wrote:
> Anyone have any clues about what could "use up" some resource
> used to create a forwarded X connection (ssh -X)?
> I've got these testbeds that run 24/7 on random collections
> of both real and virtual machines, and they are all started
> from inside a VNC session using ssh -X to get to the target
> test machine. The theory is that any test which needs a X
> server will be happy with the VNC server.
> After running for a few months, tests sometime start failing
> because they can't open the X server. Reboot the host (which
> is running fedora 13) and recreate the VNC server and things
> work again.
> Seems like something is getting "used up" that the reboot
> cleans up, but I haven't been able to find out what
> that something is :-). 

The VNC server running out of file descriptors?

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