sunray problems in lab

Paul Rissman rissman at
Sat Nov 24 23:33:50 PST 2007

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>From: Ritesh Jhaveri <riteshj at>
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>Subject: problems with the sunray term. inside the lab
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>I have been experienceing numerous problems today with the sunray
>terminals (applications, terminal windows, browsers have been crashing and
>closing on their own very frequently, almost every 5 - 10 mins). I am not
>even running a lot of applications at once, just CORAL and a terminal
>window sometimes. I dont know if I am the only one experienceing the
>problem but by the look of the desktop screens every now and then, there
>seems to be some problem.
>thank you,
>Ritesh Jhaveri

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