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  • in reply to: Server status : Querying the server problem again #32553
    Babok
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    The issue is fixed on the latest release: 7.3.2

    Thanks again to listen us.

    in reply to: Server status : Querying the server problem again #32491
    Babok
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    today log

    Nxservices.log

     

    6748 6752 14:09:26 722 nxexecExecServer: Info: Server process running with pid 6824.
    4668 6728 16:01:37 510.858 nxserviceRunEventLoop: ERROR! Read failed.
    4668 6728 16:01:37 510.858 nxserviceRunEventLoop: Error is 32, ‘Broken pipe’.
    13376 11336 16:01:37 532 nxexecExecServer: Info: Server process running with pid 14308.
    4668 6728 16:01:38 534.055 Monitor/FileReadMonitor: WARNING! Canceling busy thread 8808 for FD#7.
    8456 13844 16:01:38 848 nxexecExecServer: Info: Server process running with pid 13912.
    2848 7260 16:01:39 322.696 nxserviceRunEventLoop: ERROR! Read failed.
    2848 7260 16:01:39 322.696 nxserviceRunEventLoop: Error is 32, ‘Broken pipe’.
    10328 6524 16:01:39 339 nxexecExecServer: Info: Server process running with pid 1308.
    2848 7260 16:01:39 555.711 nxserviceRunEventLoop: ERROR! Read failed.
    2848 7260 16:01:39 555.711 nxserviceRunEventLoop: Error is 32, ‘Broken pipe’.
    13716 13968 16:01:39 574 nxexecExecServer: Info: Server process running with pid 13368.
    2848 7260 16:01:40 014.170 nxserviceRunEventLoop: ERROR! Read failed.
    2848 7260 16:01:40 014.170 nxserviceRunEventLoop: Error is 32, ‘Broken pipe’.
    13832 14200 16:01:40 031 nxexecExecServer: Info: Server process running with pid 12156.
    2848 7260 16:01:40 473.818 nxserviceRunEventLoop: ERROR! Read failed.
    2848 7260 16:01:40 473.818 nxserviceRunEventLoop: Error is 32, ‘Broken pipe’.
    3368 13464 16:01:40 490 nxexecExecServer: Info: Server process running with pid 13692.
    10764 13816 16:03:38 181 nxexecExecServer: Info: Server process running with pid 10440.
    14292 13380 16:05:09 403.367 nxserviceRunEventLoop: ERROR! Read failed.
    14292 13380 16:05:09 403.367 nxserviceRunEventLoop: Error is 32, ‘Broken pipe’.
    6228 6024 16:05:09 448 nxexecExecServer: Info: Server process running with pid 11696.
    11964 7492 16:05:10 300 nxexecExecServer: Info: Server process running with pid 13476.
    11520 13340 16:05:10 787.344 nxserviceRunEventLoop: ERROR! Read failed.
    11520 13340 16:05:10 787.344 nxserviceRunEventLoop: Error is 32, ‘Broken pipe’.
    7876 3316 16:05:10 809 nxexecExecServer: Info: Server process running with pid 8980.
    14292 13380 16:05:11 230.345 Monitor/FileReadMonitor: WARNING! Canceling busy thread 1460 for FD#7.
    11520 13340 16:05:11 329.347 nxserviceRunEventLoop: ERROR! Read failed.
    11520 13340 16:05:11 329.347 nxserviceRunEventLoop: Error is 32, ‘Broken pipe’.
    14304 1308 16:05:11 350 nxexecExecServer: Info: Server process running with pid 2504.
    11520 13340 16:05:11 815.359 nxserviceRunEventLoop: ERROR! Read failed.
    11520 13340 16:05:11 815.359 nxserviceRunEventLoop: Error is 32, ‘Broken pipe’.
    13740 11856 16:05:11 832 nxexecExecServer: Info: Server process running with pid 13372.
    11520 13340 16:05:12 272.717 nxserviceRunEventLoop: ERROR! Read failed.
    11520 13340 16:05:12 272.717 nxserviceRunEventLoop: Error is 32, ‘Broken pipe’.
    7864 4704 16:05:12 289 nxexecExecServer: Info: Server process running with pid 5980.
    11520 13340 16:05:12 743.815 nxserviceRunEventLoop: ERROR! Read failed.
    11520 13340 16:05:12 743.815 nxserviceRunEventLoop: Error is 32, ‘Broken pipe’.
    11108 11416 16:05:12 760 nxexecExecServer: Info: Server process running with pid 14308.
    11368 7444 16:07:29 206 nxexecExecServer: Info: Server process running with pid 13740.
    7712 8140 16:08:31 769.753 nxserviceRunEventLoop: ERROR! Read failed.
    7712 8140 16:08:31 769.753 nxserviceRunEventLoop: Error is 32, ‘Broken pipe’.
    13844 2416 16:08:31 790 nxexecExecServer: Info: Server process running with pid 12364.
    14244 13924 16:08:32 536 nxexecExecServer: Info: Server process running with pid 12644.
    3728 2616 16:08:33 016.049 nxserviceRunEventLoop: ERROR! Read failed.
    3728 2616 16:08:33 016.049 nxserviceRunEventLoop: Error is 32, ‘Broken pipe’.
    13756 13864 16:08:33 035 nxexecExecServer: Info: Server process running with pid 8888.
    3728 2616 16:08:33 333.049 nxserviceRunEventLoop: ERROR! Read failed.
    3728 2616 16:08:33 333.049 nxserviceRunEventLoop: Error is 32, ‘Broken pipe’.
    2720 3308 16:08:33 354 nxexecExecServer: Info: Server process running with pid 14308.
    3728 2616 16:08:33 798.053 nxserviceRunEventLoop: ERROR! Read failed.
    3728 2616 16:08:33 798.053 nxserviceRunEventLoop: Error is 32, ‘Broken pipe’.
    9404 5152 16:08:33 814 nxexecExecServer: Info: Server process running with pid 4600.
    3728 2616 16:08:34 250.064 nxserviceRunEventLoop: ERROR! Read failed.
    3728 2616 16:08:34 250.064 nxserviceRunEventLoop: Error is 32, ‘Broken pipe’.
    3368 8780 16:08:34 266 nxexecExecServer: Info: Server process running with pid 13480.
    13920 8792 17:26:49 646 nxexecExecServer: Info: Server process running with pid 2864.
    7656 1040 17:27:19 368.232 Monitor/FileReadMonitor: WARNING! Canceling busy thread 8748 for FD#7.
    6264 6268 17:27:51 458 nxexecExecServer: Info: Server process running with pid 6328.
    4372 6236 18:06:58 553.416 Monitor/FileReadMonitor: WARNING! Canceling busy thread 6336 for FD#7.
    4376 13092 18:37:37 646 nxexecExecServer: Info: Server process running with pid 8388.
    14016 11080 18:39:31 052.323 Monitor/FileReadMonitor: WARNING! Canceling busy thread 2664 for FD#7.
    6272 6276 18:41:52 973 nxexecExecServer: Info: Server process running with pid 6336.
    4424 6248 18:43:18 475.980 Monitor/FileReadMonitor: WARNING! Canceling busy thread 6344 for FD#7.

    in reply to: Server status : Querying the server problem again #32489
    Babok
    Participant

    Hey,

    I got the same path for services “C:\Program Files (x86)\NoMachine\bin\nxplayer.exe” –dialog status

    And the other one is disabled: NoMachine device server on services “C:\Program Files (x86)\NoMachine\bin\nxservice64.exe” –servicemode”

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    in reply to: Server status : Querying the server problem again #32408
    Babok
    Participant

    Previous version was 7.1.3

    Installed with exe after I downloaded from your website.

    in reply to: Server status : Querying the server #31081
    Babok
    Participant

    Hi Tor,

    Thanks for the feedback.

    The NoMachine’s community is amazing ! Keep up on the good work.

    Maybe could you explain us:

    Whenever server status display “Server is not running”, NoMachine’s services (nxplayer.bin and nxclient.bin) open port and listen incoming connections.

    If we want just to use it as a client, why do NoMachine have to listen connection ?

    in reply to: Bug on restore down #30944
    Babok
    Participant

    Yes this is a misspeaking, you are right client window is maximized.

    in reply to: NX tray icon #30945
    Babok
    Participant

    Also if you closed both by clicking on close button (NoMachine player then the remote desktop session):

    The nx tray icon stay on…..

     

    in reply to: NoMachine version 7 available for download #30866
    Babok
    Participant

    I found by myself, here how:

    You need to modify permissions  in ~/.nx/config/authorized.crt

    Before nx was able to read this file with owner ( root root ) and permissions set to 0600

    Now with this latest update you have to modify the owner with the user profile and permissions set to 0600

     

    in reply to: NoMachine version 7 available for download #30859
    Babok
    Participant

    The free version is installed on linux debian buster 10.7

    Everything was working on 6.11.2_1 with authentification by NX-private-key.

    The client is updated also on Windows 10. When I try to connect I get the error message: Authenfication failed

    in reply to: NoMachine version 7 available for download #30854
    Babok
    Participant

    Hey,

    I upgraded it from 6.11.2_1 and now i cannot connect anymore.

    Here the error message on nxerror.log file:

    “main: WARNING! User ‘xxxx’ unable to read file.”

     

    I would appreciate any help

    in reply to: High CPU usage Linux headless server #25301
    Babok
    Participant

    Here some feedback:

    The server was ATOM 2 cores 2 threads.

    I had to edit on server side node.cfg to test each modes: (h264, vp8,  mjpeg) then i uncommented EnableDisplayServerVideoCodec 0, DisplayServerThreads auto, DisplayEncoderThreads auto.

    Lowering the resolution on nomachine help a lot if you stay on h264.

    In my configuration, vp8 encoder is lighter and hold up fairly well, you don’t see the processes nxcodec.bin .

    I tested on a better processor and no issue at all, so yes h264 encoding need a lot of cpu usage.

    And about firefox-esr, it still ask a lot of cpu when scrolling but it s not about nomachine.

     

    in reply to: High CPU usage #25302
    Babok
    Participant

    Indeed, pressing I and 1 on top command, irxi mode off help to get a better view.

    So I consider cpu usage is not so high as i thought on 8 cores. Resolution client side is 5120×3200

    in reply to: High CPU usage Linux headless server #25011
    Babok
    Participant

    Here some files

    I have to say the processus Web Content take between 70-100% cpu, no extension enabled.

    And I am not using the virtual display but the default option: physical display

     

     

    in reply to: High CPU usage #25007
    Babok
    Participant

    server: Intel(R) Atom(TM) CPU  C2750  @ 2.40GHz

    desktop environnement: xfce without lightdm.

    Do you think the cpu’s server cannot handle encoding h264 and could be the reason of high cpu on on a mac client ?

     

    I have the same issue on windows 10 too..

    in reply to: Physical Display vs Virtual Display #25001
    Babok
    Participant

    Or maybe this is the good answer:

    What is the difference between physical desktop and virtual desktop? https://www.nomachine.com/AR10K00700

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