[winswitch] Xpra 3.0 Windows very slow ssh login
antoine at nagafix.co.uk
Tue Oct 1 07:18:28 BST 2019
On 01/10/2019 11:46, Bob Babcock via shifter-users wrote:
> Running xpra 126.96.36.199 on 64-bit Windows 7, connecting to 64-bit Fedora
> 29, the ssh login prompt hangs up for ~15 seconds, then responds to past
> typing and works.
I'm seeing a slight delay as we launch the subprocess handling the
password prompt, but nowhere near 15 seconds, more like 2 or 3 seconds.
I just assumed that the system I was testing on was a bit slow.
> The whole system is unresponsive during the hang; my
> onscreen clock even stops ticking.
No user application should be able to do that.. could be triggering some
sort of Windows OS bug.
> Reverting to 3.0-r23707 (the last
> version I downloaded) fixes it. Failing version was downloaded from
> https://xpra.org/dists/windows/Xpra-x86_64_Setup.exe. This is on my
> wired local home network with nothing much else happening. A wireless
> Windows 10 laptop behaves similarly.
Thanks. I'll take a look ASAP.
In the meantime, you can switch to plink instead of the paramiko backend:
xpra_cmd --ssh="plink.exe" attach ssh://username:password@host/
> On the Linux side, dnf says I'm up-to-date with winswitch-beta in my
> repo list. Installed xpra stuff:
> # rpm -qa|grep xpra|sort
The stable repository actually has 3.0 proper, which is very slightly
newer than this.
You should always add both stable and beta repositories, as the beta one
is only a supplemental one, which may or may not have packages in it.
FYI: 4.0 builds will start landing in the beta area soon.
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