[AG-TECH] Is there a Venue Client time out?

Bonnett, PG (Paul) P.G.Bonnett at rl.ac.uk
Wed Oct 4 03:31:25 CDT 2006

You make an interesting point, however I would make the opposing
argument that we have in past had occasion where certain operators have
forgotten to shut down their VC after a meeting and the following day we
go to setup a meeting only to find their audio & video still sitting in
our venue.
I  would like to see a 12 hour timeout for the 'normal' VC which perhaps
could be overridden (by changing a setting in preferences perhaps) to
allow you to run your extended sessions.
Paul Bonnett
Access Grid Videoconference Support & Development
Rutherford Appleton Labs
e-Science Centre
R1 Room 2.21
Tel: 01235 778329
P.Bonnett at rl.ac.uk


From: owner-ag-tech at mcs.anl.gov [mailto:owner-ag-tech at mcs.anl.gov] On
Behalf Of Jimmy Miklavcic
Sent: 03 October 2006 17:56
To: ag-tech at mcs.anl.gov
Subject: [AG-TECH] Is there a Venue Client time out?

Does the AGtk3.0.x Venue Client have a time-out? I have parked my PIG in
the Argonne Lobby over night and in the morning when I type into the
jabber client, it tells by that I have to be connected to a venue; video
and audio appears to still be working. I'm curious because I'd like
initiate an "always on" scenario with the grid but if the system times
out at some point that can be problematic. Any insights?
Jimmy Miklavcic 
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