[X2Go-User] session.log file fills disk

Ulrich Sibiller uli42 at gmx.de
Wed Dec 30 14:53:07 CET 2020

Yes, this is a bug in  that has already been fixed in commit

Unfortunately there has not been a release with this fix. If you are
able to compile your own version you can get rid of the bug.

You should be able to delete the session.log even with the session
running. I need to test if this really frees the disk space. If not,
an additional suspend/reconnect might help.

If both approaches are not feasible I suggest downgrading to nxagent


On Wed, Dec 30, 2020 at 2:36 PM David Schumm <david.schumm at seakr.com> wrote:
> We are seeing this on multiple machines where the session.log file is massive.  I’ve seen them as large as 82gb.
> When you attempt to open it it says it’s a binary file
> Server is Centos 7 running  x2go server
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