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problem with multiple sessions

K Vidhyakar
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Joined: Jul 10, 2005
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Hi,
I am using unix using putty utility. my application works differently in different sessionns. What may be the problem ? please help me.

anyone faced similar problem ?
Tim Holloway
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There's only two things I can think of.

1. Each session is logging in with different attributes, either because they're different account logins or because the login script is constructing some sort of resource that's different with every login.

2. The two sessions are identical, but getting into resource conflicts.

More than that I can't say without details about what's "different" about them.


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