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YABS Disconnecting SSH
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YABS Disconnecting SSH

Anyone have any experience with yabs.sh killing an ssh session? there is a particular vps I run it on where it will kill my ssh session at random intervals when it goes to do iperf tests.

Is it possible that the VPS provider has a script that is set to interrupt networking to a vps when there is high bandwidth usage? This is a KVM vps.. and sometimes yabs successfully finishes and sometimes it doesn't.

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  • hnzlethnzlet Member

    I've had that happen to me, too.

    You could try running it inside tmux (or screen). Then if you have to reconnect you can just run tmux a to reattach to that session. Or use mosh

    Or if your provider has a VNC-based web console you could try it in that.

  • @JoeMerit said:
    Anyone have any experience with yabs.sh killing an ssh session? there is a particular vps I run it on where it will kill my ssh session at random intervals when it goes to do iperf tests.

    Is it possible that the VPS provider has a script that is set to interrupt networking to a vps when there is high bandwidth usage?

    Yes.

  • drizbodrizbo Member

    Are you running out of ram maybe?

  • JoeMeritJoeMerit Member

    @hnzlet said:
    I've had that happen to me, too.

    You could try running it inside tmux (or screen). Then if you have to reconnect you can just run tmux a to reattach to that session. Or use mosh

    Or if your provider has a VNC-based web console you could try it in that.

    So I have run the full yabs 4x in a row inside of screen and it has not stopped or disconnected. So that would indicate some sort of communication problem between my ssh client and the server I suppose.

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