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NAME

       x2golistsessions - List Available X2Go Sessions for User

SYNOPSIS

       x2golistsessions [<server_hostname>|--all-servers]

DESCRIPTION

       x2golistsessions returns a list of running or suspended X2Go sessions for X2Go server
       <server_hostname>.  If no server hostname is given at the command line, the session list
       query runs for the local system.

       x2golistsessions is run with normal user privileges and it is used by X2Go clients to
       render a list of available X2Go sessions.

X2GO CLUSTER MODE

       If x2golistsessions is executed with the --all-servers option then the central database of
       your X2Go cluster is queried for running/suspended sessions belonging to the user
       executing this command.  These sessions may be active on any of the X2Go servers within
       your cluster.

RETURN VALUES

       A line-by-line list of available X2Go sessions. Each line consists of several session
       attribute fields separated by the pipe symbol (,,|'').

       The meaning of the session attributes of each output line are shown below:

           field 01: <agent_pid>
           field 02: <session_id>
           field 03: <port>
           field 04: <host>
           field 05: <state>
           field 06: <init_time>
           field 07: <session_cookie>
           field 08: <client_ip>
           field 09: <gr_port>
           field 10: <snd_port>
           field 11: <last_time>
           field 12: <user>
           field 13: <age_in_secs>
           field 14: <sshfs_port>
           field 15: <tekictrl_port> (if Telekinesis is available/enabled)
           field 15: <tekidata_port> (if Telekinesis is available/enabled)

       As exitcode x2golistsessions always returns 0.

SEE ALSO

       x2golistsessions_root(8), x2golistdesktops(8), x2goresume-session(8), x2gosuspend-
       session(8), x2goterminate-session(8)

AUTHOR

       This manual has been written by Mike Gabriel <mike.gabriel@das-netzwerkteam.de> for the
       X2Go project (https://www.x2go.org).