After updating our installation from ThinLinc 4.12 to 4.14, the "System Load" page at https://master.my.domain:1010/status/load incorrectly reports an agent host as "down" when its domain name is written in CamelCase. It seems to be possible to get a session on such a host, so I am not sure if this is a reporting issue only or of the load-balancing when creating new sessions would be affected.
Nevertheless, I think host/domain names should be evaluated case-insensitive everywhere.
Thanks for the report, this is indeed a bug.
It seems case-insensitive host names weren't considered in the code here. We're doing exact string matches with the list of agents for the subcluster.
(In reply to Torsten Kasch from comment #0)
> It seems to be possible to get a session on such a host, so I am not sure if
> this is a reporting issue only or of the load-balancing when creating new
> sessions would be affected.
To clarify, session creation and load balancing isn't affected. This is only a reporting issue.
The workaround for now is to set lower case host names in the vsmserver configuration.