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SubjectRe: Linux 2.2.15pre13
kuznet@ms2.inr.ac.ru wrote:
>
> Hello!
>
> > > entries stuck in CLOSE_WAIT. Anyone else who sees this ? It stays there for
> > > the rest of my uptime I'm afraid :-)
>
> Certainly, they will not die until you kill their owners.
>
> > I see them, too, and sometimes they cause my ISDN demand-dial to go up
> > again.
>
> It is impossible, CLOSE-WAIT sockets do not send anything.
>
> > I also see connections stuck in FIN_WAIT* with several 100's of
> > packets in the send-Q. But usually they disappear in an hours time or
> > two.
>
This should read "in LAST_ACK". See:

mmutz@adam:~ > netstat -n|grep tcp
tcp 0 24 129.70.37.8:3986 193.158.55.38:443
LAST_ACK
tcp 0 24 129.70.37.8:3979 193.158.55.38:443
LAST_ACK
tcp 0 24 129.70.37.8:3978 193.158.55.38:443
LAST_ACK
tcp 0 24 129.70.37.8:3977 193.158.55.38:443
LAST_ACK
tcp 0 24 129.70.37.8:3944 193.158.55.38:443
LAST_ACK
tcp 0 24 129.70.37.8:3930 193.158.55.38:443
LAST_ACK
With this very peer, using SSL connections, the queues are _always_ "0
24".

Marc
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Marc Mutz <Marc@Mutz.com> http://marc.mutz.com/Encryption-HOWTO/
University of Bielefeld, Dep. of Mathematics / Dep. of Physics

PGP-keyID's: 0xd46ce9ab (RSA), 0x7ae55b9e (DSS/DH)


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