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SubjectRe: tcp strangness
On Tue, 17 Sep 1996, B.J. Weschke wrote:
> ditto here.

ditto.

> > # killall -9 httpd
> >
> > still, a "telnet localhost 80" got me a "Connected to ...."
> > but there was no process listening on port 80. trying to
> > received data (GET / HTTP/1.0<cr><cr> manually) did not produce
> > anything (no "invalid url" or "connection closed", just a hang).
> >
> > netstat showed a connection at port 80 in FIN_WAIT2
> >
> > after a while, a "telnet localhost 80" would simply result
> > in nothing, neither a "Connected to ..." nor a "Connection refused".
> > the telnet would just hang (eventually timing out, which I did not
> > wait for).
> >
> > in this status, I tried to start a new httpd, but the daemon would
> > fail with an error message: "couldn not bind to port" (cern-httpd).
> >
> > I had to reboot the machine in order to start httpd again.

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