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    SubjectRe: tty->count(1) != #fd's(2)
    On Fri, 28 Feb 1997, Doug Ledford wrote:

    > > Feb 27 16:51:46 yoda kernel: Warning: dev (03:b4) tty->count(1) !=
    > > #fd's(2) in do_tty_hangup
    > > Feb 27 16:51:46 yoda sshd[25049]: log: Closing connection to
    > >
    > > I only have the new tty/pty devices...the old ones were rm'd many months
    > > ago. It seems to me this must be a kernel bug sshd is exposing. I'm
    > > using sshd 1.2.17 (ELF) and kernel 2.0.28 on the server.
    > think this behavior was introduced. The severity of this bug is effected by
    > the exact serial driver in use. It would appear to be harmless to the
    > RocketPort and Cyclades drivers (I assume that this is on some of your
    > Cyclades ports Jon, and I saw the error on some of my RocketPort ports), but

    Actually, this is happening on our shell server on tty/pty devices. There
    are no multiport card drivers or even serial.o on that system.

    Between the elf_coredump bug, SMP hang bug, and this, we seem to have
    numerous serious bugs in 2.0.2x. Any chance of slowing work on 2.1.x so
    2.0.x can get fixed?

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