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    Hello!

    > Set up a perl script to search for the ports used by the "LAST_ACK".
    >
    > Use this information to find the processes that hold these open, and
    > use fuser -k to kill them.

    Such sockets should not have users and associated files --- nothing to close.
    If they do have, the service generating (apache?) them is _seriously_
    broken. At least, stock apache should close them for 2 seconds, not more.



    I looked at output of netstat. It evidently shows a bug in kernel.
    What is version of kernel?

    [ Dave! Look, he has 5000 of sockets sort of:

    tcp 0 1 195.67.71.80:80 152.166.64.3:1252 LAST_ACK off (0.00/0)

    Retransmission timers massively leak!
    ]


    Alexey

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