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SubjectRe: hang ftp connections...
On Wed, 1 Nov 2000, Tigran Aivazian wrote:

> Hi guys,
>
> I noticed this since I installed test10-pre5 (maybe 6) on my
> desktop. FTP connections to Solaris became very strange, i.e. after the
> transfer is finished it would never actually close the control socket and
> hang it there. So, I assumed that most likely Solaris kernel is full of
> bugs (as a commercial OS ought to be) and they don't even implement FTP
~~~

did I say FTP? I meant TCP :) Though it would be nice to see a kernel with
kFTP in it :)

> protocol correctly, so that the exceeding correctness of ours at
> test10-preX shows their bugs. However, now the same thing happened when
> talking to ftp.kernel.org and that surely runs Linux. So there must be a
> bug somewhere. I will now upgrade all my systems to final proper test10
> and see if the problem is still there...
>
> I only noticed this with ftp; other critical services (irc, telnet etc.)
> work fine.
>
> Regards,
> Tigran
>
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