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Re: Abandoned CVS server processes

From: Dan Peterson
Subject: Re: Abandoned CVS server processes
Date: Thu, 7 Mar 2002 11:54:22 -0800 (Pacific Standard Time)

On Thu, 7 Mar 2002, Larry Jones wrote:

> Dan Peterson writes:
> >
> > I've seen ESTABLISHED and IDLE.
> That's interesting, there is no official TCP state called IDLE.  I
> wonder what it means?  Certainly both states imply that the connection
> is alive and well as far as the system can determine.

I should clarify... the "TCP state" information was found by doing an lsof
on the process with a PPID of "inet".  On the 3 open file descriptors
(stdin, stdout and stderr) which are tied to the socket, the "NAME" column

   server:port->client:port (IDLE)

I assumed the value in '()'s was the TCP state.

Unfortunately I don't have any processes in this "spinning" state at the
moment, so I can't tell what netstat shows.

PS. I just looked at the man page for lsof and it does say the value in
parentheses is the "TCP or TPI state name".

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