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Re: active connections when hibernating
Hours? Possibly. They'll stay open until the other side closes them,
as I understand; that's one hour by default.
Days? No, that's not, as I understand, supposed to happen.
Heck, if I shut down my or-port (so no new connections arrive), and
turn it off in my browser (so no new outgoing connections are made),
then my tor winds up with no sockets open in about 2 hours. (Maybe
less, I haven't checked that frequently)
On 7/13/07, Jens Kubieziel <maillist@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
* Michael_google gmail_Gersten schrieb am 2007-07-13 um 21:37 Uhr:
> What do you mean by "Hibernating"?
The AccountingMax bytes were exceeded, so it transports no traffic.
> Any process will need to be running in order to close connections;
> otherwise, the kernel has to at least track that "This connection has
> been closed by the other side, but not yet acknowledged as closed by
> this side.".
Well, but those timeouts shouldn't last hours or days, IMHO.
Jens Kubieziel http://www.kubieziel.de
Wenn zwei Menschen immer die gleiche Meinung haben, ist einer von ihnen
überflüssig. Sir Winston Spencer Churchill
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