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stay socket

FRamsay at writes:

> I have a socket showing up on netstat for a process that is no longer
> running.  Is there any command line way to force this socket to close?
> (short of re-booting).

Very precisely speaking, what are you trying to accomplish by doing
this?  Is this actually causing a problem?

Let me guess:  this is a TCP socket in the TIME_WAIT state?

Kevin D. Clark / Cetacean Networks / Portsmouth, N.H. (USA)!kclark (GnuPG ID: B280F24E)!kdc

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