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Re: screen refusing to reattach

From: Juergen Weigert
Subject: Re: screen refusing to reattach
Date: Fri, 15 Apr 2005 13:41:04 +0200
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On Apr 15, 05 12:53:02 +0200, Joakim Ahlén wrote:
> I'll try that. You can probably reproduce the error yourself by reseting
> your (not the servers) network connection in a way which doesn't send an
> ICMP reset to the server. Just yanking out your cable probably might work
> depending on your local switch. Removing the plug to the phone line if
> you're using ADSL will most likely induce this error.
> For the record, i am using a windows machine with putty as ssh client. My
> ssh server is linux redhat with openssh 3.4p1. I'm not sure if the behaviour
> could be different with other clients/servers.

Hmm. Not that easy here:
I remember that I produced a nonresponding session once by unplugging the
phone line from a win95 box. But after a fresh dial-in I could happily

>From my local linux workstation I just did some disconnects, short and long
ones.  The ssh session always comes back a few seconds after the link is back.

> I cannot test this myself right now, but if the problem appears by itself
> i'll send you the strace log.


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