One ssh hangs on exit, the other doesn't
dillon at backplane.com
Thu Dec 5 20:17:30 PST 2019
ssh won't exit unless all virtual links, such as the X forwarding, are also
gone. I think there are some bugs related to that (I'm pretty sure it
isn't dragonfly specific). So running with X forwarding can cause the
situation you describe.
On Thu, Dec 5, 2019 at 12:15 PM Steffen Nurpmeso <steffen at sdaoden.eu> wrote:
> Pierre Abbat wrote in <12216388.yjY6BSWRI4 at mooncat>:
> |On Thursday, 5 December 2019 03.48.18 EST Harald Brinkhof wrote:
> |> Maybe some background processes keep running and prevent the X program
> |> from
> |> sitting down?
> |> http://www.snailbook.com/faq/background-jobs.auto.html
> |The examples at the top of that page don't make sense. If I start an \
> |xterm in
> |an ssh session, and log out of the ssh session with the xterm still \
> |running, I
> |expect ssh to keep running until I close the xterm. When I ssh into \
> |my local mail server, and forward the mail ports, the ssh session hangs
> |exit, because kmail still has the mail ports open.
> |When I shelled into zyxomma, I exited each program before logging out \
> |of ssh.
> |I don't understand why one ssh session closed and the other hung.
> Does it still hang when ControlMaster exits?
> I have seen this on Linux->Linux (same host even) with
> X forwarding in muxer sessions, but it went away as rolling
> updates flew by. (At the moment i have
> Load key "/home/steffen/....local_ed25519.pub": invalid format
> that that makes no sense :})
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