ttloop: peer died

ttloop: peer died

Post by Jim Dutt » Thu, 27 May 1999 04:00:00



What is the implication of

  telnetd[....]: ttloop: peer died: No such file or directory

messages? I can't remember.

 
 
 

1. What is this: ttloop: peer died?

Vas is los?  I see in /usr/adm/messages:

Nov 15 05:01:49 ole telnetd[16590]: ttloop:  read: Connection reset by peer
Nov 15 06:10:47 ole telnetd[17001]: ttloop:  peer died: Unknown error
Nov 15 07:23:13 ole telnetd[17140]: ttloop:  peer died: Invalid argument
Nov 15 07:24:56 ole telnetd[17142]: ttloop:  peer died: Unknown error
Nov 15 07:33:40 ole telnetd[17149]: ttloop:  peer died: Invalid argument
Nov 15 08:01:59 ole telnetd[17198]: ttloop:  peer died: Invalid argument
Nov 15 09:15:48 ole telnetd[17678]: ttloop:  peer died: Unknown error

This appears to be folks in the office in Italy who are logging in over
the internet.   Any clues as to why they would be dying?  By the way,
it does not look like the PPP link is going down.  

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