persistent tcp connection?
Fran.Lawas-Grodek at nasa.gov
Thu Mar 27 07:46:53 PST 2003
The "route delete" command did the trick. Thank you very much!
Frances J. Lawas-Grodek |
NASA Glenn Research Center | Fran.Lawas-Grodek at nasa.gov
21000 Brookpark Rd, MS 142-4 | phone: (216) 433-5052
Cleveland, Ohio 44135 | fax : (216) 433-8000
On Wed, Mar 26, 2003 at 01:02:10PM -0600, Mike Silbersack wrote:
> On Wed, 26 Mar 2003, Fran Lawas-Grodek wrote:
> > Does anyone know if there a sysctl parameter or kernel option that
> > would "clear out" any memory of a previous tcp connection? We've
> > played with the following sysctl parameters, and these are what
> > they are currently set --
> What you're looking for are the route metrics, stored in the routing
> table. Use "netstat -nar" to see which routes have been cached. You
> should be able to delete the metrics associated with a cloned route by
> doing "route delete ipaddress".
> > net.inet.tcp.keepidle: 14400
> > net.inet.tcp.keepintvl: 150
> > net.inet.tcp.always_keepalive: 1
> These would have nothing to do with what you're seeing. Keepalive only
> applies to established connections which are sitting idle. As you are
> disconnecting and reconnecting, only the route metrics are relevant.
> Mike "Silby" Silbersack
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