Mala Anand wrote:
> I am seeing similar problem using netpef3. After my client succefully
> closes (300 connections) I still see 320 sockets in /proc/pid/fd directory.
> When I list them they are shown as sockets (597 -> socket: ) but if
> I do stat I get the following:
> stat /proc/4776/fd/597
> File: "/proc/4776/fd/597"
> Size: 0 Filetype: Unknown
> Mode: (0777/?rwxrwxrwx) Uid: ( 0/ root) Gid: ( 0/ root)
> Device: 0,0 Inode:21780 Links: 1
> Access: Tue Apr 24 14:00:20 2001
> Modify: Tue Apr 24 14:00:20 2001
> Change: Tue Apr 24 14:00:20 2001
> If I kill my server these files go away. The server calls shutdown to
> close both the data socket and control socket for each connection.
shutdown() does not close the descriptor; you have to call close().
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