Killing the OpenSSH server doesn't cause the Windows OpenSSH client to die
yuri at rawbw.com
Sat Apr 8 03:13:01 AEST 2023
On 4/7/23 10:08, Bob Rasmussen wrote:
> It depends how you "kill" the SSH server.
> If you kill it by sending it a SIGKILL signal, it will NOT notify the
> client, so the client will stay running until the client discovers the
> connection is broken.
I run 'kill <pid>' which sends SIGTERM. This should shout it down
But even with SIGKILL the OS would still shut down the network
connection gracefully, and this should be propagated to the client.
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