Killing the OpenSSH server doesn't cause the Windows OpenSSH client to die

Yuri yuri at
Wed Apr 12 04:08:53 AEST 2023

On 4/11/23 10:09, mike tancsa wrote:
> The <pid> you reference, is that the process for the actual windows 
> client connection that was spawned off, or the server. If the server, 
> the existing connections will still live.

The <pid> there is ssh server child process pid for the Windows connection.

It should own the connection, and killing it should gracefully kill the 
TCP connection.


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