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August 10, 2007, 3:05 am
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server w/ an sshd running on a server. I want to know if there is a
period of say 15 minutes of inactivity, how do I drop the session as a
measure of security?
Are there any docs on where or how to configure this? I'm assuming it's
Re: drop ssh connection after x minutes of inactivity
I am not sure if ClientAliveInterval and ClientAliveCountMax in
sshd_config . there is any such thing in sshd_config to cause the idle
timeout but if you are using some of the popular Unix shells
environment, then you could probably set some shell environment variable
like in tcsh you have autologout and for bash, you do have TMOUT
variable which will help you to automatically drop the shell session for
a certain specified or default period of inactivity ofcourse if they are
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