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April 29, 2005, 3:14 pm
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Please could anyone suggest a solution to this problem
We are scping files across from one machine to another, both running
solaris. Each time scp runs, it opens a child SSH process on the remote
machine. When the scp has run and closes it leaves the child SSH
process behind as a zombie process. These zombie proccesses grow until
they have manually killed. Does anyone know how to use scp without
leaving zombie ssh processes running on the remote machine?
Re: SCP leaves zombie processes running on the remote machine
What platform and version and SSH software and version is this? (Client
Darren Tucker (dtucker at zip.com.au)
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