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- Hongyi Zhao
April 5, 2011, 10:18 am
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I want to log into my ssh server by using a shell script and ensure not
be kicked out after a while for doing nothing on the sshserver. Is this
I've told that I should consider to use the TCPKeepAlive and
ServerAliveInterval options for this case.
But what's the differences between thess two arguments? What should my
command like? Suppose the anti-idle interval is set to 20 seconds in my
case. Any hints will be highly appreciated, thanks in advance.
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