BUG: User shell still running and ping CTRL-Z CTRL-C

Jens Kessmeier j.kessmeier@teles.de
Wed Apr 10 00:57:00 GMT 2002


CYGWIN_NT-4.0 1.3.9(0.51/3/2) with ServicePack 6	

1) BEHAVIOUR -------------

Description:

(a) Telnet session from system A to cygwin system B
(b) Type telnet escape char and quit, or kill telnet
(c) Another telnet session from system A to cygwin system B
(d) On system B telnetd of step (a) is gone, user shell (a) is running

Process list on system B after (a):

     UID     PID    PPID TTY     STIME COMMAND
   admin      95       1     ?    Feb 14 /usr/sbin/syslogd
   admin     114       1    ?    Feb 14 /usr/local/bin/ntpd
   admin     133       1    ?    Feb 14 /usr/sbin/cron
   admin     142       1    ?    Feb 14 /usr/sbin/inetd
   admin     425       1    ?    Feb 17 /usr/sbin/sshd
   admin     256     142   ?  17:09:13 /usr/libexec/in.telnetd
   admin      94     256   0  17:09:17 /bin/bash               <---
   admin     303      94   0  17:09:34 /usr/bin/ps

Process list on system B after (c):

     UID     PID    PPID TTY     STIME COMMAND
   admin      95       1   ?    Feb 14 /usr/sbin/syslogd
   admin     114       1   ?    Feb 14 /usr/local/bin/ntpd
   admin     133       1   ?    Feb 14 /usr/sbin/cron
   admin     142       1   ?    Feb 14 /usr/sbin/inetd
   admin     425       1   ?    Feb 17 /usr/sbin/sshd
   admin      94       1   0  17:09:17 /bin/bash              <--- ???
   admin     277     142   ?  17:12:20 /usr/libexec/in.telnetd
   admin      99     277   1  17:12:24 /bin/bash
   admin      65      99   1  17:12:34 /usr/bin/ps

2) BEHAVIOUR -------------

Description:

(a) bash> /sys/winnt/system32/ping -t somehost
(b)       Type CRTL-Z -> nothing happened (i know).
(c)       Type CTRL-C -> ping is still running.             <--- ???

Question:

Help me to understand  1) and 2) ???




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