Multiple connections to NNTPserver?

Discussion in 'Linux Networking' started by Avoid9Pdf, Jun 7, 2014.

  1. Avoid9Pdf

    Avoid9Pdf Guest

    In the old-days Newsgroup-names didn't contain minus-signs.
    Now they do.
    So I hacked the good-old NTTP 'handler', [based on rfc..].
    But now, sometimes it hangs. Often after the first fetch.

    When I asked: list article-header-numbers in comp.sys.raspberry-pi,
    containing "onta" in <Subject>, it hang, if it's already done a fetch.

    lsof | grep <pid>
    shows the 2 lines:--
    22380 root 29u IPv4 391647 \
    22380 root 30u IPv4 391655 \

    Does this mean that I had 2 connections to,
    when it hung ?

    Shouldn't the 1st connection have closed, since I only 'called'
    the second fetch, after I saw that the 1st had arrived.

    Perhaps the NNTP-server [eternal september] doesn't allow D.O.S.-like
    multiple connections?

    Avoid9Pdf, Jun 7, 2014
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  2. It could also be that it regularly uses more than one connection to
    download the material. You do not even say which reader you are using.
    It allows up to 4 concurrent connections, according to their faq.
    William Unruh, Jun 7, 2014
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  3. Avoid9Pdf

    Unknown Guest

    Because you don't know it:ETH.Oberon for linux, which I've modified to
    I've been thinking how to show the marvels of *nix piping to some
    non-*nix users, via this exercise:
    Why is this LEO [aka Linux-based ETH Oberon] hanging?
    Show me the pid/s of all LEO = pgrep beron
    Show me the latest one started = pgrep beron | tail -1
    Show me which files it has open = lsof | grep `pgrep beron |tail -1`

    There a big problem. Right now, by test/pasteing that cmd, it shows:
    ... IPv4 391647 TCP> (ESTABLISHED)
    But I've been off-line for 10 hours.
    Unknown, Jun 8, 2014
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