From: Michael Turley (samplecode at domain yahoo.com)
Date: Thu 18 Oct 2001 - 14:39:05 IST
I've been sshing in and out of our development server
installing odd bits and pieces for a couple of months
and I've noticed that I have a few tty sessions still
open from months ago (See below) from, I suspect, when
ssh has timed out on me. I've gone in and killed a few
of them but I'd like to set to enforce some sort of
policy where the tty sessions get cleaned up if not
used for a while. Is there a directive which I can
throw into my sshd_config file which will do this or
is this not a good approach?
michael at domain dev ~$ ps -ef | grep michael
michael 2413 2412 0 Jul24 pts/5 00:00:00 [bash]
michael 3182 3181 0 Jul24 pts/9 00:00:00 [bash]
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