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Server has more TIME_WAIT connections in Apache(port 80) Hi,
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I want to kill TCP connections which have status as TIME_WAIT & no PID
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in TCP, is TIME_WAIT state really essential..!!! (3 Replies)
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What is the maximum number of TCP ports that can be consumed at any one time? How can I determine what the number is or increase it?
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Why would I get TIME_WAIT when i netstat a port?? What would be some scenarios of this situation?? (1 Reply)
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