Bug 8020

Summary: multiple identd processes that don't die.
Product: [Retired] Red Hat Linux Reporter: Jeremiah Johnson <jjohnson>
Component: pidentdAssignee: Trond Eivind Glomsrxd <teg>
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Description Jeremiah Johnson 1999-12-28 00:10:29 UTC
While doing a portscan of one of my internal hosts I noticed this problem.
Multiple in.identd processes started ( 11 to be exact ) and did not die
automatically as they should. Seeing this, I did the scan multiple times
to see if the number would increase. Every process of in.identd after 11
died naturally. Adding a " -w " to the auth line in inetd.conf just made
the number goto 14. I've done this on two systems and have had the same
problem on each.

Comment 1 Jeremiah Johnson 1999-12-28 21:21:59 UTC
Hrm., I did a query on this before submitting it, but doing a query today i got
multiple submissions on the same bug. This is a duplicate of bug 6528.


*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 6528 ***