Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 131611
using cli to disable service kills ssh session
Last modified: 2009-04-16 16:15:20 EDT
Client is using the cli to disable as service (custom httpd). Every
time they do so, the ssh client they are logged in on get killed.
They are able to re-log in immediately and the service is disabled
All processes with open references on a cluster-managed file system
get killed when the service is disabled.
This means if you 'cd' to there, your home directory was on it, or
your shell was started in it, or sshd was using something on it (for
instance, I have custom sshd services which start in the cluster mount
point for each service), those processes will get killed in order to
clear the references on the file system so that it can be unmounted.