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Re: can I kill an ssh connection while updating my OpenBSD box?
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- Subject: Re: can I kill an ssh connection while updating my OpenBSD box?
- From: Rick Pettit <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Mon, 10 Jun 2002 22:10:50 -0500 (CDT)
> Make generally assumes the shell is interactive. I would think that
> exiting the shell (which is what killing your Putty connection will
> do) is the equivalent of sending kill signals to all foreground
> processes spawned by that shell.
SIGHUP will be sent to all processes 'attached' to the terminal, if I am
not mistaken. _Default_ SIGHUP handler winds up terminating the receiving
process (no, it doesn't attempt to reread the process's config file :-).