Author polymorphm
Recipients berker.peksag, demian.brecht, flox, loewis, mcjeff, polymorphm
Date 2014-12-16.08:47:56
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>> in GNU/Linux "system timeout has been reached" -- means that  system timeout will *never* reached.

> That's quite likely because the system limits may be very large.

I tested system-timeout GNU/Linux (on various computers). I waited more then 5 days. system-timeout works on GNU/Linux -- only if was custom-set tcpkeepalive, else (by default): even after 5 days system-timeout was not reached.
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