TCP socket states after kernel soft reboot
In linux, we are running an application which creates a socket on some random port(55572).
After few kernel soft reboots we got a bind error on socket creation of an application(address already in use) and the application fails to start.
We are trying the understand the possible reasons for bind failure.
Whether TCP socket states will be persisted after kernel reboots? It does not make sense. But I am trying to understand the reason.
Also we have used sockereuseaddr in socket option.
Any suggestions/ideas are truly appreciated