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Old 02-18-2003, 04:57 AM   #1
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Question "rcmd socket : All ports in use" Error

One of my scripts does lots of rsh'ing to other unix machine (even in local). Those scripts work fine on an other linux machine. Both machines are installed with redHat 7.1 and the installations seem to be the same for both of them.
But after some rsh connections i get (only in the second machine) :
"rcmd socket : All ports in use"

and the rsh does not work. After 30 seconds everything works fine again. Is there any way to check the availability of ports ? How to free up ports ? Is it possible to increase the number of ports ...

Thanks a lot for your answer ...



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