From: Neil Horman
> Sent: 21 September 2016 16:43
> On Wed, Sep 21, 2016 at 09:44:30PM +0800, Sun Paul wrote:
> > Hi
> > we have an SCTP application running in JAVA. and we found that there
> > is a problem when we as a client trying to connect to a remote IP
> > address.
> > If the remote IP address is not accessible, our application will keep
> > retrying to connect using a self-defined local port address, says
> > 51001,
> > We found that after sometimes, says 2 hrs, this port 51001 is never
> > able to bind to us again. even we tried to restart the application.
> Sounds like you have another application that inadvertently bound to that
> Its not a privlidged port, nor is it well known, so it seems plausible that
> another application would eventually bind to it. Thats not a bug, just the
> ip works.
> run netstat -anp | grep 51001
> And see what application is holding the port.
Not much chance of a distro having a netstat that gives sctp info.
You might find something in /proc/net/sctp.
3.18 contains a fix for a problem with shutdown() being called
after the remote sends an INIT to restart an active connection
when there is unacked data.
If that happens the socket isn't released ever.
A workaround is to use SO_LINGER to get the connection aborted.