I think the real concern that Wil brings up is about what happens to
these connections in the DBMS at both the socket level and at the
port/session/license level.

> From: Bob Rasmussen 
> I can confirm that having a PC go to sleep can disrupt a telnet
> My experience, and I'm going WAY back here, is that sometimes (on
> machines) going to sleep will disrupt a network connection, and
> sometimes it won't. ...

> On Wed, 26 Sep 2012, Wjhonson wrote:
> > Update on this case.
> > If you set the sleep mode on your local PC such that it goes to
> (power save), say while you are at lunch, this will apparently
> Universe telnet sessions. 

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