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27. Error message: tetsyncd: client connection closed
I am running Distributed TETware.
I have a test case that causes the following message to appear on
tetsyncd (syncd.c, 225): client connection closed \ (sysid = 0, pid = 5749: MTCM)
This is a warning message.
It means that a process has exited without first logging off from
The messages show that the process concerned (pid = 5749) is a Test Case or Child Process (MTCM) running on the local system (sysid = 0).
There are two cases to consider:
You will need to check the process ID to see whether the process in question is a test case or a child process. If each process prints something to the journal, you can read the process ID from the last five digits of the journal context number.* (This is the 3rd subfield in the 2nd field of a line type 520.)
If you determine that the messages are generated as a result of the
behaviour of a child process, you will need to see if it is calling one
Any process that uses the API is supposed to log off the servers before exiting. It doesn't really matter if they don't do this - the servers still behave correctly when the connection goes down unexpectedly - but the warning messages are generated so as to inform you that something unexpected has occurred.
In the case of a child process, the API logs off the servers if the
process terminates by returning from