Valentina Server is confusing me. Originally, I just noticed that it creates a huge amount of log files. I made feature request to limit the amount of files. It also doesn't make sense to try to restart vServer thousands of times. And log files are being created when they shouldn't.
Then I started checking what Valentina Server is doing:
sudo lsof -i -P -n | grep LISTEN
has the result of
vserver_x 7703 beatrix_willius 5u IPv4 0x4d33f964adde48f9 0t0 TCP *:15432 (LISTEN)
vserver_x 7703 beatrix_willius 6u IPv4 0x4d33f964ad9ae639 0t0 TCP *:15434 (LISTEN)
vserver_x 7703 beatrix_willius 8u IPv4 0x4d33f964ada32cd9 0t0 TCP *:15532 (LISTEN)
vserver_x 7703 beatrix_willius 9u IPv4 0x4d33f964adaabf99 0t0 TCP *:15534 (LISTEN)
vserver_x 7703 beatrix_willius 10u IPv4 0x4d33f964adabb639 0t0 TCP *:15436 (LISTEN)
When I uninstall vServer except for the control panel I get the same result. I checked what the PID of 7703 is doing:
Trixis-iMac:~ beatrix_willius$ ps -p 7703
PID TTY TIME CMD
7703 ?? 0:07.57 /Library/VServer_x64/vserver_x64.app/Contents/MacOS/vserver_x64
I think I stopped vServer in the control panel and then moved all files to the trash, which I then emptied. Is this an expected result?
The questions are now: why is vServer already using 15432? If vServer notices that 15432 is busy why doesn't it use another port? How can I stop those connections? They are there even when I use the stop script.
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