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From time to time, SSH sessions to my servers just freeze up and then neither Ctrl+C nor Ctrl+\ do anything.
How do I quit the session without just closing the Terminal it's in?
The session is locked as in, no keys are transmitted to the server. I'd like to shut it down gracefully, such that the user isn't logged in anymore.
I know I can kill the SSH client, but that will, in time, make the "
2 users" info message I get from
uptime meaningless. I'd like to know how many users are really logged in.