I'm developing a program in python that parses
/proc/net/tcp informations, but unfortunately, while I was doing this, I saw a strange thing.
Practically, when a socket change in
TIME_WAIT state, losses its inode number, and I don't know who is the owner of this socket.
I read some documents about this
TIME_WAIT issue, and I understood that the connection is practically finished, and it remain in wait only to guarantee the data transfer.
Someone knows something about it?