[quote=“valley”]Several users noticed that a remote Asterisk console runs up 100% of CPU if the TTY disconnects. If you escape into a shell from within the console, and disconnect, you are almost guaranteed to have this condition. The process runs away and one must kill the process to bring system back.
I suspect that killing a window has the same effect as disconnecting TTY and the process does not automatically die. Whereas in text mode the system does not hang, complications could arise when X is also running.
Did you escape into a shell during the console session?[/quote]
I can start a remote ssh shell, get to root, start asterisk (“asterisk r -vvv”), and then exit asterisk back to the shell without a problem. It is only when I try to close the ssh window (I use putty) while CLI is running in it, or when I close a local console with CLI running in it that the problem happens.
By the way, can you confirm that this happens on your system?