After a ssh connection, if I run the
who command on the server : I have this response :
olivia@olivia-pc:~$ who olivia :0 2014-09-08 11:40 (:0) olivia pts/0 2014-09-08 11:43 (:0) olivia pts/10 2014-09-08 13:54 (sim.local)
So it's easy to identify the incoming connection (third line).
If I run the
who command on the client : I have this response :
who sim :0 2014-09-04 16:30 (:0) sim pts/10 2014-09-08 13:49 (:0) sim pts/0 2014-09-08 13:46 (:0)
So I think that the outgoing connection is the second line because it appears after that I connect to the server with
ssh, but I don't understand why is it still there when I run
who after that I have closed the connection (and until I leave the terminal).
So my questions are :
1) Is it really the second line that represents the outgoing connection and why?
2) Why is it still visible until I leave the terminal, even if I close the connection?
3) If the outgoing connection is the line two, as I except it to be, is there a reason that server and client use the same pseudo terminal number?