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hyphone
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what is 'tput' waiting for?

[plain]I run a server with a family account, any member of the family can connect to
the server using a different port. when I test the program, I found a strange problem:
after resetting the connections, the script occasionally waited for about 37 minutes
and went on as nothing happened. the script just waited for a single line of start_acct.sh: term_cols=`tput cols` 2>/dev/null 'tput' seems to support multi-instances running at the same time.
but what is 'tput' waiting for under the situation described above? Tue Jul 31 08:46:06 CST 2012 [cmd]ps -xf -o pid,etime,stime,args 5571 36:58 08:09 sh -c acct_path=${PWD/*account/account};./reset_acct.sh ${acct_path} 5942 36:52 08:09 \_ /bin/bash ./start_acct.sh account1/1-8 127.0.0.1 50001 6203 36:52 08:09 \_ tput cols 5574 36:58 08:09 sh -c acct_path=${PWD/*account/account};./reset_acct.sh ${acct_path} 6138 36:52 08:09 \_ /bin/bash ./start_acct.sh account1/1-1 127.0.0.1 50001 6218 36:52 08:09 \_ tput cols 5598 36:58 08:09 sh -c acct_path=${PWD/*account/account};./reset_acct.sh ${acct_path} 5991 36:52 08:09 \_ /bin/bash ./start_acct.sh account1/1-2 127.0.0.1 50001 6237 36:52 08:09 \_ tput cols 5612 36:58 08:09 sh -c acct_path=${PWD/*account/account};./reset_acct.sh ${acct_path} 5963 36:52 08:09 \_ /bin/bash ./start_acct.sh account1/1-7 127.0.0.1 50001 6214 36:52 08:09 \_ tput cols [/plain]
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