I asked this question on the Unix/Linux stackoverflow, but a suggestion is not forthcomming and people ask if I can run commands with root access, so perhaps WebFaction-support is more relevant.
Question:I was trying to re-attach to a long-running tmux session to check up on a python web-application. However
What does this mean---is this tmux session permanently lost, and what could have caused it? Is there still a way to look at the current state of the python process, spawned in the tmux session and running in
asked 19 Jun '12, 01:32
I googled "tmux attach no session" and found this which suggested running "
As to the cause, it's possible that our tmp partition filled up and was emptied, but I'm not certain. If you'd like to avoid that possiblitity, then set your TMPDIR environment variable (or whatever tmux uses to locate its socket files) to point to a directory within your home directory.
Hope that helps!
answered 19 Jun '12, 10:33