Are we talking about an ODBC database connection? If yes, then the script *must* close the connection with the DB Release step. Even if the script didn't release things the End step at the end of the script should force the connection closed though.
The only other session I can think of would be the internal contact session that holds variable values and metadata about the call while it passes through the MIVR subsystem. By default this is erased 30 minutes after the call completes (System > Parameters menu). Unless someone has changed it this should not be hanging out indefinitelly. You can also monitor these sessions through Tools > Real Time Monitoring and choosing Sessions from the Java applet menus.
If you meant something other than the above two definitions of a session please clarify.
PS- You should apply the latest service update which is 8.0(2)SU4 and has been out since December 2011. The 8.0 release of CCX had a lot of defects due to the Windows to GNU/Linux migration. IMO it didn't stabilize until 8.5.1(SU4)-ish. I lack a specific defect to defend this advise; it's just my kneejerk reaction to any problem report in that version of CCX.
I am facing exactly the same problem as described by tonyloktu. The chat server TCP connections are remaining in CLOSE_WAIT state for a long time leading to shortage of ports and hence failure of FCCSERVER service. There is about 2700 TCP connection. And we can see them by typing the command: "show open ports all":
I opened a TAC case and they suspect a firewall traffic blocking but i'm not sure of this analisys because when sniffing the traffic in the server side I can see the client requests sent by CAD & CSD (Cisco Agent and Supervissor Desktop). I can also see the telnet requests when trying to connect with telnet on some ports.
I found the bug CSCsq34636 on the Cisco bug toolkit. But our UCCX version 220.127.116.1104-25 is in the fixed release.
Can you please tell me if you could resolve your problem?
Is it related to the network or it's just an application bug?
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