We have a jitsi server in the company that is used for some recurring meetings (i.e. meetings where we reuse the room name). Somehow some of my colleagues have managed to get a zombie connection to those meetings, i.e. whenever anybody connect to /meeting it seems like A, B and C are already there, but in fact the aren’t. It makes it hard to find out if everybody is actually there and the moderator rights are given to some of those zombie connections, so there is no real user that can kick them out.
But we all have root access to the server (maybe there are some meetings I don’t participate in, that have similar problems and where that’s not the case), so is there a way for us to see which meetings are active on the server, which participants they have and a way to close a connection a “participant” has to a meeting?
netstat -tnlp on the server, I can see a number of established connections, but I from that I can’t tell whether those are in use in ongoing meetings or zombies in meetings that are actually not active (from a suitable perspective).
Can I (in cooperation with the colleagues who have these zombie connections) do anything about them?