How can I formally write a sentence meaning that I am not using the server now and I have exited it?
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closed as not constructive by Matt E. Эллен♦, tchrist, RegDwigнt♦ Feb 6 '13 at 16:50
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If it's formal and technical, then it might be better to say "I am not actively using the server" for a stateless protocol (like the web), or "I have stopped using the server and my session has timed-out/expired" (like the web with cookie-based sessions). If you don't know the technical distinction of those from logging out, then it probably isn't a context where they matter, and you should just use "logged off from".