ANNOUNCEMENT: NSD 1.2.1 released
ondrej at sury.org
Thu Jul 17 14:12:44 CEST 2003
On Thu, 2003-07-17 at 12:15, Erik Rozendaal wrote:
> Nick Hilliard wrote:
> >>This release is a bug fix release.
> > Are there plans to make another bug-fix release for bugzilla bugs 59 and
> > 60 in the short term, or are you planning a cooling-off period?
> There will probably be a 1.2.2 release early next week to fix these two
> bugs. So if anyone is holding on to any other bugs, please send them in so
> they can be fixed ASAP :)
There is bug on Linux:
IPv6 enabled daemon doesn't run on non IPv6 enabled kernel, in syslog
nsd: can't create a socket: Address family not supported by
I made workaround in startup script to add -4 when /proc/sys/net/ipv6/
directory doesn't exist in debian package, but this is really only
workaround, not fix.
from discussion with Colm MacCarthaigh:
> > Will you fix it soon?
> It's not so easily doable. The problem is that getaddrinfo
> is returning :: when it really should return 0.0.0.0, getaddrinfo
> doesnt seem to pay any attention to whether IPv6 is configured
> or not.
> The only way to get around this problem would be to try to bind
> to :: and if that fails, bind to 0.0.0.0 , but that causes other
> problems for IPv6 users.
> Code would have to be added to NSD to detect whether the system
> had IPv6 configured or not :/ This is probably better left to
> init scripts.
Ondřej Surý <ondrej at sury.org>
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