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Re: [PATCH] Add option to svnserve to disable ipv6

From: Branko ─îibej <brane_at_xbc.nu>
Date: 2005-05-24 23:35:53 CEST

Jim Morris wrote:

> * subversion/svnserve/main.c
> (main): Add --noipv6 option, and if set do not bind to an ipv6 port
> On at least one system I am using (OpenBSD) the 1.2.0 version of
> svnserve detects there is an ipv6 network, and binds to that network
> ONLY. So there is no listening port setup on ipv4, so no ipv4 clients
> can connect.
> As I do not use ipv6 I added an option --noipv6 which will force it to
> bind to the ipv4 network as previous versions did.
> Others with both ipv6 and ipv4 on their systems may encounter similar
> problems as I do not think this is specific to OpenBSD.
> Ideally the fix should actually allow it to bind to both ipv6 and ipv4
> networks, however that fix is beyond me at the moment.

I sympathize, but i really don't think this patch is appropriate for the
SVN code. The thing to do is to figure out if a) we're using APR
incorrectly, b) there's actually a bug _in_ apr, or c) there's a bug in
the way APR was built on your system.

Note that I'm not saying your problem isn't real or shouldn't be fixed,
just that this isn't the way to fix it in the mainstream code.

-- Brane

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