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Possible bug in subversion-1.4.3

From: Thomas Klausner <tk_at_giga.or.at>
Date: 2007-03-07 00:00:27 CET


With subversion-1.4.3, I tried the following
# svn co svn://sesame.csx.cam.ac.uk/pcre/code/trunk pcre

svn: Can't connect to host 'sesame.csx.cam.ac.uk': No route to host
# host sesame.csx.cam.ac.uk
sesame.csx.cam.ac.uk has address
sesame.csx.cam.ac.uk has IPv6 address 2001:630:200:8080:20e:cff:fe09:a58a
sesame.csx.cam.ac.uk mail is handled by 7 sesame.csx.cam.ac.uk.
# svn co svn:// pcre

The host from which I tried is a NetBSD-4.99.13/amd64, which doesn't
have IPv6 connectivity. My guess is that subversion only tries the
IPv6 address, finds no connectivity, and gives up. If that's the
problem, I think that subversion should try all the addresses, not
only one of them.

Or is something else wrong?


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Received on Sun Mar 11 00:16:43 2007

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