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Re: svnserve and IPv6 ?

From: Dirk Schenkewitz <schenkewitz_at_docomolab-euro.com>
Date: 2005-03-02 23:19:55 CET

Robert Hunter wrote:

> Would it be possible to use a hostname that only resolves to
> an IPv6 address?
> That way you wouldn't run into URL parsing issues at all!

Good idea. The machine also runs a nameserver :-) so I set up
a "nserver6" with an IPv6 address only, while "nserver" has an
IPv4 address. Then I tested (before applying any patches from
Daniel Berlin) on another pc - no, it does not work, it gives
me: "svn: Unknown hostname 'nserver6'".

Then I tried 'ping6 nserver6' - it works, while 'ping nserver6'
does not (no answer) - then again, 'ping nserver' works, but
'ping6 nserver' does not.

For this to be able to work, the program must be aware of both
protocols and if one does not work it must be able to try the
other. Or it must be told about the protocol, e.g. like this:
"svn -6 co svn://nserver6/test Test" :-) (hint, hint ;-))

> (just side-step them, but still...)

It was definately a good idea, I forgot to test that. Thanks!

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