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Re: panic during boot

From: Matthew Dillon <dillon@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 19 May 2004 21:14:40 -0700 (PDT)

:Hiroki Sato <hrs@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote
:  in <20040520.090604.74738592.hrs@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
:hrs> "Erik P. Skaalerud" <erik@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote
:hrs>   in <40abf05b$0$50172$415eb37d@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
:hrs> erik> The IPV6 problem has been fixed over a week ago. Really sure you got the 
:hrs> erik> latest source?
:hrs>  Yes.  I confirmed that a change by cpressey@ on 18 May has been
:hrs>  included in my local mirror of the CVS repository.
: I noticed that this problem occurs when AF_UNSPEC is used.
: Listening only a IPv6 address works fine (note that
: net.inet6.ip6.v6only is set to 1 in both cases).
: And when a kernel with "options SMP" was used, the result
: of "netstat -naf inet" flapped.  Entries in the LISTEN state
: appear and disappear every time the command is executed.
: I guess this involves handling of TCP listen table replication
: between each cpu...
: Can anyone reproduce these problems?
:| Hiroki SATO

    It has a familiar ring to it.  I have a question... if you listen
    only on IPV6 do you get flap with netstat -naf on an SMP system?


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