ports/187561: devel/subversion: bogus "No route to host" caused by www/serf
The BSD Dreamer
beastie at tardisi.com
Mon Mar 17 16:30:01 UTC 2014
The following reply was made to PR ports/187561; it has been noted by GNATS.
From: The BSD Dreamer <beastie at tardisi.com>
To: olli hauer <ohauer at gmx.de>
Cc: bug-followup at freebsd.org
Subject: Re: ports/187561: devel/subversion: bogus "No route to
host" caused by www/serf
Date: Mon, 17 Mar 2014 11:24:43 -0500
Looks like the patch is try all the addresses returned for a host. Instead
of giving up on the first one because APR prefers ipv6 over ipv4.
I suppose I could rebuild the APR dependency without the IPV6 default option
as another fix.
My guess is that there's something else that makes it skip trying IPv6 if
there are no interfaces with IPv6, but the logic doesn't know to ignore lo0
when looking to see if there are any?
Digging a bit....there's a comment (apr1 source: network_io/unix/sockaddr.c)
that per RFC "...does not consider loopback addresses when trying to
determine if IPv4 or IPv6 is configured on a system", so that matches
allowing IPv6 to remain enabled on loopback. But, it goes on saying "This is
a problem if one actually wants to listen on or connect to loopback address
of a protocol that is not otherwise configured on the system"...so it works
With a note that the routine should accept a flag to determine if the work
around is wanted.
So sounds like APR forces loopback in for determining if IPv6 is enabled or
not. Which would explains why my disabling IPv6 on loopback worked.
On 2014-03-16 06:40, olli hauer wrote:
> Hi Lawrence,
> there was a PR about an IPv6 issue on upstream and a fix is included since
> That's the changed part in serf/outgoing.c
> I haven't seen and cannot confirm the issue here, even with an IPv6 address
> on any of the interfaces on my test system.
> At the moment I have no idea why this happened on your system.
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