kern/96242: rpcbind ignores NO_INET6=yes in make.conf
freebsd at jdc.parodius.com
Mon Apr 24 03:36:57 UTC 2006
On Mon, Apr 24, 2006 at 06:10:50AM +0300, Alex Kozlov wrote:
> It harmless.
> But if you wish, you can comment udp6/tcp6 lines in /etc/netconfig
Hey, thanks for this! That totally fixed the problem. Surprisingly,
until now, I'd never heard of that file...
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> On Sun, Apr 23, 2006 at 06:20:52PM -0700, Jeremy Chadwick wrote:
> > >Number: 96242
> > >Category: kern
> > >Synopsis: rpcbind ignores NO_INET6=yes in make.conf
> > >Description:
> > This appears to be a repeat of the situation in PR 73865,
> > except for 6.1. It appears 6.1 does something different...
> > When starting rpcbind with a kernel that lacks INET6 support,
> > even despite NO_INET6=true being in make.conf, users are shown
> > the following:
> > Apr 23 17:51:12 eos rpcbind: cannot get information for udp6
> > Apr 23 17:51:12 eos rpcbind: cannot get information for tcp6
> > Possibly the problem is within libc, because rpcbind relies on
> > the libc call __rpc_nconf2sockinfo() to determine whether or
> > not to spit out the above warning message?
> > What I'm trying to say is using NOINET6 on FreeBSD 5.x fixes
> > this, while using NO_INET6 on FreeBSD 6.x does not.
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