FreeBSD 7 and java networking
davidt at yadt.co.uk
Wed Nov 21 08:35:13 PST 2007
On Wed, 2007-11-21 at 15:37 +0100, Andreas Rudisch wrote:
> On Thu, 8 Nov 2007 18:10:56 +0000
> David Taylor <davidt at yadt.co.uk> wrote:
> > As it turns out, I'd just noticed the global "WITH_IPV6=yes"
> > that I'd put in /etc/make.conf, and started recompiling java
> > without IPv6 support shortly before you sent that message.
> > I had already tried (both native jdks) with IPV6 turned
> > off in the "make config" menu -- or so I thought -- but
> > my choice was overriden by that forgotten entry.
> > The IPv6-less jdk works perfectly, now all that remains
> > is to figure out why IPv6 support has stopped working...
> > I'm fairly sure it worked fine before I switched motherboards
> > and upgraded to 7-CURRENT (now stable, or beta, or whatever).
> I updated from 6.2-release-p8 to 7.0-beta3 and rebuilt all my ports.
> Does Azureus work properly for you? For me it does not upload/download
> anything. I tried jdk15 and jdk16 both with and without IPv6 support.
> Using -Djava.net.preferIPv4Stack=true does not seem to help.
> With FreeBSD 6.2 I had to add the following to libmap.conf to run Azureus:
> libpthread.so libc_r.so
> libpthread.so.2 libc_r.so.6
> This does not seem to help either.
> I am using ULE and SMP on an Intel Core2Duo.
Yes, I'm afraid that when azureus started I assumed it was working -- as
some networking was working (RSS feeds, update checks, etc).
jbidwatcher also appeared to work correctly.
But azureus appears to connect to the tracker & peers OK... then not
download any pieces. So something is not quite right.
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