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Re: IPv6 patch for the devel slapd (ITS#559)
At 01:30 PM 6/5/00 GMT, email@example.com wrote:
>Full_Name: Stig Venaas
>Version: devel (todays CVS)
>Submission from: (NULL) (220.127.116.11)
>Here's a patch for IPv6 support in slapd.
>The only changes are in servers/slapd/daemon.c. If INET6 is defined it
>will use getaddrinfo and other new API functions, and you will get a
>binary that uses IPv6 if available, but the binary will also work on IPv4
LDAP_INET6 would be a better define choice.
>I could change configure so that INET6 is defined if getaddrinfo et al is
>present, then on Linux with GLIBC 2.1, FreeBSD 4.0 etc. that has the new
>API, the binary will have IPv6 support by default, but also work on IPv4
>hosts. Then distributions can have one binary for both IPv4 and IPv6.
I would suggest --enable-ipv6 with a default of auto.
>Do you want me to do that right away, or should we let it be a configure
>option that people must use until we've had a few people testing it?
I'm happy to add configure support whenever it's ready.
>If we leave it on by default, there could still be an enable/disable option.
Default of auto would enable if platform support was available.
>It looks good to me, but I'm almost surprised if there are no bugs in
>there. Perhaps you see some problems right away....
I am sure there is more to do... but incremental patches/solutions
>The patch is a bit ugly because there are some interaction with the
>LDAP_PF_LOCAL code. If everyone using LDAP_PF_LOCAL had the new API
>(with getaddrinfo) things would be cleaner. Right now the code must
>work with or without both LDAP_PF_LOCAL and INET6.