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RE: slapd segfaults with bad LDAP URL (ITS#2132)

This is done for a reason...

Some systems support mapped addresses.  On these, it is NORMAL
for an "any" IPv4 bind following an "any" IPv6 bind to fail
because the "any" IPv6 bind accepts both IPv6 and IPv4.


At 11:46 AM 2002-10-09, hyc@highlandsun.com wrote:
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Hallvard B Furuseth [mailto:h.b.furuseth@usit.uio.no]
>> > The code is set to loop through all the addresses that a hostname
>> > lookup returns. It will only fail when all of the addresses fail. If
>> > you get EADDRINUSE on one of them, but another succeeds, it will
>> > consider this a success.
>> That sounds like a bug: I wouldn't want slapd to start
>> happily with only
>> v6 without and let me think it had v4 (too).  For now I can
>> give the -4
>> option to avoid that, but when the time comes that I do want
>> v6 as well
>> it could become a problem.  Or if it started as v6-only while I only
>> wanted v4 and didn't know about v6.
>I guess I agree with you. I've now changed it to fail instead of continue
>when bind fails.
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