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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0000017||unreal||ircd||public||2001-12-30 17:48||2007-04-15 16:32|
|Summary||0000017: Listener recode|
|Description||Change listeners to be more memory efficient and stable.|
|Tags||No tags attached.|
|3rd party modules|
Is this about the listen-block stuff?
If so, may I then suggest to then also allow the use of non-"::ffff:"-style IPv4 addresses on IPv6 compiles? Thus that for example just "18.104.22.168" can be specified, like on non-IPv6 compiles...
This would for example fix listening on IPv4 addresses on OpenBSD for an IPv6-compile of UnrealIRCd, as the sysctl setting to allow "::ffff:"-style addresses is not changeable on OpenBSD (gives "Operation not permitted" iirc).
Edit: I just noticed this is a very old report (didn't pay attention to the date or the id...) but it is at the top of the list, no matter what sorting I select... some problem with the bugtracker? Anyway that's why I posted, thought it was a new one :P
this is more likely related to the code that listens/accepts connections from users.
nothing to do with the listen blocks.
and yes, this is quite old, and either has been done already, or has been pushed into 3.3.x
|..sometime in 3.2 development|
|2006-10-18 00:14||Robby22||Note Added: 0012501|
|2006-10-18 00:37||Robby22||Note Edited: 0012501|
|2006-10-23 03:28||tabrisnet||Note Added: 0012510|
||Status||assigned => closed|
||Note Added: 0013408|
||Resolution||open => fixed|