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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 45494] testsockets fails on Solaris when IPv6 interfaces are not configured
Date Tue, 12 Aug 2008 17:13:09 GMT

--- Comment #12 from Mikhail T. <mi+apache@aldan.algebra.com>  2008-08-12 10:13:09 PST
= you installed IPv6 on this machine.  You did not configure an interface.

I did not install anything on this machine -- it came from Sun preinstalled
with the standard Solaris 10. Having a configured IPv6, when there is no use
for it is a waste, so I agree with Sun, that it is useless to enabled it.

The test should not have reported a failure. It should've SKIPPED.

= ./configure --disable-ipv6

Yeah, that's a work-around. Except I may wish to -- some day -- be able to use
it with IPv6 too. Telling me, that a test was SKIPPED because IPv6 is not
currently in use on the testing machine, is Ok.

Telling me, the test FAILED is bogus...

This is all patently obvious, I might add... Even IF the machine is
misconfigured, the test should not "FAIL", because there is nothing wrong with
the build.

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