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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 35338] - [net] FTPClient.listFiles() hangs on Red Hat Linux
Date Fri, 24 Jun 2005 23:24:51 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From scohen@apache.org  2005-06-25 01:24 -------
(In reply to comment #25)
> There may be an IPv6 issue involved.  I've had Java programs suddenly
> break after upgrading to the 2.6 Linux kernel with IPv6 enabled (like
> Fedora Core 3).  Sometimes the fault lies with the program, sometimes
> with the way the Sun JDK implementation treats IPv4 and IPv6 addresses,
> sometimes with a server that isn't binding new sockets to IPv4 interfaces=

I think you may be right, Daniel.  That was in the back of my mind when I saw
this, far above on this thread from a tcpdump:

 16   0.652929 192.168.195.128 -> 209.18.78.251 FTP Request: PORT
192,168,195,128,128,88


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