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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 17717] - Zombie/Waiting states OpenBSD
Date Fri, 10 Sep 2004 15:29:34 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From Joachim.Lutz@netlab.nec.de  2004-09-10 15:29 -------
Hi again,

there was a little bug....
I'm sorry, but here is the correction. (By the same anonymous student)

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I was wrong, it seems to have nothing to do with ipv6. 
The problem(at least the "connect to listener" errors, which eventually
lead to the zombies I believe) occurs, when Listening on all ip-
Addresses e.g. with "Listen 0.0.0.0:80" or "Listen ::1:80" in the
config. It doesn't seem to matter if its IPv4 or IPv6. 
I was fooled before, because our server was configured to listen only on
some IPv4-Addresses(but on all IPv6-Addresses at port 443) from the
beginning.
The "connect to listener" messages don't occur, when every ip-address,
the server should listen to, is explicitly specified in a Listen-
Directive. Even if all ip-Addresses(including Loopback), which the
server has, are specified no "connect to listener" messages occur.


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I hope we have not wasted to much of your time.
Joachim

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