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Hi, especially bosilca (George?)
r14544 broke the IPv6 support (see Ticket #1008). I've committed a quick
patch, but I guess we (George and me?) will have to look closer in order
to provide the desired functionality.
There's another question concerning r14544: why did you change
sockaddr_storage* to sockaddr* for some btl/tcp functions? Is there
something special about sockaddr*? For me, sockaddr_storage is a
complete replacement for sockaddr... we also have the necessary defines
in ipv6compat.h, so we could always make use of ss_family.
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