I would be leery of the hard-coded stuff. Reason: the IPv6 code has been a continual source of trouble, while the IPv4 code has worked quite well.
Could be a lot of reasons, especially the fact that the IPv6 code is hardly exercised by the devel team...so changes that cause problems are rarely detected right away.
On Dec 2, 2009, at 5:25 PM, Kevin.Buckley_at_[hidden] wrote:
>> I believe this line is incorrect:
>>> opal_list_append(&opal_if_list, (opal_list_item_t*)
>> It needs to be
>> opal_list_append(&opal_if_list, &intf_ptr->super);
> Didn't seem to change things.
> Any thoughts on the:
> * hardcoded netmask, adrian says that's ok
> intf.if_mask = 64;
> intf.if_flags = cur_ifaddrs->ifa_flags;
> which I simply copied over from the IPv6 block?
> I note that the "non-NetBSD" inet stuff does something a bit more
> convoluted, vis:
> /* generate CIDR and assign to netmask */
> intf.if_mask = prefix(((struct sockaddr_in*)
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