Larry Rosenman wrote:
> > No one has offered any scenario in which it's important to bind to only
> > v4 or only v6 addresses when both are present.  In the absence of a
> > compelling argument why that would be useful, I do not see why we're
> > worrying.  My own thought is that if I wanted to constrain PG to bind
> > to a subset of a machine's addresses, the extension I'd want is to allow
> > virtual_host to contain a list of names or IP addresses --- of either
> > version.  Basing it on v4 versus v6 has no payback that I can see.
> Please make sure that you can handle the situation of a IPv6 API, but no 
> IPv6
> stack.  (E.G. UnixWare up to at least 7.1.3).

Already done.  My BSD/OS is that way in the default kernel configuration

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