On Thu, 13 Jul 2006 23:42:56 +0800
CWeng <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Technically a loopback address should be able to resolve immediately
> if it can connect or not. But for IPV6 loopback ::1 (to port that is not
> been bounded), this is not the case and the client may be waiting
> for the socket to get connected up to the maximum 3-4 mins
> timeout. (If you are on the global zone, it is ok).
Looks like this got filed as 6450780.
The "return (connp->conn_zoneid == zoneid || zoneid == ALL_ZONES)"
around 11703 in ip6.c looks like the train wreck. Its using the
generic tcp queue so the comparison against the zone id is false as is
the comparison against ALL_ZONES. I'm not certain what the right
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