On Wed, 20 Aug 2008 08:37:30 +0100 Graeme Fowler wrote:
> I appreciate that this isn't going to fix things for you right now, but
> there is work going on as I type to extend IPVS into IPv6 territory.
> There's also some considerable work under way to clean up the existing
> code, make it more self-consistent, and fix several possible
> races/deadlocks at the same time.
> If you can offer some advice, guidance, or coding time then your problem
> is more likely to "fix" itself (your quotes) much more quickly.
If I could code myself out of a wet paper bag in C, yes. This also goes
for Joe's comment on "you could do it yourself". ^_^ And unfortunately
none of the "resources" (read, coworkers) I could commandeer here are
kernel hackers either.
> Unfortunately there's no real timeframe for this, but be assured that it
> is happening - check the archives here (and the associated pages):
Thanks a bundle for this URL and the progress being made I was able to
gleam from it. Last time I remember IPV6 being mentioned in this ML the
general tune and outlook was pretty bleak.
Christian Balzer Network/Systems Engineer NOC
chibi@xxxxxxx Global OnLine Japan/Fusion Network Services