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Re: hpropd looping
Dr A V Le Blanc <LeBlanc@mcc.ac.uk> writes:
> I do notice
> that when I run hpropd manually, it produces the message
> hpropd: socket af = 10: Address family not supported by protocol
In /etc/modutils/ipv6 I have:
alias net-pf-10 off
and I don't get that message for hprop, but I do get a similar one
from slapd for some reason.
> I should also mention that I was puzzled that, when I change the
> database on the master and run hprop successfully, the slave database
> changes too, but the md5sums of the two databases differ.
Wouldn't you expect that anyway for db files which probably haven't
had records added identically? If you look at a sorted dump of the
databases, the records actually differ (only) in the `generation
number' (end of the line), not that I know what that is.
> I am running kdc and hprop and hpropd on Debian sarge; the version is
> 0.6.3-6 and the architecture is i386.
It's OK for me with 0.6.3-4 but on sparc with basically woody systems
plus whatever the testing heimdal-kdc package depends on.
The message about looping does look vaguely familiar, but I'm not sure
whether I saw I from hprop at some time or something else.
Perhaps you could try iprop. I don't remember why I don't have that
running, though I currently don't have a big database.