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Re: error from ntpd upon IPv6 address receipt/bind

On May 12, 2010, at 4:13 PM, Greg Troxel wrote:
> Sure, because ntpd adds apparently sockets for addresses that exist on
> start, and then opens a routing socket to listen for addresses, and then
> adds sockets dynamically.
> This looks like a machine with one interface, tlp0.
> The first fstat shows the link-local addr from boot.

  Well, one [non-loopback] interface up, at least.

> It looks like two notifies on the routing socket.
> Try 'route -n monitor' to a file while getting both an automatic and a
> manual address and see what happens.

  Right.  Okay, I'll do that.  I'll stick it in rc.local or something that runs 
before rc.d/ntpd and reboot.  Since I know that's when I see the error...

         - Chris

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