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Re: Problem with gem1.8
On 5.11.2010, at 10:27, OBATA Akio wrote:
> On Fri, 05 Nov 2010 17:45:32 +0900, Filip Hajny <filip%joyent.com@localhost>
>> It's not much, but there is definitely a different pattern here. Any idea
>> where does this difference come from? Any chance it's what's burning me here?
> is in pkgsrc for SunOS.
Thanks. Removing this option on my SunOS systems fixes the problem for me. I
couldn't find any conclusive documentation on this option, but it seems it has
to do with IPv6. Our systems (Solaris Nevada) can do IPv6, but we do not use it
(and do not have any IPv6 plumbed on interfaces).
Stefan - I take it you're running on Solaris systems too? Try commenting the
option out of your Makefile and rebuilding. My take is your problem has nothing
to do with your proxy, and compiling without wide-getaddrinfo should fix it.
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