----- Original Message -----
From: "Giuliano Gavazzi" <email@hidden>
To: "Mike Hall" <email@hidden>; <email@hidden>
Sent: Monday, March 28, 2005 11:15 AM
Subject: Re: Listening on system-restricted ports
>> perhaps the server application detects if there is a non loopback
> interface active and listens on to that one only when available?
I don't know. As I remember this was a 1.4 change as well for some reason.
If I'm remembering right it didn't happen 1.3. The main reason I bug
reported. Otherwise I'd just assume my own faulty RMI coding.
> > 01000 15866872 1497334890 allow ip from any to any via lo0
> one and a half million packets for 1.5GB. I repeat: doing essentially
> nothing! It would have probably done the same if it had been
> disconnected from the LAN.
> Another server, a bit busier, 19 million packets via lo0 in just 20 days.
I wouldn't need to run it for 4 days, just see if it told me anything
significant for one test run.
But I'll keep that in mind if I decide to try debugging this way when I get
back to OS X. Getting me kind of curious again. I don't really have a second
machine to talk to right now so I haven't even been firing up the server
part of the app but maybe I'll see what it does with what I have now at
least for single machine testing.
Mike Hall mikehall at spacestar dot net
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