Re: RFC3484 rule 9 active again in glibc 2.7-5.
Ian Jackson a écrit :
> Aurelien Jarno writes ("Re: RFC3484 rule 9 active again in glibc 2.7-5."):
>> An IP which uses the same IP range as your computer, as defined by the
>> netmask. In short a local server which can be reached without a
> Ah. I see.
> So what you mean is that it will now:
> * prefer a server in the same subnet as one of the local interfaces
> as defined by the netmask on that interface, to a server which
> is not;
> * not otherwise sort servers according to their IPv4 address
> unless specifically configured
> That sounds exactly right.
> If you mean that _for servers on some local subnet_ it will prefer to
> use servers with a longer common prefix with the interface address,
> then I think that's wrong.
It is actually what is implemented.
IP on different subnet are not sorted, IP on some local subnet are
sorted by a longer common prefix with the interface address.
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