On Thu, Oct 06, 2005 at 02:04:44PM +0200, Klaus Ethgen wrote:
> Hi Marco,
> unfortunality your mail address is not valid so I answer you here.
> Am Do den 6. Okt 2005 um 13:48 schrieb Marco d'Itri:
> > In other words, you don't know and are just handwaving. Next?
> No, I just do not remember which software it was. I absolutely remember
> THAT it was a problem with localhost.localdomain and THAT it takes me
> long time to debug.
That's not helpful.
Problems can have many causes. One of them may be that
localhost.localdomain is unexpected; another may be that the software
you were using is buggy, or misconfigured. Also, it could be that the
problem you experienced back then has been fixed in the mean time.
There's only one way to be sure, and that is to examine the problem in
detail. If it is clear from your example that localhost.localdomain does
indeed cause many problems, we could consider not using it by default
anymore. However, if we find that the problem is just a bug, it would be
better to fix it rather than removing something which many people expect
to be there.
Since you're not providing details, however, this isn't possible, and
the only sensible course of action is to ignore your claims.
The amount of time between slipping on the peel and landing on the
pavement is precisely one bananosecond