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Re: internet slow with kernel 2.6



I removed the ipv6 module and rebooted. In the logging output I could 
see that the syslog daemon triggers the load of ipv6. Is it possible 
to "deconfigure" this behaviour? Besides that I could confirm that 
the culprit is indeed the ipv6 module. Without it the dsl speed is 
fine.

Anyway, the real solutions must be to solve the issue with ipv6. Now I 
wonder if this is a problem that only shows up on ppc (or maybe only 
on iBooks?).

Martin

Am Friday 01 October 2004 08:24 schrieb Frank Murphy:
> On Thursday 30 September 2004 10:10, Eric Gaumer wrote:
> > On Thu, 2004-09-30 at 00:31, Arne Caspari wrote:
> > > Does anybody know how IPv6 can be disabled in Debian correctly
> > > ( something like dpkg-reconfigure... )? I used some hack in my
> > > startup scripts to make things work IIRC.
> >
> > You should be able to disable it via /etc/modutils/aliases
>
> That might not be enough. For me, sshd was listening on IPv6 ports,
> so loading the ipv6 module. To stop this, I uncommented the line
> "ListenAddress 0.0.0.0" which causes sshd to only listen on IPv4
> ports.
>
> However, I still have a pretty severe slowdown when loading
> http://sfgate.com/. With kernel 2.4.25, it loads fine, but with
> 2.6.8 it takes a long time (30seconds?)
>
> Frank



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