[CentOS-mirror] IPv6 Bittorrent tracker for CentOS torrents
João Carlos Mendes Luís
jonny at jonny.eng.br
Sun Oct 23 00:15:35 EDT 2011
On 22/10/2011, at 20:12, Matt Domsch <Matt_Domsch at dell.com> wrote:
> On Sat, Oct 22, 2011 at 10:36:06AM -0500, Anssi Johansson wrote:
>> Anssi Johansson kirjoitti:
>>> Hi, this message is related to the enhancement request I filed at
>>> http://bugs.centos.org/view.php?id=4652 where I proposed to have an
>>> IPv6-enabled CentOS torrent tracker.
>> I'm delighted to notice that nobody seems to have any objections
>> regarding this idea. So, when can we expect to see the new IPv6-enabled
>> torrent tracker?
> You mention in the previous note that you're using opentracker. What
> has your experience been with opentracker and IPv6? It's been about a
> year since I looked into this for Fedora's use, but opentracker was
> too buggy (trivial to crash with a query URL) to be usable. Has it
> improved enough to be considered stable? Have they fixed it so you
> can have a single binary rather than two (one for IPv4 and one for
> IPv6) ?
I am using transmission daemon with Fedora in an IPv6 setup. Indeed, I did not know that transmission supported IPv6, until I see lots of v6 traffic after tunnel setup. I had to config absolutely nothing! It just woks...
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