[Vm-dev] Re: [squeak-dev] Unix VM listen behavior?
bert at freudenbergs.de
Wed Jan 14 09:07:22 UTC 2009
On 14.01.2009, at 07:38, Andreas Raab wrote:
> Hi Folks -
> I have a quick question about the expected behavior of the Unix VM
> when running on a machine with multiple IP addresses. We have a box
> with two interfaces (eth0 and eth1 respectively) and only eth0 was
> originally enabled. Listening without specifying an interface worked
> fine for clients connecting to the (static) IP configured for eth0.
> Then, we enabled eth1 and gave it its own (static) IP address. We
> had two images running, one without specifying the interface, one
> specifying the IP for eth1 (both images had been restarted after the
> change was made). The result was that clients could connect to the
> image running on eth1 but not to the one running on eth0. Only when
> we changed that image to use the explicit IP address configured for
> eth0 everything worked as expected (i.e., clients could connect to
> either IP address).
> Question: Is this the expected behavior? I'm not sure if not
> specifying the interface implies that the VM accepts connections on
> all interfaces, or only the first one, the last one, a random one or
> not at all. Any insights are greatly appreciated - we have a working
> setup but it would be nice to know whether this is what we should
> expect to see or not.
Well, I would expect it to listen on all interfaces.
What does netstat say (or lsof)?
- Bert -
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