Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1006615
IPv6 <-> IPv4 mismatch when subscribing to multicast (upstream patch)
Last modified: 2014-02-05 17:22:34 EST
Description of problem:
There's a bug in glibc that causes gstreamer to fail when trying to use multicast address. A patch was created and it was fixed in glibc 2.35.3
It would be great if we could apply this patch to our current glibc.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. don't explicitly disable IPv6, and
2. from a terminal run
$ GST_DEBUG=*udpsink*:5 gst-launch-1.0 fakesrc ! udpsink host=18.104.22.168 port=1234
(gst-launch-1.0:26827): GLib-GIO-CRITICAL **:
g_socket_multicast_group_operation: assertion `g_inet_address_get_family
(group) == socket->priv->family' failed
Could not join multicast group: unknown reason
ERROR: pipeline doesn't want to preroll.
The pipeline should run.
More details can be found under the associated gstreamer and glibc bug reports
Note that I said glibc in the comments when I really meant glib2.
Also note that this only effects F18 as F19 and above are glib2 >= 2.35.2.
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