Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 836329
koji.ssl.SSLCommon.PlgHTTPSConnection() forces IPv4
Last modified: 2013-07-31 19:47:19 EDT
Created attachment 595097 [details]
Quick hack to try AF_INET and AF_INET6
Description of problem:
socket.socket() is only called with family=socket.AF_INET, which prevents usage of IPv6 protocol.
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Is someone working on that?
I'm the original author of that bit of Plague code which Koji took over; patch looks fine to me... I don't have any commit rights for Koji though since I'm long out of the infrastructure business.
Thanks for the patch Alexey, and thanks for looking Dan. I'll have a look next week.
I suggest that socket.AF_INET6 be tried before socket.AF_INET just because thats the prefered way of doing things in the wild in that if there is a ipv6 address it will be tried first.
Currently in F18 (koji-1.7.1-2.fc18.noarch) in this code socket.getaddrinfo() function is used, so it should work as expected.
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