Date: 2007-02-17 02:40:47
> On Fri, 16 Feb 2007 18:01:48 +0530, Gaurav.Jain <at>
> > Following test case got failed during execution :
> > multicast.cpp
> The errors from this test indicate a problem with multicast and IPv6.
> you have IPv6 network interfaces (including loopback) present on this
> system (i.e. visible when you run ifconfig)? Is multicast enabled for
Sorry Chris, IPv6 network interfaces not available on my machine.
> can you confirm for me whether the Sun C++ compiler defines the
> macro "__sun"?
Form the Solaris 10 man pages following are the predefined macros:
__STDC__ = 0
__SUNPRO_CC = 0x580
__SUNPRO_CC_COMPAT = 4 or 5
__`uname -s`_`uname -r` (replacing invalid charac-
ters with underscores, for example: -D__SunOS_5_8,
__ARRAYNEW if the "array" forms of operators new
and delete are enabled
_BOOL if type bool is enabled
> > Following test case got failed on execution :
> > socket_base.cpp
> It seems that the SO_SNDLOWAT and SO_RCVLOWAT socket options are not
> supported on Solaris 10. I just need to confirm this, and if it is the
> case I will change the code to expect this failure.
A select() operation testing the ability to write to a socket shall
return true only if the send low water mark could be processed. The
default value for SO_SNDLOWAT is implementation-defined and
protocol-specific. It is implementation-defined whether the SO_SNDLOWAT
option can be set.
Also according to Solaris 10 man page following options are supported
for setsockopt() SO_DEBUG, SO_BROADCAST, SO_REUSEADDR, SO_KEEPALIVE,
SO_LINGER, SO_OOBINLINE, SO_SNDBUF, SO_RCVBUF, SO_DONTROUTE
SO_SNDLOWAT and SO_RCVLOWAT are not even supported on HP-UX.
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