arm kernel does not support SCTP?
dennis at ausil.us
Wed Apr 9 03:10:30 UTC 2014
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On Wed, 9 Apr 2014 03:24:22 +0100
Peter Robinson <pbrobinson at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I'm updating socat to run all its test cases, and I'm running into
> > an error only on the arm architecture:
> > test 151 SCTP4LISTENFORK: SCTP4 listen handles 2 concurrent
> > connections... !port 40157 timed out! FAILED
> > 2014/04/09 01:36:12 server E socket(2, 1, 132): Protocol not
> > supported 2014/04/09 01:36:14 client E socket(2, 1, 132):
> > Protocol not supported 2014/04/09 01:36:15 client E socket(2,
> > 1, 132): Protocol not supported 1,3d0
> > Is this a known issue or feature? Is SCTP disabled in the arm
> > kernel on purpose?
> Not a known issue or feature. For the ARM kernel config we inherit all
> the network config options from config-generic so if it's supported on
> ARM, and I don't see why it shouldn't be, it should be there. Looking
> at a couple of ARM devices the
> "/lib/modules/<kernel-version>/kernel/net/sctp/" directory is empty
> but then it's also empty on my x86_64 laptop too.
> Presumably this is an issue on the koji builders, if you can send me
> details I can run on HW let me know and I'll test it locally.
Looked into it after a irc discussion. the outcome being that the
builders did not have installed kernel-modules-extra installed for the
running kernel so did not have access to the sctp module. they are all
being rebooted into the latest kernel where they will have access to
the module and things should just work
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