[SM-Commit] GIT changes to master grimoire by Eric Sandall (591516a80f42cc0bb34453a146ff2dff00276163)
eric at sandall.us
Thu Dec 17 22:50:07 EST 2009
Quoting flux <flux at sourcemage.org>:
> Eric Sandall (eric at sandall.us) wrote [09.12.17 22:36]:
>> Quoting flux <flux at sourcemage.org>:
>> > Eric Sandall (scm at sourcemage.org) wrote [09.12.17 20:03]:
>> >> GIT changes to master grimoire by Eric Sandall <sandalle at sourcemage.org>:
>> >> libs/libvirt/DEPENDS | 4 +++-
>> >> libs/libvirt/HISTORY | 4 ++++
>> >> 2 files changed, 7 insertions(+), 1 deletion(-)
>> >> New commits:
>> >> commit 591516a80f42cc0bb34453a146ff2dff00276163
>> >> Author: Eric Sandall <sandalle at sourcemage.org>
>> >> Commit: Eric Sandall <sandalle at sourcemage.org>
>> >> libvirt: Suggest nc for SSH tunneling
>> >> See http://libvirt.org/remote.html#Remote_transports
>> > Could this also use socat, which is a much more up-to-date program than
>> > nc? The command syntax is different between the two, but I'm not sure if
>> > that matters for libvirt or not.
>> So long as it can be run as `nc -U` it should work.
> I don't know about on your system, but on my system `nc -U` returns:
> nc: invalid option -- '-U'
> Did you test this with libvirt to see if it actually works? There is a
> -U option for socat by the way, which means unidirectional mode in
> reverse direction. However, the syntax for specifying local and remote
> locations is different between socat and nc, so I'm betting it would
> have to be scripted with socat if the addresses are hardcoded in libvirt
> (though it *should* work if the script is run).
I haven't gotten it to work yet, just going off the directions on the
site trying to get it to work. Perhaps socat would work better, I'll
try that tomorrow.
Eric Sandall | Source Mage GNU/Linux Developer
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