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Author Michael.Felt
Recipients David.Edelsohn, Michael.Felt, italip, miss-islington, ncoghlan, pitrou, serhiy.storchaka, taleinat
Date 2019-07-15.14:50:10
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On 14/07/2019 22:28, Tal Einat wrote:
> Tal Einat <> added the comment:
>>> The current code and proposed changes use 'netstat -ia' to find the node however if netstat needs to perform a reverse DNS query to resolve some interfaces this makes using uuid1 *really* slow especially when reverse DNS queries aren't set up correctly or timeout.
>>>    mac = _find_mac_netstat('netstat', '-ia', b'Address', lambda i: i)
>>> Would it be possible to change the netstat call to add 'n' to the nestat options, i.e. _find_mac_netstat('netstat', '-ian', ...) to prevent netstat from attempting to resolve addresses?
>> Sounds like an excellent idea. Gives me a reason to get started again. Thx!
> I don't see this in PR GH-28009; should this change be made?
I am testing with "-ian" - on top of the changes you have already made.
I'll push asap, assuming all goes well.
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