[avahi] Mono-bindings: ServiceResolver not resolving...
cpinto at yimports.com
Mon Oct 3 08:35:21 PDT 2005
thanks for the tip. I'll bring this issue to the attention of the
On Dom, 2005-10-02 at 21:00 -0700, Marc Krochmal wrote:
> Hi Celso,
> One comment about your service type "_ifolder_member._tcp". If
> possible, you should avoid using underscores in the middle of the
> service type, since the service label should only be letters, digits
> and hyphens. This is so service types can eventually be merged with
> IANA's protocol name list.
> The current protocol and port number list requires protocol short
> names to be 14 characters maximum, consisting of letters, digits and
> So if possible, switch to using "_ifolder-member._tcp".
> Best Regards,
> On Sep 29, 2005, at 5:42 PM, Celso Pinto wrote:
> > Hi Lennart,
> > thanks for such a quick reply.
> >> Hmm? I don't quite understand. Why doesn't the first computer get
> >> notified about "service added"? Is this a bug in Avahi?
> >> Did you stop the program on your second machine? If so it's not
> >> surprising that you cannot resolve the service it created. Avahi
> >> sends
> >> out goodbye records for a services where the owning program
> >> terminates, so that they removed from all caches on the network.
> > Nope, the code is still running on the second machine. It's not
> > really a
> > second machine... I launched the application under a different user at
> > the same machine, as you will be able to tell from the IP address
> > on the
> > dump file.
> > Let me try and explain myself a little better:
> > - one user launches application, publishes service, listens for other
> > publishers
> > - second user launches the application, publishes the service, first
> > user is notified, listens for publishers. Never finds out about 1st
> > user.
> > - first user closes app. has second user's service name cached in a
> > database. user opens the application again, isn't notified about the
> > second user but because it already has a service name, tries to
> > resolve
> > that service name to no avail.
> >> Is that Avahi 0.5 or SVN?
> > Downloaded from SVN on the 26th.
> >> Not even with a TIMEOUT event? shouldn't happen.
> > Apparently not. I just added a debug output line to see if the
> > resolution timed-out... nothing shows up in the log files.
> >>> If this isn't a known bug, I'm more than willing to send the source
> >>> code.
> >> Yes, please. That would be best.
> > OK, I'm attaching the file as well.
> > Looking forward for your comments.
> > Regards,
> > Celso
> > --
> > Celso Pinto <cpinto at yimports.com>
> > <avahi.dump>
> > <Avahi.cs.gz>
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