* [ECOS] IPv6 stack timing out addresses too soon w/ 1ms system tick?
@ 2014-01-18 22:10 Grant Edwards
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From: Grant Edwards @ 2014-01-18 22:10 UTC (permalink / raw)
I've got DHCPv6 client code that works great on one target, but on a
second target the IPv6 stack is timing out address assignments way too
soon (long before the lease expiry and long before the DHCPv6 client
thread asks for a lease renewal).
The target where the IPv6 stack times out addresses correctly has a
10ms timer tick. The target where the stack is timing out addresses
too soon has a 1ms timer tick. I have to change my test setup to
quatify "way too soon" but it does look like it might be timing out at
10% of the lease time.
Does the IPv6 stack require that the system timer tick be 10ms?
Grant Edwards grant.b.edwards Yow! Uh-oh!! I'm having
at TOO MUCH FUN!!
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