SINGLESOCK - How much to strip away?

Eric S. Raymond esr at
Sat Jun 2 13:25:17 UTC 2018

Richard Laager via devel <devel at>:
> On 06/01/2018 10:06 PM, Mark Atwood via devel wrote:
> > As I type and think more, I ask, "What does Chrony do?", and I look at
> > [].  It has a
> > "bindaddress" directive, which uses IP address, not interface name.  And
> > only one bind address can be specified.  It freely admits that that
> > means Chrony is not the correct solution for serving down multiple
> > controlled interfaces at once.   Very simplifying, but not what we want.
> FWIW, for me, at least, the typical cases for daemons are:
> A) bind to localhost only (preferably at least ::1, else
> B) bind to everything (with additional control happening in the kernel)

Agreed.  This is my experience says is normal.
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