Quoting Nick Murtagh (nickm at go2.ie):
> Interesting, I never noticed. I upgraded over the net using urpmi. What
> problems does it cause?
If the address has an IPv6 address, you try and connect
to it, until it times out, and fall back to IPv4.
It does depend on the setup in question, for example
if you won't route the packet anywhere, this step
doesn't take long enough to notice.
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