Bug#984707: systemd-networkd: DHCP-assigned IPv6 address lost after router restart, backport of bd7d6cec

Tiziano Müller tm at dev-zero.ch
Tue Mar 16 15:36:24 GMT 2021

Hi Michael,

thank you very much for the reminder, I will try to build the package 
with the patch as fast as I can and see whether I can verify that it 
fixes the issue.

Best regards,

On 3/16/21 4:34 PM, Michael Biebl wrote:
> Hello Tiziano,
> the next stable point release 10.9 will be Saturday
> March 27th. Processing of new uploads into buster-proposed-updates will
> be frozen during the preceding weekend.
> Since I lack the setup to verify the fix, I have to rely on you.
> If you want to see this fixed in stable, it would be great to have a 
> confirmation really soon, that this commit really fixes the issue you 
> are seeing.
> Regards,
> Michael
> Am 08.03.21 um 16:36 schrieb Michael Biebl:
>> Control: fixed -1 243-1
>> Control: user pkg-systemd-maintainers at lists.alioth.debian.org
>> Control: usertag -1 + buster-backport
>> Hello Tiziano
>> Am 07.03.21 um 15:12 schrieb Tiziano Müller:
>>> my NAS running Armbian Buster is losing its DHCPv6 assigned IPv6 address
>>> upon restart of the router. A restart of the NAS is required to fix it.
>>> I believe this to be the upstream issue 
>>> https://github.com/systemd/systemd/issues/2365
>>> which was fixed in systemd v243+. Since installation of the systemd
>>> package from backports would break OpenMediaVault, I would like to ask
>>> whether it is possible to backport the necessary fix to stable instead:
>>> https://github.com/systemd/systemd/commit/bd7d6cec331a00fed29d00c2498f04e83d70b19c 
>>> The context of the patch changed slightly, so it won't apply cleanly out
>>> of the box. I can provide the adapted patch if that helps.
>> Would be great to have a tested patch, i.e. a confirmation that the 
>> issue is actually fixed by bd7d6cec331a00fed29d00c2498f04e83d70b19c
>> The change itself looks small enough, so should be suitable for an 
>> inclusion in a stable update (user tagging accordingly).
>> Regards,
>> Michael

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