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Re: tcp-conn hang at end of "server...low priority"

  > Marten Terpstra <Marten.Terpstra@localhost writes:
  > Nothing wrong Wilfried, just impatient ;-) You indeed received what
  > you expected, but that was only the network objects. It was trying to
  > find the route objects for you next. Because of a lack of tree like
  > structure in the routes (no "assignment chain") this means the
  > database software has to check a lot of routes to see if they are more
  > specific and this is slow. And yes, it can be really slow for routes
  > right now.

A work around is to ask for network objects only with "-T inetnum".


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