Re: Does NM start named?

On Wed, 2006-04-12 at 12:55 +0200, Filip Miletic wrote:
> Matthew Saltzman wrote:
> > In Fedora, you start named at boot, but to get it to talk to NM, you
> > need to connect it to dbus.  Add to /etc/sysconfig/named the line
> This is OK.
> > Also, do not install the bind-chroot package, but do install the
> > caching-nameserver package.
> This is OK too.
> > You say "since a few days."  What happened to chnage things?
> I can pinpoint the time when the problems started. It seems that a
> number of things went out of sync, and I'm still trying to figure out which.
> A while ago we had a power dip at work that killed the default DHCP
> server. A temporary DHCP was quickly set up. As soon as the temporary
> server started working, I could not obtain the name server address anymore.
> The default DHCP server has since been restored, but the problem
> remained. My admin says that my computer keeps requesting an IP number
> from the temporary DHCP server, which is for some reason still online.

Hmm, maybe dhclient has cached the IP/MAC of the temporary DHCP server
somewhere?   Try deleting everything in /var/lib/dhcp and trying


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