David W. Hankins
David_Hankins at isc.org
Tue Sep 26 20:45:35 UTC 2006
On Tue, Sep 26, 2006 at 10:38:05AM -0500, Sean Kelly wrote:
> Thirty days?! What was the justification behind making your lease times so
This is an excellent idea for, eg, a collection of servers, or any
client population (even desktops) where the systems do not shutdown
or reboot often. Actually, larger numbers are even better ideas (I
know of an installation that uses ~6 month lease times for server
It is not so excellent an idea for 'laptop populations' or any which
tend to be turned on and off daily...this activity trumps the lease
times, and leaves stale leases hanging (the problem being reported).
Since this configuration parameter can be scoped, it might not be
a bad idea to select long times for static populations (employee
networks?) and short times for highly dynamic populations (student
or guest networks?).
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