Keith.Lawson at sjhc.london.on.ca
Thu Apr 19 19:54:45 UTC 2007
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>>> On Thu, Apr 19, 2007 at 3:03 PM, in message <4627BCF9.7060405 at myra.com>,
Margarita Parker <mparker at myra.com> wrote:
> I did not touch the server.xml file. Do I need to do something to it?
> Where is it located?
> I ran the svcs - cx and it the c is not an option.
> svcs - x dhcp- server
> svc:/network/dhcp- server:default (DHCP server)
> State: online since Wed Apr 11 11:14:15 2007
> See: in.dhcpd(1M)
> See: /var/svc/log/network- dhcp- server:default.log
> Impact: None.
That's Sun's packaged DHCP server you're trying to work with, not ISC's DHCP server. ISC's DHCP server doesn't come bundled with Solaris 10 as far as I know. You'd have to compile and install ISC's then do "svcadm disable dhcp-server" to disable Sun's version if you want to run the ISC's DHCP server, which is what this list is for.
> Migneron Richard wrote:
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>> Did you modify the dhcp server.xml file ??
>> If so, you need to import the new xml file with "svccfg import /var/=20
>> svc...", followed by an svcadm enable svc:/netw...
>> Otherwise, what does "svcs - cx" (I think those are the right options =20
>> to see which errors the service gives when not starting, I'm not at =20
>> work right now !) tells you ???
>> Hopes it helps !
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>> On 19 avr. 07, at 19:05, Margarita Parker wrote:
>>> I have setup a dhcp server on a solaris 10 box.
>>> I looked at the config, and it seems right, but for some reason it is
>>> not working.
>>> When I issue a svcs - l of the dhcp- server, it all looks fine.
>>> Can someone point me in the right direction?
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