Reload of dhcpd
TomSchmitt at gmx.de
Fri Feb 22 00:56:29 UTC 2008
The start-scripts of the distros usualy using the first possibility. But that doesn't necessarily means that this is the better one.
-------- Original-Nachricht --------
> Von: Romer Ventura <rventura at h-st.com>
> Wouldn't the use of the init script work..? I guess it depends on your
> Maybe "service dhcpd reload" works, it sure does in SLES and RHEL...
> On 2/21/08 9:41 AM, "Tom Schmitt" <TomSchmitt at gmx.de> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I have a (maybe stupid) question.
> > I have two DHCP-servers in failovermode. Now I modify the dhcpd.conf of
> > running servers and want them to reload the config. In the documentation
> > found two possibilities to do that and my question is, which of them is
> > better one? (Or is there a third?)
> > Possibility 1:
> > Send a kill-signal to the first server (the peer is going into
> > communication-interrupted) and start it again. Then do the same with
> > the second server.
> > Possibility 2:
> > Set the first server via OMAPI to shutdown (the peer is going into
> > partner-down) and start it again. Then do the same with the second
> > server.
> > Any suggestion what the right way is?
> > Thanks,
> > Tom.
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