How does DHCPD determine what IP address to assign and...
David W. Hankins
David_Hankins at isc.org
Thu Jan 3 18:12:23 UTC 2008
On Thu, Jan 03, 2008 at 11:30:37AM -0600, Frank Bulk wrote:
> What we really need is standard regex in this matching stuff.
tar xzf dhcp-3.1.0.tar.gz
./configure ; make ; sudo make install
data-expression-1 ~= data-expression-2
data-expression-1 ~~ data-expression-2
The ~= and ~~ operators (not available on all systems) perform
extended regex(7) matching of the values of two data expressions,
returning true if data-expression-1 matches against the regular
expression evaluated by data-expression-2, or false if it does not
match or encounters some error. If either the left-hand side or the
right-hand side are null, the result is also false. The ~~ operator
differs from the ~= operator in that it is case-insensitive.
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