passing values to client: how big?
jhutz at cmu.edu
Tue Jan 13 18:25:13 UTC 2009
--On Tuesday, January 13, 2009 10:12:05 AM -0800 "David W. Hankins"
<David_Hankins at isc.org> wrote:
>> There is also a facility to redefine the server and file fields as
>> option space, this gives an extra 192 bytes for options.
> This is also semi-automatic. It obviously can't work if you've
> configured a file or server-name parameter. If the server needs
> the extra space, and these fields aren't already in use directly,
> it automatically uses them for 'option overloading'.
There are options that can be used for carrying a filename and/or
nextserver when the overload option is used. It would seem appropriate for
the server to use these automatically when appropriate.
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