performance with 20000 classes; release a lease manually
Glenn.Satchell at uniq.com.au
Thu May 28 12:27:56 UTC 2009
>Date: Thu, 28 May 2009 14:19:17 +0200
>Subject: Re: performance with 20000 classes; release a lease manually
>From: stefan novak <lms.brubaker at gmail.com>
>To: Users of ISC DHCP <dhcp-users at lists.isc.org>
>X-BeenThere: dhcp-users at lists.isc.org
>thx for the replies..
> match if binary-to-ascii(16, 8, ":", option agent.remote-id) =
>is equivalent to :
> match if option agent.remote-id = \00\1e\69\ef\8e\b5
>is not working for me...
No, the syntax requires it to be colon separated pairs of hex digits,
which just happens to look like a mac address. Note no quotes around
the right hand side.
match if option agent.remote-id = 0:1e:69:ef:8e:b5;
A string, enclosed in quotes, may be specified as a data
expression, and returns the text between the quotes,
encoded in ASCII. The backslash ('\') character is
treated specially, as in C programming: '\t' means TAB,
'\r' means carriage return, '\n' means newline, and '\b'
means bell. Any octal value can be specified with
'\nnn', where nnn is any positive octal number less than
0400. Any hexadecimal value can be specified with '\xnn',
where nn is any positive hexadecimal number less than or
equal to 0xff.
colon-separated hexadecimal list
A list of hexadecimal octet values, separated by colons,
may be specified as a data expression.
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