hashmat.email at gmail.com
Tue Oct 20 07:33:29 UTC 2009
> It is possible to store variables but be aware that these are stored in
>> your leases file also. Based on the size of that file this may or may not be
>> a concern for you.
> Further browsing through Droms and Lemon showed how to create them:
> set variable-name = value;
> and it's possible to prevent them being stored in leases by unsetting them
> when they've done their job:
> unset variable-name;
> I also found mention of them in the dhcpd.leases(5) man page:
> set variable = value;
> The set statement sets the value of a variable on the lease. For
> eral information on variables, see the dhcp-eval(5) manual page.
I did check the eval on my ver 4.0.0, I didn't find. Also I couldn't find at
> However, its promise of more information in the dhcpd-eval(5) man page was
> hollow--there's nothing about them there at all.
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