"Peer holds all free leases"
mausmus at chapman.edu
Thu Aug 26 17:21:50 UTC 2010
I have a question about setting the Split Value to 255. Everything I've
read says to leave the split value at 128 because this generates an even
split between the two servers. Does setting the Split Value to 255
still allocate free IPs in a 50/50 manner while both servers are up but
if one server fails it allows the remaining server to access all free
leases if needed?
I'm using CentOS 5.5 which is using rpm package dhcp-3.0.5-23.el5.
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From: Jiri Popelka [mailto:jpopelka at redhat.com]
Sent: Thursday, August 26, 2010 4:39 AM
To: Users of ISC DHCP
Subject: Re: "Peer holds all free leases"
On 08/26/2010 01:09 PM, Pooja Gada wrote:
I have been observing certain issues with the failover set up i
I have been hitting this particular issue when i set the Split Value to
Initially the Address Allocation for the clients works fine , and the
primary and the failover server are always in sync.
Now when i bring down the primary server , secondary is not able to
allocate all of the IP addresses which are free in the pool, after a
certain time , it logs the message
"Peer holds all free leases".
And i am certain that there are certain IP addresses which are in free
state and hence can be allocated , but are not allocated by the
Now when i bring up the primary server , the primary is able to allocate
all of the remaining IP addresses.
Can you let me know what may be causing this issue ?
What is the version of dhcp you are using ?
This problem has been fixed in dhcp-3.1.2.
for Changes since 3.1.1
* A partner-down failover server no longer emits 'peer holds all free
leases' if it is able to newly-allocate one of the peer's leases.
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