Documentation for dhclient.
stman937-dhcp at hotmail.com
Wed May 11 00:41:13 UTC 2011
> My manpage has:
> > The -r flag explicitly releases the current lease, and once the
> > lease has been released, the client exits.
> > If the client is killed by a signal (for example at shutdown or
> > reboot) it won't execute the dhclient-script (8) at exit. However
> > if you shut the client down gracefully with -r or -x it will
> > execute dhclient-script (8) at shutdown with the specific reason for
> > calling the script set.
Maybe you could tell me what's the difference between the -r and -x
Thanks for your help,Stephan
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