ptwinn at cimtel.net
Wed Apr 25 15:23:51 UTC 2012
You could also use this PHP code I wrote a while back to send a
to a server and ask it about a lease like 184.108.40.206 or something you know
This will cause the server to send back a packet stating it has no info
on that lease..which in
turn shows you it is alive and responding. Then just run a cron job on a
remote box or two
which lives in a loop that wakes up periodically, sends a DHCPLEASEQUERY
if it gets a response, goes back to sleep. Otherwise, it starts sending
out emails to the
appropriate admins to say that it's unresponsive.
..or you could be a tad more elaborate and do like I did...write a PHP
daemon that stays
resident on a remote box and makes use of the class above to talk to the
DHCP servers you
want to monitor instead of running a cron job.
The PHP code for creating/sending DHCPLEASEQUERY packets lives here:
Coincidentally, I wrote that class in order to poll the DHCP daemon each
time I receive a
DHCPREQUEST packet with option-82 info in it in order to get timers,
etc. that I otherwise
can't get from tailing the leases file. This lends towards better (and
Patrick T. Winn
Senior Systems Engineer
Cimarron Telephone, Co.
Desk: 918-865-3311 x280
On 04/25/2012 06:30 AM, Gerald Vogt wrote:
> Send a DHCP request to the server and wait for the answer. That's the
> best method to find out whether it's responding or not...
> On Wednesday, April 25, 2012, wrote:
> In ISC DHCP-4.2.3 , Is there are any ways to identify that the
> DHCP process(dhcpd) is hanging on a deadlock or infinite loop ,
> though the process state is running.
> Is there any interface available or methods available?
> Ameen S
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