Primary / Secundary cluster with synced leases created using omapi
yamakasi.014 at gmail.com
Sat Aug 6 23:29:07 UTC 2016
Nail; This helps a lot in clearification. Shawn the same for you.
The issue is that the dynamic leases with hostname and such on the
primary are not seen on the secondary in the leases file. I would
say... somewhere had to be that information like the same ? I only see
"free" ones on the secondary where a test client which has a dynamic
entry on the master is "free" without any further information (so
hostname) on the secondary.
So that is where my lease goes wrong when I turn off the primary,
reboot the client and the secondary hands out... it just picks an
available IP from the pool/range.
2016-08-06 23:20 GMT+02:00 Shawn Routhier <sar at isc.org>:
>> On Aug 6, 2016, at 1:43 PM, S Carr <sjcarr at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On 6 August 2016 at 21:29, Matt . <yamakasi.014 at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> What you say happens, but when I reboot a machine with the secondary
>>> dhcp server available only it doesn't get the same IP as it did before
>>> You say I should see a refresh of all IP's/Mac as they were assigned
>>> on the primary ? I need to check but I don't see that think.
>> Primary should be syncing the leases to the secondary (and vice-versa)
>> so both peers have the same MAC to IP mapping for the client. Normally
>> DHCPD doesn't purge/reuse IP addresses until it needs to, so as long
>> as you have sufficient IP addresses in the subnet then the client
>> should get the same IP it had previously.
> It is true that the servers don’t purge leases in general.
> But if the lease is allowed to expire it will go to either
> free (on the primary) or backup (on the secondary).
> If the server that owns that address is unavailable then
> when the other server provides an address the client
> won’t be able to get the original address.
>> If it's not then either your client is changing it's MAC address or
>> something else is causing DHCPD to reuse the lease once the client
>> releases it on shutdown, so it's not available when it comes back
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