eth0: not responding (recovering)
suryateja042 at gmail.com
Sun Oct 6 15:34:14 UTC 2019
Hi Bill Thanks for your reply,
Yes I see traffic on the peer ports which i mentioned in the fail over
section of my configuration file.
My mclt value is 1800(30 min).
I am seeing these issues on the failover server and some times I see the
logs saying peer hold all free leases, but that scope is not completely
full with active entries in the dhcpd.lease file of that specified server
And one more strange thing I observerd in the lease file. In the file I
have statements like my status and peer status. In that peer status is
When will this happen? In general scenario it should be normal that is what
i got from internet, but the state is not getting updated in the lease file.
On Sat, 5 Oct 2019, 21:16 Bill Shirley, <bill at c3po.polymerindustries.biz>
> Assuming you're referring to DHCP failover, is there any traffic flow on
> port and peer port in the failover stanza?
> What is your value for mclt?
> Which server, primary or secondary, is giving the recovering message?
> On 10/5/2019 9:33 AM, Surya Teja wrote:
> Hi I have an issue in the lease flow with isc dhcp service. In the logs it
> is printing * eth0: not responding (recovering) *
> My local is set up with active-active mode(splt value as 50-50%) and
> because of some reason one of the appliance went down for some duration. I
> observed this and i bring it up, and duration of down is nearly 15hr.
> After i bring it up. I am seeing the logs saying not responding
> (recovering). Its been more than two hours still I am getting the same
> Does any one have any idea about this scenario and how to get the
> environment stable
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