The rc.d mess strikes back
M. Warner Losh
imp at bsdimp.com
Mon Mar 2 12:28:09 PST 2009
In message: <2fd864e0903020512i22b2c31fg487aaf37fed6398b at mail.gmail.com>
Astrodog <astrodog at gmail.com> writes:
: As unfortunate (and annoying) as that delay was, your system was in a
: "defined" state, at the end of rc.d. As things stand now, that doesn't
: appear to be the case anymore, and I think that may be a more
: significant issue than the delay.
I'd be happy with synchronous dhcp.
: --- Harrison
: On Mon, Mar 2, 2009 at 6:19 AM, Mike Makonnen <mmakonnen at gmail.com> wrote:
: > Garrett Cooper wrote:
: >>> : Could we just unwind this rc.d mess? It seems to be causing issues
: >>> : and wasn't very thoroughly tested before commit.
: > This is not an option because the previous behavior caused an unconditional
: > 30 sec. delay if the system wasn't plugged in (or if it is plugged in but
: > not on a DHCP network). I think making synchronous_dhclient default to YES
: > is the best option.
: > Cheers.
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