When your server boots too fast: How to slow it down?

Niklaas Baudet von Gersdorff stdin at niklaas.eu
Sat Jun 11 19:32:24 UTC 2016

Michael Sierchio [2016-06-11 11:23 -0700] :

> Assuming your external IP is assigned via DHCP... in /etc/rc.conf
> ifconfig_<your-ext-if>="SYNCDHCP"

Indeed I had


in rc.conf because the public IPv4 is assigned by the router.
However, changing it to SYNCDHCP helped only partly. Now,
tincd starts but both postfix and sshd still fail.

Does SYNCDHCP also apply to IPv6?

I did some research in /etc/rc.d and found out that there is


Am I right assuming that it's the same as SYNCDHCP but for
*every* interface?

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