[arch-general] A question about handling a system with two wired network interfaces?
mike.cloaked at gmail.com
Tue Feb 19 16:27:59 EST 2013
On Tue, Feb 19, 2013 at 9:03 PM, Mike Cloaked <mike.cloaked at gmail.com>wrote:
>> I will check which of the two is enabled - but I have since my last post
> now switched on dhcpd (server) and named services - after boot the dhcpd
> service had entered a failed state and I am now wondering if I need to add
> the systemd-udev-settle.service lines in the service file for dhcpd as
To add to the information about the named and dhcpd services - I just
double checked after posting the previous reply - and although the named
service "appears" to be running normally the dhcpd4 service is failed
immediately after boot - and the DNS lookups don't work - however after the
system is booted then doing the following in the order show gets the system
systemctl restart dhcpd4
systemctl restart named
Once that is done then both dns and dhcp server services are operating
correctly - however I then have to log out of KDE and back in again as for
example my weather applet within the KDE desktop won't restart until I have
correctly got dhcpd4 and named restarted, and then logged out and back in.
So I guess there are timing dependency issues for these two services as
I would value any advice on a work around for this so that everything is
working without manual intervention once the boot is complete. If it is any
help the boot analysis gives:
[root at home1 ~]# systemd-analyze blame
So the dhcpd4 service is fast compared to the NetworkManager service.
Thanks in advance.
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