From: Mark Kilmartin (mrk at domain renre-europe.com)
Date: Fri 05 Oct 2001 - 09:32:42 IST
This works right up until the killall script id run at which point
dhcpcd is killed.
I did a fair bit of searching for this but could not find an answer so I
am in the middle of altering the dhcpcd code to do what I want.
On Thu, 2001-10-04 at 16:45, Niall O Broin wrote:
> On Thu, Oct 04, 2001 at 02:16:10PM +0100, Mark Kilmartin wrote:
> > I'm setting up diskless workstations.
> > I use kernel level DHCP configuration to set things up at first.
> > I then run dhcpcd to configure such things as the DNS server, gateway,
> > NIS domain, domainname, hostname etc.
> > The problem comes when I shutdown the machine.
> > When you stop dhcpcd it stops any interfaces it was running for.
> > I would rather it did not as being diskless the machines then can't
> > access there root.
> > Does anybody know of a way to stop dhcpcd stopping the interfaces when
> > it stops.
> OK - I'm no DHCP expert, but it occurs to me that you could simply remove
> the dhcpcd K scripts from the appropriate run level directories. I imagine
> that a "correct" use of DHCP would have you give back leases when you're
> finished with them but I don't suppose that'll be a big problem.
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