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Re: dns resolution timeouts


From: KELLY BROWN
Subject: Re: dns resolution timeouts
Date: Mon, 20 Mar 2006 10:32:07 -0800 (PST)

Tried BindToInterface, doesn't help.  Let me show you where I get stuck, I don't think it even gets to read my configs before it starts timing out on dns.

address@hidden:/var/lib$ sudo cfagent -q -v
Setting cfengine new port to 5308
Setting cfengine old port to 5308
Reference time set to Mon Mar 20 10:27:47 2006

GNU Configuration Engine -
2.1.14
Free Software Foundation 1994-
Donated by Mark Burgess, Faculty of Engineering,
Oslo University College, 0254 Oslo, Norway

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Host name is: cfclient
Operating System Type is linux
Operating System Release is 2.6.15.1-dell-1850-random
Architecture = i686


Using internal soft-class linux for host linux

The time is now Mon Mar 20 10:27:47 2006


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Additional hard class define! d as: 32_bit
Additional hard class defined as: linux_2_6_15_1_dell_1850_random
Additional hard class defined as: linux_i686
Additional hard class defined as: linux_i686_2_6_15_1_dell_1850_random
Additional hard class defined as: linux_i686_2_6_15_1_dell_1850_random__1_SMP_Wed_Jan_18_13_28_30_PST_2006

GNU autoconf class from compile time: compiled_on_linux_gnu

Address given by nameserver: 10.9.60.6
Interface 1: lo
Interface 2: eth0
Interface 3: eth0:1
Interface 4: eth0:2
Interface 5: eth0:3
Interface 6: eth0:4
Interface 7: eth0:5
Interface 8: eth0:6
Interface 9: eth0:7
Interface 10: eth0:8
Interface 11: eth0:9
Interface 12: eth0:10
Interface 13: eth0:11
Interface 14: eth0:12
Interface 15: eth0:13
Interface 16: eth0:14
Interface 17: eth0:16
Interface 18: eth0:17
Interface 19: eth0:18
Interface 20: eth0:19
Interface 21: eth0:20  #runs fine through here
Inter! face 22: eth2       # starts timing out here.
Interface 23: eth2:4
Interface 24: eth2:6
Interface 25: eth2:9
Interface 26: eth2:1
Interface 27: eth2:2
Interface 28: eth2:3
Interface 29: eth2:5


Mark Burgess <address@hidden> wrote:
Eli Stair wrote:
>
> I've seen mention of adding functionality to CFE in the future to
> assign it to an interface to use, but a quickie in your case may be to
> just add a static route to the IP of your cfengine server and adding
> its entry in /etc/hosts.
>
> /eli
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: address@hidden on behalf of KELLY
> BROWN
> Sent: Mon 3/20/2006 9:36 AM
> To: address@hidden
> Subject: dns resolution timeouts
>
> Hello all:
>
> I have a cfengine client that has to physical interfaces. One it
> uses to talk to cfengine and it has an ip address that is in dns. The
> other it would like cfagent to ignore completely as it's causing a
> problem with dns timeouts as it's ip addresses are not in dns. Is
> there some way for me to make it either ignore that interface or at
> least not try to resolve the ip's?
>
> Thx
> -Kelly
>
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have you tried the BindToInterface functionality? (see manual)
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