maihem at maihem.org
Tue Nov 15 15:27:00 CST 2005
George Deka wrote:
> move dhcp discovery to as early in the boot process as possible and call it
> with -nw so it tries to get a ip in the background.
> Then leave ntp to the last of the boot items, that way you should have
> secured a ip in that time, also maybe look into reducing the ntp timeout.
Or have dhcp discovery check for a trigger to run when it has finished.
If there is no route to the ntp server ntpdate could set the trigger,
then retry. That would guarantee that ntpdate runs as early as possible,
and can all be run in the background. It *might*, occasionally, run
twice though; is that a problem?
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