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Tue Oct 7 15:01:50 UTC 2008
Karl Auer wrote:
> On Tue, 2008-10-07 at 00:05 -0300, Derek Broughton wrote:
>> > search domain, close. Result - resolv.conf has the new domain in it.
>> > dhclient was not involved.
>> How do you know?
> Because the process ID of dhclient did not change as it does if
> NetworkManager runs it, and because I looked at /sbin/dhclient-script.
Hang on, now. dhclient is _always_ running. I've already pointed out to
you that NM isn't even involved here, so there's no reason technically that
it can't have been dhclient that updated resolv.conf (I'm inclined to
suspect that you're right that it wasn't dhclient but I really don't want
to be forced to play with my own network settings to verify it).
>> > I do know where it's saved (at least the search domains) - it is saved
>> > in /etc/resolv.conf. Try it.
>> No, it isn't. /etc/resolv.conf is rewritten _completely_ every time
>> dhclient runs. It's a result, it's not the place the DNS config is
> Sorry, bad word to use, "saved". I don't know where Network Manager
> stores it's version of reality.
I give up. Network Manager was not involved.
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