mdehaan at redhat.com
Thu May 24 15:42:34 UTC 2007
Michael DeHaan wrote:
>>>> I've got a rough implementation coded up together on my server now
>>>> that allows for using dnsmasq instead of ISC. Works pretty well.
>>>> What you do is set "manage_dhcpd_mode" to "dnsmasq" and then can do
>>>> things like:
>>>> cobbler system add --name=AA:BB:CC:DD:EE:FF
>>>> --ip-address=192.168.1.50 --hostname=blippy
This is checked in now, if anyone interested in using dnsmasq with
cobbler would like to take a look at it ... I really like what I see so far.
git clone git://et.redhat.com/cobbler
To enable this, go into /var/lib/cobbler/settings and add
(A) set 'manage_dhcp_mode' to 1
(B) set 'manage_dhcp_mode' = 'dnsmasq' (if you want to go back, change
See the manpage notes before proceeding. If you have an existing dnsmasq
config, copy the relevant bits to /etc/cobbler/dnsmasq.template first so
it won't be overwritten.
Off to look at dynamic control options now...
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