DHCP 4 and ldap messages
scottro at nyc.rr.com
Wed Dec 9 13:47:51 UTC 2009
I did some cursory googling for this, as well as a brief look at isc.org
but didn't see anything non-Fedora specific on this.
In F12 and F13, when one starts the dhcp server daemon, a
message is given:
Not searching LDAP since ldap-server, ldap-port, ldap-username,
ldap-password and ldap-baes-dn were not specified in the config file.
Is this a standard dhcp-4 thing, or a Fedora-ism.
There's no mention of LDAP in the dhcpd.conf(5) man page. I know there
used to be a separate dhcp-ldap package (at least in CentOS). (I also
see that the man page seems to be a general ISC one, not Fedora's.)
It's not an error per se, DHCPD still works.
I don't see mention of it in the release notes. (I didn't scour them
thoroughly, I just glanced at the changes for sysadmins.)
Might be worth a mention, if only to avoid confusion--at least one
person on the forums figured they'd broken something.
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