On Jan 18, 2007, at 11:59 AM, Darryl Hoar wrote:
I am considering modifying my web/email server by adding DHCP server
duties to it. Any problems with this idea ? I can reboot the
I need to without screwing up the clients that already have IP
can't I ?
No, the DHCP server is a rather lightweight daemon and will not add
much load to your current system. And yes, one could reboot the
machine acting as your DHCP server without screwing up the clients
which have already gotten a IP/lease.
Note that rebooting a Unix system is normally not needed for anything
short of installing a new kernel...
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