On 4/8/19 3:58 PM, wkitt...@gmail.com wrote: is there some ID or signature that could be used to differentiate between separate dnsmasq instances? if so, one could specify that in the config and that could be used with dbus to separate the instances and how they communicate... i mixed up
On 4/8/19 1:52 PM, Jan Willem Janssen wrote: I've to give it some thought about how we could support multiple Dnsmasq instances in combination with UBus. Not sure how the DBus implementation would handle this... is there some ID or signature that could be used to differentiate between
> > I've to give it some thought about how we could support multiple Dnsmasq > instances in > combination with UBus. Not sure how the DBus implementation would handle > this... It doesn't: the path is a compile-time parameter. It's not clear that the entities on the other end of the UBus
Hi, On Mon, 2019-04-08 at 16:24 +0200, e9hack wrote: > From the first I see: > daemon.info dnsmasq: Connected to system UBus > daemon.info dnsmasq: UBus support enabled: connected to system bus > > From the second I see: > daemon.err dnsmasq: Cannot add object to UBus: Invalid
@Jan? (I suspect that nothing has changed, except that a previously silent error is now no longer silent, but it would be nice to confirm this, and maybe explicitly consider this case.) Simon On 08/04/2019 15:24, e9hack wrote: > Hi, > > I'm using the latest dnsmasq version with openwrt.
Hi, I'm using the latest dnsmasq version with openwrt. There are two instances running. One provides dhcpv4, dhcpv6 and dns to several networks, the other one dhcpv4 to one network only. It looks like, that the second instance has a problem with ubus: Sun Apr 7 18:37:34 2019 daemon.info