Hey all, I'm having an issue that I can't seem to figure out what is wrong.  It 
seems my system will makedns all day and night for the subnets that are 
actually on the admin node (ie - eth0 on admin is 10.1.1.X and that subnet will 
get made in DNS; eth1 on admin is 10.2.1.X and the subnet will get made in DNS. 
 However my compute nodes are past a router (not the 10. subnets) and since my 
admin node does not have a eth on the compute node subnet, makedns will NOT 
work, even though I can ping the nodes, ssh to the compute nodes, etc, makedns 
will not build the named tables for that subnet.  However, I did just test that 
if I create a eth1:1 alias for an unused IP, the table can be made and I can 
ifdown that alias shortly after making the table.  My question was going to be 
what am i doing wrong, but now my question is why do I have to make an alias 
just to make a DNS table??  The networks tab is set up correctly, the site, 
hosts, and node tabs are all correct and /etc/hosts is correct, and changing 
nothing except "ifup eth1:1" fixes the problem.  Insight??  Bug or designed 
that way?



JIM Carlisi

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