[CentOS] dhcpd rpm
Todd.Denniston at tsb.cranrdte.navy.mil
Mon Oct 18 13:43:05 EDT 2010
Ausmus, Matt wrote, On 10/18/2010 01:11 PM:
> Weâ€™ve found the problem is generally caused by the time being out of
> sync between the servers or the dhcpd daemon on one of the boxes dies.
NTP does not keep them closely enough synchronized?
OH, and in case you were not aware of it, you could run NTP on one of them using local clock if you
don't have a good trust able time server available for some reason. Also making your DHCP machines
NTP peers would be good too.
Or are you talking about some other type of time?
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