Re: Init dependency between nfs-kernel-server and name server
Enrico Weigelt <email@example.com> writes:
> * Jesús M. Navarro <firstname.lastname@example.org> schrieb:
>> I imagine that in many cases if there's a locally installed
>> authoritative nameserver it will be used by the local resolver too.
> That's just an assumption. In the last decade I had enough systems
> where this was not the case. Authorative nameserver and local
> resolver are two fundamentally different services, it's just a
> coincidence that they're often provided by the same deamon.
>> So while not really a hard dependency (it can be avoided by having a second
>> recheable DNS at hand or by forcing IPs instead of names in the NFS client
>> config) it's probably a strong "nice to have".
> No, a clean design would be having two separate services, which
> just *may* be provided by the same daemon.
Hostnames can also come from nis and ldap.
Maybe all services providing name resolvers should
and nfs-kernel-server then should
That way nfs-kernel-server is started after the name resolvers but none
of them is required. Does that look right?