[Dnssec-trigger] next version of dnssec trigger
cra at WPI.EDU
Tue Apr 15 15:22:55 UTC 2014
On Tue, Apr 15, 2014 at 09:05:47AM -0400, Tomas Hozza wrote:
> ----- Original Message -----
> > On Tue, Apr 15, 2014 at 05:49:28AM -0400, Pavel Simerda wrote:
> > > > it would probably be
> > > > nice to know that we are planning to release a new version of
> > > > dnssec-trigger very soon.
> > >
> > > Hi,
> > >
> > > could we coordinate a little bit? I have some important changes to the
> > > integration with NetworkManager and would like to deliver them in time for
> > > the next release.
> > Having just installed dnssec-trigger on Fedora 20, I'm having trouble
> > with it noticing when I change wireless networks with NetworkManager.
> > The forwarders aren't being changed, so it still shows the old DNS
> > server addresses as cache in "dnssec-trigger-control status". Is this
> > a known issue that will be addressed? I don't think the dispatcher
> > scripts are running because I don't see any of the messages showing up
> > in the journal.
> > NetworkManager-0.9.9.0-34.git20131003.fc20.x86_64
> This is not a known issue AFAIK. I'm running dnssec-trigger with NM
> on Fedora 20 and it works OK and seamless most of the time.
> Can you please do some more debugging? Please make sure the dispatcher
> script is where it should be and it's executable.
> If you are connected to a wired network at the same time when you are
> changing wireless networks, the dispatcher script will use the DNS
> servers from NM default connection (which is most of the time the
> wired connection). You can check all your active connections using
> 'nmcli c s' and see which one is default. Then just use the same
> command with the UUID of the connection in the end to see DNS
> servers provided with it. It may bring some light on why is this
> The dispatcher script also logs actions it does, but if there no change
> it will do nothing. However the global forwarders are configured on
> any network change.
> Feel free to post some more information so we can resolve it somehow.
> You can also create a Bug in Red Hat Bugzilla and we can discuss it
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