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Re: RFC 5006 status
On 18/03/2010 15:02, Philip Homburg wrote:
> But I'm not sure why you would want a user land rtsol.
> So I'm wondering how smart it is to have part of this processing in user space.
> My person reason for putting it in the kernel is to start DUD as soon as
wut? How are you supposed to easily write /etc/resolv.conf from kernel-land?
rtsol belongs in userland, and the more complicated it becomes, the
stronger the reason to have it there. If you need to interact with a
kernel from userland, you can easily define careful interfaces to do so.
On 18/03/2010 20:10, Gert Doering wrote:
> As an operational person, this endless bickering between the RA camp and
> the "what do you need RA for that, when DHCP can do this all along" has
> FAIL stamped all over it.
Amen to that.