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|Summary:||no dns entry in /etc/resolv.conf|
|Product:||[Fedora] Fedora||Reporter:||Steve <bugzilla>|
|Component:||anaconda||Assignee:||David Cantrell <dcantrell>|
|Status:||CLOSED RAWHIDE||QA Contact:||Fedora Extras Quality Assurance <extras-qa>|
|Version:||rawhide||CC:||dcantrell, jhlange, mishu, wtogami|
|Fixed In Version:||Doc Type:||Bug Fix|
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|Last Closed:||2008-04-28 18:13:09 EDT||Type:||---|
|oVirt Team:||---||RHEL 7.3 requirements from Atomic Host:|
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Description Steve 2008-04-19 13:40:03 EDT
Description of problem: installing fedora preview, anaconda and/or network-manager does not make the dns-entry given by the installation. this was also by the alpha and beta version of fedora 9. Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable): How reproducible: install fedora preview and make the dns-entry by the installation and/or by the network-manager after the installation. The dns-entry will not be written to /etc/resolv.conf. Steps to Reproduce: 1. 2. 3. Actual results: The dns-entry will not be written to /etc/resolv.conf. Expected results: It should be written to /etc/resolf.conf. Additional info: I'm sorry if this is an network-manager bug.
Comment 1 Craig Kelley 2008-04-23 10:54:37 EDT
This is a network-manager bug; No matter what I enter in the GUI, even after installation, /etc/resolv.conf only has the following: # generated by NetworkManager, do not edit! So I have to manually enter my nameserver and search domains after each network restart.
Comment 2 Steve 2008-04-23 11:10:59 EDT
Of course, it is also a network-manager bug. But when i enter the dns-server by the installation of fedora, it also should be in the resolv.conf. Does network-manager make the entry by the installation?
Comment 3 David Cantrell 2008-04-25 20:23:59 EDT
anaconda writes out an /etc/resolv.conf file just fine. If you manually set your nameservers, we write those to /etc/resolv.conf. If you are using DHCP to set the DNS information, we don't do anything to resolv.conf. This is a NetworkManager bug, but it may just be that we [anaconda] are not writing out a control file for NetworkManager correctly. Reassigning to NM.
Comment 4 Dan Williams 2008-04-27 23:01:21 EDT
Dave: the problem with just writing /etc/resolv.conf is that it's not stable... the DNS information is realy _per connection_, not global to the machine. So we need to store DNS stuff in the ifcfg files these days, just like PPP does with PEERDNS and DNS1, DNS2, DNS3. NM reads DNS1, DNS2, and DNS3, as well as SEARCHES (or something like that) and will populate resolv.conf from these.
Comment 5 David Cantrell 2008-04-28 15:29:07 EDT
Dan, Well, actually the settings would be global, it's just that they depend on the active link at the time. I will modify anaconda to write the DNS information out to the ifcfg-* file for now as well. Need to rework the network configuration screen in anaconda anyway to account for some of the NM-related changes too. Should this be reassigned to anaconda then?
Comment 6 Dan Williams 2008-04-28 16:30:36 EDT
*** Bug 444501 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Comment 7 Dan Williams 2008-04-28 16:37:28 EDT
Yeah; let me know if you have any questions. Bill and I also settled on "SEARCH=xxxxxxx" as the list of space-delimited search domains. So something like: DNS1=188.8.131.52 DNS2=184.108.40.206 SEARCH=lab.foo.com foo.com The ifup-ppp stuff already uses DNS1/DNS2 so there's precedent at least. Thanks for poking at this.
Comment 8 David Cantrell 2008-04-28 18:13:09 EDT
Fixed in rawhide. Each ifcfg-* file gets DNS#= lines, a SEARCH line if applicable, and NM_CONTROLLED= written to it.