Description of problem:
man dhcp6s.conf says:
send server-preference <server preference value>;
Specifying 'send server-preference 10' in dhcp6s.conf causes an error. The
correct syntax is 'server-preference 10' (omit 'send'). The example
/usr/share/doc/dhcpv6-0.10/dhcp6s.conf is correct.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Fixed in dhcpv6-0.10-15_EL4 and rawhide. Setting some flags to see what happens.
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This bug is filed against RHEL 4.4 ... but using RHEL5 flags.
Please use a separate bug for each product.
I reset the rhel-5.0.0 flag to " " given this was reported against RHEL 4.4.
And, I changed the status to MODIFIED based on Comment #1.
I'll leave it to the reporter and/or the maintainer to raise a separate bug for
rhel-5.0.0, if need be.
OK, I confused myself with this bug. When I saw it again, I forgot that it was
a RHEL4 bug and thought it was marked as "do something with it", so the problem
has been fixed in RHEL5. My mistake.
Cloning for RHEL5 so we can track it.
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