I noticed the following problem with NetworkManager-0.8.1-0.1.git20100510.fc13.x86_64 :
I start nm with hostname = localhost.localdomain, and with /etc/hosts containing "127.0.0.1 localhost.localdomain localhost", I connect to a network, nm changes the 127.0.0.1 entry like that "127.0.0.1 <fqdn> localhost.localdomain localhost". When I disconnect from this network, nm doesn't remove <fqdn> from /etc/hosts.
nm_policy_get_etc_hosts() is called with hostname="localhost.localdomain", the statement (found_localhost && found_host) is evaluated to true, so the function returns without building a new /etc/hosts file.
I've reworked the code significantly for another issue (bgo #619931) in master but that's not going to hit 0.8.1. I guess we can try to fix that in 0.8.1 separately.
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I reopen this bug, as it appears that there's still a problem in the sense that /etc/hosts is not restored when the wired interface is unplugged, and when the hostname is restored back to localhost.localdomain.
/etc/hosts remains unchanged :
# Do not remove the following line, or various programs
# that require network functionality will fail.
192.168.128.103 bonobo.example.com bonobo # Added by NetworkManager
127.0.0.1 localhost.localdomain localhost
::1 bonobo.example.com bonobo localhost6.localdomain6 localhost6
Note that we've removed all code touching /etc/hosts from NM upstream. I believe the issue you're experiencing here was already fixed by:
Which all should be present in NetworkManager-0.8.1-9.git20100831.fc12 and later. What version do you have installed?
yes, I'm running this version with the three patches included. I see two issues in the current code:
- the short hostname added to the loopback entry with patch bbf3f12d7b2c79c49d87d41e6cf7b65ac7782071 should be removed when hostname comes back to localhost.localdomain, with a mechanism just like old_hostname. Else, it becomes part of the variable custom6, and remains in the loopback entry.
- with the /etc/hosts from comment #12, when nm_policy_get_etc_hosts() is called with hostname="localhost.localdomain" and old_hostname="bonobo.example.com", all conditions found_localhost4, found_host4, found_localhost6, found_host6, host4_before, host6_before, no_stale are set to true, and /etc/hosts is not modified. I think that when evaluating the ::1 line, the found_localhost6 should be set conditionally if this line doesn't contain the old_hostname to be removed, ditto for found_localhost4
Created attachment 469702 [details]
drop the short old hostname from local mapping
this patch passes the ./test-policy-hosts tests
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