On Mon, Nov 22, 2010 at 11:35:04AM -0500, Stephen Gallagher wrote:
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On 11/22/2010 05:57 AM, Sumit Bose wrote:
> this patch resets the status of all failover services and the
> went_offline time if we receive a reset_offline request. Before the
> request was introduced we waited until all the timeouts were over and
> tried an online operation with the next request. After a reset_offline
> request is received it is expected that the next request will
> immediately goes online. To achieve this all timeouts and status must be
> This patch should fix the scenario from trac ticket #655.
Nack. This doesn't actually resolve #655.
The problem is that firing the delayed auth immediately after connecting
to the VPN isn't providing time for NetworkManager to update the
resolv.conf, so the resolver is still unable to find any of the
addresses and it goes back offline.
I have extended this patch. Now it includes a call to a check_online
method of the providers and an implementation for the LDAP provider.
Also the online checks are called during a res_init request, because a
change in /etc/resolv.conf might help to resolve servers which were not
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