No SERVER in my boot.log

Thomas Lange lange at
Tue Jul 21 17:19:42 CEST 2009

>>>>> On Tue, 21 Jul 2009 16:56:32 +0200, Torsten Schlabach <tschlabach at> said:

    > I have been digging a bit and I found that faimond variable is set in
    > task_confdir() in subroutines-linux. The code tests if $monserver has
    > been set (where could I set this) and in case it's not set, it sets this
    > to the value of $SERVER.

    > Just $SERVER is empty as well while all other variables which I expect
    > in boot.log (like $NETMARK, $IPADDR, ...) are set.
Check your dhcpd.conf. IIRC it's server-name.

    > I tried setting monserver in my DEFAULT.var so it would not get
    > overwritten with the empty value of $SERVER, but this also doesn't seem
    > to work.
FAI need the variable monserver before the script class/*.var are
executed. So, it's too late to the this variable there.

regards Thomas

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