Bug #341

after running overnight, with no server, dibbler-client eats 100% of cpu

Added by Dave Täht on Feb 29, 2012. Updated on Apr 14, 2012.
New Normal Dave Täht


dibbler-client sort of worked for me when I had a server feeding it, but
after running overnight, it started consuming 100% of cpu when it
was not getting an address from anywhere.


Updated by Dave Täht on Mar 1, 2012.
I ran it overnight again with the same cpu issue, and further, when attempting to reboot, the process was so wedged as to prevent a reboot without manually killing off dibbler-client.
Updated by Dave Täht on Apr 14, 2012.
wide-dhcp-pd is usable. Can’t spend time on this now.

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