On 06.03.2010, at 15:36, Dennis Karlsson wrote:
> Is it writing to disk on this patch; "added patch to ISC-DHCP to rewrite
> lease file every 5 minutes"
No, the DHCP leases file is still stored in a memory file system (i.e. it's lost on reboot). But by
default, ISC-DHCPD only cleans up old entries in the leases file once per hour, which can lead to
large lease files (and thus MFS exhaustion on m0n0wall) on busy networks.