TinyDNS - Read path files from init.d script #6

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fmbiete commented Dec 3, 2013

I needed some solution for #2 and did some quick changes for it.

We already have the files defined in the init.d script, with a few args in the tinydns server it wil accept:

  • configfile and therefore root dir
  • logfile
  • pidfile
  • main server port

it would be very easy to implement the same changes in the others servers.

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Thank you so much for the patch; I'll merge it soon.

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pjps commented Dec 3, 2013

Thank you so much for the patch; I'll merge it soon.

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pjps Dec 16, 2013

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Hello Francisco,

Just to let you know, I'm yet to work on merging this patch. I was mostly occupied with other changes. A new release 1.05.9 is almost ready. I plan to defer merging of this patch and similar changes to other servers for the release after this one, ie. 1.06.0. Hope that's okay.

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pjps commented Dec 16, 2013

Hello Francisco,

Just to let you know, I'm yet to work on merging this patch. I was mostly occupied with other changes. A new release 1.05.9 is almost ready. I plan to defer merging of this patch and similar changes to other servers for the release after this one, ie. 1.06.0. Hope that's okay.

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No problem, I will be using git version with my patches until then, I only have to remeber to replace the binaries after each update.

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fmbiete commented Dec 17, 2013

No problem, I will be using git version with my patches until then, I only have to remeber to replace the binaries after each update.

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FWIW I'm interested in these changes being applied to all the daemons. None of these daemons should hard code at compile time where their config files should be read from, IMO.

FWIW I'm interested in these changes being applied to all the daemons. None of these daemons should hard code at compile time where their config files should be read from, IMO.

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Hello Matthew,

Yes, I'm working on adding same command-line options to all daemons.

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pjps commented Apr 2, 2014

Hello Matthew,

Yes, I'm working on adding same command-line options to all daemons.

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pjps Apr 5, 2014

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Hello Francisco, Matthew,

I have finally merged this patch with some alteration and have added consistent command line options to other servers.

@fmbiete: May I have your email-id for the --author=<author> option to commit the changes?

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pjps commented Apr 5, 2014

Hello Francisco, Matthew,

I have finally merged this patch with some alteration and have added consistent command line options to other servers.

@fmbiete: May I have your email-id for the --author=<author> option to commit the changes?

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I'm waiting for these changes to hit EPEL soon 👍

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fmbiete commented Apr 6, 2014

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I'm waiting for these changes to hit EPEL soon 👍

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Please see -> edb4769

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pjps commented Apr 6, 2014

Please see -> edb4769

Thank you.

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