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Date:      Tue, 14 Jun 2016 12:24:36 -0700
From:      Mel Pilgrim <list_postfix@bluerosetech.com>
To:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: When your server boots too fast: How to slow it down?
Message-ID:  <90dd080e-f3d2-2d30-d10c-7b68ec0680be@bluerosetech.com>
In-Reply-To: <20160611200448.GC2453@box-hlm-03.niklaas.eu>
References:  <20160611174849.GA2453@box-hlm-03.niklaas.eu> <CAHu1Y71kugYqWehQMZt0NnFcM05R1wA0zirnP5dSdKgWwy=LhA@mail.gmail.com> <20160611193225.GB2453@box-hlm-03.niklaas.eu> <20160611200448.GC2453@box-hlm-03.niklaas.eu>

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On 2016-06-11 13:04, Niklaas Baudet von Gersdorff wrote:
> Niklaas Baudet von Gersdorff [2016-06-11 21:32 +0200] :
>
>> in rc.conf because the public IPv4 is assigned by the router.
>> However, changing it to SYNCDHCP helped only partly. Now,
>> tincd starts but both postfix and sshd still fail.
>
> Additionally to SYNCDHCP, I added the following three lines:
>
>   netwait_enable="YES"
>   netwait_if="<interface>"
>   netwait_ip="<IPv6>"
>
> This solves the problem. But this also requires me to predict
> the IPv6 that the server gets from the router. In this special
> case I know it because my provider will only assign me one in
> particular. But maybe there's something like SYNCDHCP for IPv6
> too?

Statically configure the interface in rc.conf.  You already have it 
statically configured elsewhere in the system, so save yourself the race 
condition headache and make it static in rc.conf, too.



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