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warden giving up too easily

Question asked by ryan on Apr 16, 2012
Latest reply on May 7, 2012 by nabeel
my network has its dhcp and dns provided by dnsmasq.  If you dont know about this tool, you should check it out - it provides unified dhcp, caching dns and bootp/tftp services to a lan.  The nice thing is that a host will report its own hostname in dhcp, then dnsmasq will insert that into the dns so you can have self referential dns/dhcp.

The problem appears to be that warden may be giving up too easily on restart... I am seeing this in the warden.log:

Can not find valid hostname. Please check your DNS settings
WARDEN not running.
looking to stop mapr-core processes not started by warden
Can not find valid hostname. Please check your DNS settings
WARDEN not running.
looking to stop mapr-core processes not started by warden
Can not find valid hostname. Please check your DNS settings
WARDEN not running.
looking to stop mapr-core processes not started by warden
Can not find valid hostname. Please check your DNS settings


this appears to happen after a bunch of normal log stuff.

Even though this pops up, the standard system services should be starting after the networking bootup has completed.  Doesnt it?  Ubuntu 12.04

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