avahi-dnsconfd.action - avahi-dnsconfd action script




   avahi-dnsconfd.action  is  the  action script that is called whenever a
   new unicast DNS server is  found  or  removed  by  avahi-dnsconfd.  The
   default  script  as  shipped  with  avahi  patches  /etc/resolv.conf to
   reflect the changed unicast DNS server configuration.


   argv[1] Contains the character "+" if the DNS server is new,  "-"  when
   it shall be removed from the DNS server list.

   argv[2] The IP address of the DNS server.

   argv[3]  Numerical  network  interface number this DNS server was found

   argv[4] Numerical  protocol  number  this  DNS  server  was  found  on.
   (usually 2 for IPv4 and 10 for IPv6)


   AVAHI_INTERFACE  Contains  the  textual  interface name the corresponds
   with argv[3]. (e.g. "eth0")

   AVAHI_INTERFACE_DNS_SERVERS Contains a list of  all  DNS  servers  that
   avahi-dnsconfd  found  on  the interface $AVAHI_INTERFACE, separated by

   AVAHI_DNS_SERVERS Contains a list of all DNS server that avahi-dnsconfd
   found on all interfaces, separated by spaces.


   The  Avahi  Developers  <avahi (at) lists (dot) freedesktop (dot) org>;
   Avahi is available from http://avahi.org/


   avahi-dnsconfd(8), avahi-daemon(8)


   This man page was written using xml2man(1) by Oliver Kurth.


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