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exploring /proc in redhat

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I need to know where the dns server ip address is under /proc so I can check to make sure dhcp is feeding the right info.

Where are other interesting files under /proc ?  
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check in /etc/resolv.conf

nameserver  <ipaddr>
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Good answer, I was sort of hoping to get the stuff from Proc to KNOW it was using the right stuff at this time.

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good job
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