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my dhcp server runs with no problem. but after awhile, it stops. when I try to restart, the server tells me "no enough space".
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can you copy and paste the error for me? Thanks
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don't have the error. the work around is to restart the dhcp server every 2 days. any ideas ?
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by:Pasha Kravtsov
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hmm that's odd. Maybe you don't have enough RAM installed on that server?
if it's linux create a cron that restarts the server
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