avahi-dnsconfd  -  Unicast  DNS  server  from mDNS/DNS-SD configuration


   avahi-dnsconfd [options]

   avahi-dnsconfd --kill

   avahi-dnsconfd --refresh

   avahi-dnsconfd --check


   avahi-dnsconfd connects to a running avahi-daemon and runs  the  script
   /etc/avahi/dnsconfd.action   for   each  unicast  DNS  server  that  is
   announced on the local LAN. This is useful for configuring unicast  DNS
   servers in a DHCP-like fashion with mDNS.


   -D | --daemonize
          Daemonize after startup and redirect log messages to syslog.

   -s | --syslog
          Log to syslog instead of STDERR. Implied by --daemonize.

   -k | --kill
          Kill an already running avahi-dnsconfd. (equivalent to sending a

   -r | --refresh
          Tell an already running avahi-dnsconfd to refresh the DNS server
          data. (equivalent to sending a SIGHUP)

   -c | --check
          Return 0 as return code when avahi-dnsconfd is already running.

   -h | --help
          Show help

   -v | --version
          Show version information


   /etc/avahi/avahi-dnsconfd.action:  the  script to run when a DNS server
   is found or removed.


   SIGINT, SIGTERM:  avahi-dnsconfd  will  shutdown.  This  is  issued  by
   passing --kill to avahi-daemon.

   SIGHUP: avahi-dnsconfd will refresh the DNS server data.


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


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


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


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