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$NAMESPACE isc::dhcp

% ALLOC_ENGINE_ADDRESS4_ALLOC_ERROR error during attempt to allocate an IPv4 address: %1
An error occurred during an attempt to allocate an IPv4 address, the
reason for the failure being contained in the message.  The server will
return a message to the client refusing a lease.

% ALLOC_ENGINE_ADDRESS4_ALLOC_FAIL failed to allocate an IPv4 address after %1 attempt(s)
The DHCP allocation engine gave up trying to allocate an IPv4 address
after the specified number of attempts.  This probably means that the
address pool from which the allocation is being attempted is either
empty, or very nearly empty.  As a result, the client will have been
refused a lease.

This message may indicate that your address pool is too small for the
number of clients you are trying to service and should be expanded.
Alternatively, if the you know that the number of concurrently active
clients is less than the addresses you have available, you may want to
consider reducing the lease lifetime.  In this way, addresses allocated
to clients that are no longer active on the network will become available
available sooner.

% ALLOC_ENGINE_ADDRESS6_ALLOC_ERROR error during attempt to allocate an IPv6 address: %1
An error occurred during an attempt to allocate an IPv6 address, the
reason for the failure being contained in the message.  The server will
return a message to the client refusing a lease.

% ALLOC_ENGINE_ADDRESS6_ALLOC_FAIL failed to allocate an IPv6 address after %1 attempt(s)
The DHCP allocation engine gave up trying to allocate an IPv6 address
after the specified number of attempts.  This probably means that the
address pool from which the allocation is being attempted is either
empty, or very nearly empty.  As a result, the client will have been
refused a lease.

This message may indicate that your address pool is too small for the
number of clients you are trying to service and should be expanded.
Alternatively, if the you know that the number of concurrently active
clients is less than the addresses you have available, you may want to
consider reducing the lease lifetime.  In this way, addresses allocated
to clients that are no longer active on the network will become available
available sooner.

% ALLOC_ENGINE_DISCOVER_ADDRESS_CONFLICT conflicting reservation for address %1 with existing lease %2
This warning message is issued when the DHCP server finds that the
address reserved for the client can't be offered because this address
is currently allocated to another client. The server will try to allocate
a different address to the client to use until the conflict is resolved.

% ALLOC_ENGINE_HR_RESERVED_ADDR_GRANTED reserved address %1 was was assigned to client (duid=%2)
This informational message signals that the specified client was assigned the address
reserved for it.

% ALLOC_ENGINE_HR_RESERVED_PREFIX_GRANTED reserved prefix %1/%2 was was assigned to client (duid=%3)
This informational message signals that the specified client was assigned the prefix
reserved for it.

% ALLOC_ENGINE_HR_REVOKED_ADDR6_LEASE address %1 was revoked from client %2 as it is reserved for client %3
This informational message is an indication that the specified IPv6
address was used by client A but it is now reserved for client B. Client
A has been told to stop using it so that it can be leased to client B.
This is a normal occurrence during conflict resolution, which can occur
in cases such as the system administrator adding a reservation for an
address that is currently in use by another client.  The server will fully
recover from this situation, but clients will change their addresses.

% ALLOC_ENGINE_HR_REVOKED_PREFIX6_LEASE Prefix %1/%2 was revoked from client %3 as it is reserved for client %4
This informational message is an indication that the specified IPv6
prefix was used by client A but it is now reserved for client B. Client
A has been told to stop using it so that it can be leased to client B.
This is a normal occurrence during conflict resolution, which can occur
in cases such as the system administrator adding a reservation for an
address that is currently in use by another client.  The server will fully
recover from this situation, but clients will change their prefixes.