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    • David Hankins's avatar
      - Some default hash table sizes were tweaked, some upwards, some downwards. · 6708d944
      David Hankins authored
        3.1.0a1's tables resulted in a reduction in default server memory use.
        The new selected values provide more of a zero sum (increasing the size
        of tables likely to be populated, decreasing the size of tables unlikely).
      
      - Lease structures appear in three spearate hashes: by IP address, by UID,
        and by hardware address.  One type of table was used for all three, and
        improvements to IP address hashing were applied to all three (so UID and
        hardware addresses were treated like 4-byte integers).  There are now two
        types of tables, and the uid/hw hashes use functions more appropriate
        to their needs.
      
      - The max-lease-misbalance percentage no longer causes scheduled rebalance
        runs to be skipped: it still governs the schedule, but every scheduled
        run will attempt balance.
      
      [ISC-Bugs #16396]
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    • Ben Cottrell's avatar
      Arf... these are nroff output, but I don't have the original troff source. · dc6d4b5a
      Ben Cottrell authored
      Hopefully James does, so he can replace these with the nroff.
      
      I just used:
      	memcpy(ipaddrstring->value, &convaddr.s_addr, 4);
      for the byte order thingy. I'm hoping this is right. inet_pton will
      spit out the address in network byte order, and Ted says that
      dhcpctl_set_value is expecting it in network byte order, also.
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