Paul R. Ganci ganci@nurdog.com
Thu Jun 29 04:01:15 UTC 2006

I have been placing whitelists for large blocks of servers in my 
/etc/dcc/whitecommon file. I recently noticed that I have overrun the 
limit of 64 CIDR blocks in a client whitelist:

Jun 28 20:00:00 mx01 dccm[15225]: too many CIDR blocks in line 623 of 
whitecommon included from whiteclnt

Of course this begs the question of the purpose of the 
/etc/dcc/whitelist, /etc/dcc/whiteclnt and /etc/dcc/whitecommon files. 
The whitecommon file is of course included by both whitelist and 
whiteclnt. Can anyone give some general advice as to how to use these 
files? If I have more than 64 CIDR blocks I want to globally whitelist 
how do I do that?

Paul (ganci@nurdog.com)

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