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Re: ntpdate(8) and unbound(8) dependencies during boot

Martin Husemann wrote:

> On Sun, Oct 11, 2020 at 07:03:53PM -0400, Greg Troxel wrote:
> > Which sounds like "the right approach is not yet widely agreed on so
> > NetBSD being leading edge in paranoia is not necessarily helpful".
> Nothing of this is special to NetBSD, besides the question how we can
> work around the issue in our way to configure startup.

Like you say, this isn't a NetBSD problem.  The approach in
looks reasonable at first glance as an option to not hard-code IP
addresses anywhere:

	running this at boot time may help as well

	unbound-control set_option  val-permissive-mode: yes

	then after ntpd has started up run this

	unbound-control set_option  val-permissive-mode: no

	Yes work around's, but work around's work by definition.

The thread from that link has a few other suggestions, but this one
seemed most elegant (insofar as a workaround could be considered


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