I have an Ubuntu 8.10 server at Amazon's EC2, based on the ami-1c5db975 image by Eric Hammond.
After rebooting an EC2 server, the
/etc/resolv.conf file is reset to a default, erasing any changes made prior to the boot.
This bug was told to be secluded problem related only to Canonical Ubuntu image, which I don't use.
- Do you know of any other files affected by reboot?
- Is there any workaround or proper solution for this bug?
EDIT: Problem solved, 1 month later:
Thanks for your answers and comments. I did edit the dhcp3 configuration file, but forgot to restart dhcp3:
After running this, the
resolv.conf file was automatically updated.