I wanted to update the DHCP lease of an Amazon EC2 instance, so I executed the following command:
user@host:~$ sudo dhclient
Following that, the system's DHCP lease is updated successfully updated. However, the command prints the following to the console:
RTNETLINK answers: File exists
What on earth does that mean? Is it a cause for concern?
For what it's worth,
dhclient returned without any errors:
user@host:~$ echo $? 0