On Mon, 2013-10-14 at 12:13 -0400, Chris Hartman wrote:
Hmm. It appears that setting the hostname to the FQDN using the
`hostname $FQDN` command solves this problem until a reboot. For a
permanent solution, I'm adding the FQDN to /etc/hostname and
ensuring /etc/hosts has '127.0.1.1 $HOST $FQDN'.
This may break some apps that do reverse lookups and use Kerberos.
If you really want to set the name in /etc/hosts you *really* want to
put the FQDN as the first option and the short name second.
Simo Sorce * Red Hat, Inc * New York