I appologize in advance if this issue has been addressed before.
I'm running puppet on a F15 box. When I attempt to sign the certificate on the puppetmaster of this F15 box I notice that the F15 box will have a extra '.' in the filename. So I will do a puppetca --sign hostname.firstdomain.com.
(It should be puppetca --sign hostname.firstdomain.com)
I figure it's picking up this extra '.' from the /etc/resolv.conf.
when I look at the /etc/resolv.conf I notice it has 2 search entries
search firstdomain.com. and seconddomain.sys.
The /etc/resolv.conf is generated by the dhclient-script.
I then looked at the /etc/dhcp/dhclient.conf and it says:
supersede domain-search "firstdomain.com","seconddomain.sys";
I assume that the above entry in the overrides what the DHCP server info is passing it.
Is the dhclient-script adding a '.' to the end of the domains in the /etc/resolv.conf? Is this a bug/feature? I can't believe I'm the only one running into this problem.