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INTERFACE-ORDER(5)                          resolvconf                         INTERFACE-ORDER(5)

NAME
       interface-order - resolvconf configuration file

DESCRIPTION
       The  file /etc/resolvconf/interface-order is used to control the order in which resolvconf
       nameserver information records are processed by those resolvconf update scripts that  con‐
       sult  this file.  (The name of the file is apt because a resolvconf nameserver information
       record is named after the interface with which it is associated.)

       The file contains a sequence of shell glob patterns, one per  line.   The  position  of  a
       record in the order is the point at which its name first matches a pattern.

       Patterns  may  not contain whitespace, slashes or initial dots or tildes.  Blank lines and
       lines beginning with a '#' are ignored.

       Resolvconf update scripts in /etc/resolvconf/update.d/ that consult this file include  the
       current  default  versions of dnsmasq, pdnsd and libc.  (Actually they don't read the file
       directly; they call the utility program /lib/resolvconf/list-records which  lists  records
       in the specified order and omits the names of empty records.)

EXAMPLE
       # /etc/resolvconf/interface-order
       # Use nameservers on the loopback interface first.
       lo*
       # Next use records for Ethernet interfaces
       eth*
       # Next use records for Wi-Fi interfaces
       wlan*
       # Next use records for PPP interfaces
       ppp*
       # Last use other interfaces
       *

AUTHOR
       Resolvconf was written by Thomas Hood .

COPYRIGHT
       Copyright © 2004, 2011 Thomas Hood
       This  is  free software; see the source for copying conditions.  There is NO warranty; not
       even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.

SEE ALSO
       resolvconf(8)

resolvconf                                 18 May 2011                         INTERFACE-ORDER(5)

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