> When I start kea with keactrl start it reads my keactrl.conf to
> correctly learn my kea.conf and it uses that conf during startup.
> But, it strangely seems to ignore the setting in the conf files.
> Specifically, it ignores my log settings and tries to do its own
> thing, which fails.
> If I manually start kea-dhcp4 -c my/log/file, it does the right thing.
> So why does keactrl do the wrong thing?
> The systemd service files that come with CentOS 7 seem to have the
> same effect as keactrl. Namely, logging doesn't work.
> Also, keactrl stop always fails to find any running processes.
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