[arch-general] Network-Issues after last updates
felixonmars at gmail.com
Wed Mar 5 06:33:45 EST 2014
On Wednesday, March 05, 2014 12:26:06 Ruben Kelevra wrote:
> Hi there,
> I got network-issues on my servers after the last upgrades (1-2 weeks).
> I found very few time to upgrade my servers more often the last days
> ... so I did systemd 208->210 and linux 3.12.9 to 3.13.x upgrade
> I still using netcfg to staticly configure my cards, the only hw-card
> was eth0 and now named ens3, which was the first problem on that
> upgrade ... changing eth0 to ens3 in configuration still wont fix the
Since the recent systemd (udev) version, interface name is changed by udev
You should see this message during the systemd upgrade:
:: Network device naming is now controlled by udev's net_setup_link
builtin. Refer to the NETWORK LINK CONFIGURATION section of the
udev manpage for a full description.
To keep the old way of naming ("eth0", ...), just touch to override the file:
# touch /etc/udev/rules.d/80-net-setup-link.rules
And after a restart, you'll get the old names back.
The .install script in systemd package should have handled this, though.
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