[arch-general] vnstat's pacnew
lonewolf at xs4all.nl
Tue Sep 2 05:29:44 EDT 2014
On 02-09-14 02:55, Ralf Mardorf wrote:
> Unlikely that on Arch Linux eth0 is more often used, than enp3s0.
> Does it makes any sense to place a log file into a directory?
From vnstat homepage :
vnStat is a console-based network traffic monitor for Linux and BSD that
keeps a log of network traffic for the selected interface(s).
the network interface names like enps30 are created by by systemd/udev ,
BSD uses other methods.
Placing logfiles in /var/log makes perfect sense for every system that
doesn't run systemd.
Also this .conf file is the one provided by upstream, and Arch Linux
devs prefer a minimal patching approach, keeping packages as close to
upstream as possible.
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