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Re: Debugging network scripts (from udev and explicit ifup invocation)



Martin Langhoff (martin langhoff gmail com) said: 
> Is there a way to get the network script invocations to get logged
> somewhere? Something like /etc/sysconfig/network supporting
> DEBUGLOGGING=YesPlease -

Not really.

> Using bash -x from the cli helps somewhat, though some things only
> misbehave under udev. Or under udev on initial boot. So a global
> logging knob would help... if it exists! Any tricks or nasty hacks
> welcome too.

Are you using /etc/init.d/network as well? The hotplug bits explicitly
check that network is already 'running' before doing anything, as we
don't want to bring up interfaces in the middle of rc.sysinit.

Bill


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