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Re: starting Fedora Server SIG



Chris Adams píše v Čt 13. 11. 2008 v 19:59 -0600:

> How is a daemon (or set of daemons) useful for a static configuration
> that does not change?  For the vast majority of my servers, the network
> config is set in the kickstart %post and not touched for the life of the
> server (which is typically many years; I've got a RHEL 3 server that
> hasn't had a network change since Feb 2004 for example).
> 
> For servers, the simpler solution (that meets the needs) is always
> better, and running multiple daemons to configure the network is
> definately not simpler than a text file and "ifup".

That's 100% true and maintaining "/etc/init.d/network" for the future
will be our SIG's job. When there is a "link down" event on the server
then you call the network administrator :-)


		Dan


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