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Re: initscripts, xen and bonding



Axel Thimm (Axel Thimm ATrpms net) said: 
> I don't understand why a) happens, seems to be dependent on the order
> of the steps performed. Maybe the bonding/enslaving (at boot time)
> happens before xen renames the bond0 device and later on the enslaving
> is wrong.

Correct.

> I'm not sure how to solve b). Ideally one would like to not have xen
> specific actions in initscripts, but otherwise one risks cutting of
> the system of the net completely when upgrading kernels and booting
> into the wron one. Probably not something one wants when setting up
> bonding to ensure network availability. ;)
> 
> Should I file a bugzilla? xen or initscripts?

Ideally, xen shouldn't be mucking with networking that much. It
does it because of some supposed race.

Bill


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