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Re: how is udev integrated in redhat enterprise linux5?



Try to comment out 2 NICs from /etc/modprobe.conf
and load these 2 NICs from /etc/rc.d/rc.local



leilei175 gmail com wrote:
> hi
> thanks for your suggestion.
> I have tried to find information from the man page.However I'm not
> able to find the answer to this.
> According to the man page we can write rules like this to rename the
> network interface
> KERNEL=="eth*", SYSFS{address}=="00:12:34:fe:dc:ba", NAME="eth0″
> in which the 00:12:34:fe:dc:ba is the MAC address of the NIC.
>
> the default directory containing udev rules is /etc/udev/rules.d,but I
> can't find any file containing rules about "eth" naming.the lspci
> result of the box is always the same,but the NIC order is kept
> changing.
>
>
> 2008/1/3, Allen Chen <achen harbourfrontcentre com>:
>   
>> man udev will help
>>
>> Allen
>>
>>
>> leilei175 gmail com 写道:
>>     
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> I have some question about the network device naming mechanism in
>>> enterprise Linux5.
>>> On my box with 2 on-board network interface and another 2 intel
>>> network interface,the order of these four interfaces will change from
>>> time to time.I mean sometimes the 2 on-board are eth0 eth1,sometimes
>>> they are eth1 eth2.
>>>
>>> I know I can use MAC address to fix the order.I'm just curious about
>>> how could the order change boot by boot without any modification on
>>> configuration or hardware.
>>>
>>> could any one give some suggestion?
>>>
>>> Thanks
>>>
>>>
>>>       
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