[systemd-devel] networkd: dbus API for networkd reconfiguration at run-time
teg at jklm.no
Thu May 21 07:20:25 PDT 2015
On Tue, May 19, 2015 at 10:40 AM, Rauta, Alin <alin.rauta at intel.com> wrote:
> Hi Lennart,
> Thanks for the answers.
> One more questions. Just a curiosity of mine.
> Currently, a user has to write scripts if he wants to save the run-time configuration in networkd format or to use a configuration management tool like chef for example.
> Even with the latter, the user still needs to write scripts.
> What about saving the run-time configuration in networkd format with "networkctl" maybe ?
> Something like "networkctl save" or "networkctl save config" with extensions to provide per port configuration saving, output directory for saved configuration and so on ... ?
Not entirely sure I understand the question, but this is what I have
in mind: we support three config sources at the moment: stuff in /lib
which is shipped by packages, stuff in /etc that is provided by the
admin and is persistent between reboots and stuff in /run which is
lost on reboot. Our future API should have a switch allowing the
config we apply to either be persistent (written out to /etc) or
ephemeral (written out to /run), so that any config in networkd is
backed by a config file somewhere. Does that make sense? Does it
answer your question, or is there some other type of config you would
like to write out?
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