[systemd-devel] Disabling 'Predictable Network Interface Names'
jsynacek at redhat.com
Tue Mar 7 08:59:21 UTC 2017
On Tue, Mar 7, 2017 at 9:25 AM, Lucas Ventura Carro
<useyour.mind at gmail.com> wrote:
> I've recently installed a CentOS 7 minimal ISO, where I found the new
> Predictable Network Interface Naming strategy enabled.
> But in my current environment this naming strategy is not viable, and I'd
> like to get back to old _unpredictable_ strategy for all the interfaces. So
> according to documentation on how to disable there are 2 options:
> (1) Creating a symlink
> (2) Changing a kernel boot parameter
> But, using option (1) doesn't work, and I'm still having predictable names.
> It is a CentOS 7 issue? Because '/etc/systemd/network' folder did not
> existed in this clean install, I had to create myself.
> Inspecting the '/lib/udev/rules.d/80-net-name-slot.rules' will disable
> predictable names only if kernel boot param is present.
check out the official Red Hat documentation  on how to disable the
naming scheme. If what's described there doesn't work, please, file a
Software Engineer, Red Hat
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