FAI with pre-release bullseye yielding inconsistent network names
steffen.grunewald at aei.mpg.de
Fri Jan 15 09:42:53 CET 2021
On Thu, 2021-01-14 at 12:19:30 -0800, fai1107 at macrotex.net wrote:
> I am attempting to build Debian "bullseye/sid" (pre-release bullseye) using
> FAI 5.9.4. The network interface names come out being inconsistet,
> In /sys/class/net I see
> but in /etc/network/interfaces.d I see
> Here is (some of) the output of "udevadm test /sys/class/net/ens192":
> So, something in the FAI build process thought the name was "enp11s0" and
> created the file with that name in /etc/network/interfaces.d.
> Any suggestions?
In the class/ stage, I create an udev rule that falls back to the old
Since I usually perform a "sysinfo" run first, this rule can get merged
into the config tree in time before the installation.
I know that's deprecated but it's least surprising (at least to me).
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