Thanks for the info, Oliver! I will try that on a non-critical server if
I may find one :)
I must read about the udev-persistent rules first as I have changed them
(for bonding purposes).
Le 12/03/2013 05:53, Oliver Welter a écrit :
> On 11.03.2013 23:51, Jean-François Leroux wrote:> Hi,
>> I'm running gentoo hosts with vserver stable patch on gentoo
>> I want to update my servers (hosts) but there is a warning about udev:
>> current version is 171-r9 and the proposed update is 197 BUT this one
>> drops support for kernels older than 2.6.39 AND vserver-source (stable)
>> is 2.6.32.
> I was running 3.2. for nearly a year now and upgraded the first pair of
> boxes to udev 197 with 3.4.32-vs22.214.171.124 and vanilla-sources two weeks
> ago without any problems. These are production servers under partially
> heavy load running between 5 and 15 guests.
> Be warned about the gentoo udev update - it will most likely crash your
> network config if you are using udev-persistent rules with "ethX" as
> interface name!
Received on Tue Mar 12 22:31:58 2013