[CentOS] again, nic driver order

Tom H tomh0665 at gmail.com
Sat Nov 28 16:16:31 UTC 2009


>>> KERNEL=="eth?", SYSFS{address}=="00:21:e9:17:64:b5", NAME="eth1"  #
>>> Now, all three network cards get assigned as eth0! eth1 and eth2 are
>>> no longer found. The pci-express nics (onboard) get detected first,
>>> and the pci nic is last, so it ends up "owning" the eth0 alias.

>> Changing SYSFS to ATTR should do it.

> Tom,
>
> Now I get in the syslog: Unknown key: ATTR{address}
>
> I also tried ATTRS{address} seen in some examples, same error.
>
> Digging around google a bit more I came up with different rules, and
> fingers crossed, they seem to work!
>
> SUBSYSTEM=="net", SYSFS{address}=="00:1b:21:4d:c3:e8", NAME="eth0"  # pro/1000gt
> SUBSYSTEM=="net", SYSFS{address}=="00:e0:81:b5:7a:30", NAME="eth1"  # internal 1
> SUBSYSTEM=="net", SYSFS{address}=="00:e0:81:b5:7a:31", NAME="eth2"  # internal 2

Sorry. I was at an F12 box and udev uses there (and on U9.10)
"ATTR{address}". For CentOS, it is "SYSFS{address}" as you are
using... :(


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