[CentOS] Unable to remove interface (5.4)

Marko Mernik marci at mernik.net
Tue Mar 16 21:26:49 UTC 2010


Hi,

Your can delete the if with vconfig.
example:
vconfig rem eth0.6

lp, Marko
 
Jason Gates pravi:
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> So here is my problem: I'm unable to remove an interface on CentOS 5.4
> (/etc/init.d/network restart keeps enabling it again)
>
> Background:
> The system had several interfaces set
> (eth0 eth0.6 eth0.7 eth0.8)
> 1.) I added a test interface...eth0.9
> 2.) but later deleted the /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0.9
> file (since i no longer needed it)
> 3.) I then did ifconfig eth0.9 down
> 4.) I then setup eth0.7 with the same IP address settings that eth0.9 had.
> 5.) Upon a restart of /etc/init.d/network all the interfaces come up
> including eth0.9
>
> This obviously causes a problem...are there any recommendations how to
> remove this "deleted" interface? Many thanks!
>
> Side note: rebooting the computer isn't an option.
> - -Jason
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