[CentOS-virt] turning off udev for eth0
grantmasterflash at gmail.com
Wed Jan 4 03:48:35 EST 2012
On Tue, Jan 3, 2012 at 8:52 AM, James B. Byrne <byrnejb at harte-lyne.ca>wrote:
> I have set up a kvm host and configured a standard clone
> prototype for generating new guests. One persistent (pun
> intended) annoyance when cloning is the behaviour of udev
> with respect to the virtual network interface.
> The prototype is configured with just eth0 having a
> dedicated IP addr. When the prototype is cloned udev
> creates rules for both eth0 and eth1 in the clone.
> Because eth1 does not exist in the cloned guest one has to
> manually edit /etc/udev/rules.d/70-persistent-net.rules to
> get rid of the bogus entries and then restart the clone
> instance to have the changes take effect. All this does is
> return the new guest to the prototype eth0 configuration.
> Is there no way to alter udev's behaviour? Is udev even
> needed on a server system using virtual hardware?
> Altering the rules file not a big deal in itself but it
> adds needless busywork when setting up a new guest.
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I do this on VM clones. It depends on your OS but where I've had to do it
is with Ubuntu VMs. I'm not sure where exactly they set that in CentOS but
I'd start looking in /lib/udev/rules.d/75-persistent-net-generator.rules
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