[CentOS] rename network card device /dev/p3p2 to /dev/eth0

Thu Sep 27 07:06:18 UTC 2012
Tru Huynh <tru at centos.org>

On Thu, Sep 27, 2012 at 05:36:36AM +0000, KNOPS Manfred wrote:
> Hi digimer,
> Sorry, I made a mistake.
> "... After rebooting centos generates a device called /dev/et0. ..."
> should be
> "... After rebooting centos generates a device called /dev/eth0. ..."
> CentOS made it. I got what I want.
> Where is the general guide? I didn't understood what you mean.

the keywork you are looking for is biosdevname

Lan-On-Motherboard interfaces
em <port number>
(ethernet-on-motherboard <1,2,..>)
PCI add-in interfacesi
p<slot number>p<port number>_<virtual function instance>

[tru at fural ~]# biosdevname -d | awk '/BIOS device/ {new=$3} /Kernel name/ {old=$3} /Assigned MAC/ {mac=$4; print old" "new" "mac}'
eth0 em1 00:25:90:66:AA:48
eth1 em2 00:25:90:66:AA:49
eth2 p4p1 A0:36:9F:03:28:64
eth3 p4p2 A0:36:9F:03:28:65
eth4 p4p3 A0:36:9F:03:28:66
eth5 p4p4 A0:36:9F:03:28:67


Tru Huynh (mirrors, CentOS i386/x86_64 Package Maintenance)
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