[CentOS] systemd-networkd issue

Wed Oct 4 22:44:22 UTC 2017
Phil Manuel <phil at zomojo.com>

Sometimes we build kernels that need the minimal amount of functionality
that we can get away with, the environment this system is in an environment
that does not use, and won't use IPv6 for some time.

systemd-networkd has some nice features for setting link speed, renaming
interfaces etc, and so hence, trying to get it to work with no IPv6

On Thu, 5 Oct 2017 at 07:45 Ian Pilcher <arequipeno at gmail.com> wrote:

> On 10/04/2017 01:40 PM, James Hogarth wrote:
>  > Nope. And find /etc/systemd -name network gives zilch.
> Yes, systemd-networkd does store its configuration in
> /etc/systemd/network, but the directory isn't created by the RPM; you
> need to create it yourself.
> As noted, systemd-networkd is in the RHEL extras (or somesuch) repo, so
> it isn't supported by Red Hat on RHEL.  It's basically just (minimally)
> packaged.
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