[CentOS] NetworkManager on servers

Tue Feb 11 17:29:29 UTC 2020
Nicolas Kovacs <info at microlinux.fr>

Le 11/02/2020 à 16:27, Stephen John Smoogen a écrit :
> 1. Red Hat is a company of 14,000 people many of which have diverging views
> on how things should be run and why. This means that you may see 4-5
> different tools to fix a problem all of which solve the part that they were
> originally developed for but not for everyone (mainly because the tool that
> is  solving it for everyone is still not out of design yet.)
> 2. systemd is maintained by multiple companies with divergent interests in
> how and where to solve things. It is also not a monolithic tool but a
> 'hurd' of services which all do some vital plumbing. Some of that plumbing
> works for some things but not all things any more than you put the same
> pipe under your kitchen sink as your bathroom as the industrial cleaner..
> [well you can but it will blow up somewhere.]
> This leads to a lot of 'but I thought Red Hat was doing X' which is true
> but 'Red Hat is also doing Y' or Z and the same for systemd and related
> groups. Any time you have more than 4 of anything you will start getting
> factorial number of solutions. (4 sysadmins, 4 developers, 4 managers etc..
> at 5 you end up with 120 different solutions for some reason.)

As much as I love CentOS (been using it since 4.x), some days I just miss the 
bone-headed approach of Slackware and FreeBSD. Just edit 
/etc/rc.d/rc.inet1.conf or /etc/rc.conf and you're done.


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