[CentOS] NetworkManager on servers

Thu Feb 13 16:53:41 UTC 2020
Nicolas Kovacs <info at microlinux.fr>

Le 13/02/2020 à 17:50, Stephen John Smoogen a écrit :
> In the end, the problem is that NetworkManager, FirewallD, and other
> 'automatic' helpers are 'part' of the OS.. and while it was easy to tear
> them out in earlier versions.. as time goes on it is not.
> For a car analogy, it was much easier to convert any 1970 car from
> automatic back to manual as many parts were left over. Now in this era, you
> can do so if you pick the right car but for a lot of them it is not going
> to be easy in any form. I see the same trends in computer OS's with certain
> tools which were easy to pull out now requiring you to build the whole os
> from scratch as the part is assumed to be in so many other areas.

I just came to the same conclusion. So it looks like I'll have to catch up and 
do some RTFM on NetworkManager, FirewallD (which I've replaced by a handcrafted 
iptables script) and Chrony (replaced by ntpd).



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