Re: No more IPv4 address after boot up since NM 0.9.10

On ma, 2015-03-02 at 14:22 -0600, Dan Williams wrote:

I also have netconsole activated via this line in a file
in /etc/modprobe.d:

options netconsole netconsole=6666 192 168 5 205/eth0,6666 192 168 5 128/24:77:03:f0:16:64

Could this be related in some way?

Yes, that might well bring the interface into IFF_UP state before NM
starts, at which point the interface might already be assigned both IPv4
and IPv6 LL addresses before NM starts, leading to the behavior you see.

OK, I removed all this netconsole stuff, rebuild my initrd and deleted
the eth0 network connection in NM, and at the next reboot, everything
was working.

I am not sure whether this is a really satisfying solution though: what
if I would want to debug potential kernel errors during boot, then NM
will cause your these kind of troubles?

In any case, thanks for helping me to find the culprit!

Frederik Himpe <frederik frehi be>

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