Re: [PATCH 1/1] start after systemd-networkd

On Wed, 2015-11-25 at 11:53 +0100, Christian Hess wrote:
From: Christian Hesse <mail eworm de>

It is possible to use systemd-networkd for some general network setup
(rename devices, ...) even for devices that are managed by
NetworkManager later.
Since systemd 228 the behaviour changed that systemd-networkd drops
foreign configuration from devices. It does not change configuration
that is done after systemd-networkd has started up, though.
To prevent race conditions we order NetworkManager service to start
after systemd-networkd service.

The "After" will delay starting NetworkManager only "after networkd
declared to be started".
That is not the same as "after networkd completed configuring the
network interfaces" -- which is what "networkd-wait-online.service"
might be.

Because of that, I don't think this patch is correct.


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