[PVE-User] Interfaces startup and ip-up.d scripts...

Marco Gaiarin gaio at sv.lnf.it
Tue May 15 19:08:34 CEST 2018

Mandi! Josh Knight
  In chel di` si favelave...

> Are you using the script to assign an IP address manually, or are you using
> it to set firewall rules?

I'm setting firewall rules; my script are coded carefully, and exit
always with 0 status.
They works in my debisn server/firewall without a trouble (but, indeed, with
standard debian kernel, and still in jessie).

> I'm trying to determine what you're trying to
> do.  Having the IP defined in /etc/network/interfaces should be enough for
> it to come up correctly without any custom scripts.  Is this not the case?

Tha strange things is exactly that. With simple stanzas like that:

> >  auto vmbr0
> >  iface vmbr0 inet static
> >         address
> >         netmask
> >         bridge_ports enp2s0f0
> >         bridge_stp off
> >         bridge_fd 0
> >         bridge_vlan_aware yes
> >
> >  auto vmbr1
> >  iface vmbr1 inet static
> >         address
> >         netmask
> >         gateway
> >         bridge_ports enp2s0f1
> >         bridge_stp off
> >         bridge_fd 0

interfaces get correctly brought up (eg, and 'ip address show' list
interfaces correctly), but looking at 'journalctl -b' seems that
if-up.d and if-down.d scripts get never executed.

*ALL* scripts, of course, not only mine...

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