On 9/20/16, Denys Vlasenko <vda.li...@googlemail.com> wrote:
> On Tue, Sep 20, 2016 at 5:44 PM, Martin Townsend
> <mtownsend1...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> +++ busybox-1.24.1/networking/ifupdown.c 2016-09-06 13:39:59.288380571
>>>> @@ -501,7 +501,7 @@
>>>> int result;
>>>> # if ENABLE_FEATURE_IFUPDOWN_IP
>>>> - result = execute("ip addr flush dev %iface%", ifd, exec);
>>>> + result = execute("ip addr flush dev %iface% [[ label %label%]]", ifd,
>>>> result += execute("ip link set %iface% down", ifd, exec);
>>>> # else
>>>> /* result = execute("[[route del default gw %gateway% %iface%]]",
>>>> ifd, exec); */
>>> This looks correct, applied to git.
>>> However, the entire ifup/down thing is a bad idea.
>>> It's too inflexible. I suggest using something else.
>> I'm using ifplugd which uses ifup/down it does seem to now work but
>> out of interest what are the alternatives? and I will take a look at
>> them as I have to support an Ethernet gadget interface soon so I have
>> the option of moving to something different.
> Everyone seems to be inventing their own ways of dealing with
> the problem of setting up complex networks.
I'm just trying to get BB working with an /etc/network/interfaces
file! I can't get ifup to properly edit the /var/run/ifstate file.
> Fedora has it's (in)famous NetworkManager. I'm not too familiar with that.
I don't want to add additional software other than what is present in
BB to keep the size of the OS down.
> I dealt with it by hooking necessary daemons into the service manager
> I use, runsvdir.
Presently I don't use runsvdir, but have it planned at some point in the future.
> General idea is described here:
Looked at it, wouldn't this be the same thing as scripts in
/etc/network/if-*.d directories? Plus using those directories with
small scripts is modular instead of one big script as mentioned in the
link that can quickly get out of hand.
> Implementation details: some examples of my runsvdir setup are
> in examples/var_service/* in busybox source tree. See README file there.
> Specific examples in subdirectories are:
> - DHCP configured interface
> - interface watched by ifplugd (plug/unplug detection, DHCP does not do
> - add/maintain a ZeroConf IP address
> - watchdog service which tests (pings router) and resets iface
> - "reconfigure me" one-shot "service" which handles the case when
> IP is static (and more: it is used by other networking services;
> also it configures iptables)
> They can all be present at once, or only a subset of them.
> I probably need to add a WPA supplicant service example. I used to use
> openvpn, ppp, and vpnc-managed connections similarly to dhcp
> (by creating a service for them).
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