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has caused the Debian Bug report #818845,
regarding bridge-utils breaks ifupdown hooks for child interfaces
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Package: bridge-utils
Version: 1.5-9

The bridge-utils features an explicit call to `/etc/network/if-*.d/vlan`,
but this has the effect of breaking all other ifupdown hook scripts
called on interfaces that are bridged together.  The case I'm looking at
is a device where extra commands are needed before a given interface
becomes available.  Doing something like `ifquery $iface >/dev/null 2>&1`
and running `ifup` if true might alleviate this.

My case is an interface has an attached switch chip and if the commands
to configure the switch chip aren't run beforehand Bad Things(tm) can

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This has already been fixed
Manty/BestiaTester ->

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