# ls -l /lib/systemd/network/

That looks fine. So either that directory is still broken in the file
system, or ...

> Linux xxxxxxx.xxx 4.4.21-rh35-20160915144431.xenU.x86_64 #1 SMP Thu
Sep

This is not an Ubuntu kernel; some RedHat kernel built for Xen? Might it
be possible that there are some SElinux rules which somehow prevent
creation of that file? Anything in dmesg after the failed attempt?

> # strace -vvs1024 touch 
> /lib/systemd/network/80-container-host0.network.dpkg-new
> [-] Error 0x7a911401 in attaching to process!

Err, what -- there must be some external security mechanism which
prevents that, or indeed just file system corruption. Does "strace true"
work?

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