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by jlehtone
2022/08/15 08:46:19
Forum: CentOS 7 - Networking Support
Topic: KVM Networking
Replies: 12
Views: 212

Re: KVM Networking

You are correct. The host server does have 2 additional IP's. at br0:1 and a br0:2 Absolutely. It's also possible that your ISP (OVH?) has done some tricky network configuration. [/quote] The ifname:N is "IP aliasing". One creates "virtual" subinterfaces. Each interface has IP address and therefore...
by jlehtone
2022/08/14 17:06:12
Forum: CentOS 7 - Networking Support
Topic: KVM Networking
Replies: 12
Views: 212

Re: KVM Networking

My VM's look very similar, with entries like: <interface type='bridge'> <mac address='52:54:00:*:*:*/> <source bridge='brlan'/> <model type='virtio'/> <address type='pci' domain='0x0000' bus='0x02' slot='0x00' function='0x0'/> </interface> The difference is that when my VM's are up, they do show on ...
by jlehtone
2022/08/14 15:55:02
Forum: CentOS 7 - Networking Support
Topic: KVM Networking
Replies: 12
Views: 212

Re: KVM Networking

First, the brctl shows two bridges and only one interface in each. (The virbr0 is a bridge created by default libvirt config and represents virtual network -- 192.168.122.0/24 named "default". We don't need to care about that.) The important point here is that your VM does not have an interface on t...
by jlehtone
2022/08/14 09:09:50
Forum: CentOS 7 - Networking Support
Topic: KVM Networking
Replies: 12
Views: 212

Re: KVM Networking

Are the obfuscated xxx.xxx.xxx and xxx.xxx.xxx the same or different subnets?

On the host:

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brctl show
ip ro
by jlehtone
2022/08/14 08:32:47
Forum: 8 /8-Stream / 9-Stream - Networking Support
Topic: 9-stream no dhcp lease to a new vm with bridged networking
Replies: 13
Views: 453

Re: 9-stream no dhcp lease to a new vm with bridged networking

Completely off-topic now but I'm curious why people choose rhel-clones over debian/ubuntu? I can tell only my reasons: I've used RHL, Fedora Core, and CentOS Linux (and RHEL somewhere too). What they have is familiar (RPM-packages, yum-repos, location of configs) and RHEL has documentation. I've se...
by jlehtone
2022/08/13 16:56:19
Forum: 8 /8-Stream / 9-Stream - General Support
Topic: Run httpd as user other than apache
Replies: 4
Views: 102

Re: Run httpd as user other than apache

davewithheld wrote:
2022/08/13 05:55:39
I am trying to run httpd (apache) as a different user.
Should we ask: "Why"?

We want to rule out XY-problem.
by jlehtone
2022/08/13 13:51:29
Forum: 8 /8-Stream / 9-Stream - General Support
Topic: Run httpd as user other than apache
Replies: 4
Views: 102

Re: Run httpd as user other than apache

Therefore, one can override the defaults with config file in /etc/tmpfiles.d
See https://www.freedesktop.org/software/sy ... les.d.html

Likewise, the settings of httpd.service can be augmented or replaced with files under /etc/systemd/system/
by jlehtone
2022/08/12 18:53:25
Forum: 8 /8-Stream / 9-Stream - General Support
Topic: NetworkManager 1.39.6 - 1.39.10 is broken, awaiting new version
Replies: 2
Views: 70

Re: NetworkManager 1.39.6 - 1.39.10 is broken, awaiting new version

The RHEL 8.6 and RHEL 9.0 do have NM 1.36.0. The Stream 8 has NM 1.39.10 (released 2022-07-19). The Stream 9 has NM 1.39.12 (released 2022-08-03). The bug #2109285 says that "RHEL 8.7" and "RHEL 9.1" are affected. Is it reasonable to assume that the 8.7 and 9.1 do already have dedicated branches and...
by jlehtone
2022/08/12 12:16:50
Forum: 8 /8-Stream / 9-Stream - Networking Support
Topic: 9-stream no dhcp lease to a new vm with bridged networking
Replies: 13
Views: 453

Re: 9-stream no dhcp lease to a new vm with bridged networking

I presume that the development of Fedora is something like: * After release of a Fedora version (e.g. 34) two things happen: 1. A "Fedora 34" code branch is diverted from the main codebase "rawhide" 2. New features are started to add to rawhide * As time passes, minor (critical) fixes may be added t...
by jlehtone
2022/08/11 19:22:13
Forum: 8 /8-Stream / 9-Stream - Networking Support
Topic: NAT two private networks
Replies: 1
Views: 67

Re: NAT two private networks

Lets have: aa -- A -- ra -- C -- rb -- B -- bb The aa is a client in network A. When it wants to talk someone else in A, it does that "link-local". Everything else it does pass to member "ra" of A, which is a router -- the gateway to other subnets. So, the aa sends a packet that has (SRC=aa, DST=bb)...