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Re: [opensuse] Leap 15.0 Networking Woes #2 (NetworkManager conflicts with Wicked)
  • From: Per Jessen <per@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 01 Jun 2018 19:59:52 +0200
  • Message-id: <pes1io$ef5$1@saturn.local.net>
Andrei Verovski wrote:

Hi,

Leap 15 networking woes continue with another PC - Jetway
JBC390F541WAA-19B with 10 network interfaces (all Intel i211 Rev03).
It is critical infrastructure PC which is used as KVM host for routing
software - VyOS (luckily I have a backup router).

Need to say, previously installed 42.3 worked without ANY problem
whatsoever (unfortunately, SSD with old system is already
reformatted). 100% fresh install (as Server in Yast installer + GUI)
on new WD SSD (old SSD was OK but replaced for insurance), AppArmor,
IPv6 and even firewall are disabled. Kernel scheduler set to deadline.
All latest updates installed. Only ONE internal i211 ethernet
interface currently used, static IP.

Networking doesn’t work at all, rcnetwork status shows “wicked [788]:
eth9 setup-in-progress”, and this continues for forever. eth0 - eth8
are completely disconnected, no cables inside sockets This is clearly
a problem with wicked and “igb" kernel module combo, because USB
AX88772 Ethernet adapter works with the same PC with same cable and
switch. Even LEDs on these interfaces are off all the time.

When they have no cables attached, LEDs would be off. Do you have LEDs
lit on eth9 ?

Andrei, when posting logs and such, instead of everyone here getting
4000 lines, it might be better if you were to use paste.opensuse.org
and just post the links.

In the logs I noticed:

wickedd-nanny[795]: eth9: state=device-up want=network-up,
wait-for=link-up

This seems to indicate tat eth9 does not have a connection. Can you
perhaps post output from "ip addr show dev eth9" and "ethtool eth9" ?



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