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Re: [opensuse] boot dependencies fail (wicked / network up too late?)
  • From: Per Jessen <per@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 20 Jun 2018 09:05:29 +0200
  • Message-id: <pgcubp$hpn$>
Paul Neuwirth wrote:

on Leap 15.0 I have the problem, that many systemd-services fail on
boot, or won't work correct, as network is not up and/or name
resolution doesn't work. see below.
Jun 19 08:33:16 localhost systemd[1]: Started Asterisk PBX.
Jun 19 08:33:17 localhost asterisk[986]: No ethernet interface found
for seeding global EID. You will have to set it manually.

Maybe Asterisk should also be configured to wait for the network?

Jun 19 08:33:19 localhost systemd[1]: Reached target Host and Network
Name Lookups.
Jun 19 08:33:20 localhost kernel: bond0 (uninitialized): Setting MII
monitoring interval to 100
Jun 19 08:33:20 localhost systemd-udevd[1170]: link_config:
autonegotiation is unset or enabled, the speed and duplex are not
Jun 19 08:33:20 localhost systemd-udevd[1170]: Could not generate
persistent MAC address for bond0: No such file or directory
Jun 19 08:33:21 localhost systemd-udevd[1178]: Could not
generate persistent MAC address for br0: No such file or directory

This report seems to describe a very similar situation:

Jun 19 08:33:50 localhost systemd[1]: Started wicked managed network
Jun 19 08:33:50 localhost systemd[1]: Reached target Network.

At this pint, lots of network related services seem to be kicked off:
nut, fail2ban, ntp, openssh, snmp, postfix, apache ....

Jun 19 08:33:51 localhost systemd[1]: Failed to mount

I presume an NFS mount.

It looks like lots of the network services are failing as the network
could not be started properly.

You have bond0 = eth0+eth1, and you are bridging bond0 - presumably
to/for xen?

My immediate guess: bond0 could not be configured, for whatever reason,
and that causes everything to fail. systemd mistakenly thought Network
was started and kicked everything else off.

Per Jessen, Zürich (19.1°C) - your owncloud, hosted in Switzerland.

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