On Mon, 9 Jul 2001, Kevin O Riordan wrote:
>> if [ -n "$ORDERED_INTERFACES" ]; then
> for i in $ORDERED_INTERFACES; do
> action "Bringing up interface $i, in order " ./ifup $i boot
> for i in $interfaces; do
> if echo "$ORDERED_INTERFACES" | grep -v "$i" >/dev/null 2>&1 ; then
> action "Bringing up interface $i " ./ifup $i boot
what if the interface is already up? that's what my nested for is
'for'. or does ifup handle that gracefully?
> (proposed) $ORDERED_INTERFACES variable would instinctively check the
> relevant ifcfg- file as part of investigating an ifup failure.
> Anyone ?
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