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Old 04-27-2010, 08:49 AM
Radek Vykydal
 
Default Write ifcfg files via NetworkDevice in Network.write() method (#520146)

Now that NetworkDevice objects are backed with IfcfgFile, use its
method to write the device's ifcfg file.
---
network.py | 57 ++++-----------------------------------------------------
1 files changed, 4 insertions(+), 53 deletions(-)

diff --git a/network.py b/network.py
index 14af8c8..8f61a3a 100644
--- a/network.py
+++ b/network.py
@@ -500,50 +500,10 @@ class Network:
continue

bootproto = dev.get('BOOTPROTO').lower()
- ipv6addr = dev.get('IPV6ADDR').lower()
- ipv6prefix = dev.get('IPV6PREFIX').lower()
- ipv6autoconf = dev.get('IPV6_AUTOCONF').lower()
- dhcpv6c = dev.get('DHCPV6C').lower()
-
- newifcfg = "/tmp/ifcfg-%s.new" % (device,)
- f = open(newifcfg, "w")
- if len(dev.get("DESC")) > 0:
- f.write("# %s
" % (dev.get("DESC"),))
-
- # if bootproto is dhcp, unset any static settings (#218489)
- # *but* don't unset if either IPv4 or IPv6 is manual (#433290)
- if bootproto == 'dhcp':
- dev.unset('IPADDR')
- dev.unset('NETMASK')
- dev.unset('GATEWAY')
-
- # handle IPv6 settings correctly for the ifcfg file
- dev.unset('IPV6ADDR')
- dev.unset('IPV6PREFIX')
-
- if ipv6addr == 'dhcp':
- dev.set(('IPV6INIT', 'yes'))
- dev.set(('DHCPV6C', 'yes'))
- elif ipv6addr != ' and ipv6addr is not None:
- dev.set(('IPV6INIT', 'yes'))
-
- if ipv6prefix != ' and ipv6prefix is not None:
- dev.set(('IPV6ADDR', ipv6addr + '/' + ipv6prefix))
- else:
- dev.set(('IPV6ADDR', ipv6addr))
-
- if dev.get('IPV6_AUTOCONF').lower() == 'yes':
- dev.set(('IPV6INIT', 'yes'))
-
- f.write(str(dev))
-
# write out the hostname as DHCP_HOSTNAME if given (#81613)
if (bootproto == 'dhcp' and self.hostname and
self.overrideDHCPhostname):
- f.write("DHCP_HOSTNAME=%s
" %(self.hostname,))
-
- if dev.get('MTU') and dev.get('MTU') != 0:
- f.write("MTU=%s
" % dev.get('MTU'))
+ dev.set(('DHCP_HOSTNAME', self.hostname))

# tell NetworkManager not to touch any interfaces used during
# installation when / is on a network backed device.
@@ -555,20 +515,11 @@ class Network:
for d in anaconda.storage.devices:
if isinstance(d, storage.devices.NetworkStorageDevice) and
(rootdev.dependsOn(d) or d.nic == device):
- f.write("NM_CONTROLLED=no
")
+ dev.set(('NM_CONTROLLED', 'no'))
break

- f.close()
- os.chmod(newifcfg, 0644)
-
- # move the new ifcfg in place
- destcfg = "%s/ifcfg-%s" % (netscripts, device,)
- try:
- os.remove(destcfg)
- except OSError as e:
- if e.errno != 2:
- raise
- shutil.move(newifcfg, destcfg)
+ dev.writeIfcfgFile(netscripts)
+ dev.log_file("===== write
")

# XXX: is this necessary with NetworkManager?
# handle the keys* files if we have those
--
1.6.0.6

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