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Re: IP4 address conservation method
From: Bjørn Mork <bjorn () mork no>
Date: Fri, 07 Jun 2013 10:01:38 +0200
Jimmy Hess <mysidia () gmail com> writes:
The kernel has its defaults, but distribution vendors such as
Redhat/Ubuntu/Debian, are free to supply their own defaults through
sysctl.conf or their NetworkManager packages or network configuration
It's interesting to note they have so far chosen to go (mostly) with
I'm sure most people do not have a problem, or else, someone would
have updated the defaults by now
Changing defaults will break stuff for people relying on those defaults.
This is usually not acceptable. At least not in the kernel.
The behaviour is well documented and easy to change. Whining about the
defaults not matching personal preferences is useless noise.
Re: IP4 address conservation method Ricky Beam (Jun 05)
Re: IP4 address conservation method rdrake (Jun 06)
Re: IP4 address conservation method Jimmy Hess (Jun 06)
RE: IP4 address conservation method Christopher Papandreou (Jun 05)
- Re: IP4 address conservation method, (continued)