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Using NetworkManager is preferred, since all major distros support NetworkManager. You can use netplan to generate the configuration for NetworkManager if you wish. Building a yaml file vs using one … (View Post)1
Sorry for the delay. There are three methods to configure the network. As discovered, netplan is a Ubuntu tool to create a configuration file for networking. netplan can create either a "Network… (View Post)2
We use halt in our High Availably systems. If a node was declared dead by the monitor and it popped back to life it was halted. This was done to protect the shared file systems that were shared only … (View Post)3
Xinetd was mentioned in an earlier chapter. Thank you for bringing this to our attention, I tought we re-worded this question, I will check into it. Thanks Lee (View Post)1
Yes, and it is now fixed for the next version, thank you. It looks like a random act of dysllexia. (View Post)2