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Group :: System/Base
Source RPM: alterator-net-functions
Current version: 2.0.2-alt1
Built: over 3 years ago
Rebuilt: about 3 years ago
Size: 17.3 KB
Repocop status: experimental
License: GPL
Summary: helpers for etcnet administration

helpers for etcnet administration

Current maintainer: Mikhail Efremov

List of contributors: ACL: List of rpms provided by this srpm:
  • alterator-net-functions
Recent changes (last three changelog entries):

2017-08-23 Evgeny Sinelnikov 2.0.2-alt1

    - valid_ipv4addr: Allow 0 in last byte. (closes: #33795)

2016-06-21 Mikhail Efremov 2.0.1-alt1

    - valid_ipv4addr: Allow 255 in 2nd and 3th bytes.

2016-03-23 Mikhail Efremov 2.0.0-alt1

    - Drop unneeded line.
    - Add functions for read current default route and DNS settings.
    - Suppress 'broken pipe' error message.
    - Add list_bridge() and list_bridge_with_cache().
    - Add function for host interfaces.
    - list_iface(): Skip ifaces in a bonding.
    - list_eth(): Don't replace interface with bridge.
    - Add init_slave_eth_iface_cache().
    - tests: Add more ipv*addr tests.
    - Add warning for deprecated functions.
    - Remove read_iface_slaves().
    - Add remove_iface_with_cache().
    - Add list_vlans_for_iface() and list_vlans_for_iface_with_cache().
    - iface_has_host(): Suppress find's error messages.
    - Add list_vlan() and list_vlan_with_cache().
    - Introduce function for work with cached data.
    - next_iface(): Pass ifaces directory as argument.
    - list_network(): Pass ifaces directory as second argument.
    - Use list_etcnet_iface_filtered() to list interfaces.
    - Use list_etcnet_iface_filtered for list_ppp().
    - Add functions for filtered interfaces list.
    - iface_has_host: Handle VLAN interfaces too.
    - Rename read_iface_slaves -> read_iface_host_var.
The Geyser project is based on code from Prometheus2.0, which had been made available under the MIT License.