On Mon, Dec 14, 2015 at 2:57 PM, Joe Brockmeier <jzb(a)redhat.com> wrote:
On 12/14/2015 03:23 PM, Kushal Das wrote:
> The third choice is already in the images along with systemd. We are
> talking about enabling it as default networking stack. Ubuntu already
> has a beta implementation in place with network instead of networking
> If we have to stay ahead in innovation, we have to do things for the
> "First" of our four foundation. We were ahead in adopting systemd, we
> should do the same for Networkd.
Anybody willing to put together (or already have) a list of PMI info
about the options so we can make a decision?
Not entirely sure this is what you're looking for but Major Hayden was
nice enough to do a write up for the Cloud SIG.
Major also has some really interesting blog posts on his personal site
using systemd-networkd to do all sorts of things I didn't know it was
> When do we need to decide by? Can we switch like, now, and then back it
> out if we find that it breaks all the things?
>  Plus, Minus, Interesting
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