Currently, while building the initrd with dump capture support, if a
network-based dump target is specified, network is configured in the
initial ramdisk which includes an interface name change if necessary.
When fadump is configured, the initrd used for booting production
kernel is rebuilt with dump capturing support. This initrd applies
the network configuration changes, intended for capturing a dump,
while booting the production kernel as well, potentially changing
the network interface name in production kernel. Avoid enforcing
kdump specific network parameters while boot production kernel to
tackle that problem. The first patch in this patch-set prefixes all
network related cmdline conf files with 'kdump' for graceful handling.
The second patch adds a dracut cmdline hook in the initrd to remove
network cmdline conf files while booting production kernel. The last
patch reverts an old commit that is no longer relevant with the
change in second patch.
Hari Bathini (3):
add kdump prefix to network cmdline config files
fadump: avoid renaming network interface name during regular boot
avoid network interface rename when unnecessary
dracut-kdump-boot.sh | 12 ++++++++++++
dracut-module-setup.sh | 13 +++++--------
kexec-tools.spec | 3 +++
3 files changed, 20 insertions(+), 8 deletions(-)
create mode 100644 dracut-kdump-boot.sh