On 08/20/14 at 01:47pm, Vivek Goyal wrote:
On Wed, Aug 20, 2014 at 10:42:28AM -0400, Vivek Goyal wrote:
> So I would rather stick to the mechanism of determining all the routes
> going through an interface and add the ones which are not present in
> second kernel's routing table.
In first kernel, who brings up the static routes? I am assuming Network
Manager. If that's the case, why not copy the relevant configuration
files in kdump initramfs and let network manager do the job.
Yeah, originally I thought so. Later it's not about the static route.
Any route need be considered. It will be much simpler if only think
about the static route conf.
That will be /etc/sysconfig/route-eth0 according its using in 1st
Do we have network manager working in kdump initramfs or not?