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SubjectRe: bonding.c and proc_fs
Willy TARREAU wrote:
>
> Hello !
>
> I think that you should wait a bit before writing a config in /proc for the
> bonding driver.
> I have rewritten quite a part of it to support link detection and make it a bit
> fail safe.
> Moreover, I had to rewrite partly ifenslave.c (which is included in the same
> patch). Everything
> *seems* to work fine (even in SMP now) and I've submitted this to Thomas Davis
> after
> Constantine Gavrilov has done some tests. If you're interested in, I can send
> you the currently
> working patch (with longer doc). It may change the way you planned your
> configuration in /proc.
>
> Regards,
>
> Willy

Sorry for the AOLism, but... Me too, I also want to give a try to the
patch.

I also want to try bonding between two machines, one 486 and one dual
200mmx, and until now without luck, I only managed to lockup the dual
machine by doing ifconfig up & down and insmod & rmmod, mostly because
the lack of documentation.

Thanks.

--
Jorge Nerin
<comandante@zaralinux.com>
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