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I'm running CentOS 6, and I recently did some manual network configuration to make it use a static IP. But ever since I did this, every time it boots, networking doesn't work until I do
sudo service network restart
Which, really isn't bad, and I know there are ways around it. But this a really big annoyance, as the power where I live is flaky, and it often goes out. So when the server comes back up, nobody can access it until I log in and restart the network daemon. So I'm curious as to what is causing this. Any ideas?
Take a look at your /var/log/boot.log to see what happened when the network started. If you don't see it starting, check 'chkconfig --list' to make sure it's configured to start at the runlevel you're using.
Hey guys, thanks for the great responses.
Turns out, doing "chkconfig --list" turned out
network 0:off 1:off 2:off 3:off 4:off 5:off 6:off
So I did what @lithos said, and did "chkconfig --levels 2345 network on," restarted, works. Thanks for your help!
By the way, @jefro, I did tweaking to /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth1, /etc/sysconfig/network, and /etc/resolv.conf. Also had to uninstall NetworkManager because it kept changing everything back to normal.