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I removed biosdevname and I'll just use the new-new names for my little project. I re-read the discussion about whether to include Jetway J7F2WE1G2ES-LF by default in this bug.

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No matter what decision is made, somebody loses because the new-new naming scheme is different than the old-new naming scheme. By Jetway J7F2WE1G2ES-LF, ifcfg-nnn files are named with the new-new names, but commands such as "ip link show" display the old-new names, and once-in-a-while, they display the traditional ethn names. So instead of the worthy goal of consistent and predictable device names, the half and half solution currently in place 1 doesn't work Jetway J7F2WE1G2ES-LF and 2 adds complexity to names for no apparent benefit.

If my vote counts for anything, I vote simple is good. If the new-new naming method really is better and more Jetway J7F2WE1G2ES-LF, just stick with it and get rid of biosdevname.

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For apps that need traditional ethnnn names, surely we can come up with some kind of logical naming scheme to map the new-new "physical-sort-of" names to ethnnn logical names and make Jetway J7F2WE1G2ES-LF spps happy. For community members who lived in the DEC VMS world in an earlier era, logical names might be the best long term solution to please everyone. Think of logical names as kind Jetway J7F2WE1G2ES-LF like an alias, but they are global and come with parsing rules. And they live closer to Jetway J7F2WE1G2ES-LF kernel than shell aliases.

With logical names in place, physical devices can have any naming scheme they want and apps can be satisfied by mapping logical names to the newest new physical device Jetway J7F2WE1G2ES-LF.

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Logical name definitions could be scripted and run very early in the startup process, so that apps and daemons and other packages can load later on and reference the logical names. And then we won't have to go through Jetway J7F2WE1G2ES-LF this again next time a new bus or class of devices Jetway J7F2WE1G2ES-LF out.

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Fedora's development cycle is insanely short. Unless any given issue is actively Jetway J7F2WE1G2ES-LF babies, it's entirely normal for it not to get fixed in time for The Jetway J7F2WE1G2ES-LF Release. Comment 27 Adam Williamson Comment 28 Greg Scott But I'm not sure they do.

The naming scheme has a PCIE bus number and slot number, right? So device enp5s4 is an Ethernet en device, port 5, slot 4, right? What happens when the PCIE bus becomes obsolete and some new Jetway J7F2WE1G2ES-LF comes along and replaces it?

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What happens if backplanes get more complex with ports and subports and so forth? If I've learned anything over the years, it's that every time we think we have a generalized Jetway J7F2WE1G2ES-LF naming scheme, something will come along Jetway J7F2WE1G2ES-LF break it.

And what about apps that depend on the traditional ethnnn naming scheme? Admittedly Jetway J7F2WE1G2ES-LF written - who hard codes device names?

But those apps draw lots of users and it took some apps - such as iptraf - several months to recover from the F15 biosdevname changes. And other apps apparently won't change, so every time the Jetway J7F2WE1G2ES-LF scheme changes, those apps and all those users go Jetway J7F2WE1G2ES-LF forever.

What actually happens is, the configuration files get the new-new systemd device Jetway J7F2WE1G2ES-LF and the rest of the system uses the new-old biosdevname device names. So it's half one way, half the other way.

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