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comment What's the point in redirecting output of grep to /dev/null?
if the documentation is correct "the exit status is 0 even if an error occurred"... I think -q option does not seem appropriate... because you want it to know about the error by checking the exit status.
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comment How to check how many lanes are used by the PCIe card?
in your example the output text has both width x16 and width x8. I assume this is interpretted as: the link capacity is width x16 and this device has negotiated width x8?
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comment How do you configure the MTU for all network adapters via a script?
Because it's going to be part of an installer script that will be used on many machines.
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comment How do you configure the MTU for all network adapters via a script?
@itsbruce, ah thanks for the clarification regarding your changes being non-persistent. I updated and further clarified the "persistent" aspect of the question.
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comment How do you configure the MTU for all network adapters via a script?
does ip* set mtu 4096* require a service network restart for changes to take effect?
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comment How do you configure the MTU for all network adapters via a script?
I was thinking to myself: 1. list all the /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth* files 2. iterate over the list 3. add a new line for each config file MTU=4096 4. optionally do a service network restart
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