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*SOLVED* howto detect veth ip address [message #25197] Mon, 17 December 2007 14:07 Go to next message
Dietmar Maurer is currently offline  Dietmar Maurer
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I wonder if it is possible to detect the IP address of a virtual
ethernet device inside VE0? Sure, I can do:

>  vzctl exec 777 ifconfig eth0

but is there a faster way, maybe an ioctl for veth777.0

(VPS777 uses dhcp to get the ip address)

- Dietmar

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Re: howto detect veth ip address [message #25228 is a reply to message #25197] Tue, 18 December 2007 08:47 Go to previous messageGo to next message
khorenko is currently offline  khorenko
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Hello Dietmar,

well, looks like "vzctl exec" is the only way to get the access to the veth settings inside a VE.

Well, slight speedup you can get if you use "ip" command instead of "ifconfig". Smile

Hope using "vzctl exec" is not so slow, isn't it?

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AW: Re: howto detect veth ip address [message #25418 is a reply to message #25228] Mon, 24 December 2007 09:04 Go to previous message
Dietmar Maurer is currently offline  Dietmar Maurer
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> well, looks like "vzctl exec" is the only way to get the 
> access to the veth settings inside a VE.
> 
> Well, slight speedup you can get if you use "ip" command 
> instead of "ifconfig". :)
> 
> Hope using "vzctl exec" is not so slow, isn't it?

Sure, vzctl exec ist quite fast.

- Dietmar
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