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eth x venet difference
in my centos /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ i have these files (amongst others):
i want to ask what is the difference between them, which one is for what?
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- Sep 2013
- Alberta, Canada
ifcfg-lo is the configuration file for the localhost interface - normally = 127.0.0.1
ifcfg-eth0 is the configuration file for the "ethernet 0" interface = this is your IP and is usually set to use dhcp but can have static settings.
ifcfg-venet0 is the configuration file for a virtual interface created by the OpenVZ application which is an operating system virtualization product.
Hope that helps!