Am 22.07.2011 17:58, schrieb Michael D. Setzer II:
Not sure what the problem is, but I would suggest running the
dmesg | more
and see if there is any messages about it starting the eth0?
You might also want to add the ifcfg eth0 command to the
/etc/rc.local file so that it will try to bring the interface up as part of
the boot process?
This pointed in the right direction: after upgrading fedora removed
all networks from autostart leaving it up to NM to start them. This
is OK for a desktop system, but not for a server no-one ever logs in
at. After doing a
systemctl enable networking
all was again as expected! Thanks for the help!