On Mon, Jan 08, 2018 at 08:17:17AM +0000, Peter Robinson wrote:
> I see wired networking and DHCP working. Upgrading kernel seems to break
> the wired networking
You should add the ARMTracker tracking bug so we'e aware of ARM
related kernel bugs.
I'm aware of the breakage but I took some PTO and given the NIC
drivers for the 64 bit AllWinner stuff was pulled back I've not had
time to fix it. I'm sorry (I'm really not) but you can either stick on
the 4.13 kernels until I get time to fix it or go to the 4.15rc6
kernel  which is known to work.
I've upgraded to kernel-4.15.3-300.fc27.aarch64 which landed in Fedora
27 repos but the wired networking / DHCP still do not work with that
I don't have serial console to do interactive troubleshooting so
I don't really know what is happening there ... checking the journal
after I've rebooted back to 4.13.9-300.fc27.aarch64, there does not
even seem to be a record of boot into that 4.15.3, so the problem
likely isn't the networking at all -- the kernel simply does not boot.
Should I try to go to rawhide kernels instead?
Senior Principal Software Engineer, OpenShift Security Team, Red Hat