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I've had unstable power lately and both times my network did not restart correctly. I have tracked it down to /var/run/network/ifstate still having my interface as up when really it was down on boot.

I'm using a bridge as my only interface with an IP (other than lo).

Is /var/run/network/ifstate supposed to be erased/blanked on boot? Can someone tell me which script is responsible for this? Why is lo coming up correctly but not br0?

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closed as too localized by jrg Mar 10 '12 at 16:47

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