Created attachment 1514919 [details]
udevadm output for lan ports on pci card
Description of problem:
When booting, multi-port lan card is not properly named
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
Port is not renamed from ethN to correct persistent name
Port should be renamed to correct persistent name
e1000e driver does not assign unique ID_NET_NAME
Dec 16 14:25:18 central systemd-udevd: could not rename interface '4' from 'eth1' to 'ens6f0': File exists
Dec 16 14:25:18 central systemd-udevd: could not rename interface '7' from 'eth4' to 'ens6f1': File exists
By chance, had a look at udev bug list, but since the current assignee
contact indicates that "udev" is no longer tracked as a separate
component, reassigning to "systemd" (for systemd-udev).
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