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Description of problem:
RedHat 7.3 ships with package shapecfg-2.2.12-18 which have script /sbin/cbq
(version 0.3alpha2) for control traffic shaper procedures. This script contain
bug in code at lines 90 and 91:
BANDWIDTH=`echo "$DEVFIELDS"|grep $dev|grep ","|cut -d "," -f2`
WEIGHT=`echo "$DEVFIELDS"|grep $dev|grep ","|cut -d "," -f3`
environment variable $dev should be written as "\<$dev\>", elsewhere we have
problem at system with more than 10 identical interfaces, f.e. if we have in
system interfaces eth1 and eth10 both of them will be "counted" by grep with
subsequential "CBQ: can't find device $dev" error message. This bug was fixed
in version 0.3a3 of cbq.init script, but still exist in Redhat. RH6.2 has same
version of cbq.init and has same bug.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. create more than 10 indentical interfaces in system, f.e. eth0 - eth10
2. configure cbq on both eth1 and eth10
3. run cbq start
Actual Results: error messages as pointed in description
Expected Results: working shaper
Red Hat Linux 7.3 entered end of life for support a while back,
and we no longer provide software updates for the EOL'd products.
Our currently supported Fedora Core OS release uses the 2.6.x
Linux kernel, which no longer supports shapecfg (although we
accidentally still shipped shapecfg with Fedora Core 2). Under
the 2.6.x kernel, traffic shaping is done via the iproute
command, and users may migrate their shapecfg based traffic
shaping to the newer iproute based shaping infrastructure.
Setting status to "CURRENTRELEASE"