When you have to troubleshoot, it's important to understand the
elements of the network on your system.
Here are some ideas for
finding out information about your network:
- It is also important to understand the elements of the network
on your system. For example, you might want to list bridges to
see which devices are enslaved by the bridge. To do this, use
the brctl command.
- You might also want to list network devices and evaluate
existing configurations. To do this, use these commands:
ip, ifconfig, and
- You can use systemctl status eucanetd.service to check status, or
eucanetd -d to force eucanetd to run in the foreground, sending
log messages to the terminal.
- You can get further information if you use the
euca-describe commands with the
verbose options. For example,
euca-describe-instances verbose returns
all instances running by all users on the system. Other describe
- euca-describe-volumes verbose
- euca-describe-snapshots verbose
- euca-describe-groups verbose
- euca-describe-keypairs verbose