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2016 Jul 07
2
NetworkManger creates extra bonds; is this a bug?
Hi All, I see an unexpected beahviour from NetworkManager on CentOS 7.1. Using nmcli tool, I create a bond with two slaves as explained in the Red Hat 7.1 Networking guide. I enable slaves and master; bond works as expected. When I restart NetworkManager, it creates a new bond with the same name but not connected to any device. Two bonds with the same name is confusing for my other monitoring scripts. I...
2009 May 15
0
[PATCH server] use service layer for Network controller.
There's still room for additional refactoring as we may want to eventually split out nic, bonding, and ip address manipulation into their own controller/svc module, but that would be a much more extensive redesign than we want to deal with for the overall service layer creation refactoring. Signed-off-by: Scott Seago <sseago@redhat.com> --- src/app/controllers/network...
2016 Jul 07
2
NetworkManger creates extra bonds; is this a bug?
On 07/07/16 05:36 PM, Digimer wrote: > On 07/07/16 05:21 PM, Joe Smithian wrote: >> Hi All, >> >> I see an unexpected beahviour from NetworkManager on CentOS 7.1. >> Using nmcli tool, I create a bond with two slaves as explained in the Red >> Hat 7.1 Networking guide. I enable slaves and master; bond works as >> expected. >> When I restart NetworkManager, it creates a new bond with the same name but >> not connected to any device. Two bonds with the same name is confusin...
2008 Jul 04
4
Problem with Bonding Driver
Hi, I've using linux bonding in active-backup mode to combine two pairs of GigE NICs (eth0/eth1, eth2/eth3) into two logical bonds (bond0/bond1). All is working fine. However, I would like to specify a primary interface for each bond. This means I need to specify different options to the bonding module for each...
2016 Jul 11
0
NetworkManger creates extra bonds; is this a bug?
Hi Neil, Thanks for your comments. What's the purpose of creating spurious ?bond0?? It's confusing. Is it anywhere documented? Every time I restart NetworkManager it creates another bond0! Joe On Thu, Jul 7, 2016 at 5:44 PM, Digimer <lists at alteeve.ca> wrote: > On 07/07/16 05:36 PM, Digimer wrote: > > On 07/07/16 05:21 PM, Joe Smithian wr...
2007 Jul 19
2
How to check an inactive slave in a bond?
I''m using bonding in active-fallback mode to guarantee maximum availability on some critical servers. The mii mode is active so I can detect things like dead card and/or unplugged cable even on the inactive slave. But how do I check that the inactive slave is properly configured/connected to the switch...
2016 Jul 07
0
NetworkManger creates extra bonds; is this a bug?
On 07/07/16 05:21 PM, Joe Smithian wrote: > Hi All, > > I see an unexpected beahviour from NetworkManager on CentOS 7.1. > Using nmcli tool, I create a bond with two slaves as explained in the Red > Hat 7.1 Networking guide. I enable slaves and master; bond works as > expected. > When I restart NetworkManager, it creates a new bond with the same name but > not connected to any device. Two bonds with the same name is confusing for > my ot...
2010 Aug 19
1
dmesg- bnx2i: iSCSI not supported, dev=eth0
Getting "bnx2i: iSCSI not supported, dev=eth0" for all the NIC adapters on all of my R710's running CentOS 5.5. Here is an sample of the error messages: bonding: Warning: either miimon or arp_interval and arp_ip_target module parameters must be specified, otherwise bonding will not detect link failures! see bonding.txt for details. bonding: bond0: setting mode to active-backup (1). bonding: bond0: Setting MII monitoring interval to 500. ADDRCONF(NETDE...
2009 Oct 06
0
[PATCH server] new host networking wui
.../src/app/controllers/host_controller.rb @@ -104,10 +104,46 @@ class HostController < ApplicationController render :layout => 'popup' end + def update_network + # adjust parameters as necessary + params[:nics] = {} if params[:nics].nil? + params[:bondings] = {} if params[:bondings].nil? + params[:nics].each { |id,n| + unless n[:ip_address].nil? + # FIXME make this able to be v4 or v6 address + n[:ip_addresses] = [IpV4Address.new({ :address => n[:ip_address] })] + n.delete(:ip_address) + end + } + params...
2012 Sep 06
2
[Advice] CentOS6 + KVM + bonding + bridging
With the current talk on bonding, I have a few questions of my own. I'm setting up a KVM host with CentOS 6.3 x86_64 on which I'd like to attach the VMs to a bonded interface. My target setup is one where two GigE NICs are bonded and then the KVM bridge interface is attached to the bonded interface. Initially I tried...
2013 Aug 14
12
xen 4.3 - bridge with bonding under Debian Wheezy
Hi all, i have a xen 4.3 installation and would like to have a bridge bond szenario: *** eth0 eth1 | | bond0 | br0 | vif = [ ''bridge=br0,mac=xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx'' ] *** With the network script in debian wheezy *** /etc/network/interfaces auto bond0 iface bond0 in...
2009 Oct 06
1
Bond Issues
I have a machine I just deployed w/ tg3 interfaces, I have setup bonding on this same line of server (HP DL380 G4) a million times. I saw there were changes recently to how you configure a bond and have my setup configured according to: http://kbase.redhat.com/faq/docs/DOC-7431 The HP switch has a LACP trunk defined on the two ports. Problem is,...
2007 May 24
5
bonding + VLANs -> Oops/panic, no VLAN on 100 Mbit cards [SOLVED]
As the issue concerns both the -user (configuration) and -devel (OOPS), I''m sending this message to both lists. Some time ago I complained about two problems: - VLANs are not working on machines with 100 Mbit cards - I get a kernel Oops (sometimes panic) when I try to use bonding and VLANs with Xen The root of the issue is the same in both cases: VLAN interfaces must *not* be brought up before we start our Xen network scripts. So have four cases with Xen: 1. Bonding + VLAN leads to an Oops 2. Bonding + VLAN works 3. VLANs don''t work with 100 Mbit cards 4...
2007 May 24
5
bonding + VLANs -> Oops/panic, no VLAN on 100 Mbit cards [SOLVED]
As the issue concerns both the -user (configuration) and -devel (OOPS), I''m sending this message to both lists. Some time ago I complained about two problems: - VLANs are not working on machines with 100 Mbit cards - I get a kernel Oops (sometimes panic) when I try to use bonding and VLANs with Xen The root of the issue is the same in both cases: VLAN interfaces must *not* be brought up before we start our Xen network scripts. So have four cases with Xen: 1. Bonding + VLAN leads to an Oops 2. Bonding + VLAN works 3. VLANs don''t work with 100 Mbit cards 4...
2007 Apr 12
1
bonding
I four nodes setup to do active-backup bonding and the drivers loaded for the bonded network interfaces vary between tg3 and e100. All interfaces with the e100 driver loaded report errors much like what you see here: bonding: bond0: link status definitely down for interface eth2, disabling it e100: eth2: e100_watchdog: link up, 100Mbps, fu...
2007 Mar 19
2
TC not working well with bonded nics please help
Hi, I am facing a problem when I run tc on the bonded nic cards. When I run tc on a single nic card, it worked perfectly fine. But when I run tc on a bond of two nics, tc gives poor performance. The two nics were bonded in round-robin (load balancing) mode. I created a qdisc, class and a filter as follows: tc qdisc add dev bond0 root handle 1: htb...
2017 Apr 18
2
anaconda/kickstart: bonding device not created as expected
Hi, I am currently struggling with the right way to configure a bonding device via kickstart (via PXE). I am installing servers which have "eno" network interfaces. Instead of the expected bonding device with two active slaves (bonding mode is balance-alb), I get a bonding device with only one active slave and an independent, non-bonded network devic...
2013 Mar 18
1
CentOS 6.4 kickstart bonding
Hi all, Someone played with kickstart bonding with centos 6.4 ? CentOS 6.4, as upstream now support ifcae bonding in kickstart network section. I've an issue with configuring a second bonding iface in kicstart on CentOS 6.4. The first bonding (bond0) works as espected but the second is not configured during installation. I've a 6...
2010 May 28
1
bogus bond0 device showing up in /proc/net/dev
I'm running into a situation where a bogus bonded interface named "bond0" is being created, in addition to the desired "bond2" interface. Can anyone confirm this? Anyone know why it's happening or what I do to get rid of it? I wanted to start my numbering scheme at 2 instead of 0, which I didn't think would be...
2007 Dec 17
1
Bonding problem in CENTOS4
I use bonding under CENTOS4.5 x32_62. I have these weird messages when I'm restarting network. Do you have any ideas how to fix this? (there is similar bug for centos5 http://bugs.centos.org/view.php?id=2404, but the author says that it worked for him in centos4...) Thanks Vitaly Dec 17 0...