A Dimarts 26 Maig 2009, Fajar A. Nugraha va escriure:
> On Tue, May 26, 2009 at 3:16 PM, Leopold Palomo-Avellaneda
> <leo@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> >> The bridge and physical interface MUST be up. On your case, the bridge
> >> is eth1 and the physical device is peth1. It does NOT need to have an
> >> IP address though.
> >> If I'm not mistaken earlier versions of Xen uses xenbr0/xenbr1 as
> >> bridge name, so that might be the change you get.
> > well, I have not be able (or i don't know how ...) to have an interface
> > up without an ip ... in the last version of xen, my interfaces file had
> > no entry for eth1 (peth1).
> Perhaps something like this will work
> auto eth1
> iface eth1 inet manual
nops, It didn't work ... I simply put a private IP, but it should work without
> > Yes, this is also I changethat I don't understand.
> Xen's default bridging has changed several times, and it has caused
> some problems for me in the past as well. Plus I needed to use vlans
> (have a bridge for each vlan). So I disabled xend's network scripts
> (on xend-config.sxp) and setup vlans and bridges manually from the OS.
> I'm using RHEL5.3 btw, which is stable so far, and I can complain to
> RH's support (although there was never a need to) if I get problems.
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