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[Xen-users] vm's losing network adapter

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Subject: [Xen-users] vm's losing network adapter
From: "Peter Ranson" <peter.ranson@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 26 May 2011 09:48:34 -0000
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i am having problems with windows VM's randomly losing the network adapter.
One minute its working fine, then it drops off the network. the solution is
to reboot the VM.

doing a little more digging, windows can see the xen net adapter, but it
says it cannot start.

i am using a template that is working perfectly well on another host i have,
and has been for months, so its not the template.

my concern is that the box it is on has a fair number of vm's on it (107
currently) and that there is some restriction on xen that will only allow a
certain number of vm bridges at 1 time

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