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From Noel Kendall <noeldkend...@hotmail.com>
Subject V4.1.0 w/ KVM Hyperv on CentOS6.4 + Adv Network + VLAN = <no joy>
Date Wed, 31 Jul 2013 12:31:20 GMT
I would appreciate help understanding why this StartCommand:
{"StartCommand":{"vm":{"id":2,"name":"v-2-VM","type":"ConsoleProxy","cpus":1,"speed":500,"minRam":1073741824,"maxRam":1073741824,"arch":"x86_64","os":"Debian
GNU/Linux 5.0 (32-bit)","bootArgs":" template=domP type=consoleproxy host=10.10.0.250 port=8250
name=v-2-VM premium=true zone=1 pod=1 guid=Proxy.2 proxy_vm=2 disable_rp_filter=true eth2ip=67.211.104.52
eth2mask=255.255.255.240 gateway=***.***.***.62 eth0ip=169.254.3.184 eth0mask=255.255.0.0
eth1ip=10.10.0.246 eth1mask=255.255.255.0 mgmtcidr=10.10.0.0/24 localgw=10.10.0.254 internaldns1=10.10.0.253
internaldns2=10.10.0.254 dns1=66.212.224.241 dns2=66.212.224.242","rebootOnCrash":false,"enableHA":false,"limitCpuUse":false,"vncPassword":"69c7406d1126dbcb","params":{},"uuid":"a2863d9e-13c7-4f6b-b2eb-16fd9e050553",
"disks":[		{"id":2,"name":"ROOT-2","mountPoint":"/mnt/vg_primary_raid1/primaryxfsraid/primary","path":"6f51e106-8f3d-4a47-b010-9a81a6909aad","size":0,"type":"ROOT","storagePoolType":"NetworkFilesystem","storagePoolUuid":"0a37e7d0-4b3c-3668-9d7e-5aac1b552aca","deviceId":0}
	]	"nics":[		{"deviceId":2,"networkRateMbps":-1,"defaultNic":true,"uuid":"6b8c3b95-a75a-4555-b775-c4578bbe4e9b","ip":"***.***.***.52","netmask":"255.255.255.240","gateway":"***.***.***.62","mac":"06:0e:32:00:01:06","dns1":"***.***.224.241","dns2":"***.***.224.242","broadcastType":"Vlan","type":"Public","broadcastUri":"vlan://5","isolationUri":"vlan://5","isSecurityGroupEnabled":false,"name":"cloudpublic"},
	{"deviceId":0,"networkRateMbps":-1,"defaultNic":false,"uuid":"caec5b49-d139-4f05-8fb8-8b23b9bd1614","ip":"169.254.3.184","netmask":"255.255.0.0","gateway":"169.254.0.1","mac":"0e:00:a9:fe:03:b8","broadcastType":"LinkLocal","type":"Control","isSecurityGroupEnabled":false},
	{"deviceId":1,"networkRateMbps":-1,"defaultNic":false,"uuid":"bc910056-23db-4259-8e4f-2006f5ac4275","ip":"10.10.0.246","netmask":"255.255.255.0","gateway":"10.10.0.254","mac":"06:9d:38:00:00:07","broadcastType":"Native","type":"Management","isSecurityGroupEnabled":false,"name":"cloudmanagement"}
	]},	"hostIp":"10.10.0.1","wait":0}},{"check.CheckSshCommand":{"ip":"169.254.3.184","port":3922,"interval":6,"retries":100,"name":"v-2-VM","wait":0}}
results in:
2013-07-31 04:09:02,849 INFO  [cloud.vm.VirtualMachineManagerImpl] (secstorage-1:null) Unable
to start VM on Host[-2-Routing] due to Failed to create vnet 5: DEBUG op=add pif=eth4 vlanId=5
brName=breth4-5Set name-type for VLAN subsystem. Should be visible in /proc/net/vlan/configdevice
eth4.5 is already a member of a bridge; can't enslave it to bridge breth4-5.Failed to add
vlan: eth4.5 to breth4-520
*** note *** I obscured the public addresses for obvious reasons, these are known good, and
worked fine with existing swtich configurationunder a V4.0.1 implementation

Background config information:
Advanced Network, VLAN isolation
2 Phys Networks, 1 for stor/mgmt, 1 for public/gueston the public/guest network, KVM traffic
labels are respectively cloudguest and cloudpublic
On the KVM hypervisor, cloudpublic is a bridge, eth4.5 is configured on that bridge, VLAN
5 is set up in the switch
The physical network has an IP range defined for a small group of public addresses, configured
on VLAN 5

I have read through the code best I can to follow the path to attempt to determine why the
start command processing is not happywith the cloudpublic bridge, and tries to create a breth4.5
bridge and enslave the eth4.5 interface to it. Why not just use the cloudpublicbridge and
carry on? Something is not making sense to me here.
Any help appreciated.
Many thanks, Noel

 		 	   		  
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