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[Xen-users] Using PVM with pciback.hide and live-migration

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  • From: "Marco Sinhoreli" <msinhore@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 22 Feb 2007 17:13:56 -0200
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Hello all,

I'm writing a documentation about HA with VMs using Xen hypervisors
and the pciback.hide functionality. I'm imagining a scene with 3
NIC's. the NIC eth0 is the bridge to LAN. eth1 and eth2 is a load
balance between 2 intenet links. Well, if I will be using the eth1 and
eth2 with the option pciback.hide, I need to live-migration function
the same PCI addressing and the same mac address. It's correct? Now,
before I continue, is possible use VM live-migration with a NIC via
pciback.hide considering the same PCI address and MAC address in both


Marco Sinhoreli

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