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Re: [Xen-users] Doubt about NIC on domU

Well, in terms of number of interfaces per domU, you certainly haven't exceeded that.  I've got plenty of domUs that use two network interfaces and a couple that use three - no issues there.  I've never tried ethernet aliases before in a domU, so I couldn't tell you if that works or not.  Which interface is failing when you boot the domU?  If the alias is the only one failing I'd say there's an issue with IP aliasing, but more information is needed.  Also, is this a PV domU or an HVM?

>>> On 2008/05/29 at 21:57, "Waldirio Manhães Pinheiro" <waldirio@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
     Hello Friends

  I'd like to ask about how many interfaces can I configure on my domU.

  I've one x4600 (Sun Fire) with 32GB RAM and 16 CPU's AMD Opteron, with RedHat AS 4up5, and I created two guest machines with 4 CPU's each, 2 NICs and 2GB RAM. So, I needed set 3 IP address then I set one IP in eth0, another in eth0:1 (alias) and another in eth1. On first boot later set the interface work fine, but later ..., not more.

  Tomorrow I'll post the error message, because I'm not near of machine now.

Thank's in advanced.

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