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Re: [Xen-users] Problema with Dom0 network after, reboot/shutdown HVM Guest.

Same problem here with the same distribution and 64 bit box. Mine is an HP DL380 G7, 4 network cards. I am using Xen's default network bridge (network-script network-bridge), which includes just 1 of the 4 available NICs in the bridge.

It appears as though it may be a problem with the distribution rather than anything hardware related.


On 06/18/2011 06:26 AM, xen-users-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
Re: [Xen-users] Problema with Dom0 network after
        reboot/shutdown HVM     Guest.

I'm having the same issue, with the same platform (debian6).

If you happen to understand, please post here!

----- Messaggio originale -----

>  Da: "Oper.ML"<oper.ml@xxxxxxxxx>
>  A:xen-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>  Inviato: Venerdì, 17 giugno 2011 21:34:43
>  Oggetto: [Xen-users] Problema with Dom0 network after reboot/shutdown HVM 
>  Hi guys,
> > > i'm having some problems my Xen Server. After reboot or shutdown a
>  Guest (HVM), I lost my ssh connection with the Dom0 for some seconds,
>  almost a minute. The connection is restablished by itself after this
>  time.
>  What is wierd too, is that other Guest in the same server, doesn't get
>  affected, they still respond for ping, ssh, etc ... Just the Dom0
>  network have the issue.
>  My server is a Debian Squeeze 64 bits, with a Intel Mobo and Core i7
>  with 16GB DDR3 and 4 network cards, all of them in bridge.
>  Anyone has any clue about how to solve this?
> > Thanks,
>  Tony M.

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