RE: New to Cloudstack - Issues going in to production - Public and Guest bridges not up KVM
Your network bridge with KVM to be used with cloudstack need to be named like this : cloudbr0, cloudbr1
So you have to name your bridge brbond0-999 -> clourbr1
Do you have only one bond ? (bond0)
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Objet : New to Cloudstack - Issues going in to production - Public and Guest bridges not up KVM
I have managed to test Cloudstack in the Lab with very little issues, but now going into production (adding Loadbalanced Cloudstack management servers and LACP nic bonding) I am having a few issues.
When starting my first instance the network bridges stay down
13: brbond0-999: <BROADCAST,MULTICAST> mtu 1500 qdisc noop state DOWN qlen 1000
If I bring this up using ip link set dev brbond0-999 up the bridge comes up fine and the systemVMs work.
bridge name bridge id STP enabled interfaces
brbond0-999 8000.a0369f20953c no bond0.999
cloud0 8000.fe00a9fe0006 no vnet0
cloudbr0 8000.a0369f20953c yes bond0
virbr0 8000.525400a48eba yes virbr0-nic
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