[CentOS] Second Xen NIC not being recognized?

David Dyer-Bennet dd-b at dd-b.net
Mon Aug 25 21:24:39 UTC 2008


On Mon, August 25, 2008 15:24, Joseph L. Casale wrote:
>>I set the second one manually; copied the first one and added one.
>>
>>vif = [ "mac=00:16:3e:5b:44:5f,bridge=pubbr",
>>"mac=00:16:3e:5b:44:60,bridge=virtbr"  ]
>
> Looks good to me?

Thanks for the second set of eyes.  It's amazing what I can look past
sometimes.


>>Interfaces are associated with both bridges properly, but only an eth0
>>device appears in the domU.
>>
>>If the low-order bits are magic in a MAC, then maybe my second one is an
>>invalid, but I don't find any documentation of such; the low two bits of
>>the *first* byte have meanings, but I haven't touched them.
>
> Well, the digits are between 0-9, A-F so I can't see it being invalid.
>
> I guess you use Network Mangler? Since my very first experience with it,
> I have never installed it or used since!

As in /usr/sbin/system-config-network? The yes. Or something else
(probably officially called "network manager")?  At this point there are
so many layers of mess in a brand-new Centos install that I'm afraid to
touch the real config files by hand; you never know what's vestigial, what
will get overwritten, and so forth.
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