[CentOS] network intermitent, not sure if virtualization issue

Fri Feb 3 20:45:29 UTC 2012
Digimer <linux at alteeve.com>

On 02/03/2012 03:41 PM, Bob Hoffman wrote:
> I have a computer I am using to host a virtual machine.
> Centos 6, for both, 64 bit.
> The host machine's network connection seems fine. No problems.
> Trying to access the virtual machine is usually fine.
> but then, poof, ssh, http, ftp, all lose connection for about a minute. 
> Then they come back up.
> I looked in all the logs on both machines, could find nothing, but not 
> sure where to look.
> My question, would this be a setting on the VM as a webserver, some new 
> centos 6 setting that just
> times out network when not in use? Or something that I did when I bonded 
> my eth ports and bridged them?
> The bond covers the two onboard eth ports and one port from an add on 
> network card.
> It is intermittent, seems to happen whenever, but service network 
> restart on the webserver
> seems to fix it immediately, but it also just fixes itself too.
> is there some setting with centos 6 that must be changed to allow 
> constant 'uptime' of the network?
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Please share more information on your configuration, including
configuration files. Particularly your eth, bond and bridge configurations.

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