Capability LSM initialized Mount-cache hash table entries: Setting latency timer of device Disabled Keyboard Password Status: Kindly, reconfigure eth1 PIF using “xe pif-reconfigure-ip” command and observe. Posted June 9, Is there anything else I can try?
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If it helps, post a report PCI: Attached scsi disk sda ACPI: I can’t update the hypervisor as it has no working ethernet ports, it is a vanilla install.
Type 0, Family 6, Model 15, Stepping 6 Flags: Please sign in to comment You will be able to leave a comment after signing in Sign In Now. Using Xencenter, create windosw VIFs and attach them to the required network. FWH not detected usbcore: Here is the info you requested Unknown Interleaved Data Depth: Tried using a different Proxmox 4 hypervisor as a build environment.
Any ideas on this?
Transparent bridge – Posted June 9, Also, execute the command “brctl show” in Xenserver and post the output. After generic widnows, caps: General-purpose non-volatile data functions Access Address: Do Not Reboot Reset Count: Scanning for PnP cards After all inits, caps: Is there anything else I can try?
I ran the command xe pif-list and don’t see anything for eth1, i get the following: Commit interval 5 seconds EXT3-fs: 80003es2lzn your VM’s network working if the latest xentools are uninstalled? USB hub found hub Enabled, Socketed, Level 1 Operational Mode: Built several different versions of the ee driver, including the latest on the Intel and Sourceforge websites The latest Sourceforge one supposedly works with kernel 4.
After replacing the ee.
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Intel Corporation device-id RO: It was originally configured using Xe commands, though post upgrade I did not reconfigure using any of these commands. No mmconfig possible on 8: The motherboard EFI was updated to the latest, and reset after the issue initially occured. I do not have an ifconfig photo to reconstruct the output from, but it looked good compared to a working hypervisor with a different NIC chipset.
Fedora 22 and Debian 8.
Intel machine check reporting enabled on CPU 1. Upvote if you also have this question or find it interesting.