Hmm, not sure that's what we're looking for.
eth0 is capable of booting natively and provisioning. If we ignored the
eth0.1 completely we'd be set. However, during ks, we don't resolve the
repo name, because "dnsservers is <blank>" even though there is a dns
server configured in the prov subnet. It's as if I select the second nic as
'primary', it tries to provision using it's subnet details instead of the
one that's checked as prov.
Does this make sense?
On Thursday, 22 September 2016 07:20:35 UTC-6, Cale Bouscal wrote:
> I have a UCS instance with a nic trunked to a pair of vlans, one for
> provisioning (vlan1) and one for primary service (vlan 101)
> My expectation:
> - all pxe/provision activity happens over nic1/vlan1, while a nic1.101
> sysconfig file is created to define the primary interface.
> My result:
> - no matter how I configure this, I end up with a system trying to use
> nic1.101 dns servers during provisioning, and fails. Further inspection
> shows "only one interface found" during boot - it's like the virtual nic
> isn't being recognized, even though I've configured it with the appropriate
> vlan tag and listed the parent eth0.
> I understand that nic1.101 has to be flagged as "managed" in order for
> foreman to configure it - but that seems to lead to all sorts of other
> issues, including registration of DNS (which I don't want) being attempted
> and failing.
> How do I achieve the result I'm looking for?
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