Any one have an idea on how to "hack" or "patch" ovirt so that instead
of rejecting a new network with duplicate vlan id it would just warn, or
even just ignore?
On 03/18/2016 01:54 PM, bugzi...@redhat.com wrote:
Bug ID: 1319323
Summary: VLAN ID check for duplicates
QA Contact: gkl...@redhat.com
oVirt Team: Network
Description of problem:
Adding new network with vlan tag, ovirt doesn't allow duplicate VLAN IDs.
But it should be allowed, because if you are using multiple interfaces you can
have the same vlan ID as long as they aren't assigned to the same interface on
the hardware node.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Just add network with same vlan id as an already added interface.
See email thread labeled "Re: [ovirt-users] multiple NICs VLAN ID conflict".
GUI says vlan already used.
Duplicate VLAN ID should be checked when you are assign network to the hardware
node, not when creating the interface.
Trying to work around this with vdsm hooks in before_network_setup,
after_get_caps and after_get_stats is very difficult to get it to work right.
(see email thread)
Yaniv Kaul <mailto:yk...@redhat.com> 2016-03-20 03:12:24 EDT
Perhaps only WARN.
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