[PVE-User] Adding Network Bridges
andrew at rocky.edu
Wed Nov 5 19:39:34 CET 2008
That is true about the ability to migrate nodes, but what would happen if I
tried to migrate a box that had multiple interfaces to one that did not?
Would an error be thrown? How would an operator know especially if they were
not familiar with the box? I guess that is what the notes section is for.
I guess the main thing is to make sure that the network is setup the same on
all nodes even if they do not have all the required interfaces. Still seems
a little weird to do it that way. In my mind the ideal would be each box can
have independent network interfaces, if you try to migrate a box with to
many interfaces to one that does not have as many it would throw an error or
something like that. However they way you are suggesting will work for now,
just wish I did not have to reboot my master node.
On Wed, Nov 5, 2008 at 10:55 AM, Dietmar Maurer <dietmar at proxmox.com> wrote:
> and we want to be able to migrate from one node to another …
> *From:* Andrew Niemantsverdriet [mailto:andrew at rocky.edu]
> *Sent:* Mittwoch, 05. November 2008 18:51
> *To:* proxmoxve; Dietmar Maurer
> *Subject:* Re: [PVE-User] Adding Network Bridges
> That should be changed, I think. The network on the master should not
> dictate what is on the slaves and vice versa. In my cluster all the boxes
> are exactly the same hardware except for the network cards. A couple have
> only two interfaces and a couple have seven interfaces. So I don't think the
> network creation should be tied to the master node. I imagine that will be a
> tough thing to change though. I guess for now I will just break the cluster.
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/-\ ndrew Niemantsverdriet
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