[PVE-User] Loosing network connectivity in a VM

Eric Abreu abreuer1521 at gmail.com
Tue Jan 2 17:16:16 CET 2018


You have not talked about the physical machine, if there is an issue with the host network interface you could experience the same behavior. 

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> On Jan 2, 2018, at 7:41 AM, Mark Schouten <mark at tuxis.nl> wrote:
> 
> Hi,
> 
> I have a VM running Debian Stretch, with three interfaces. Two VirtIO 
> interfaces and one E1000.
> 
> In the last few days one of the Virtio interfaces stopped responding. The 
> other interfaces are working flawlessly.
> 
> The Virtio-interface in question is the busiest interface, but at the moment 
> the the interface stops responding, it's not busy at all.
> 
> tcpdump shows me ARP-traffic going out, but nothing coming back.
> 
> I experienced this with other VM's on this (physical) machine as, making me 
> believe it is a new bug in KVM/Virtio. 
> 
> The config of the VM is quite default, as is the config for other VM's on which 
> I experienced this same issue.
> 
> Has anybody seen this behaviour before, does anyone have an idea what to do 
> about it?
> 
> root at host02:~# pveversion 
> pve-manager/5.0-30/5ab26bc (running kernel: 4.10.17-2-pve)
> 
> # info version
> 2.9.0pve-qemu-kvm_2.9.0-4
> 
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