[PVE-User] Loosing network connectivity in a VM

Alexandre DERUMIER aderumier at odiso.com
Tue Jan 2 17:49:36 CET 2018


Try to upgrade to kernel 4.13, they are known virtio bug in 4.10.
(no sure it's related, but it could help)

do you use bonding on your host ? if yes, which mode ?

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De: "Mark Schouten" <mark at tuxis.nl>
À: "proxmoxve" <pve-user at pve.proxmox.com>
Envoyé: Mardi 2 Janvier 2018 13:41:43
Objet: [PVE-User] Loosing network connectivity in a VM

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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