- Setting up an Oracle VM Manager
- Setting up an Oracle VM Server node
- discovering a node, creating a pool and repository
- Oracle VM Server: my first vm: Error: HVM guest support is unavailable
- Oracle VM Server x86: Creation of a virtual machine
- Oracle VM Server: How to add ISO images to your repository
- Oracle VM Server x86: Discovering a server/node + setting up a repository, server pool and networking
So let's start:
Open the OVM Manager and go to "Networking":
and hit the green plus to add a network:
But this is not really true:
|OVMRU_001079E Cannot add Ethernet device: eth1 on oraclevm, to network: hearbeat, because server: oraclevm, already has cluster network: 192.168.178.0. [Sat Nov 24 11:39:39 EST 2018]|
Hmmm. This means the OVM Manager shows two hooks, but the second one does not work.
After some investigation: The network "heartbeat" was created but the port (eth1) was missing.
So i removed the "Cluster Heartbeat" and then i added the port eth1 including the checkbox "Virtual Machines".
The ovm server showed up eth1:
# ifconfig |grep ^[a-z,0-9] 108e472f6e Link encap:Ethernet Hardware Adresse 08:00:27:43:D9:4C bond0 Link encap:Ethernet Hardware Adresse 08:00:27:61:51:35 c0a8b200 Link encap:Ethernet Hardware Adresse 08:00:27:61:51:35 eth0 Link encap:Ethernet Hardware Adresse 08:00:27:61:51:35 eth1 Link encap:Ethernet Hardware Adresse 08:00:27:43:D9:4C lo Link encap:Lokale Schleife
But adding "Cluster Heartbeat" once again results in a job, which was in status "running" forever.
Conclusion: You should never stripe the "Cluster Heartbeat" over more than one network!