[ovs-dev] ovs-appctl returns code 400
xing5820 at gmail.com
Mon Nov 29 18:24:51 UTC 2010
Thank you Ben
2010/11/29 Ben Pfaff <blp at nicira.com>:
> On Mon, Nov 29, 2010 at 05:56:19AM -0800, xin zhang wrote:
>> I am not sure if I am in the right room, if this maillist
>> is not for open vswitch user, pls kindly redirect me to correct place.
> discuss at openvswitch.org is another list that you could use. It is
> probably a better choice. But we might as well answer your questions as
> long as they are here.
I will subscribe this
>> I just followed example in "How to Install Open vSwitch on
>> Linux" to setup bridge "br0", now I want to list the bridge I create,
>> brctl tool never works.
> That is an imprecise statement. What did you do with brctl, what did
> you expect to happen, and what actually happened?
I just want to see something like "brctl show" does, for example:
bridge name bridge id STP enabled interfaces
>> Then I use "ovs-appctl show br0" or "ovs-appctl show", the outputs
>> just say: ovs-appctl: ovs-vswitchd: server returned reply code 400
>> what the magic code means? is any tips for me to get a
>> readable print?
> ovs-appctl is the wrong program for this purpose. You should use
> "ovs-dpctl show" or "ovs-vsctl list-br" to list bridges.
> (Does something in the documentation suggest that you should use
> ovs-appctl for this? If it does, then I would like to fix it.)
thank you, I got ovs-appctl in "How to Use Open vSwitch with KVM".
for ovs-appctl, i see it from manual page of ovs-vswitchd, in section of
"BRIDGE COMMANDS". It seems that's my misunderstanding.
>> one more question, will open vswitch provide API for cloud
>> software integrates itself with vswitch? I don't see any API doc. or
>> it only provides a set of tools to easily play with vbridges?
> I'll leave this question for others who are better suited to answer it.
Thanks. Hope someone talks something about it.
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