[ovs-discuss] OpenVSwitch under Debian Lenny dom0 with open source Xen
jpettit at nicira.com
Tue Aug 3 05:42:55 UTC 2010
As Jesse mentioned, the preferred method is to not use bridge compatibility, since it requires an extra daemon and kernel module. However, sometimes it's not possible to do that, so instructions for bridge compatibility are available in INSTALL.bridge in the distribution. You read it online here:
Let us know if you have any questions.
On Aug 2, 2010, at 9:36 PM, Martinx - ジェームズ wrote:
> Hi Jesse,
> How to use the bridge compatibility layer?
> 2010/8/2 Jesse Gross <jesse at nicira.com>
> 2010/8/2 Martinx - ジェームズ <thiagocmartinsc at gmail.com>
> I just installed successfully the OpenVSwitch on my Debian dom0 with Xen packages for Debian and also packages for Debian of the OpenVSwtich, compiled by me.
> But now, when restarting my dom0, the bridges are gone! And the virtual machines do not go up, because the bridge was replaced by OpenVSwtich.
> How to reconfigure my virtual machines so they use the OpenVSwitch?
> The current Xen scripts are making calls to Linux bridge commands when a VM is brought up or down. These calls need to be converted into Open vSwitch commands. The preferred way to do this is to actually modify the scripts to call the equivalent commands, as this generally offers better integration and a more robust solution. The other method is to use the Open vSwitch bridge compatibility layer which will intercept the bridge commands and convert them into Open vSwitch ones.
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