[ovs-discuss] Cannot Add Meter in OVS 2.10.2
gvrose8192 at gmail.com
Thu Jan 10 17:27:14 UTC 2019
On 1/10/2019 12:34 AM, Ramzah Rehman wrote:
> Thank you so much. I was able to add meter now following this link
> To build the Linux kernel module, I had to configure with --with-linux
> argument. Also, I had to delete the kernel's build-in openvswitch.ko
> module present in: /lib/modules/$(uname -r)/kernel/net/openvswitch
> before loading the one from OVS source.
Deleting the built-in module is not necessary if you have built and
installed your out of tree kernel modules
> Best Regards,
> Ramzah Rehman
> On Thu, Jan 10, 2019 at 11:50 AM Justin Pettit <jpettit.ovn at gmail.com
> <mailto:jpettit.ovn at gmail.com>> wrote:
> You’ll need to consult your distro’s documentation about how to
> load an out-of-tree kernel module. There’s usually plenty of
> examples available online.
> On Jan 9, 2019, at 10:41 PM, Ramzah Rehman <ramzahrehman at gmail.com
> <mailto:ramzahrehman at gmail.com>> wrote:
>> I made sure while building that I use the module that was built
>> from OVS sources by creating a config file as shown in Building
>> section here:
>> What else should I do to use the module from OVS sources?
>> On Thu, Jan 10, 2019 at 11:33 AM Justin Pettit
>> <jpettit.ovn at gmail.com <mailto:jpettit.ovn at gmail.com>> wrote:
>> That’s the version of ovs-vswitchd—the userspace daemon that
>> talks with the kernel datapath.
>> On Jan 9, 2019, at 10:17 PM, Ramzah Rehman
>> <ramzahrehman at gmail.com <mailto:ramzahrehman at gmail.com>> wrote:
>>> Alright. But I can find ovs-vswitchd version like this:
>>> ovs-vswitchd --version
>>> ovs-vswitchd (Open vSwitch) 2.10.90
>>> Does this mean something?
>>> On Thu, Jan 10, 2019 at 2:33 AM Justin Pettit
>>> <jpettit at ovn.org <mailto:jpettit at ovn.org>> wrote:
>>> > On Jan 8, 2019, at 5:48 AM, Ramzah Rehman
>>> <ramzahrehman at gmail.com <mailto:ramzahrehman at gmail.com>>
>>> > ovs-vsctl list bridge br0
>>> > _uuid : bd776aad-3a88-4d38-a7a2-6be57723f04b
>>> > auto_attach : 
>>> > controller : 
>>> > datapath_id : "0000ae6a77bd384d"
>>> > datapath_type : ""
>>> > datapath_version : "<unknown>"
>>> I think this is indicating that you're not using the
>>> just-built OVS kernel module. The Linux built-in OVS
>>> kernel module doesn't return a version, but the one
>>> built from OVS sources would indicate the version number
>>> of OVS that you built.
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