On Sun, Jan 20, 2019 at 04:41:41PM +0800, yangj wrote:
Thanks a lot for your answer, i know how to deal with this problem.
Another question is that:
when i test '/root/lnst/recipes/ovs_offload/01-basic.xml',it will appear
"CommandException: Slave host1: Mixing NM managed and not managed devices in
a master-slave relationship is not allowed!"
i know this test will use 'ovs-vsctl' command,but in my system ,we don't
have this command,so i want to use NetworkManager to deal with this
question. "NetworkManager-ovs.x86_64 : Open vSwitch device plugin for
"use_nm = yes" is set in the "/etc/lnst-slave.conf" of three slave
machines,and i used "lnst-slave -d" to setup up lnst-slave.
so i want to ask the function of NetworkManager-ovs implemented in lnst? or
how to deal with this problem.
unfortunatelly we don't have support for NetworkManager-ovs implemented
However, you not having ovs-vsctl command is very suspicious, it points
to you not having openvswitch installed at all. NetworkManager-ovs
doesn't have it as a install dependency so you can have that but ovs
bridge configuration still won't work if you don't have openvswitch
> 在 2019年01月18日 19:02, Jan Tluka 写道:
> > Fri, Jan 18, 2019 at 11:42:09AM CET, yangj.fnst(a)cn.fujitsu.com wrote:
> > > it was set in this file '/root/lnst/lnst-slave.conf',but it
doesn't work,I am
> > > wondering if I am doing something wrong.
> > >
> > > this is my first time setting up the lnst test environment.
> > >
> > >
> > Does /root/lnst contain the git clone of LNST?
> > Do you run lnst-slave using these commands?:
> > cd /root/lnst
> > ./lnst-slave -d
> > What does the command above print? It should be something like:
> > Loading config file '/home/igyn/tmp/lnst/lnst-slave.conf'
> > Please reply with the answers to these questions and I will help you
> > further.
> > -Jan
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