Is anyone out there using pair-bonding on CentOS 7? Im particularly looking at systems where one VM network port is tied to one bridge, tied to one port on the hypervisor, and one network port on the VMtied to t he other bridge tied to th e other p..
I was just looking at the CentOS Wiki at https://wiki.CentOS.org/HowTos/PXE/PXE_Setup, and its pretty seriously out of date. It neglects the existence of thesyslinux-tftpboot RPM, and the hand editing of xinetd config files for TFTPd ignores the availabil..
Ive made a few OSs from the the CentOS 6 base images in AWS, and theyre working quite wwell. But Im reaalizing that they do not have the enhanced networking enabled by default. And Im also realizing that I have to*stop* the OS in AWS terms, enable netw..
Im staring at the free CentOS images on AWS, and seeing that whoever set those up elected to use a partition for /dev/xvda1 rather than taking advantage of Amazons tendency to use /dev/xvda, /dev/xvdb, etc. for each disk and use those directly as a f..
Ive recently been dealing with various CentOS images on AWS, and am being forcibly reminded that the /root/anaconda-ks.cfg has only a passing resemblance to whatever the kickstart configuration file actually contained. But getting a copy of the act..
Im looking at a CentOS 5Xen server that Id really like to put some more recent VMs. There are reasons not to touch it at the moment, so I cant upgrade it in place today.Has anyone successfully installed a CentOS 6 VM, paravirtualized, on a CentOS 5 ..
Im facing a setup with only two NICs, and need for multiple trunked VLAN access, and bonded pairs, and KVM based bridges to get the VMs with exposed IP addresses. I can get basically any 2 out of the 3 server network components working, binding, VLA..