Currently I have a host that has multiple network connections. 1
bonded 20Gigabit connect and a couple of 1 gig Ethernet connections.
Then my export storage domain is on a storage device on a vlan we can
call vlan B.
Today I was exporting a VM from one environment to another, and after I
reattached the export domain and started importing I noticed an even
message for one of my hosts, it looked like the following.
"Host A has network interface which exceeded the defined threshhold
[95%] (eno3: transmit rate [8%], receive rate [98%])" So when I take a
look at that hosts interfaces in the OVIRTENGINE gui I can confirm that
it is exceeding 900Mbits on that interface.
The problem/question is this.
I have the migration network set as well as the ovirtmgmt network on the
20Gigabit interface. The only network profile attached to ENO 3 is
VLAN-B and only VM traffic on that profile. So why is it using that eno3
interface instead of the ovirtmgmt interface on the 20Gigabit interface
to import the VM?
So I do have at least one theory, the storage solution is also on VLAN B
the same VLAN that eno3 rides on, but I am of the understanding that
Ovirt should be instructing the host to use the migration network, which
in my case is also my ovirtmgmt network on the 20Gigabit interface. It
matters because my storage is also on a 20Gigabit bond and these imports
would be a lot faster if it was using the correct network to the host to
import the VM.
I hope my question is clear enough, I would provide screenshots but the
ovirt-users mailing lists scrubs those.
Basically can I instruct or force ovirt to import VMs over my 20Gigabit
interface instead of the slower 1Gig interface that is hooked up.
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