Tips And Tricks Configuring Oracle OVN (Xsigo)

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Oracle OVN Tips and Tricks

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How to un-assign / assign a vNic

To un-assign a vnic – needed for some system changes

set vnic * -if=none
 
show vnic 
name                  state                    mac-addr            ipaddr       if   if-state   ha-state   local-id   type          vlans   qos   flags     
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
srv1_v2.bkm1   up/resourceUnavailable   00:13:97:4A:80:01   0.0.0.0/32        -                     0          hostManaged   none    --    -------   
srv1_v4.bkm1   up/resourceUnavailable   00:13:97:4A:80:02   0.0.0.0/32        -                     0          hostManaged   none    --    -------   
2 records displayed

To assign back the vnic

set vnic * -if=3/1
 
admin@xsigo-b[xsigo] show vnic 
name                  state              mac-addr            ipaddr       if    if-state   ha-state   local-id   type          vlans   qos   flags     
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
srv1_v4.bkm1   up/indeterminate   00:13:97:4A:80:02   0.0.0.0/32   3/1   up                    0          hostManaged   none    --    -------

Fix for missing 8Gb FC card

on the OFM server (Linux)

unzip /opt/xsigo/xms/webapps/xms/WEB-INF/lib/services.jar defaultqos.xmlvi defaultqos.xms

Add a line like this near the top with the rest of the “sanqos” elements. I think things are pretty self explanatory, but obviously you need to be careful not to put unreasonable data.


cp defaultqos.xml /opt/xsigo/xms/webapps/xms/WEB-INF/classes/

service xms restart