Installing the Oracle OVN (Xsigo) Linux driver
First, Install the firmware. For example:
Then, Install the kernel module. For example:
Next, Install the Oracle Virtual Networking user space application. For example:
rpm -ivh oclovn-user.x86_64.rpm
When the kernel is installed on the host, and the correct kernel and OFED version are set as the first item in the kernel, enable the Oracle Virtual Networking service, which is named xsigo
Enabling the Oracle Virtual Networking Service
Activate the Oracle Virtual Networking Service.
chkconfig xsigo on
Verify that the Oracle Virtual Networking service is on:
chkconfig -list xsigo xsigo 0:off Step 3 1:off 2:on 3:on 4:on 5:on 6:off
Reboot the host, for the change to take effect and start properly.
Note: By default, the orclovn-user package chooses the first UEK kernel from your current grub.conf file.
Wait until the host reboots, then proceed to the next section.
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