I’m trying to configure foreman. So far I connected foreman to one of our KVM hosts. Specifically, this is a libvirt and we are using virsh for managing it.
When I try to create VM in foreman I’m getting the following error:
2019-08-26 12:56:48.641+0000: 23751: error : networkGetBridgeName:4007 : internal error: network 'direct' does not have a bridge name.
My network configuration looks like that:
virsh net-dumpxml --network direct
<network> <name>direct</name> <uuid>799cc56d-4c09-4963-83f6-dadb5c03bbaa</uuid> <forward dev='br0' mode='bridge'> <interface dev='br0'/> </forward> </network>
Do you know what should I do with that? In foreman I’m getting the following error:
Error loading interfaces information: Internal Server Error
One more config file which can help:
cat /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-br0 # Generated by dracut initrd DEVICE="br0" IPV6INIT="no" BOOTPROTO=none ONBOOT=yes TYPE=Bridge USERCTL=no NM_CONTROLLED=no IPADDR=172.26.106.89 NETMASK=255.255.224.0 GATEWAY=172.26.96.1 NAME=br0 DEFROUTE=yes
Thank you for your help.
Your XML has an error in it, and because of that I have no idea how you got it into libvirt to begin with.
To define a network corresponding to an existing bridge on the host that libvirt does not manage, you need to have a
<bridge> element inside the
<forward> element. But your XML does not.
You should not have:
You should instead have:
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