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2 NICs per server w/VLANs - Can't use MPIO - Forced to LACP
OVM 3.2.2, having only 2 NICs to work with per server, trying to use ports, Bonds and VLANs to separate traffic for QoS prioritization based on VLANs across switch to give heartbeat 1st priority followed by iSCSI and then everything else. Setup Bond with Adaptive Load Balancing, separate VLANs for each network function, assigned separate network function to each VLAN except Virtual Machine network which produces error "Bond 0 has Adaptive Load Balancing which is incompatible with Virtual Machine role on tagged VLAN interface.
After changing Bond type to Dynamic Link Aggregation, VM Mgr reports task failed as it loses connection, VM Server freaks out and has to be rebooted, but then everything seems OK. The only issue is the iSCSI server and the switch both also have to be reconfigured now and MPIO would have been a better option for iSCSI.
If anyone knows of a work around please share.