NetworkManager is a dynamic network control and configuration system that may be more suitable for a desktop than a server system.
Apparently your Ethernet interfaces are down, which is also why they show up only when using ifconfig -a. A quick look in Google shows that the NetXtreme BCM5720 Gigabit Ethernet can be some trouble: http://bugs.centos.org/view.php?id=6401
What happens if you boot into the Oracle UEK2 kernel? Does the problem persist?
I have found the cause of my problem and reproduce it on my VirtualBox virtual machine.
One week ago, I have change the server IP address on bon0 with "system-config-network"
Bond0 is made of eth3 and eth5. After using "system-config-network" eth3 is renamed bond0 with bonding no more actif.
ifconfig show up only bond0.
If I move all the ifcfg-ethx and ifcfg-bond0 files to another location and reboot the server, ifonfig shows nothing and ifconfig -a shows all my old interfaces including bond0.
I also have deleted all devices visible with "system-config-network".
Do you know hox to completly rediscover my NIC cards without bonding
You can have the system rediscover all network interfaces by editing /etc/udev/rules.d/70-persistent-net.rules. The same file already mentioned. Simply remove all the entries and restart the system. The udev subsystem will rebuild the device entries.
ifconfig without -a will only show devices which are up. You do not need to use system-config-network and can configure devices by editing or creating the appropriate ifcfg-ethx file. You can check the link I included in my first response for an example.
I have done the modification on our production servers and everything is fine now.
1. Remove the line with HWADDR=xx.xx ... in /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-bond0
2. Remove the file /etc/udev/rules.d/70-persistent-net.rules
3. Restart the server
file /proc/net/bonding/bond0 is now present and bonding is up and running.
Thanks a lot for your help Dude !!!