On 2014-06-07 12:24, Mateusz Marzantowicz wrote:
On 30.05.2014 10:06, Aleksandar Kostadinov wrote:
> I already filed a bugzilla issue with this  but I'd like to know if
> anybody else has troubles with VMs' network after suspend. And if others
> are able to do a "systemctl restart network" successfully.
> I mean, am I an isolated case because of some unknown configuration I
> have or is this common?
> What I do is:
> launch VM
> suspend laptop
> wake up laptop after awhile (1 hour maybe)
> network of VM loses default route
> systemctl restart network # fails on both fedora 20 - guest and host
> I'll appreciate if somebody else with same experience comments in the
> bugzilla issue directly.
>  https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1100034
What kind of virtualization technology are you using? What kind of
networking setup do you have (bridged, NAT-ed, host-only). Does your
laptop connect with network using wireless or Ethernet card? Why aren't
you using Network Manager for managing your network? What do you mean by
"systemctl restart network fails" (could you post here some log messages?)
I do Virtualization using VirtualBox.
The VMs are from WindowsXP, Windows7, Fedora Linux, Solaris, FreeBSD,
OpenBSD, you name it.
But I never hibernate nor suspend the Host system, while a VM is
running, I always do a Save-the-machine-State on all VMs before I
hibernate or suspend the Host.
And when I wake up the Host, usually the VMs come up when waked up