Current status of high availability with SR-IOV in Red Hat OpenStack Platform 10

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Note: This article reflects the status of high availability features with SR-IOV in Red Hat OpenStack Platform 10 at the time of this writing.
Note: This article walks through a series of manual configurations as part of a proof of concept. It does by no means state that a given feature or command is implemented and/or supported and/or works in production environments with or without OpenStack Director.
Note: The hardware switch for all examples is a Dell S4048-ON. Other switch vendors will use different syntax to configure their equipment.

  • What is the current status of high availability with SR-IOV in Red Hat OpenStack Platform 10?

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  • How to attach the same VLAN twice to an instance over VFs from 2 different interfaces?


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