Cannot delete a bonded interface.
So I have a single pool host with NO vm's. It has a bonded interface. I realized after I made it that I created the bond with the wrong type.
Since there doesnt seem to be a way to change the bond type, I want to delete and re-create it. However, choosing the the garbage bin option on the bonded interface seems to do nothing. No errors are reported, but nothing seems to happen, the progress bar just spins and spins.
Is this a bug?
@thenorthernlight Do you have any VLANs or IPs attached to the bond?
@rkelley No vlans, no IPs, no VMs.
@thenorthernlight Is your management interface on a separate physical NIC?
Eth0/1 = 10Gig bonded to Bond0,
Eth2/3 = 1Gig not yet in use
Eth4 = 10Gig, Management interface.
@thenorthernlight Sorry for all the back-and-forth questions, but I have been trying to reproduce this on my test machine.
Right now, I have a test machine (VM) running with 3 NICs - eth0, eth1, and eth2. I have assigned eth2 as my management interface with eth0/eth1 inside a bond (active/standby). Next, I configured a VLAN with IP.
I deleted the bond via Home-->Host --> Network, and it seemed to get deleted. However, the VLAN assigned to the bond still remained. Odd. At any rate, I was able to delete the bond.
That said, how are you trying to delete the bond? From Home --> Pools or from Home -->Hosts?
@rkelley Home > Host > Network