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Hyper-V Linux Client Can't Talk To Network

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(2015-05-14)

Problem

I've transplanted a Hyper-V VM running CentOS 6.3 from one Hyper-V host to another, possibly changing the versions of Hyper-V it is running on. The VM will pick up a DHCP lease but after that stops talking to the network. Setting a static IP doesn't help.

Eventually dmesg fills up with noise like:

eth2: 21140 transmit timed out, status fc6981c7, SIA fffffe00 00000068 00000070 fffffec8, resetting...

(or whatever your eth device is).

Solution:

# chkconfig irqbalance off
# reboot

(>>Source)

Commentary

WTFBBQ?!

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