[Syslog Warning] Bonding Warning

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sentinelvdx

Very Senior Member
Hi,

I'm getting flooded with this on my syslog:

Code:
Sep 24 00:54:50 kernel: bond0: option slaves: unable to set because the bond device is up

Sep 24 00:54:50 kernel: bond0: option slaves: unable to set because the bond device is up

Sep 24 00:56:18 kernel: bond0: option slaves: unable to set because the bond device is up

Sep 24 00:56:18 kernel: bond0: option slaves: unable to set because the bond device is up

Sep 24 01:13:29 kernel: bond0: option slaves: unable to set because the bond device is up

Sep 24 01:13:29 kernel: bond0: option slaves: unable to set because the bond device is up

Sep 24 01:14:34 kernel: bond0: option slaves: unable to set because the bond device is up

Sep 24 01:14:34 kernel: bond0: option slaves: unable to set because the bond device is up

Sep 24 01:34:14 kernel: bond0: option slaves: unable to set because the bond device is up

Sep 24 01:34:14 kernel: bond0: option slaves: unable to set because the bond device is up

Sep 24 01:38:19 kernel: bond0: option slaves: unable to set because the bond device is up

Sep 24 01:38:19 kernel: bond0: option slaves: unable to set because the bond device is up

Sep 24 01:39:21 kernel: bond0: option slaves: unable to set because the bond device is up

Sep 24 01:39:21 kernel: bond0: option slaves: unable to set because the bond device is up

Sep 24 10:38:10 kernel: eth2 (Ext switch port: 1) (Logical Port: 9) (phyId: 9) Link DOWN.

Sep 24 10:38:11 kernel: eth2 (Ext switch port: 1) (Logical Port: 9) (phyId: 9) Link Up at 10 mbps full duplex

Sep 24 10:38:27 kernel: eth2 (Ext switch port: 1) (Logical Port: 9) (phyId: 9) Link DOWN.

Sep 24 10:38:30 kernel: eth2 (Ext switch port: 1) (Logical Port: 9) (phyId: 9) Link Up at 1000 mbps full duplex

Sep 24 10:38:37 kernel: eth2 (Ext switch port: 1) (Logical Port: 9) (phyId: 9) Link DOWN.

Sep 24 10:38:39 kernel: eth2 (Ext switch port: 1) (Logical Port: 9) (phyId: 9) Link Up at 1000 mbps full duplex

My NAS is attached to port 2 and has LACP 802.3ad enabled, so I don't know why it's happening (never happened with AC88U)

Any idea?
 

sentinelvdx

Very Senior Member
:confused: You need two cables connected to two ports to use link aggregation (LACP).
I do, NAS is conected to Port 1 and 2 for LACP.
Also NAS is not reporting any port experiencing issue, or noticed myself when using NAS
 

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