Where did you get those packages? As far as I can see CentOS-5 never had libvirt-0.7.0-6.el5 nor libvirt-client anything. The only libvirt-client I can find anywhere is in the very ... [by pschaff]
on 03/04/2012 – Made popular on 03/04/2012
I'm planning to use libvirt python bindings for virtual server management, and have done a part of it, however, some people say that libvirt libxl driver is not quiet reliable. So I searched through Google, I could find many KVM related articles but not so many Xen related. libvirt driver seems to be actively developing, yet I'm not confident of using it.
Ever since libvirt 1.2.8-1 was released, I cannot run my session-level virtual machines through virt-manager.To get my VMs working again, I have to rollback to libvirt 1.2.7-1. Recently, I had to also rollback libvirt-python to version 1.2.7-1 as well.When I start virt-manager, it reports a socket connection error.
I've configured some virtual machine under Xen on Debian Squeeze using libvirt with virsh.
Now I want to get rid of the libvirt layer, because I need to configure some specific parameters on the DomUs that are not supported by libvirt.
How can I export my config ?
How can I import the native config file to Xen ?
could anyone tell me where are the hooks for libvirt/qemu/kvm?
http://www.libvirt.org/hooks.htmlI need the hooks for startup and stop at the Centos architecture.
My version of libvirt:
thanks + bye ajh
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