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 am using libvirt 1.2.0 with xen hypervisor 4.4 in debian server. I am facing error when I try to connect remotely with other libvirt using TCP or TLS. I couldnt make libvirt to listen to the port. I installed libvirt from source package. I enabled --listen in /libvirt-1.2.1/daemon/libvirtd.sysconf ..
But when I do ps aux |grep libvirt.
I'm running Ubuntu Server 14.04.1 as a virtual machine host using libvirt and need to update the libvirt packages. Rather than fully shutting down the guests I'd like to just save them (persist their memory to disk).
In general is this a safe approach to upgrading libvirt, or is it unsafe to save the VM on one version and resume on a newer version?
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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