[et-mgmt-tools] Virt-manager won't connect to Xen hypervisor
Daniel P. Berrange
berrange at redhat.com
Thu Jun 14 17:06:13 UTC 2007
On Thu, Jun 14, 2007 at 01:04:51PM -0400, Steve Brueckner wrote:
> Hugh Brock wrote:
> > Steve Brueckner wrote:
> >> I've installed Fedora 7, Xen 3.1 (from source), and virt-manager 0.4
> >> (from rpms). The machine is VMX/VT-x capable. I have managed to
> >> build and run a paravirtualized Linux guest just fine. Now I want to
> >> build an HVM Linux guest, but virt-manager tells me "unable to open a
> >> connection to the Xen hypervisor/daemon." I've confirmed that both
> >> xend and libvirtd are running.
> > We're going to need some more information: /var/log/xend/xend.log,
> > /root/.virt-manager/virt-manager.log, and the libvirt version you are
> > using. Are you using our xen 3.1 package (from Fedora 7) or
> > XenSource's?
> I've attached the logs you requested, plus 4 xen config files in case
> the problem lies there.
Indeed it does. You need to edit xend-config.sxp and set
And then reboot or restart xend.
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