[libvirt] Windows VM doesn't start as Linux one does

Daniel Huhardeaux tech at tootai.net
Thu Nov 12 13:10:19 UTC 2009

Daniel P. Berrange a écrit :
> The most likely problem here is that the libvirt args have acpi turned
> off. Add the '<acpi/>'  element within <features> in the libvirt XML.
> That should get rid of the '-no-acpi' flag libvirt added.

Yes, that did the trick, thanks!

> One more likely problem here is the different of 'cirrus' vs 'std'.
> Windows hates having its graphics card changed behind its back :-)
> Try changing the libvirt XML for <video> to 'vga' instead of 'cirrus'.
> That will make libvirt spawn QEMU with '-vga std' which matches your
> script.

Done, Windows will now like his new graphic card ;-)


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