[libvirt] missing libvirt-sock after compile and install libvirt 1.2.6
yg185 at cs.rutgers.edu
Wed Jul 30 21:57:28 UTC 2014
I got your point, thanks a lot!
I think the self-build libvirt didn't start, but there is no libvirt-bin
under /etc/init.d/, don't know how to start it, and $ initctl start
libvirt-bin shows unknow job: libvirt-bin.
I remember compile and installed libvirt before, but don't remember the
parameters passed when configure it, just make uninstall, make clean before
this newly installation.
Thanks a lot!
On Wed, Jul 30, 2014 at 11:30 AM, Eric Blake <eblake at redhat.com> wrote:
> On 07/30/2014 08:55 AM, Yuanzhen Gu wrote:
> > Hi folks,
> > I compiled and installed libvirt latest version 1.2.6, based on this
> > tutorial,
> > I have compiled qemu and installed too, and make a symbolic link to
> > /usr/bin/qemu-system-x86_64
> > but my question is even I launch a vm in qemu, $virsh list showed
> > further more,
> > 1) if I use virtual machine manager, it get connection failiure, due to
> > socket to '/var/run/libvirt/libvirt-sock'; No such file of dirctory.
> That's not the actual error message (because the actual message wouldn't
> mis-spell directory), but is generally the message you see when libvirtd
> is not running. Are you sure you got your self-built libvirtd installed
> and running correctly?
> > 2). there is missing libvirt-bin under /etc/init.d/, after compile and
> > installed libvirt 1.2.6
> I'm not familiar enough with libvirt on ubuntu to know if this is a
> problem. If you are going to replace your distro's old libvirt with a
> newer self-built version, it is STILL helpful to install your distro's
> libvirt first, to make sure that all the distro-specific tweaks (such as
> setting up /etc/init.d/ and so forth to run libvirtd as a daemon) are in
> > 3). I tried to start libvirtd daemon, sudo /usr/sbin/libvirtd/start
> > shows "/usr/sbin/libvirtd: unexpected, non-option, command line
> > arguments"
> According to the tutorial blog that you linked to, it seems like you
> would use 'sudo initctl start libvirt-bin' and not 'sudo
> /usr/sbin/libvirtd/start' to start libvirtd - but again, I'm not enough
> of an ubuntu user to verify this myself. Again, until you are sure that
> your ./configure arguments matched the distro build, and that you have
> got libvirtd running correctly, then the rest of your symptoms are
> evidence that you didn't install your replacement self-built libvirt
> correctly for what the rest of your distro is expecting.
> Eric Blake eblake redhat com +1-919-301-3266
> Libvirt virtualization library http://libvirt.org
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