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Re: [libvirt-users] Compatibility with Parallels Virtouzo



2011/7/12 Andreas Mauf <a mauf syseleven de>:
> Yes, vzctl works. But how do I connect to Virtuozzo? Using the openvz driver
> it doesn't work out of the box:
> virsh # connect openvz:///system
> error: Failed to connect to the hypervisor
> error: no connection driver available for openvz:///system

You're libvirt might be compiled without OpenVZ support. Try

  LIBVIRT_DEBUG=1 virsh -c openvz:///system

and check if it's probing the OpenVZ driver.

On the other hand the OpenVZ driver checks for the existence of
/proc/vz and reports an error if it's not there

  $ virsh -c openvz:///system
  error: internal error OpenVZ control file /proc/vz does not exist
  error: failed to connect to the hypervisor

This might need to be changed/extended in your case, I don't know.

> 2011/5/23 Matthias Bolte <matthias bolte googlemail com>
>>
>> 2011/5/23 Andreas Mauf <a mauf syseleven de>:
>> > Hi,
>> >
>> > will libvirt work with the commercial parallels virtuozzo, too? Cause
>> > the linux version of virtuozzo is based on openvz, which ist supported
>> > by libvirt.
>>
>> This depends on whether or not virtuozzo can be controlled via the
>> vzctl tool, because that's bow libvirt interacts with OpenVZ.
>>
>> Matthias
>

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