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Re: [libvirt-users] Is libvirt supported on Citrix Xenserver?



2011/7/19 sharmila radha krishnan <sharmilaradhakrishnan rediffmail com>
Hi,
 I was finally able to connect to the xenapi hypervisor.  However, once I connect to virsh and give a 'quit' command I get  "* glibc detected *** virsh: double free or corruption (fasttop):". Please find below the actual memory dump.
 
I looked at the XenAPI driver and found a double-free problem, based on the minimal stacktrace glibc provided. Here's a patch for this. I'd be glad if you could test it, as I don't have a XenAPI setup at hand.

  https://www.redhat.com/archives/libvir-list/2011-July/msg01543.html

Note: I have disabled the SSL certificate verification in xenapi_driver.c by setting curl_easy_setopt(curl, CURLOPT_SSL_VERIFYPEER, 0) & curl_easy_setopt(curl, CURLOPT_SSL_VERIFYHOST, 0).

No need to edit the code for this. You can pass the no_verify option in the connection URI to achieve this

  virsh -c xenapi://localhost/?no_verify=1

 Moreover, Iam not able to start any VMs uisng xencenter after i have started using virsh. It says,  Error: Starting VM 'XenServer SDK 5.6.100-47101p import' - Internal error: another frontend device is already connected to this domain (frontend (domid=0 | kind=vbd | devid=51712); backend (domid=0 | kind=vbd | devid=51712)). Even a reboot of the machine didnt help.

Sorry, I've no idea what the problem could be here.

Matthias



Any pointers on the above 2 issues would be of great help.
 
Thanks in Advance!
 
Regards,
Sharmila
 
From: "G Naresh Kumar"naresh gadepalli gmail com
Sent: Sat, 16 Jul 2011 16:55:16 +0530
To: Matthias Bolte matthias bolte googlemail com
Cc: libvirt-users redhat com
Subject: Re: [libvirt-users] Is libvirt supported on Citrix Xenserver?
 
Hi Matthias,
>

Sorry for the confusion.It was an edited one & hence thetypo. Below is the

actual output:

# virsh -c xenapi://<myip>

Enter username for <myip>: root

Enter root's password for <myip>:

error: authentication failed: (null)

I was not able to get anything in the Xen logs. Somehowfigured out to print

the Xen error using the patch given at the link http://osdir.com/ml/libvir-

list/2011-06/msg00298.html. It prints"TRANSPORT_FAULT". Any pointers to this

error would be much appreciated. Iam also trying to debugthis issue.

As per your suggestion,

I had used make rpm. But it requires xen-devel pacakge,which I was

not able to get for Xen 3.4.2. Is there any way where I canuse the source

package and build & install the library without using'make rpm' ?

Thanks for all the help.

>

Regards

Naresh

>
On Thu, Jul 14, 2011 at 7:07 PM, Matthias Bolte <matthias bolte googlemail com> wrote:
>
2011/7/14 G Naresh Kumar <naresh gadepalli gmail com>:
>> Hi Maththias,
>
> Thanks for the help. I finally was able to compile/install libvirt on
>> xenserver.
>>
>> I tried compiling the libvirt 0.9.2 with xen api support. Was able to
>> install it successfully. When I tried giving the virsh command, I got an
>> ‘authentication failed’ error as shown below.
>>
>> # virsh -c xenapi://<my local ip>
>> Enter username for <mylocalip>: root
>
>
Here you entered root
>
>> Enter intel123's password for <my local ip>:
>
>
but here it asks for intel123's, that's unexpected. Did you edit this
>one before mailing it, or is there really this mismatch?
>
>> error: authentication failed: (null)
>
>Outputting (null) here is actually a bug. The only way this can happen
>is when the login attempt fails but the XenServer doesn't provide an
>error message. Maybe have a look at the XenServer logs to see if it
>says something about a failed login attempt.
>
>> I also tried connecting to the local machine as below,
>>
>> virsh -c "xenapi:///"
>> error: authentication failed: Server name not in URI
>> error: failed to connect to the hypervisor
>
>
The XenAPI driver expects a server name. xenapi:/// _could_ be treated
>as xenapi://localhost, but it's not implemented that way.
>
>> Also I am trying to install ruby-libvirt on xenserver, which looks like
>> requires libvirt-devel package to be installed. How do I build it from the
>> libvirt 0.9.2 source package.
>
>
Running 'make rpm' should build an libvirt-devel RPM package for you.
>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> Naresh
>>
>> On Wed, Jun 15, 2011 at 8:19 PM, Matthias Bolte
>>>
>>> 2011/6/15 G Naresh Kumar <naresh gadepalli gmail com>:
>>> > Hi Maththias,
>>> >
>>> > Thanks a lot for your response!.
>>> >
>>> > Is there a specific version of libvirt from which xenserver support is
>>> > added? I am getting the below error
>>> >
>>> > "error: invalid argument in libvirt was built without the 'xenapi'
>>> > driver"
>>>
>>> The means that your libvirt version is new enough and contains the
>>> XenAPI driver but that it was disabled on configure time, probably
>>> because the build server didn't have libxenserver installed and
>>> libvirt's configure script automatically disabled the driver because
>>> of a missing dependency.
>>>
>>> > I have installed libvirt from citrix yum repo.
>>>
>>> Then Citrix build libvirt without XenAPI support. As a long term
>>> solution you could report to whom ever is responsible for that repo
>>> and request to enabled XenAPI support in that libvirt package. As a
>>> short term solution you could build libvirt from source yourself and
>>> make sure to get the XenAPI driver enabled.
>>>
>>> > I am using Xenserver 5.5 with libvirt 0.8.2 and it does not seem to be
>>> > working.
>>>
>>> According to http://libvirt.org/hvsupport.html and the error message
>>> 0.8.2 is new enough.
>>>
>>> Matthias
>>>
>>> > Thanks,
>>> >
>>> > Naresh
>>> >
>>> > On Jun 15, 2011 7:03 PM, "Matthias Bolte"
>>> > wrote:
>>> >> 2011/6/15 G Naresh Kumar <naresh gadepalli gmail com>:
>>> >>> Hi,
>>> >>> Is libvirt supported on Citrix Xenserver. I have been searching for
>>> >>> the
>>> >>> same
>>> >>> with little/no luck.
>>> >>> If supported, can you point to some links/documents which can help me
>>> >>> try
>>> >>> out the same.
>>> >>> Thanks,
>>> >>> Naresh
>>> >>
>>> >> libvirt can use XenAPI via libxenserver [1]. That should allow you to
>>> >> use libvirt with a Citrix XenServer. You can use virsh like this
>>> >> assuming you have a libxenserver enabled libvirt:
>>> >>
>>> >> virsh -c xenapi://my-xen-server
>>> >>
>>> >> But it's true, there is no documentation about this on the libvirt
>>> >> website
>>> >> yet.
>>> >>
>>> >>
>>> >> --
>>> >> Matthias Bolte
>>> >
>> --
>> I was an atheist till I realized I am GOD
>>
>
>
--
>
Matthias Bolte
>
>
 
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