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Re: [libvirt-users] with current libvirt git virsh expects vbox, refuses kvm define



于 2011年07月27日 08:04, Whit Blauvelt 写道:
Okay, just installed libvirt from today's git on two Ubuntu systems. The
first one went fine (except for continuation of the problem that virsh and
virt-manager cannot connect to 0.8.3 systems that's been there in the 0.9.x
libvirts) ... but on the second, after install, "virsh list --all" presents
nothing. And:

   # virsh define tu1004.xml
   error: Failed to define domain from tu1004.xml
   error: internal error unexpected domain type kvm, expecting vbox

These are _exactly_ the same xml files as are still working on the first
system. And in both cases the new libvirt was built with defaults. Long ago
the second system did have VirtualBox on it, so that may have been found
while it was setting up config, but that's no good reason for KVM to fail
here, right?

Must be a thing with the git. Ran the 0.9.3 release built on this system
previously without this problem.

Whit

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Hi, Whit

What's the output of "# virsh -V" on your second ubuntu box? I guess
your libvirt on that box might not be compiled with qemu driver.

Another possiablity is the libvirt is compiled with both qemu driver and vbox
driver, but when you try to creat a new connection, vbox was the first
succesfully connected one. In this case, you can try like below:

# virsh -c qemu:///sytem list --all

Or you can set the ENV variable VIRSH_DEFAULT_CONNECT_URI or
LIBVIRT_DEFAULT_URI to the URI of the hypervisor you want to connect to.

Osier


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