I have checked that I removed all distro things, ran self-built virsh, libvirtd. To make sure, I use absolute paths for running. Also I will check process status in time. This is "ps" shown:
2996 1 3 08:48 ? 00:00:00 /usr/local/libvirt/sbin/libvirtd -d
Is there some thing wrong? I can't search "libvirt-sock" after runing it.
Sorry for top-posting.
Thanks a lot!
> Date: Wed, 31 Oct 2012 10:25:37 -0600
> From: eblake redhat com
> To: wherethriving hotmail com
> Subject: Re: [libvirt-users] error : virPidFileAcquirePath:345 : Failed to acquire pid file '/home/corey/.libvirt/libvirtd.pid': Resource temporarily unavailable
> On 10/31/2012 10:00 AM, 何鑫 wrote:
> > Actually I make sure that I build libvirt, using "./configure --prefix="/usr/local/libvrt"". I have checked that all related files are under the directory-"/usr/local/libvirt", additionally, libvirtd's path is "/usr/local/libvirt/sbin/libvirtd". I am confused why I can't search libvirt-sock in my disk after starting libvirtd.
> > Could you please give me some advises?
> > Thanks a lot!
> Note that '--prefix=/usr/local/libvrt' is a typo. Are you sure you are
> installing things where you think you are? Also note that
> /usr/local/libvirt is NOT where your distro installed things, so if you
> are using your distro's virsh, it won't connect to your self-built
> libvirtd. And have you double-checked that you are running your
> self-built libvirtd?
> Finally, you are STILL top-posting, and STILL sending mail to just me
> instead of the list. It's making it hard to help you when you can't
> follow our requests, and for others that might be following this thread
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