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Re: [libvirt-users] Invoking virsh console from Java



On Thu, May 15, 2014 at 11:04:09PM +0530, Nagaraj Mandya wrote:
> Hello,
>   I have a Java application from which I am invoking the "virsh console"
> command to access the console of a VM. I invoke the virsh command using
> ProcessBuilder.start(). However, I am unable to communicate with the stdin
> of the VMs console through the OutputStream of the Process object.
> 
>   When I invoke "virsh console" from within Java, I see the following
> messages on stderr:
> 
> info : libvirt version: 0.9.8
> error : vshRunConsole:318 : unable to get tty attributes: Inappropriate
> ioctl for device
> 
>   Does anybody know how I can workaround this? Thanks.

It sounds like java spawned virsh with just a pipe used for stdio.
You need to make sure that the process gets a tty connected to its
stdio instead.


Regards,
Daniel
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