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[libvirt-users] Use virt-* tools from within container?

Hi, all. I've set up an LXC container for various Openstack admin chores, and now I'm being asked to have it used for importing qcow2 images -- on which we want to run utilities like virt-sparsify and virt-sysprep, first. Sadly, when I do that, it dies horribly, e.g.,

root openstack-cli:/tmp# virt-sysprep -a cloud-image.qcow2
Examining the guest ...
libguestfs: warning: supermin-helper -f checksum returned a short string
Fatal error: exception Guestfs.Error("cannot find any suitable libguestfs supermin, fixed or old-style appliance on LIBGUESTFS_PATH (search path: /usr/lib/guestfs)")

Is there a way around this? Or is the answer, "Don't do that in a container"?



P.S. /usr/lib/guestfs -- the only part of the error I can easily look into -- has more stuff in it than the system that does process virt-* commands properly. Here's what's there: excludelist make.sh packagelist supermin.d

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