On Wed, Oct 31, 2018 at 09:32:30AM +0100, Andrea Bolognani wrote:
On Wed, 2018-10-31 at 10:56 +0900, Minjun Hong wrote:Hi. Thanks to help of this mailing list (especially Jim Fehlig), I have finished setup of libvirt. However, there is something weird. It is that I installed libvirt on 5 servers but the default connection of one of them is 'qemu:///' even if those of the others are all 'xen:///'.You probably installed the QEMU driver on that one server only: if that's indeed the case, the easiest way to fix the inconsistency would be to uninstall it. If that fails...I searched how to change it but, I only found a bypass adding " LIBVIRT_DEFAULT_URI='xen:///' " in my .bashrc file. Currently, value of the variable (LIBVIRT_DEFAULT_URI) is set to 'qemu:///'. Since the bypass makes the virtualization type of the server visible 'qemu' to the open stack, I have to change libvirt configuration. I also checked some configure files under '/etc/libvirt', such as libvirt.conf, libvirtd.conf and libxl.conf. But I have no idea, how and what to change. Please give me some advise. It will be a big help for me.... you can simply set uri_default = "xen:///" in /etc/libvirt/libvirt.conf to change the system-wide default URI without having to mess with environment variables.
Or in .config/libvirt/libvirt.conf for a non-root user.
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