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Re: Unit libvirtd.service could not be found. on VM



Thanks,
I discovered I had wrong permissions for /var/lib/libvirt/qemu/, after setting them to drwxr-x--x. qemu qemu and executing daemon-reload libvirtd.service exists now on my vms :)
However - I'm not able to get it to run. In the journal I see the message libvirtd[6800]: Unable to import CA certificate list /etc/pki/vdsm/certs/cacert.pem
I have verified its permissions and that it's not empty.
I also executed update-ca-trust, but still not able to start the service, any suggestions on this one?
Dana

On Wed, May 13, 2020 at 2:07 PM Michal Privoznik <mprivozn redhat com> wrote:
On 5/13/20 12:59 PM, Dana Elfassy wrote:
> Thanks, Michal,
> On my laptop I do have libguestfs and libvirt-daemon-qemu. both
> libvirtd.service and libvirtd.socket are running ok on my laptop
> I just realized I haven't mentioned - my vms intend to serve as hosts
> themselves, and that's why they, too, need to have libvirtd.service
> running on them.
> up to recently I didn't have such a problem when I installed a vm on my
> laptop - libvirtd.service was found on it. I don't know exactly what
> caused this to change. Maybe it has something to do with configurations/
> permissions of libvirt/ kvm?
> Earlier, I'm not sure how, I managed to have libvirtd.service on a vm I
> created. it wasn't running, but at least it was there. I'm not sure what
> I have changed, but now I'm getting the message that the service could
> not be found again


That sounds like a kickstart/distro problem. Libvirt itself does not
guarantee it is installed by default on a distribution. Either you need
to specify the correct group to install, or install packages yourself
after the installation is done. Configuring what SW is installed inside
guest is out of libvirt's scope, sorry.

Michal


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