[vfio-users] Libvirt fail to load vm after setting cset

thibaut noah thibaut.noah at gmail.com
Tue Apr 12 14:07:20 UTC 2016

Hi, so i have my win10 virtual machine which i load using virsh, for the vm
config i use a libvirt xml file and some scripts to improve performances :
-set VM

-launch VM

-Xml file

I assume the error happens when libvirt tries to vcpupin my vcpu to the
physical core, might be because when i use cset the software somehow takes
control of the cores.
What i don't get is that it shouldn't happen, i run everything as root and
those are my files, also on the source i used to create my bash scripts no
one seems to encounter that issue.
Googling the issue got me some post on the redhat mailing list but no fix
for this, i assume someone here might have encounter this very issue, if so
any lead on how to solve this?

Also on another note, i found it cumbersome to launch my scripts one by
one, does anyone knows a way to make a script to do everything at once?
(set environnement, launch vm and set environnement back to default after
the vm is kill)
I could write a program for that but that seems overkill, don't know bash
enough to script this.
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