[virt-tools-list] how to get virt-viewer log trace at windows 7 32bit
pgrunt at redhat.com
Tue Sep 22 07:33:24 UTC 2015
On Tue, 2015-09-22 at 09:14 +0200, Victor Toso wrote:
> On Mon, Sep 21, 2015 at 08:52:48AM +0800, 骆宏震 wrote:
> > Now I am doing development of virt-viewer on Windows7 for
> > Virtualization Technology . But i don't know how to get virt-viewer
> > log information at Win7 32bit ..It's really a worest problem to
> > myself .. So if you know , could you tell me how to get the log file ?
> > you know. i tried input command 'virt-viewer --debug 'at cmd.exe to
> > get the log trace . but some errors were poped up ...
> you can `virt-viewer --help-all` to see all options in command line that
> are available.
> > as below information :
> > (virt-viewer.exe:600): virt-viewer-DEBUG: fullscreen display 0: 0
> > (virt-viewer.exe:600): virt-viewer-DEBUG: connecting ...
> > (virt-viewer.exe:600): virt-viewer-DEBUG: Opening connection to libvirt with
> > URI
> > <null>
> > (virt-viewer.exe:600): virt-viewer-DEBUG: Error: invalid argument: transport
> > met
> > hods unix, ssh and ext are not supported under Windows
You need to connect to libvirt and this message ^ says that you don't have
libvirt running on Windows. To connect to a VM use remote-viewer, eg:
> Invalid argument because there is no --debug option.
virt-viewer has the --debug option
> If you are using spice you can --spice-debug, if it is vnc then
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