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[libvirt] How to get the real error?



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Hi,

I am trying to use libvirt to manage a virtualized HPC cluster software.
That works well so far.
But when I encounter an error and try to get it with
	virGetLastError()
I often see an error message that makes no sense. E.g. I had
virDomainCreateLinux(...) returning NULL and virGetLastError()->message
stating "Failed to find the network: Is the daemon running ?" which is
obviously wrong, because libvirtd is running and the network is using
bridged mode (no 'source' element).
This also happened when I had that particular domain name already in use
 and on other errors.
I am using libvirt version 0.4.4. is that a known regression or am I
just missing something?


thanks

christoph
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