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[libvirt] virDomainGetVcpus error with Fedora 10



Hi,

I'm running Fedora 10 with the following libvirt version:  libvirt-0.6.0-3

I'm calling virDomainGetVcpus() with the following parameters: virDomainGetVcpus(dom, info, max, NULL, 0); where max = 2 and dom and info are both non-NULL.

However, I'm getting the following error from libvirt: libvir: Domain error : invalid argument in virDomainGetVcpus

I tracked this down, and it's failing the if (cpumaps != NULL && maplen < 1) check in libvirt.c because cpumaps is non-NULL. Which is very strange because I'm definitely passing a NULL value.

Here's the relevant libvirtd debug:

15:38:07.332: debug : virGetDomain:287 : New hash entry 0x816ab0
15:38:07.332: debug : virDomainGetVcpus:4080 : domain=0x816ab0, info=0x800530, maxinfo=2, cpumaps=0x7f8fb0, maplen=0
15:38:07.332: error : invalid argument in virDomainGetVcpus
libvir: Domain error : invalid argument in virDomainGetVcpus
15:38:07.332: debug : virDomainFree:1795 : domain=0x816ab0

Has anyone else hit this same issue?
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Kaitlin Rupert
IBM Linux Technology Center
kaitlin linux vnet ibm com


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