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Re: [Libvir] Use virsh to monitor qemud



Am Sonntag, den 03.06.2007, 16:28 +0100 schrieb Daniel P. Berrange:
> On Sun, Jun 03, 2007 at 02:29:27PM +0200, Fabian Deutsch wrote:
> > Hey,
> > 
> > I jsut installed Fedora 7 and tried to install some guests and it worked
> > like a charm. I use qemu for full virtulization.
> > 
> > A couple of minutes later i stumbled across libvirts virtsh. But now I
> > wonder how I cna use virtsh to connect to qemud - all I get is something
> > like: "Can't connect to hyperisor."
> 
> Make sure you're telling virsh to connect to QEMU instead of Xen. There
> are two possible connections you can make. One is the system wide instance
> called qemu:///system - this allows root fully access, and users readonly
> access. For this use
> 
>    virsh --connect qemu:///system  list
> 
> Or if you're not root
> 
>    virsh --connect qemu:///system --readonly list
> 
> 
> Alternatively if you don't have root access, there is a per-user instance
> but you won't get access to any kernel accceleration
> 
>   virsh --connect qemu:///session list
> 
> You can also set
> 
>   export VIRSH_DEFAULT_CONNECT_URI=qemu:///system
> 
> If you don't want to type --connect URI  every time 
> 
> If you were using virt-manager the title bar will tell you which it connected
> to. Normally it will be the system instance if you allowed it to run in
> privileged mode
> 
> Regards,
> Dan.

Thanks a lot. Helped like a torch in the dark :)

- fabian


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