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RE: [libvirt] Using Xen config files



Found it!  I added serial and console devices to the XML and it appears to
be running.  It's not working completely as expcted but it's doing more than
it was.

Thanks for your help.
-matthew

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Richard W.M. Jones [mailto:rjones redhat com] 
> Sent: Wednesday, August 20, 2008 11:44 AM
> To: Matthew Donovan
> Cc: libvir-list redhat com
> Subject: Re: [libvirt] Using Xen config files
> 
> On Wed, Aug 20, 2008 at 11:35:17AM -0400, Matthew Donovan wrote:
> > Thanks for the quick reply!
> > 
> > I set the LIBVIRT_DEBUG flag to 1 and ran it again.  (The 
> output is below.)
> [...]
> > [root grape ~]$ gcc -g virt_test.c -lvirt && ./a.out
> > DEBUG: libvirt.c: virInitialize (register drivers)
> > DEBUG: xen_internal.c: xenHypervisorInit (Using new 
> hypervisor call: 30001
> > )
> > DEBUG: xen_internal.c: xenHypervisorInit (Using hypervisor 
> call v2, sys ver3
> > dom ver5
> > )
> > DEBUG: libvirt.c: virConnectOpen (name=xen:///)
> > DEBUG: libvirt.c: do_open (name "xen:///" to URI components:
> >   scheme xen
> >   opaque (null)
> >   authority (null)
> >   server (null)
> >   user (null)
> >   port 0
> >   path /
> > )
> > DEBUG: libvirt.c: do_open (trying driver 0 (Test) ...)
> > DEBUG: libvirt.c: do_open (driver 0 Test returned DECLINED)
> > DEBUG: libvirt.c: do_open (trying driver 1 (QEMU) ...)
> > DEBUG: libvirt.c: do_open (driver 1 QEMU returned DECLINED)
> > DEBUG: libvirt.c: do_open (trying driver 2 (Xen) ...)
> > DEBUG: xen_unified.c: xenUnifiedOpen (Trying hypervisor sub-driver)
> > DEBUG: xen_unified.c: xenUnifiedOpen (Activated hypervisor 
> sub-driver)
> > DEBUG: xen_unified.c: xenUnifiedOpen (Trying XenD sub-driver)
> > DEBUG: xen_unified.c: xenUnifiedOpen (Activated XenD sub-driver)
> > DEBUG: xen_unified.c: xenUnifiedOpen (Trying XS sub-driver)
> > DEBUG: xen_unified.c: xenUnifiedOpen (Activated XS sub-driver)
> > DEBUG: libvirt.c: do_open (driver 2 Xen returned SUCCESS)
> > DEBUG: libvirt.c: do_open (network driver 0 Test returned DECLINED)
> > DEBUG: libvirt.c: do_open (network driver 1 QEMU returned DECLINED)
> > DEBUG: remote_internal.c: doRemoteOpen (proceeding with 
> name = xen:///)
> > DEBUG: libvirt.c: do_open (network driver 2 remote returned SUCCESS)
> > DEBUG: libvirt.c: do_open (storage driver 0 Test returned DECLINED)
> > DEBUG: libvirt.c: do_open (storage driver 1 storage 
> returned DECLINED)
> > DEBUG: libvirt.c: do_open (storage driver 2 remote returned SUCCESS)
> > DEBUG: libvirt.c: virDomainDefineXML (conn=0x96fe478, xml=<domain
> > 
> type='xen'><name>fc8.conf</name><os><type>hvm</type><loader>/u
> sr/lib/xen/boo
> > t/hvmloader</loader><boot
> > 
> dev='hd'/></os><memory>1024</memory><vcpu>1</vcpu><on_poweroff
> >destroy</on_p
> > 
> oweroff><on_reboot>restart</on_reboot><on_crash>restart</on_cr
> ash><features>
> > <pae/><acpi/><apic/></features><clock
> > 
> sync="localtime"/><devices><emulator>/usr/lib/xen/bin/qemu-dm<
> /emulator><int
> > erface type='bridge'><source bridge='xenbr0'/><script
> > path='vif-bridge'/></interface><disk type='block'><source
> > dev='/dev/vgvms/fc8'/><target dev='hda'/></disk><disk type='block'
> > device='cdrom'><source dev='/dev/cdrom'/><target
> > dev='hdc'/><readonly/></disk><graphics 
> type='vnc'/></devices></domain>)
> > DEBUG: libvirt.c: virDomainLookupByName (conn=0x96fe478, 
> name=fc8.conf)
> > DEBUG: hash.c: __virGetDomain (New hash entry 0x9702a18)
> > DEBUG: libvirt.c: virDomainCreate (domain=0x9702a18)
> > DEBUG: libvirt.c: virDomainGetInfo (domain=0x9702a18, 
> info=0xbfa2b658)
> > state = 0
> > DEBUG: libvirt.c: virConnectClose (conn=0x96fe478)
> > DEBUG: hash.c: virUnrefConnect (unref connection 0x96fe478 
> xen:/// 2)
> 
> It certainly looks OK, and it seems like the domain should run after
> virDomainCreate.  Have you tried adding a delay of 30 seconds just to
> check if the domain is starting up slowly?
> 
> Dan & Dan, any ideas?
> 
> Rich.
> 
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