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Re: [libvirt] Problems when using libvirt-cim provider

On Fri, Jul 25, 2008 at 05:04:36PM +0800, SHAN, CHUN -HCHBJ wrote:
> Hi,all:
>      I am trying to use libvirt API and libvirt-cim now. After installed them successfully, I can see the "Virt_*****" providers using "cimprovider -l -s"commond. My cimom is pegasus.
>      Then I used wbemcli as cim client. But when I used "wbemcli ei" to enumerate instances of a specified class,for example,Xen_DiskPool, error code was:
>      wbemcli:Cim(1) CIM_ERR_FAILED: A general error occurred that is not covered by a more specific error code:"For provider Virt_DevicePool the library name was empty. Check provider registered location".
>      Could you please help me to solve this problem? Did it mean that the providers were not registered correctly? But I "make postinstall" the provider and no errors occourred.
    You should ask in the libvirt-cim mailing list 
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