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Re: [libvirt] virsh -no-kvm problem on debian install





Daniel P. Berrange wrote:
On Mon, Jun 22, 2009 at 12:18:44PM +0200, ChaosMedia > WebDev wrote:
Hi,

i've installed lastest kvm-86 and libvirt-0.6.4 tarballs on my debian stable and have a problem using virsh

No matter what i do in the guest domain config or with /usr/bin/ symlinks, libvirt keeps using the -no-kvm option when starting guests when my cpu has kvm-amd support, modules are loaded and /dev/kvm exists, and starting the guests thru command line works fine, and faster.

These two shows libvirt knows about KVM, so the bug must be in
the guest XML config.

...
I suspect you've not got type='kvm' on the <domain> tag.

Thx for the info, indeed i changed the domain type from qemu to kvm and the guess started without -no-kvm, so with kvm support.

was
<domain type='qemu' id='5'>
is now
<domain type='kvm' id='5'>

I don't quite understand why it wasn't set to kvm in the first place, i did remember using some kvm option on virt-install command line when creating the guest.

thx again i believe it fixed my problem i'll try to see if if can also apply to virt-manager which was doing the same thing

Marc



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