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Re: [libvirt] LibvirtException: socket closed unexpectedly



So you mean the libvirtd on the server side (where XEN runs) doesn't like
to get polled so often from the same process in such a short time?


Am Mi, 13.05.2009, 12:03, schrieb Daniel P. Berrange:
> On Wed, May 13, 2009 at 09:11:35AM +0200, Marcel Michelmann wrote:
>> Hi *,
>>
>> I wrote a program in Java communicating with libvirt/XEN over SSH, with
>> libvirt-java-0.2.1.
>> I poll the CPU and RAM usage quite often (about 5 times a second).
>> My program runs well about between 5-8 minutes, but then I get
>> LibvirtException: socket closed unexpectedly.
>> Although I try to catch the LibvirtExceptions with special
>> System.out.println messages I have no idea where this is coming from.
>>
>> Now my question: what leads to this exception?
>>
>> exception caught: org.libvirt.LibvirtException: socket closed
>> unexpectedly
>> level:VIR_ERR_ERROR
>> code:VIR_ERR_RPC
>> domain:VIR_FROM_REMOTE
>> hasConn:false
>> hasDom:false
>> hasNet:false
>> message:socket closed unexpectedly
>
> Either the remote libvirtd crashed, or it explicitly dropped this client
> for misbehaving. I'm betting this is a libvirtd bug in event handling.
>
>
> Daniel
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