Date: Fri, 20 Nov 2009 08:14:09 -0500, cole wrote:|
> cc-ing libvirt-list
> On 11/19/2009 10:35 PM, Dustin Xiong wrote:
> >>> Hi everyone!
> >>> I am a newer to the virt-manager and maillist. I sent the mail just want
> >>> to ask some questions about virt-manager running on Arch of Itanium 64.
> >>> My itanium 64 cpu actualy support the VT. I compiled the kvm85
> >>> successful. Then I can use the binary /usr/local/bin/qemu-system-ia64 to
> >>> create a vm and running. But in my /proc/cpuinfo , there doesn't have
> >>> flags such as vmx or svm. So when I use the virt-manager to install a
> >>> vm, the virt-manager will tell me my cpu doesn't support fully
> >>> virtualization, then I can't install vm. In fact I can't get understand
> >>> how the virt-manager find m! y cpu support the fully virtualization or
> >>> not.In src, which file implements this.
> >> Just because qemu-kvm works doesn't mean virt is working on your box, since it
> >> can fall back to full emulation mode. If you are trying to use kvm, is the kvm
> >> module actually loaded? lsmod | grep kvm
> > My kvm mod actually loaded.
> > [root kvm bin]# lsmod | grep kvm
> > kvm_intel 306104 4294967281
> > kvm 327544 1 kvm_intel
> > [root kvm bin]# modinfo kvm
> > filename: /lib/modules/126.96.36.199hzp/extra/kvm.ko
> > license: GPL
> > author: Qumranet
> > version: kvm-85
> > src! version: C399DD2D9B40BAAC05CD509
> >! ; depend s:
> > vermagic: 188.8.131.52hzp SMP mod_unload modversions ia64gcc-4.1
> >> If so, libvirt may need to be fixed. What's the output of 'virsh --connect
> >> qemu:///system capabilities'
> > [root kvm bin]# virsh --connect qemu:///system capabilities
> > <capabilities>
> > <host>
> > <cpu>
> > <arch>ia64</arch>
> > </cpu>
> > <topology>
> > <cells num='1'>
> > <cell id='0'>
> > <cpus num='16'>
> > <cpu id='0'/>
> > <cpu id='1'/>
> > <cpu id='2'/>
> > <cpu id='3'/>
> > <cpu id='4'/>
> > <cpu id='5'/>
> > <c! pu id='6'/>
> > <cpu id='7'/>
> > <cpu id='8'/>
> > <cpu id='9'/>
> > <cpu id='10'/>
> > <cpu id='11'/>
> > <cpu id='12'/>
> > <cpu id='13'/>
> > <cpu id='14'/>
> > <cpu id='15'/>
> > </cpus>
> > </cell>
> > </cells>
> > </topology>
> > </host>
> >>> My cpu is itanium 64, the OS is RHEL.The libvirt is 0.6.3, virt-manager
> >>> is 0.6.1.
> Ah, are you using the version of libvirt that comes with RHEL 5.4? That
> version has been patched to only look for the qemu-kvm binary in one
> spot: /usr/libexec/qemu-kvm IIRC. You could try to work with that! , but
> since you are already building upstream KVM, vir! t-manage r, and virtinst,
> might not be a bad idea to pull upstream libvirt as well.
yes, my libvirt rpm and other related rpms all came from the RHEL 5.4 iso. And they all build for itanium 64
# rpm -qa | grep libvirt
And i try to make a link, it still doesn't work.
ln -s /usr/local/bin/qemu-system-ia64 /usr/libexec/qemu-system-ia64
> >>> Once i tried to compile the virt-manager-0.8.0, but when i make check,
> >>> it returns:
> >>> PYTHONPATH=./..:../graphWidgets/.libs python addhardware.py && touch
> >>> .tstamp.addhardware.py
> >>> Traceback (mos! t recent call last):
> >>> File "addhardware.py", line 32, in ?
> >>> from virtinst import VirtualCharDevice, VirtualDevice,
> >>> VirtualVideoDevice
> &g! t;>>
> >>> when i rpm -ivh virt-manager-0.6.1-8.el5.ia64.rpm, it could work.
> >>> I don't know why this error occur. Can anyone be kind to tell me how?
> >>> thanks a lot.
> >> You will also need to install the latest version of virtinst, found at:
> >> http://virt-manager.org/download.html
> > I downloaded and compiled the latest version of virtinst: virtinst-0.500.0.tar.gz.
> > then compile the virt-manager-0.8.0, error changed as below:
> > [root kvm virt-manager-0.8.0]# make check
> > Making check in src
> > make: Entering directory `/home/dustin/virt-manager/virt-manager-0.8.0/src'
> > Making check in virtManager
> > make: Entering directory `/home/dustin/virt-manager/virt-manager-0.8.0/src/virtManager'
> > make ch! eck-local
> > make: Entering directory `/home/dust! in/virt- manager/virt-manager-0.8.0/src/virtManager'
> > PYTHONPATH=./..:../graphWidgets/.libs python about.py && touch .tstamp.about.py
> > PYTHONPATH=./..:../graphWidgets/.libs python addhardware.py && touch .tstamp.addhardware.py
> > Traceback (most recent call last):
> > File "addhardware.py", line 35, in ?
> > from virtManager.asyncjob import vmmAsyncJob
> > File "/home/dustin/virt-manager/virt-manager-0.8.0/src/virtManager/asyncjob.py", line 30, in ?
> > class vmmAsyncJob(gobject.GObject):
> > File "/home/dustin/virt-manager/virt-manager-0.8.0/src/virtManager/asyncjob.py", line 40, in vmmAsyncJob
> > def __init__(self, config, callback, args=None,
> > NameError: name '_' is not defined
> > Thanks for help.If you need any further infos please dont't hesitate to tell me.
> Ah, didn't notice the make check! in the first mail. 'make check' doesn't
> work in the virt-manager code base, never taken the time to fix it. You
> should just be able to 'make && make install', or 'make' and python
> src/virt-manager.py to run from the source dir. If running virt-manager
> then throws an error, report here and Ill try to help.
After make install, when i run virt-manager, the error is:
starting the virt-manager error: 'gtk.TreeView' object has no attribute 'set_level_indentation'
raceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/local/share/virt-manager/virt-manager.py", line 377, in ?
File "/usr/local/share/virt-manager/virt-manager.py", line 364, in main
File "/usr/local/share/virt-manager/virt-manager.py", line 237, in show_engine
File "/usr/local/share/virt-man! ager/virtManager/engine.py", line 365, in show_manager
&nbs! p; self.get_manager().show()
File "/usr/local/share/virt-manager/virtManager/engine.py", line 342, in get_manager
self.windowManager = vmmManager(self.get_config(), self)
File "/usr/local/share/virt-manager/virtManager/manager.py", line 167, in __init__
File "/usr/local/share/virt-manager/virtManager/manager.py", line 826, in prepare_vmlist
AttributeError: 'gtk.TreeView' object has no attribute 'set_level_indentation'
thanks a lot
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