As the iface-list command doesn't work, I'm trying to get physical interface of a host via nodedev-list, but it doesn't give me bridges, like br0 for example (which exists anyway). How can I retrieve available bridges of a host ?
Is there a way to give root privileges to the process via setcap ?
On 04/19/2010 04:06 PM, Dev.Atom wrote:
When you run virsh locally as non-root, it connects to qemu://session, which doesn't have root privileges, and the iface-* commands won't work (because netcf requires root to run). If you run virsh as root, you will be connected to qemu://system, which has root, and iface-* will work.
The failure to work when connecting to a remote libvirtd is puzzling, though.
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