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Re: [libvirt] A problem in live migration



I know that, I had the same issue due to the fact  one of my host  had its name in front of the localhost address in my /etc/hosts (like : "127.0.0.1 localhost linux72"  ) ... But it's maybe not the same problem

2010/7/21 Alex Jia <ajia redhat com>
I am not sure if libvirt has resolved hostname and ip mapping problem, it had better that two
hosts have same domain name, such as "dhcp-1-2-3.nay.redhat.com" and "dhcp-4-5-6.nay.redhat.com".

In addition, I haven't seen your any storage pool information on two hosts, you need to create
a sharing storage such as nfs sharing folder, and your guest is in the storage, of course, you
may also manually mount your nfs folder to target host instead of creating storage pool.



Best Regards,
Alex

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From: "姚远" <sihuyy gmail com>
To: libvir-list redhat com
Sent: Wednesday, July 21, 2010 3:39:15 PM GMT +08:00 Beijing / Chongqing / Hong Kong / Urumqi
Subject: [libvirt] A problem in live migration


In virsh, I use command "migrate --live 1 qemu+ssh:// 10.1.10.60/system " to do live migration,but it shows error "internal error hostname on destination resolved to localhost, but migration requires an FQDN". I don't know why, and who do live migration successfully can help me. Thank you!
My source and destination system are all fedora-13-x86_64, and the version of libvirt is 0.8.2

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