Hello, thank you for your answer. Am Donnerstag 22 Juli 2010 14:51:22 schrieb Daniel P. Berrange: > > root xen4# virsh -c xen://xen4.domain.name/ list > > root xen4# virsh -c xen:/// list > > root xen4# virsh -c xen+unix:/// list ... > Assuming the libvirtd daemon you've connected to is on the > same host as virsh process, then since they all ultimately > end up using 'xen:///', the data should be identical in > all cases. Yes, I run all those commands locally on the same host (xen4). The problem only occurs after some time of normal operation: just after starting xend, libvirtd, ... everything is fine. Then sometime later after starting and stoping some domains, the systems gets unresponsive and the above described problem occurs: Only than do the different connection types provide different data. To me it looks like some connection between libvirtd / virsh and xen gets broken, so no data on running domains can be retrieved any more, until I restart libvirtd. After that everything is back to normal until the next hickup. > To verify that libvirtd is actually openening the same drivers as virsh > you can edit /etc/libvirt/libvirtd.conf and set > > log_filters="1:libvirt 1:xen" > log_outputs="1:file:/var/log/libvirt/libvirtd.log" I'v now enabled that and see if I can gather more data. Sincerely Philipp Hahn -- Philipp Hahn Open Source Software Engineer hahn univention de Univention GmbH Linux for Your Business fon: +49 421 22 232- 0 Mary-Somerville-Str.1 28359 Bremen fax: +49 421 22 232-99 http://www.univention.de
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