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Re: [libvirt] libvirt with opennebula



2010/6/3 florian chazal <florianchazal gmail com>:
> hi,
>
> If you already have some VMs running, try to do the same command as root.
> It's certainly a right problem.
>
> Regards
>
> Florian CHAZAL
>

I think you're referring to the difference between connecting to
qemu:///session and qemu:///system.

The problem with the OpenNebula driver not listing existing domains is
a totally different one.

Matthias

> 2010/6/1 marwen marwen <marwen ensi gmail com>
>>
>> hello
>> I'm currently using libvirt and opennebula. I have installed the libvirt
>> with the driver of opennebule "ONE" and I test the installation.
>>
>> /*****************************
>> ***************************/
>> oneadmin node016 ~]$ virsh -c one:///
>> Welcome to virsh, the virtualization interactive terminal.
>>
>> Type:  'help' for help with commands
>>        'quit' to quit
>>
>> virsh # list
>>  Id Name                 State
>> ----------------------------------
>>
>> virsh #
>> /********************************************************/
>>
>>
>> but I can not see the list of machines that run in the cluster node (Xen
>> and KVM)
>> I want to know if this is a problem of configuration files ( libvirtd.conf
>> and oned.conf).
>> can you help me to overcome this problem
>>
>> thank you
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