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Re: [libvirt] Connecting with a remote libvirt



Thank you very much. It's working noow.
Regard.
Marcela

2011/2/1 Justin Clift <jclift redhat com>
On 02/02/2011, at 12:59 AM, <arnaud champion devatom fr> <arnaud champion devatom fr> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> donc forget to start libvirtd with the "-l" (listen) argument. Generally, it's in your /etc/init.d/libvirtd script.

Hey Marcela,

You didn't mention which Linux distro you're using?  That'll help us know which config files you'd have
and so forth. :)

Some thoughts:

 + Guessing you have root access on the "santacruz" box, so try this first with ssh just to see if it works:

    $ virsh -c qemu+ssh://root santacruz/system list

 + If that works, and you're ok with using ssh, then you can set up your "radic" user for access to libvirt:

      http://wiki.libvirt.org/page/SSHSetup
      (the libvirt.org server seems to be offline atm :( )

    When that's set up, you should then be able to connect with:

      $ virsh -c qemu+ssh://radic santacruz/system list

 + If you really want to enable the tcp connection type, rather than ssh, then you might want to turn off
   all authentication for it.  On a RHELRHEL/Fedora/CentOS type of system this is done by setting:

     auth_tcp = "none"

   In your /etc/libvirt/libvirtd.conf file, then restarting the libvirt daemon.  Still, that will only help once
   you get the tcp connection listening anyway. :)

Um, that's the best I can think of for the moment.  Hopefully it helps? :)

Regards and best wishes,

Justin Clift



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