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Re: [libvirt] Building on Solaris 11 Express



2011/6/3 Richard Laager <rlaager wiktel com>:
> On Fri, 2011-06-03 at 09:11 +0200, Matthias Bolte wrote:
>> > It has probably something to do with this piece of code, in daemon/libvirtd.c:
>
> I finally got back to looking at this, and that's what I discovered as
> well. (I hadn't checked my email in the interim.)
>
> I stopped it from dropping privileges and now libvirtd starts. Earlier,
> when launching virsh (with no arguments), I think I got some errors
> about localhost:8000.
>
> I ignored that, as I'm really looking to test VirtualBox, which brings
> me to this...
>
> If I don't have the VirtualBox GUI running, virsh fails to connect:
>
> /usr/local/bin/virsh -c vbox:///session
> ... hangs for 10 or so seconds ...
> error: internal error nsIEventQueue object is null
> error: failed to connect to the hypervisor

This is typically a sign of a COM object ID mismatch between
VirtualBox and libvirt. What versions of libvirt and VirtualBox are
you running? By any chance are you running a beta or release candidate
of VirtualBox?

> I expected libvirt to handle starting VirtualBox processes as necessary.
> How is this designed to work?

You just have VirtualBox installed and it should work.

Matthias


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