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[libvirt] libvirtd 1.0.6 refuses to start



I just downloaded and compiled libvirtd on the same server as I did 1.0.4. Upon updating, libvirtd refuses to start, with this in the logfile (obfuscated the hostname by xxx's):

2013-06-11 13:43:49.154+0000: 3336: info : libvirt version: 1.0.6, package: 1.el6 (Unknown, 2013-06-06-14:57:07, xxxxxxxx) 2013-06-11 13:43:49.154+0000: 3336: error : virFileReadAll:1195 : Failed to open file '/sys/class/fc_host//host0/max_npiv_vports': No such file or directory 2013-06-11 13:43:49.159+0000: 3336: error : detect_scsi_host_caps:87 : Failed to read max_npiv_vports for host1 2013-06-11 13:43:49.163+0000: 3336: error : virFileReadAll:1195 : Failed to open file '/sys/class/fc_host//host0/max_npiv_vports': No such file or directory 2013-06-11 13:43:49.163+0000: 3336: error : detect_scsi_host_caps:87 : Failed to read max_npiv_vports for host2 2013-06-11 13:43:49.386+0000: 3336: error : virLockManagerPluginNew:175 : Failed to load plugin /usr/lib64/libvirt/lock-driver/lockd.so: /usr/lib64/libvirt/lock-driver/lockd.so: undefined symbol: virProcessGetStartTime 2013-06-11 13:43:49.386+0000: 3336: error : virStateInitialize:831 : Initialization of QEMU state driver failed 2013-06-11 13:43:49.386+0000: 3336: error : daemonRunStateInit:887 : Driver state initialization failed

So it seems two issues are present here:

1) it searches for /sys/class/fc_host//host0/max_npiv_vports for both host1 and host2. Imho this path needs to be /sys/class/fc_host//host1/max_npiv_vports and /sys/class/fc_host//host2/max_npiv_vports respectively.

2) the undefined symbol problem: seems a linking issue, no? The build worked just fine on rhel6 with all patches applied.

For now I reverted back to 1.0.4. Hope this helps to debug :-)

Also: I created a bug report for 1.0.4/1.0.6 concerning the init scripts:
https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=971408
Part of it (the virtlock socket) seems to be in the latest code already, but I believe the other issues mentioned are valid as well.

With friendly regards,

Franky


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