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Re: [libvirt-users] no connection driver available for openvz:///system

2011/10/11 张立洪 <zlh_086 126 com>
First ,thanks for you help
but I am very sorry,I do not konw how to recompile libvirt to support openvz.

My os is centos6,its own libvirt version is 0.8.1

please tell me how to recomplie libvirt.because I do not find libvirt makefile.

在 2011-10-11 16:50:19,"Matthias Bolte" <matthias bolte googlemail com> 写道: >2011/10/10 Eric Blake <eblake redhat com>: >> On 10/10/2011 06:57 AM, 张立洪 wrote: >>> >>>  dears. >>> I can not solved the problem: >>>  vzctl works. But how do I connect to Virtuozzo? Using the openvz >>>>>> >>>>>> driver >>>>>> it doesn't work out of the box: >>>>>> virsh # connect openvz:///system >>>>>> error: Failed to connect to the hypervisor >>>>>> error: no connection driver available for openvz:///system >>> >>> >>> Why can not I connect to the openvz??? >> >> This may be a simple case of your libvirt binary not being pre-compiled with >> openvz support.  What distro are you using?  What does: >> >> virsh --version=long >> >> display?  It may be that you have to recompile libvirt from a tarball and >> explicitly request that the openvz code be compiled, if the pre-built binary >> from your distro omits that driver. > >Maybe the problem is that OpenVZ and Virtuozzo are not identical. See >this thread on the user list about the difference between ctid and >vpsid: > >https://www.redhat.com/archives/libvirt-users/2011-May/msg00070.html
>https://www.redhat.com/archives/libvirt-users/2011-July/msg00031.html > >I looked this up in the OpenVZ source history at that time and vpsid >was changed to ctid at some time. So the OpenVZ driver needs to deal >with this difference as it seems that Virtuozzo is based on newer >OpenVZ that uses ctid. > >--  >Matthias Bolte >http://photron.blogspot.com

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Accidently sent this directly to OP,

You'll want to download the libvirt SRPM for CentOS 6.  Based on the comment from the spec file , RHEL and CentOS is purposely not compiled with openvz,

# RHEL doesn't ship OpenVZ, VBox, UML, OpenNebula, PowerHypervisor,
# VMWare, or libxenserver (xenapi)
%if 0%{?rhel}
%define with_openvz 0

To enable openvz you change that define to 1 and then rebuild using the spec.

You can extract the SRPM contents with...

rpm2cpio libvirt-xxxx.src.rpm | cpio -dimv

Then follow this documentation, http://wiki.centos.org/HowTos/RebuildSRPM , to rebuild a new RPM.

Hope that helps,

 - Trey

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