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Re: [virt-tools-list] Install on RHEL6 or CentOS 6



On 11/10/2011 12:02 PM, Jonathan Bayer wrote:
> I've solved the problem:
> 
> have been trying to get the latest virt-manager running on CentOS 6, and 
> have been having problems.
> 
> I found a post which solved part of the problem: 
> https://www.redhat.com/archives/virt-tools-list/2011-August/msg00035.html
> 
> which referenced the autodrawer.py.
> 
> I applied the patch, but was having problems with the createpool.py 
> file.  After examining it, I saw that the issue was the same as as with 
> autodrawer.py.
> 

Yes there was already a fix upstream for some RHEL6 gtk compat issues in
createpool.py:

http://git.fedorahosted.org/git/?p=virt-manager.git;a=commit;h=14586040349d40e4a437361ea09e6bb98776a34f

> I've made the fixes, and am attaching a patch (against the 
> virt-manager-0.9.0 release) for you.
> 
> I see a couple of small problems:
> 
> 1.When resizing to VM with a text-mode console, the window is about 2/3 
> taller than it should be.
> 
> 2.When shutting down a VM (created using CentSO 5.6), I get the 
> following error:
> 
> Error polling connection 'qemu:///system': cannot send monitor command 
> '{"execute":"query-balloon"}': Connection reset by peer
> 
>                                  The traceback is:
> 
>                                  Engine.py, line 440
> 
>                                  Connection.py, line 1507
> 
>                                  Domain.py, line 1526
> 
>                                  Libvirt.py, line 759
> 
>                  libvirtError: cannot send monitor command.....
> 
>                  After this, the virt-manager is disconnected from 
> localhost.    Reconnection to localhost resumes normal operation
> 
> Oddly enough, this only on the first VM created.  A second VM didn't do 
> this, even if it was the only one running.
> 

Not sure what that's about, probably a libvirt or qemu issue.

- Cole


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