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Re: [Condor-users] Xen VM universe
- Date: Fri, 20 Nov 2009 10:57:11 -0600
- From: "Timothy St. Clair" <tstclair@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [Condor-users] Xen VM universe
You may want to run verify you can connect through virsh 1st.
service libvirtd restart (for RH)
virsh -c xen:///
just to see what happens.
You may also want to check the pre-reqs:
On 11/20/2009 10:37 AM, Jonathan D. Proulx wrote:
On Fri, Nov 20, 2009 at 10:15:37AM -0600, Timothy St. Clair wrote:
: Rob and I had been looking in the logs, and there doesn't appear to be
:an error in the vm_gahp. The shadow& starter logs may shed some more
:light on how it is failing. The startd log may also be helpful..
I've changes something (not sure how or what)& I'm getting a
decernable error now in the vm_ghap about libvir tnot being able to
initialize xen:/// (though I can use virsh to start this domain by
What I did:
I made a copy of condor_vm_xen.sh as condor_vm_xen-debug.sh made a
small edit to make it copy the libvirt config file to /tmp so I could
examine the contents:
echo "configfile: $XEN_CONFIG_FILE"
TMPFILE=`mktemp /tmp/xen-virt.XXXXXXXXX `;sleep 1
cp $XEN_CONFIG_FILE $TMPFILE
I'd done this on an earlier (condor 7.0?) attempt to get teh VM
universe running , this time I got tmp file and I got :
11/20 11:30:42 (fd:7) (pid:20251) ERROR "Failed to create libvirt connection: could not connect to xen:///" at line 1616 in file xen_type.cpp
in the VMGhapLog, surprisingly I still get this after pointing the
config back at the original condor_vm_xen.sh script...
I didn't think to look in the shaddow log before I started getting the
libvirt errors currently I'm seeing:
11/20 04:57:35 (306.0) (18170): Request to run on slot1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx<220.127.116.11:37681> was ACCEPTED
11/20 04:57:45 (306.0) (18170): ERROR "Error from slot1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx: Failed to create a new VM" at line 648 in file pseudo_ops.cpp
I guess finding out what I did or didn't do to libvirt is first order
of business, perhaps it's dropping root too soon?
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