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Bridging Adapter in Ubuntu 12.04 LTS for KVM

Fresh install of Ubuntu 12.04 LTS with libvert/KVM installed. I have 2 virtual machines that I need need to be on the same LAN as the host. The host has two physical interfaces eth0 and eth1. eth1 is ...
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virt-install ignoring vnc port/listen?

I'm trying to create kvm machine on remote host. The host is running debian testing. Did use this command: virt-install --name debian-test \ --os-type=linux \ --os-variant=debianwheezy \ ...
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libvirt Storage Backend

libvirt supports several storage backends[1] for hosting the image on a different server. We have 6 servers running about 40 VMs. Up to now we use local storage, but to minimize the downtime we want ...
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Interface for accessing to guest OS via libvirt

Is there any possible (not necessary native) ways to get access (e.g., terminal usage is the main purpose for me) to guest OS with *nix using libvirt/LXC(not as libvirt module) capabilities? And I ...
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add a cgroup controller into libvirt

libvirt by default has cgroup controllers of ["cpu", "devices", "memory", "blkio", "cpuacct"] as shown in qemu.conf. I want to add one more controller of net_cls. I tried to modify the config file to ...
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libvirt guest cannot reach outside world

My server connects to the public internet via eth0 (50.131.xxx.xxx). The same server connects to the LAN via eth1 (192.168.138.1 on 192.168.138.0/24) On the same server, I run libvirt, which created ...
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KVM: Run a script when a guest is shutdown from within?

I am running KVM as virtualization engine. Is there a way to make QEMU/libvirt run a script on the host when a guest is shutdown from within (shutdown -h now)? I want to be able to run some custom ...
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Fastest way to clone KVM VMs to be run simultaneously (create a branch VM)

IF I need to have concurrently running versions of a Windows VM (using KVM 0.10.2 on CentOS), each one configured differently ( a snapshot that will then branch off unto its own VM) what is the best, ...
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Routed libvirt/KVM network: response packets never reach guest

I'm desperately trying to get a routed networking up and running, but having extreme trouble with the setup. My Dedicated Server has 2 public IP addresses in the same subnet. I want to use 1 IP for ...
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Domus Memory Used Issue With Xen On CentOS

Anyone know why I'm receiving this error? I compiled latest libvirt from source, I also tried with various rpm. I would like to get memory used by domus and it looks like it's not working with Xen 3 ...
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how to upgrade libvirt?

I'm trying to install openstack on RHEL 6.2. Following installation guide from openstack.org, I'm using the command: yum install openstack-nova openstack-glance After resolved many dependencies, I ...
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1answer
527 views

KVM-qemu libvirt multiple interfaces in vms - how to control?

Running Ubuntu 12.04 we have 12 interfaces on the hypervisor which we want to expose in each vm. When we use only interface elements in the xml, we get the interfaces but we can't predict/control ...
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List all files with specified selinux context

How do I list all the files with specific selinux context such as - 'system_u:object_r:svirt_image_t:s0:c332,c575' etc ??
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Measure the migration time

I am using KVM through virt-manager to test the performance in terms of migration speed on different types of network. However, I can't find any documents detailing on measuring the migration time. ...
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2answers
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KVM/Libvirt bridged/routed networking not working on newer guest kernels

I have a dedicated server running Debian 6, with Libvirt (0.9.11.3) and Qemu-KVM (qemu-kvm-1.0+dfsg-11, Debian). I am having a problem getting bridged/routed networking to work in KVM guests with ...
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Libvirt/KVM in NAT: can't access from host (and can't forward)

I'm trying to set up a port forward to a KVM guest, managed through Libvirt on Debian 6. The VM is running in NAT, through the "default" network. This all runs fine, the VM has full internet ...
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KVM slow guest i/o

Host: Debian 6.0 (squeeze) with qemu-kvm and libvirt from squeeze-backports ii qemu-kvm 1.0+dfsg-8~bpo60+1 ii libvirt-bin 0.9.8-2~bpo60+2 Has ...
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Routing table with two NIC adapters in libvirt/KVM

I created a virtual NAT network (192.168.100.0/24 network) in my libvirt and new guest with two interfaces - one in this network, one as bridged (10.34.1.0/24 network) to the local LAN. The reason for ...
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virsh slow execution

I'm using libvirt with Xen 4. Every time I use the virsh tool, it takes a long time until it's started. I start virsh on the same machine where the Xen hypervisor resides. Example: root@xen1:~#: ...
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Libvirt: create a network bridged to the LAN (eth0)

I have a Xen-enabled host and Libvirtd running on a machine. The LAN (on eth0) is 192.168.1.0/24, and the host has 192.168.1.174 as its main IP address. Now what I want to do is to create a domU ...
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libvirt: how can I make a domain start when the host starts?

I would like some of my domains to start automatically when my host starts (I'm using libvirt+KVM on ubuntu). I guess I could put some "virsh start..." statements in rc.local, but is there a way to ...
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Monitoring and statistics through libvirt

Is it possible to monitor and gather statistics in realtime (CPU, memory, HDD, network, ... - something like dstat) of guest systems with libvirt through console from host system (KVM based)? If yes, ...