Re: fail to enable the vm in a cluster with vm service

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On 04/06/2012 05:43 PM, emmanuel segura wrote:
> I don't know why put libvirtd daemon in cluster
> 
> ummmm

I'm coming into this conversation a bit late, but from looking at your
cluster.conf, I'd guess that you need to work on it some more. You
should have the libvirtd resource defined, then reference it in the service.

Next, the cluster tries to start the VM and the service in parallel. If
the libvirtd daemon is not started fast enough, the attempt to start the
VM will fail. I would try starting the libvirtd daemon using init.d.

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