Starting a HVM guest and then in the graphical console clicking "Shutdown"
results in the console displaying "guest not running" while the main window
still says running. I cannot restart the guest. Screenshot attached.
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Hmm, a little odd. Please provide /root/.virt-manager/virt-manager.log and
output of 'xm list --long' so we can find out which bit is lieing.
Oh, and what version of the libvirt and virt-manager RPMs have you got installed ?
attaching other stuff you asked for.
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xm list --long output
Ok, so the 'xm list' output shows no 'domid' for VM 'winxp' so the guest is
definitely not running & thus the console is correct. I'm not sure why the main
listing still shows it as running. Can you check the Edit -> Preferences and see
if there's a overly-large refresh rate setting ? That refresh rate controls how
often state is refreshed in the main display.
this info was from running and shutting down VM 'svr2k3'. (I'm seeing the same
problem from either guest and just did svr2k3 this time.)
Edit->preferences refresh is 1 second.
There seem to be some exceptions in the virt-manager.log, what do you make of those?
Ahh that makes a little more sense then. The 'xm list' output shows that
'svr2k3' does have a domid set, so is running. Oddly though, there are no
devices listed for this guest at all - no NIC, no disk, no framebuffer. The
latter missing device is why the VNC console has been stopped. So virt-manager
is actually operating correct in this respect - the guest is running, but there
is no framebuffer - its merely a bad error message in the console here.
I'm puzzled why Xen would have 'lost' all the devices for this still running
guest. Can you provide the /var/log/xen/xend.log and also tell me if any
'qemu-dm' process is running ?
BTW, the exceptions, while scary, are usually to be expected in during a domain
transition from running to stopped - you typically get one or two of them - if
they continue to be logged indefinitely though it would be a problem
xm list --long shows devices until I click "Shutdown". I don't see any qemu-dm
I'm attaching all logs and output from xm list long before shutdown.
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xend.log: start service, start a vm and shutdown vm
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xm list --long output from before shutdown
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Hmm, previous comments make it seem like this isn't a virt-manager issue, though it sounds like there could be xen issues at hand. I'm closing this as NOTABUG, but please reopen against xen if you are still seeing the above issues.