Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 589312
After running updates on base image, Attach-device fails and seg faults guests.
Last modified: 2013-01-09 06:34:07 EST
Created attachment 411721 [details]
qemu log output
Description of problem: After installing updates on FC12 I tried to re-run my script to attach network interfaces to live guests on KVM. Attch-device now seg faults guest. Tired on multiple guests with the same results. Both guests were FC 12. It worked previously on my other FC12 install.
Interface is defined as:
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Create guest and definition for interface xml, as well as network defined and running
2. attempt to use attach-device on the inteface definiton.
virsh # attach-device fed_base fed_net.xml
error: Failed to attach device from fed_net.xml
error: operation failed: failed to add NIC with 'pci_add pci_addr=auto nic macaddr=52:54:00:5c:fe:a8,vlan=0,name=nic.0'
Expected results: Device should attach and work happily.
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