Description of problem:
I have Install rhel6 snapshot-2 ,when I click buttion on the menu or toolbar,I can't shut down and reboot it.
But The fedora 12 can be shut down.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
[unanao@dhcp-65-37 ~]$ cat /etc/redhat-release
Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 6.0 Beta (Santiago)
[unanao@dhcp-65-37 ~]$ rpm -qa |grep libvirt
[unanao@dhcp-65-37 ~]$ rpm -q virt-manager
Steps to Reproduce:
I have installed guest(rhel6).
1. Click Application->System tools->Virtual Machine Manager.
2. Click Open button at the bottom of Virtual Machine Manager window.
3. Click Virtual Machine->Run.
4. Click Virtual Machine->Shut Down->Shut Down(or reboot) after VM is boot.
There is no effect when I click the buttion.
When I click the buttion ,system will halt or reboot as the buttion spcified.
My system is only for virt-manager,it is cleaned.
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Is the GNOME desktop, or acpid running inside the guest? Without one of those two there is no application to react to the shutdown event, so it won't work.
Also, does 'virsh shutdown $vmname' have any different effect?
This may be related to BZ #594596.
If the vm was installed with a "Minimal" installation set, then acpid won't have been installed, causing this behaviour.
Thanks for your kindly reply!
I have test a "full" install,I test the rhel5.4 ,rhel5.5,rhel6 and windows2003,And verified they all work well.
Because I have change the machine some days ago,can't find the environment again.
But the problem had been solved.Therefore this bug can be closed.I will install "minimal"install test BZ #594596 again.
Sorry,I reply so late.Because after I report the bug ,and back to school for a few days , after I returned,other things surrouned it.