Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 596506
qemu: Improve error reporting when migration can't connect
Last modified: 2013-01-09 17:37:58 EST
$ rpm -q qemu-system-x86
Filed against F13 even though this is an F12 box, since I'm using rawvirt repo which provides F13 rebuilds.
If the source qemu instance can't connect to the migration destination (say there is no listening QEMU instance, or port is blocked by a firewall), all we get is info migrate -> Migration status: failed. This is all we have to report back to libvirt users if their firewall is misconfigured, which is crappy.
Ideally, if we can't connect, migration would fail immediately with a relevant message and strerror(). More info from 'info migrate' would be nice too, no idea how this will play with QMP though.
As a slightly related issue, try entering
We get a 'migration failed' error, and then the monitor hangs!
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still relevant AFAIK
This package has changed ownership in the Fedora Package Database. Reassigning to the new owner of this component.
I pushed this to the upstream tracker long ago:
Closing this bug as tracking it Fedora hasn't yeilded anything