Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 809895
vzctl version format breaks 0.9x libvirt
Last modified: 2014-07-06 15:31:09 EDT
with the latest vzctl the change of a reported version format is breaking libvirt openvz driver ("Could not extract vzctl version"). It used to be in the form of major.minor.micro, now it's just major.minor.
patch is quite simple:
@@ -99,7 +99,7 @@ openvzExtractVersionInfo(const char *cmd
if ((tmp = STRSKIP(tmp, "vzctl version ")) == NULL)
- if (virParseVersionString(tmp, &version, true) < 0)
+ if (virParseVersionString(tmp, &version, false) < 0)
Not a RHEL issue, switching to upstream bug tracker product
Would you mind posting this patch upstream to firstname.lastname@example.org, so it gets more visibility?
Is it possible to move the report there? Sorry, I'm not a very frequent bugzilla user - and I made an honest 10 min search for libvirt specific bugzilla (a link on their page leads here).
This _is_ the upstream libvirt bug-tracker. It's just that there a lot more developers that read email@example.com (where patches can be directly applied with a single git command), than there are developers that watch the BZ reports (where patches have to be manually copied-and-pasted, taking more effort).
Did you find this page? http://libvirt.org/bugs.html
Are there any improvements we could make to that page that would make the process easier to understand? (Hint - mention that in your email to libvir-list, as documentation bugs are equally worth fixing).
Your patch is now in the following commit for 0.9.12:
Author: Ilja Livenson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Wed Apr 4 14:30:43 2012 -0600
openvz: support vzctl 3.1
Basically, openvz dropped strict version numbering (3.1 vs 3.1.0),
which caused parsing to fail.