On Thu, Oct 13, 2016 at 01:47:08PM +0100, Andrei Perietanu wrote:
Hi all, I have to admit Martin might have been right: I upgraded to qemu 2.6.0 and still I see the same problem with virtio disks on my custom built Linux box.I create domain using the previously mentioned domain xml definition and try to install ubuntu from an iso. Earty on during the installation I get an error: The attempt to mount a file system with type ext4 in Virtual disk1, partition#1 (vda1) at / failed At this point the installation fails and I have to reboot the domain. There obviously is something I'm missing since the same works on a ubuntu host machine but I have no idea what or how to debug it. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks!
Yes, I think this is a problem with kvm/virtio then, yes. But unfortunately it's highly improbable that you'd get much help on kernel issues from libvir-list. Maybe qemu people can help. But I doubt the problem is in libvirt. Sorry.
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