On 03/11/2014 04:51 PM, Sven Kieske wrote:

I got SEP flag on my compute node, the cluster level is 3.3
engine is 3.3.3-2.el6
however in my centos 6.5 vm I got no sep flag

this is my qemu-kvm version:

rpm -qa | grep qemu-kvm

yum update qemu-kvm shows me, there is a newer version:

the changelog states:

2014-02-25 - Miroslav Rezanina <mreza...@redhat.com> - -
kvm-monitor-Cleanup-mon-outbuf-on-write-error.patch [bz#1069239] -
Resolves: bz#1069239 (QMP socket breaks on unexpected close)

Which leads to this BZ, which seems to have nothing to do at all
with this flag:


and the guest is lanunched with -m rhel6.5.0 (which is the default for a 3.3 cluster)?

Am 11.03.2014 15:06, schrieb Itamar Heim:
then assuming qemu-kvm is up to date, it should expose sep to the guest
if exists on the host.

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