On Mon, Dec 05, 2011 at 04:51:53PM +0800, Jenna Johnson wrote:
> On 5 December 2011 15:51, Yaniv Kaul <yk...@redhat.com> wrote:
> > On 12/05/2011 09:49 AM, Jenna Johnson wrote:
> > Folks,
> > Installed vdsm,nothing abnormal encountered,but when start vdsmd:
> > $ sudo service vdsmd start
> > vdsm: libvirt already configured for vdsm [
> > OK ]
> > Starting iscsid:
> > Starting libvirtd daemon:
> > Starting up vdsm daemon:
> > vdsm start [
> > OK ]
> > $ sudo service vdsmd status
> > VDS daemon is not running
> > Can you post your vdsm.log? It should have some hints there.
> I mistakenly cleaned vdsm.log,I have thought it would re-generate
> automatically after remove...
> in vdsm-reg.log:
> 10:44:07,831::vdsm-reg-setup::73::root::Setup::__init__ vars:
> self.vdcURL None
> self.vdcPORT 8443
> self.vdcURI /RHEVManagerWeb/VdsAutoRegistration.aspx
> self.vdcRegPort 54321
> self.ovirtURL None
> self.ovirtName None
> self.ovirtUID None
> self.vdcName None
> 10:44:07,832::vdsm-reg-setup::77::root::validate start
> 10:44:07,832::vdsm-reg-setup::84::root::validate end. return: False
> 10:44:13,839::vdsm-reg-setup::279::vdsRegistrator::Total retry count: 6,
> waited: 6 seconds.
What is your setup? Is it a RHEV-H? Which Vdsm version are you using?
And is there a rhev-m around?
vdsm.log would regenerate once you try to restart the daemon.
If it cries about missing keys/certs, you may want to retry with
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