Il 05/11/2013 10:49, Martin Kletzander ha scritto:
> On Tue, Nov 05, 2013 at 09:08:33AM +0100, Sandro Bonazzola wrote:
>> I had to reinstall ovirt yesterday and now it seems that it doesn't work
>> I'm running nightly on Fedora 18.
>> engine-setup with all-in-one detects hardware virtualization and allow me to
>> configure the system.
>> (it fails detecting engine health status due probably to recent changes in
>> its URL, I'm already looking into it)
>> Once added localhost to the engine, it has been moved to non operational
>> mode saying
>> I don't have virtualization hardware acceleration anymore.
>> I've found that:
>> # modinfo kvm
>> license: GPL
>> author: Qumranet
>> intree: Y
>> vermagic: 3.11.4-101.fc18.x86_64 SMP mod_unload
>> parm: min_timer_period_us:uint
>> parm: ignore_msrs:bool
>> parm: tsc_tolerance_ppm:uint
>> parm: allow_unsafe_assigned_interrupts:Enable device assignment on
>> platforms without interrupt remapping support. (bool)
> This is good, but AFAIK this module is not what provides /dev/kvm.
> Depending on the processor you're using, try checking 'kvm_intel' or
> 'kvm_amd'. Also make sure both are loaded.
I've found that, missing kvm_intel.
>> # /usr/bin/qemu-kvm
>> Could not access KVM kernel module: No such file or directory
>> failed to initialize KVM: No such file or directory
>> looking at strace:
>> open("/dev/kvm", O_RDWR|O_CLOEXEC) = -1 ENOENT (No such file or
> What does ls -lZ /dev/kvm tell you?
it doesn't existed, now it's working again after modprobe kvm_intel
>> Any clue on what may be happened?
> No idea, but I'm basing everything on the fact that it worked before
> the re-install, am I right?
right. something was loading that module automatically before reinstall and now
I needed to create a conf file for having it loaded.
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