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Re: [Xen-users] [Xen-devel] service xend and libvirtd not start

On Tue, 2012-03-13 at 00:24 +0000, Javanshir Farzin wrote:
>         I compile and install  xen 4.1.2 source after that I compile
>         kernel 3.0.21 source and install it on ubuntu 11.10
>         distribution.
>         I use attached  pdf file to establish xen dom0 kernel but I
>         use kernel 3.0.21 and xen4.1.2
>         after I boot system then I install a DOMU HVM guest in my
>         system successfully
>          xm list  command show DOM0 and DOMU -two item- in my system
>         but when I want run these commands
>         root@pc# service xend start
>         root@pc#
>         ------------------------
>         root@pc# service xend start
>         libvirtd: unrecognized service
>         root@pc# 
>         please guide me to active xend and libvirtd services.

If you have successfully installed a guest and run "xm list" then xend
is already running so you do not need to start it again. Your second
command and the resulting message seem inconsistent to me, perhaps they
are not the literal cut-and-paste of what happened?

In general questions regarding configuration and setup issues are more
suited to the xen-users@ list. xen-devel@ is for the discussion of the
development of Xen and reporting of bugs once it has been established
one exists. I have changed the CC line appropriately and moved xen-devel
and info@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx to BCC.

Lastly, rather than repeating the same question over and over please
consider reasons why it may not have got an answer, e.g. what
information you might be missing in order to allow someone to help you,
and try to improve the information which you give. You may find
http://wiki.xen.org/wiki/Asking_Xen_Devel_Questions or
http://wiki.xen.org/wiki/Reporting_Bugs_against_Xen helpful for this as
will targeting the correct audience (i.e. list).


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