On 11/17/2010 11:28 AM, John McDermott (U.S. Navy Employee) wrote:
> Virsh is a shell that is complementary to virt-manager.
> You need to work on network scripts, to make sure your bridge is working.
> Have you looked at the Xen wiki?
Yes, but I thought my problem was in the initial building phase. From
reading the list and the xen wiki and the suse wiki, I had the
impression that things should just work except in special edge cases,
and I must be in one of the edge cases.
And not being a systems administrator, "network scripts" looks scary
:-). Even without that, the error saying that my domU doesn't even
exist seems to imply that I haven't gotten as far as needing to work on
networking. So that isn't so? the domU won't even be created without a
Back to the wikis, I guess.
> On Nov 17, 2010, at 11:21 AM, John Perry wrote:
>> I do not recall having heard of virsh before, so I tried it. "help"
>> gives dozens of commands, so it appears I'll have a big project just
>> learning it, if I have to use it. Is it substantially different or more
>> capable than virt-manager?
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