On Thu, Mar 26, 2009 at 5:17 PM, Greg McRandal <mcrandal at maths.tcd.ie> wrote:
> Also, after a little over an hour RH freezes up, i.e. won't ping, can't connect over virt-manager's vnc. The host OS (Fedora 10) seems fine, nothing in /var/log/messages, and when I restart the guest os (RH4) there's nothing in it's /var/log/messages either.
I've had that kind of behavior once due to the network driver that I
used, could you tell us the command line invoked to start the guest VM
? Also, have you checked the qemu logs? Fedora 10 as far as I know has
pretty decent KVM support. Does your processor support HVM and do you
have the kvm* modules loaded up on Fedora 10?
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