[CentOS-virt] shut down a Centos 6 guest / libvirt / ACPI
kress at hal.saar.de
Sat Jun 2 20:22:33 EDT 2012
Got the solution - originally, I've installed the system with
Omitting those options, I get this into the xml used during installation:
and then after installing and starting acpid, shutting down works like a
What was hard though, was to add those features later in the xml, even
installing acpid wasn't any use, had to reinstall with the above
procedure. But now I know how to proceed.
Am 03.06.2012 01:35, schrieb Trey Dockendorf:
> What /etc/init.d/acpid restart return or show in /var/log/messages?
> Minimal should work fine as that's what I've always used to provision
> KVM guests.
> On Sat, Jun 2, 2012 at 6:14 PM, Michael Kress <kress at hal.saar.de
> <mailto:kress at hal.saar.de>> wrote:
> Am 02.06.2012 18:02, schrieb Trey Dockendorf:
>> On Jun 2, 2012 10:43 AM, "Michael Kress" <kress at hal.saar.de
>> <mailto:kress at hal.saar.de>> wrote:
>> > Hi, shutting down a Centos6 kvm guest does not work from
>> outside doing a
>> > 'virsh shutdown vmguest', I've installed the
>> > CentOS-6.2-x86_64-minimal.iso
>> > inside the kvm guest
>> If acpid is installed try rebooting. Ive had issues with acpid
>> starting on first install as its blocked by another daemon.
>> Rebooting or installing during kickstart has solved it for me.
>> - Trey
> I've done that numerous times, no success.
> Will try with the regular version of Centos 6 and report again.
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