Chapter 30. Troubleshooting

Chapter 30. Troubleshooting

30.1. Identifying available storage and partitions
30.2. Virtualized ethernet devices are not found by networking tools
30.3. Loop device errors
30.4. Failed domain creation caused by a memory shortage
30.5. Wrong kernel image error - using a non-Xen kernel in a para-virtualized guest
30.6. Wrong kernel image error - non-PAE kernel on a PAE platform
30.7. Fully-virtualized x86_64 guest fails to boot
30.8. Missing localhost entry in /etc/hosts causing virt-manager to fail
30.9. Microcode error during guest boot
30.10. Wrong bridge configured on guest causing Xen hot plug scripts to timeout
30.11. Python depreciation warning messages when starting a virtual machine

This chapter covers common problems and solutions with Red Hat Enterprise Linux virtualization.


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