Re: Console of P2V?

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long time ago, but I remember you needed to modify something in upstart as well, grub is just bootrapping the operating system, after that the system needs to have a serial console running to connect to.

Maybe here you will find the golden tip:


On Sun, May 23, 2021 at 9:53 AM vrms <vrms@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
hi William

On 22.05.21 23:59, William wrote:
> I generally use
> GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="console=tty0 console=ttyS0,115200n8"
> and redo grub.cfg (i.e. update-grub, grub2-mkconfig)

thanks for the pointer.

I literally ran in the guests commandline

    GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="console=tty0 console=ttyS0,115200n8"
    sudo update-grub

which did change anything to the behavior on the hosts cli

   Connected to domain '[domain]'
   Escape character is ^] (Ctrl + ])

and then nothing

so ... what is the error I am making?

> On 5/22/2021 2:49 PM, Ken D'Ambrosio wrote:
>>> On 22.05.21 18:52, Ken D'Ambrosio wrote:
>>> ... apologies if this isn't quite the right list, I tried to get the
>>> right one.
>>> But, my problem: I'm firing up a Centos 6.5 box > with virt-install,
>>> [...] and
>>> it boots fine, etc., etc., but I can't get to the console except
>>> through vnc;
>>> "virsh console" just shows a blank screen.
>>> 1. I think this is absolutely the right list for your issue
>> Yay. :-)
>>> 2. is it really blank? or something like
>>>    Connected to domain '[domain]'
>>>    Escape character is ^] (Ctrl + ])
>> Okay, it *does* say those things -- but that's all it says. <CR> gets
>> me nowhere, as opposed to the other KVM hosts we have running.
>>> 3. If I am not mistaken the guest needs to be configured in a
>>> certain way for
>>> virsh console [domain] to work. I can't say how though
>> Hmmm... well, if anyone knows, I'm all ears.
>> Thanks for the reply!


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