Re: Can RHEL7 VM run remote commands to Fedora36 host?

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The only reason I toggled libvirtd was because the remote virsh commands failed and
I could see the socket didn't exist.  That suggests to me that virtproxyd wasn't up AND
it was configured at disabled. 

Your help was extremely appreciated!  My test tool works now.  So now I can test outside customer
environment.  This test tool is very important to me and my customers so I don't break them.



On Fri, Jul 29, 2022 at 8:02 AM Daniel P. Berrangé <berrange@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Fri, Jul 29, 2022 at 07:49:16AM -0400, Carol Bouchard wrote:
> TY VM!!!
> virtproxyd was disabled and I can assure you I didn't disable it.
> /run/libvirt/libvirt-sock now exists AND
> the remote virsh actions were successful.
> Background on my fedora36 install.  I did not do an upgrade. This
> was a fresh install on a new laptop.  I could see libvirt was
> running so I assumed it was intact.  I had enabled/disabled
> libvirtd only because my remote virsh commands were not working.

Enabling/disabling libvirtd probably interfered with virtproxyd, as
they both want the same sockets.

With regards,
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