Re: Invalid value '-1' for 'cpu.max': Invalid argument - a result of?

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On 16/05/2023 14:14, Michal Prívozník wrote:
On 5/15/23 15:35, lejeczek wrote:

On 15/05/2023 12:06, Michal Prívozník wrote:
On 5/14/23 07:35, lejeczek wrote:
Hi guys.

In hope that an expert read this - what is, can be, the below a
result of?

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Invalid value '-1' for 'cpu.max': Invalid argument
This looks like a string coming from libvirt. When setting CGroups, from
virCgroupSetValueRaw() which seems to be called (transitively) from

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This string doesn't appear in our code base.

this is a snippet from libvirtd logs which is a consequence of what
ovirt's engine setup is doing.
To troubleshoot ansible playbooks which is what engine setup does, as I
understand it, would be an impossible task for me so I reckoned I should
try this end.

If you don't provide more context from the log I don't think we can help
you, sorry. If there isn't more context (which I doubt, because at least
common log line prefix was stripped) then set up debug logs, paste them
somewhere and provide us with the link.


I think it might be here or related:
Yep, looks like it's the same bug. It's supposed to be fixed in
libvirt-9.0.0-2 rpm OR libvirt-9.1.0 upstream. What's your libvirt version?

This should be reproducible easily I'd think as comes from widely - as I
understand - used VM management platform.
This is oVirt self hosted engine setup in a kvm-vm for which VM
bare-metal host is Centos 9 Stream with everything up-to-dayte off the
distro repos.
I'd imagine if you/anybody were to try to deploy current-stable oVirt
node and attempted to deploy hosted engine - will hit this very
Unfortunately, I don't have a setup for running oVirt, nor I intent to
create one, sorry.


hmm, I've decommissioned that test-lab, whichever version is there in oVirt stable... I might try again later. ps. it does not take up much off the underlying hardware - as a VM, a few gigs and few cores.

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