Re: Help ! libvirt

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On 9/22/23 10:34, Andrea Bolognani wrote:
> On Fri, Sep 22, 2023 at 06:33:06AM +0100, Bhasker C V wrote:
>> I finally fixed it.
>> The issue seems to be with the tpm-tis/cpu backend  (wonder why it shows up
>> with a different error)
>> For the sake of community, I am attaching the new xml file so that you can
>> do forensics on what changed
>> (I prettymuch did a virt-install --import --print-xml to redo the config
>> keeping everything intact)
> Glad to hear you managed to make it work!
>> I found another issue
>> If I switch the suspend-to-disk enabled="yes"
>> I strangely get an error
>> error: operation failed: Unable to find any firmware to satisfy 'efi'
> I can explain that one.
> suspend-to-disk.enabled=yes requires a firmware image that advertises
> the acpi-s4 feature, and you probably don't have one on your system.
> For example, on my Fedora 38 machine:
>   $ grep acpi-s4 /usr/share/qemu/firmware/*.json
>   $
> Yeah, the error message is not very helpful. Unfortunately, due to
> the way firmware autoselection works, emitting a better one would be
> pretty much impossible :(

You can enable debug logs and then observe why each one FW was rejected
(see those VIR_DEBUG() printings in qemuFirmwareMatchDomain() [1]).



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