Re: Virt-manager and guest window stop reacting after some time-out

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Hello, all.
I am not sure if the Fedora update, which is done each 3-5 days, is the cause but the problem returned in its full volume.
Now, again, after some 10 minutes of unusage, all virt manager windows are stuck.
No need to say that /etc/sysconfig/virtnetworkd with the line
remains in its place...
Is there something I can do about this?

On Sun, 9 Jul 2023 at 10:29, Leon Pollak <leon.pollak@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Hello, all.
After the very useful recommendation from Cole, I added the file
/etc/sysconfig/virtnetworkd with the line
This really helped - the short breaks out of the problem stopped.
But yesterday I left my laptop at about 13:00 and returned today at
10:00 (times are approximate) - and again, my VM is not showing its
Obviously, this is not such a big deal - restarting libvirtd once a
day is not a problem.
So, just for the information...:-)

On Fri, 7 Jul 2023 at 11:41, Leon Pollak <leon.pollak@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Thank you very much , Cole. It really helped!
> On Wed, 5 Jul 2023 at 21:10, Cole Robinson <crobinso@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> >
> > On 7/4/23 10:48 AM, Leon Pollak wrote:
> > > Hello.
> > > After upgrading to FC38 I have the following problem:
> > > After some time of inactivity (working in other windows in my FC38 KDE
> > > machine), returning to the virt-manager (4.1.0) and guest window does
> > > not happen. I see the window capture displaying "Virtual Machine
> > > Manager" or the name of my VM, but nothing happens.
> > > I still can switch back to the host machine.
> > > If I run "systemctl restart libvirtd", close all windows and run
> > > virt-manager again, after providing the root password everything
> > > returns to its normal state - the guest continues to run (from the
> > > same place), manager is working normally.
> > > Till the next "time-out" which is rather "long" - about 10-15 minutes.
> > >
> > > Does someone know what to do in such a case?
> > >
> >
> > It's probably this systemd regression, it's hitting lots of libvirt
> > users right now:
> >
> > - Cole
> >

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