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    Quote Originally Posted by seven_skies View Post
    yes, lxcfs run, to cut the doubt am going to reformat using btrfs.
    can not recall home repo, maybe for dbeaver gui.
    may i ask what benefit do u gain from nvidia hardway, i notice so much eye tearing whil disabling v-blank on steam games, i had to disable v-blank to get for fps.
    Hi
    Hardway for me is easy, no need to wait around after a kernel updates. Bear in mind this is a virtual machine with gpu passthrough from my desktop just for testing... main desktop is Tumbleweed.

    Code:
    nvidia-smi 
    Thu Nov  7 20:42:27 2019       
    +-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
    | NVIDIA-SMI 440.31       Driver Version: 440.31       CUDA Version: 10.2     |
    |-------------------------------+----------------------+----------------------+
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    Quote Originally Posted by malcolmlewis View Post
    Hi
    Well I only have the defaults here;

    Code:
    zypper lr -E
    
    #  | Alias               | Name                        | Enabled | GPG Check | Refresh
    ---+---------------------+-----------------------------+---------+-----------+--------
     6 | repo-non-oss        | Non-OSS Repository          | Yes     | (r ) Yes  | Yes    
     7 | repo-oss            | Main Repository             | Yes     | (r ) Yes  | Yes    
    10 | repo-update         | Main Update Repository      | Yes     | (r ) Yes  | Yes    
    11 | repo-update-non-oss | Update Repository (Non-Oss) | Yes     | (r ) Yes  | Yes
    I run btrfs, so is lxcfs running from the output of the mount command?

    Nvidia driver is installed the hardway.

    So of the home repositories, what is installed?
    Hi, i just had fresh install of leap 15.1, now with lxd i have the same old issue. where do we go from here?

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    Quote Originally Posted by seven_skies View Post
    Hi, i just had fresh install of leap 15.1, now with lxd i have the same old issue. where do we go from here?
    Hi
    So, you installed, updated and then installed lxd?
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    Quote Originally Posted by malcolmlewis View Post
    Hi
    So, you installed, updated and then installed lxd?
    yes, without adding any repo ...etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by seven_skies View Post
    yes, without adding any repo ...etc
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    And it installed the same 11 packages? So if you stop the service and make sure lxd isn't running and run lxd -d, same output and segmentation fault?

    What is your hardware, cpu, ram etc?
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    Quote Originally Posted by malcolmlewis View Post
    Hi
    And it installed the same 11 packages? So if you stop the service and make sure lxd isn't running and run lxd -d, same output and segmentation fault?

    What is your hardware, cpu, ram etc?
    Hi,
    Yes ,same 11 packages.
    Yes, same output and segmentation fault.
    CPU I7 6700K
    RAM 32GB DDR4
    MB: ASUS MAXIMUS EXTREME
    G: NVIDIA GTX 970 TURBO
    P.S: do not know if its worth mentioning, i had to boot with kernel param: acpi_enforce_resources=lax.
    i just did install nvidia hardway, i got an error about g lib sth of 32 bit, then prompted with enter and continued the installation, the graphics working i guise. and yes i followed the guide of installing hardway, i installed the patterns, before installing the driver.
    Fri Nov 8 06:55:09 2019
    +-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
    | NVIDIA-SMI 440.31 Driver Version: 440.31 CUDA Version: 10.2 |
    |-------------------------------+----------------------+----------------------+

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    Quote Originally Posted by seven_skies View Post
    Hi,
    Yes ,same 11 packages.
    Yes, same output and segmentation fault.
    CPU I7 6700K
    RAM 32GB DDR4
    MB: ASUS MAXIMUS EXTREME
    G: NVIDIA GTX 970 TURBO
    P.S: do not know if its worth mentioning, i had to boot with kernel param: acpi_enforce_resources=lax.
    i just did install nvidia hardway, i got an error about g lib sth of 32 bit, then prompted with enter and continued the installation, the graphics working i guise. and yes i followed the guide of installing hardway, i installed the patterns, before installing the driver.
    Fri Nov 8 06:55:09 2019
    +-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
    | NVIDIA-SMI 440.31 Driver Version: 440.31 CUDA Version: 10.2 |
    |-------------------------------+----------------------+----------------------+
    Hi
    I don't think the acpi option should make a difference, I'm at a loss... If no one else jumps into the thread, might be best to raise a bug report and post back the reference here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by malcolmlewis View Post
    Hi
    I don't think the acpi option should make a difference, I'm at a loss... If no one else jumps into the thread, might be best to raise a bug report and post back the reference here.

    openSUSE:Submitting bug reports - openSUSE
    am trying to report a bug, but i seem not to find the right place.
    from the link provided at the bottom, i read If you know project and package, you can look it up in build.opensuse.org and click the little beetle icon [] there to get a prefilled bugzilla entry:
    so i navigated to lxd package but could not find the icon for reporting.
    https://build.opensuse.org/package/s...5.1:Update/lxd

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    Quote Originally Posted by seven_skies View Post
    am trying to report a bug, but i seem not to find the right place.
    from the link provided at the bottom, i read If you know project and package, you can look it up in build.opensuse.org and click the little beetle icon [] there to get a prefilled bugzilla entry:
    so i navigated to lxd package but could not find the icon for reporting.
    https://build.opensuse.org/package/s...5.1:Update/lxd
    Hi
    It's the development project, if you have an OBS account;

    Code:
    osc dp openSUSE:Factory lxd
    Virtualization:containers
    https://build.opensuse.org/package/s...containers/lxd
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    Took a look at this, but I'm afraid I can't add too much...
    First a side note...
    I'll have to take a look at LXC architectural changes sometime, it's curious that when lxc installs it includes dependencies for KVM-QEMU but LXD does not(although because LXD requires LXC then the dependencies might be known to be satisfied indirectly). LXC and LXD project descriptions don't mention any use of a hypervisor but there are plenty use of the word "virtualization" which may or may not mean anything. And, no pictures. But, when LXD is launched successfully (see my snappy description below), console output clearly says a hypervisor is launched... perhaps a software hypervisor? Hardware virtualization support may not be required simply to manage anything, but it's curious why a hypervisor would be used at all.

    Now, back to troubleshooting...

    First,
    One of the main show-stopper problems both of you likely are running up against is that you can't initialize, "lxd init" returns an error.
    That socket error has to be resolved before you can have a fully successful running lxd.

    But, that's separate from your result when trying to invoke lxd manually...
    I tested invoking lxd manually with debug output and returned a similar output as Malcolm, @seven_skies somewhat obviously your output dumps when lxd just tries to read an init configuration whereas in Malcolm and my results the attempt is made and finds nothing configured (because of the error initializing).
    BTW - note that this test invoking lxd directly has value for testing, when using lxd normally you would not invoke directly for any but a few very select commands, lxc commands should automatically fire up lxd when necessary. This also means that the lxd daemon should not be running continuously.

    So @seven_skies, your system is still different in some way that's unknown... I ran my tests in a console elevated to root. I think you might be doing the same (no sudo or su -) but you should verify this is what you are doing. It almost has to be some kind of permissions problem that's causing you to dump instead of proceeding.

    That said,
    At least in my case I can't run lxd/lxc because of the init problem which has to be resolved...

    I then proceeded to install and run lxd by way of snap as recommended on the lxd website...
    And was successful.
    Was able to run the init configuration and launch a container.

    If you want full instructions how to install snapd and then lxd, I can provide if needed.
    Otherwise,
    As has been suggested you should submit to https://bugzilla.opensuse.org.
    A reference to the OBS project would be nice but shouldn't be needed.
    Recommend you include in your bug report a link to this Forum thread.

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