Looks like I’m having issues with libvirt on a my fresh TW install.
I pdated to the latest packages , then I used Yast2 to install KVM & KVM tools on here. After a reboot I was hoping things would just click into place.
The install did give a warning saying NetworkManager prevented bridge from creation, do it manually.
I initially tried doing it with virsh net-dfine. I kept getting errors with that, so I used nmcli and now have my bridge created.
3: br0: <NO-CARRIER,BROADCAST,MULTICAST,UP> mtu 1500 qdisc noqueue state DOWN group default qlen 1000 link/ether 26:3c:8e:f0:d3:1f brd ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff
After I did that I started to look into why virsh didn’t work, checked the libvirtd service health and realized that it was failing.
Jul 28 14:00:51 geckoeggs systemd: Starting Virtualization daemon... Jul 28 14:00:51 geckoeggs libvirtd: libvirt version: 9.5.0 Jul 28 14:00:51 geckoeggs libvirtd: hostname: geckoeggs Jul 28 14:00:51 geckoeggs libvirtd: Failed to initialize libnetcontrol. Management of interface devices is disabled Jul 28 14:00:51 geckoeggs systemd: Started Virtualization daemon. Jul 28 14:02:51 geckoeggs systemd: libvirtd.service: Deactivated successfully.