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From David Merrill <>
Subject KVM - configuring libvirtd for use...
Date Tue, 12 Feb 2019 03:50:09 GMT
Hi All,

I’m having a go with this:


I’m running into a funny problem w/libvirtd on KVM where edits I make to

  *   /etc/libvirt/libvirtd.conf

revert to default values. Specifically “listen_tcp” gets set *back* to 0 after I’ve
set it to 1 and restarted the libvrtd service. I end up in a place where I’ve arranged things
to be able to add the KVM host but find that I can’t because libvirtd is now not listening
on tcp port 16509.

I might be out of scope asking here (maybe it’s more of a Ubuntu/KVM/libvrtd thing (it’s
bizarre, *something* is changing that conf file - I’m just not sure what it is yet and/or
I’ve made some assumption out here on the bleeding edge of Ubuntu 18.04 & the latest
ACS), but I’ve searched a bit and haven’t found a good line on someone else having this
problem. Has anyone run into this before?


David Merrill
Senior Systems Engineer,
Managed and Private/Hybrid Cloud Services
92 Oak Street, Portland ME 04101
office 207.772.5678<callto:207.772.5678><>/business/managed-services

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