Ubuntu

Comment 7 for bug 697046

configure is looking for the parted binary, so I think the missing
dependency is probably the parted package...

On Wed, May 4, 2011 at 09:50, Serge Hallyn <email address hidden>wrote:

> @JamesPage,
>
> exactly which dependency did you add? 'libparted0'? ('libparted0-dev'
> is already there, but I presume the configure check may be looking for
> something not in the -dev package).
>
> --
> You received this bug notification because you are a direct subscriber
> of the bug.
> https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/697046
>
> Title:
> Unable to create volumes on disk pools as parted support is missing
>
> Status in “libvirt” package in Ubuntu:
> Triaged
>
> Bug description:
> IMPACT:
> libvirt is unable to create partitions to support volumes in physical disk
> devices (or logical disk devices).
>
> TEST CASE (using lvm):
> Create a new logical volume:
> lvcreate -n sde -L 500M <vgname>
> Initialise the volume using fdisk
> fdisk /dev/mapper/<vgname>-sde (exit using w to initialize partition
> table)
> Create a new pool using this device (using attached sde.xml)
> virsh pool-define sde.xml
> virsh pool-start sde
> Create a new volume in the pool:
> virsh vol-create-as --pool sde --name 1 --capacity 100M --allocation
> 100M
>
> ORIGINAL BUG REPORT:
>
> Ubuntu 10.10 x64
> libvirt-bin:
> Installed: 0.8.3-1ubuntu14
> Candidate: 0.8.3-1ubuntu14
>
> Error:
>
> root@codis:/etc/libvirt/storage# virsh vol-create-as --pool sde --name 1
> --capacity 100M --allocation 100M
> error: Failed to create vol 1
> error: internal error ' /dev/sde mkpart --script primary ext2 17408B
> 106928639B' exited with non-zero status 1 and signal 0: libvir: error :
> cannot execute binary : No such file or directory
>
> Similar error in syslog:
> Jan 2 23:30:03 codis libvirtd: 23:30:03.221: error : virRunWithHook:857 :
> internal error ' /dev/sde mkpart --script primary 1000341504B 1524629503B'
> exited with non-zero status 1 and signal 0: libvir: error : cannot execute
> binary : No such file or directory#012
>
> Pool "sde" is a disk pool using GPT format:
> <pool type='disk'>
> <name>sde</name>
> <uuid>5bdde906-722c-981c-128c-bf4496f5c508</uuid>
> <capacity>0</capacity>
> <allocation>0</allocation>
> <available>0</available>
> <source>
> <device path='/dev/sde'/>
> <format type='gpt'/>
> </source>
> <target>
> <path>/dev</path>
> <permissions>
> <mode>0700</mode>
> <owner>-1</owner>
> <group>-1</group>
> </permissions>
> </target>
> </pool>
>
> From build log, looks like parted headers are found, but not the binary,
> causing an empty DEFINE in config.h
> Really this should be handled more gracefully, but that's another
> story....
>
>
> https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/maverick/+source/libvirt/+builds?build_state=all
>
> checking for DEVMAPPER... yes
> checking for parted... no
> checking parted/parted.h usability... yes
> checking parted/parted.h presence... yes
> checking for parted/parted.h... yes
> checking for uuid_generate in -luuid... yes
> checking for ped_device_read in -lparted... yes
>
> Manually rebuilding it locally fixed the problem for me...
>
> To unsubscribe from this bug, go to:
> https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/libvirt/+bug/697046/+subscribe
>