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From Rohit Yadav <>
Subject Re: [SHARE] VM migrations failing with Ubuntu 14.04.3
Date Fri, 14 Aug 2015 11:52:26 GMT
Hi Bruno,

Thanks for checking, while it could be an environment related issue - the VM migration finally
started working for me after I downgraded the libvirt-bin and libvirt0 package on my KVM hosts.

On 14-Aug-2015, at 4:59 pm, Milamber <<>>

Hello Rohit,

No issue for migration in my test environment (KVM over KVM) with the 4.5.2 RC1 on Ubuntu
10.04.3 (up to date)

AppArmor is disabled for libvirtd and virt-aa-helper

(see my ansible script:


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