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KVM Domain not creating

While I am trying to create a new KVM Machine , I am getting the following error , Unable to complete install: 'Domain has not existed. You should be able to find more information in the logs' ...
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Retrieve serial port information of a libvirt domain?

I'm trying to retrieve the serial port information, aka Source Path of a libvirt domain (using qemu/KVM machine): Serial Device 1 (Primary Console) Device type: pty Source path: /dev/pts/2 But ...
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how do I build a bridge between two virtual machines?

I have used virt-install to create two CentOS 7 virtual machine guests on a CentOS 7 host computer. One virtual machine is called webvm, and hosts web sites on a private network. The other virtual ...
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how do I create an appropriate drive for a libvirt virtual machine?

I am trying to use virt-install to create a CentOS 7 virtual machine in a CentOS 7 host. Towards that end, I have been reading the virt-install documentation at the RHEL web site, and I have also ...
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Virtualisation: follow symbolic links in VirtFS (9p) share

I have folder on host machine which have symlinks to another device. Like this $ ls -all ~/folder_to_share ... file1 file2 linked_dir -> /mnt/bdrive/real_dir/ ... I setup QEMU virtual machine ...
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Meaning of “target” in virsh XML VM definitions.

I recently found that the target=hda tag in virsh was actually not translating into guest OS (guest OS's use /dev/sdX as the disk device names, in general, it seems). virt-install and /dev/hda vs. ...
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virt-install and /dev/hda vs. /dev/sda

It appears that my virt-install xml file (i.e. created when defining a VM) specifies targets "hda", "hdb", and so on as the devices for disks, however, the VM, once created, lists /dev/sda, /dev/sdb, ...