I thinks it is a bug from your virt-manager version (which is conflicted with Qemu) and it
is not related to GVT-g,
what host OS you are using? If it is redhat or Fedora, you can file a bug like
and CC me.
From: iGVT-g [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Caz Yokoyama
Sent: Thursday, February 7, 2019 11:17 AM
Subject: [iGVT-g] Can't create KVM guest OS
Execute me if this problem is already reported/fixed. I can't create KVM guest OS by
"vmport is missing". I build and boot kernel from 2018-q3-gvt-stable-4.17 of
;. qemu is built
and installed from 2018-q3-stable-2.12.0 of
;. When I create KVM
guest OS by virt-manager, I have "mising vmport" in qemu. Please find screen
shot of "New VM" window of virt-manager and error message window in attachment.
configure of igvtg-qemu is invoked as
./configure --prefix=/usr \
Is this known issue?
-caz, caz at caztech dot com, 503-804-one zero two eight(m)