“error: internal error: unable to execute QEMU command ‘transaction’: Could not create file: Permission denied” when creating a snapshot under KVM

debian buster brings apparmor. apparmor brings problems – eg it’s too restrictive for libvirt KVM guests and does not allow KVM to create snapshot-related files in VM’s folders. so far i did not find a clean and generic way to address it so i had to disable apparmor for libvirt by adding security_driver = “none” …

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bind9 on debian jessie ignores -4 in /etc/default/bind9 and tries to make lookups via ipv6

while checking one of the servers running debian jessie i’ve noticed that logs are full of: strange… didn’t i put “-4” in the /etc/default/bind9 ages ago? apparently i did but ps shows that it was ignored: a bit of googling told me it’s a known problem with systemd [sic!] – the /etc/default/bind9 is ignored. workaround? …

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