This article explains how to tackle the error which arises when starting a new VPS. VPS is the best when it comes to speed, scalability and execution. Usually, when your website expands your shared hosting plan, you need to upgrade it to VPS hosting plan.
While going through this process you may encounter an error as given below-
“setlocale: No such file or directory error: failed to connect to the hypervisor error- Failed to connect
socket to ‘/var/run/libvirt/libvirt-sock’: No such file or directory”
Let us follow the steps given below to tackle the error-
- First of all you will have to check the server status.
- Run the below command to check the server status:
systemctl status libvirtd.service
- If the server fails or stops, the below status will be seen:
<strong><em>systemctl start libvirtd.service</em></strong>
- As soon as the service starts, start the VPS server from the admin panel and your error will be gone.
This way you can tackle the error while starting a new VPS. Hope you liked our article and will surely make use of the instructions mentioned above. Do contact our support staff for any assistance.