This knowledge base sheds light on an easy way to tackle the error that might show up while starting a new VPS. VPS provides immense speed, reliability, and scalability, along with efficient execution. If you want to upgrade your shared hosting plan, opting for VPS hosting is a great option. 

This is the error you might come across while dealing with this process:

“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”

Follow the given steps to resolve this error quickly and efficiently:

  • To begin with, check the status of the server.
  • Use the command given below to examine your server status:
    systemctl status libvirtd.service
  • The status mentioned below will be displayed if the server stops or fails:
    <strong><em>systemctl start libvirtd.service</em></strong>
  • Use the admin panel to start your VPS server the moment your service starts. Your error will have disappeared.

Following the steps mentioned above will help you deal with the error that appears while starting your new VPS Hosting. If you encounter any further issues, feel free to contact our support team for guidance.