On 09/24/2014 02:43 PM, Gene Czarcinski wrote:
It sure would be nice if someone who knows what they are doing took a look at this problem:

The current situation on Fedora 21 is that virt-sandbox and virt-sandbox-service simply do not work if a network is defined (e.g., -N address-  I would give dhcp as an example but to work, that needs to patch I submitted in another BZ report.

Since both virt-sandbox  -c  lxc:///  -N  <network>,source=default and doing systemctl start <sandbox> result in the same error and  since I am running the fedora-virt-preview rpms and the failure does not occur on Fedora 20 but does occur on Fedora 21, I have to assume that the problem is not directly in libvirt.  However, determining what/where the problem really is, is stretching my abilities a bit too far ... help!!
The problem is now fixed by iproute-3.16.0-3:
* Sat Oct 04 2014 Lubomir Rintel <lkundrak@v3.sk> - 3.16.0-3
- Backport fix for ip link add name regression that broke libvirt