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Re: [libvirt] [PATCH 00/13] New API: virDominDestroyWithFlags



On Thu, Jul 21, 2011 at 11:28:27AM +0200, Michal Privoznik wrote:
> This series creates new API which adds flags to
> virDomainDestroy. As mentioned here many times, it is
> a bad luck all APIs don't have flags parameter.
> 
> Parameter for this might be needed to select different
> ways of destroying a domain. For example, qemu has 'quit'
> command, which force it to flush internal caches a thus
> preventing from data loss. Or vice versa - in cases
> where we are doing hypervisor assisted destroy we might
> want to send signals, because hypervisor is not responding.
> 
> Currently, no new functionality is implemented, but
> this paves the way for creating multiple ways of domain
> destroying. Therefore, calling this new API is the same
> as calling its predecessor.
> 
> Michal Privoznik (13):
>   destroy: Define new public API virDomainDestroyWithFlags
>   destroy: Wire up the remote protocol
>   destroy: Implement internal API for qemu driver
>   destroy: Implement internal API for ESX driver
>   destroy: Implement internal API for libxl driver
>   destroy: Implement internal API for lxc driver
>   destroy: Implement internal API for openvz driver
>   destroy: Implement internal API for phyp driver
>   destroy: Implement internal API for uml driver
>   destroy: Implement internal API for vbox driver
>   destroy: Implement internal API for vmware driver
>   destroy: Implement internal API for xen driver
>   destroy: Implement internal API for xenapi driver

I would ACK this whole series if the API naming is fixed.

Daniel
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