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Re: [Libguestfs] [PATCH 4/8] Converter: Configure default devices



On Mon, Feb 01, 2010 at 05:23:32PM +0000, Matthew Booth wrote:
> +sub _configure_default_devices
> +{
> +    my ($dom, $default_dom) = @_;
> +
> +    my ($devices) = $dom->findnodes('/domain/devices');
> +
> +    # Remove any existing input, graphics or video devices
> +    foreach my $input ($devices->findnodes('input | video | graphics')) {
> +        $devices->removeChild($input);
> +    }
> +
> +    my ($input_devices) = $default_dom->findnodes('/domain/devices');
> +
> +    # Add new default devices from default XML
> +    foreach my $input ($input_devices->findnodes('input | video | graphics')) {
> +        my $new = $input->cloneNode(1);
> +        $new->setOwnerDocument($devices->getOwnerDocument());
> +        $devices->appendChild($new);
> +    }
> +}

How do we know that the guest has drivers for these, or do we just
assume that any guest can drive a basic Cirrus card etc?

What sort of devices do ESX guests come configured with?  Is the XML
generated by the libvirt ESX driver an accurate reflection of this?

Rich.

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