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Re: [Libguestfs] [PATCH 6/9] Documentation: Update virt-v2v man page



On Fri, Feb 12, 2010 at 09:39:19AM +0000, Matthew Booth wrote:
> +Since version 0.8.3, virt-manager(1) can also create and manage bridges.

Should be L<virt-manager(1)>.

> +where C<< <domain>.xml >> is the path to the exported guest domain's xml. virt-v2v.conf should specify:

I never knew about C<< ... >>, but it's documented in perlpod.

> +You can avoid having to specify replacement kernels by ensuring that the guest
> +has a fully virt kernel installed prior to conversion. Note that it doesn't have
> +to be the default kernel.

Do you think it's clear enough to people what terms like 'fully virt
kernel' mean?  It might be worth mentioning that kernels installed
from the 'kernel-xen-*' RPMs are Xen PV kernels, and kernels installed
from the 'kernel-*' RPMs are the full virt kernels.

Rest looks good, ACK.

Rich.

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