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[Libguestfs] GObject bindings (generated source)



I've attached the generated gobject bindings for direct review.

Matt
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Matthew Booth, RHCA, RHCSS
Red Hat Engineering, Virtualisation Team

GPG ID:  D33C3490
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<?xml version="1.0"?>
<!-- This file was automatically generated from C sources - DO NOT EDIT!
To affect the contents of this file, edit the original C definitions,
and/or use gtk-doc annotations.  -->
<repository version="1.2"
            xmlns="http://www.gtk.org/introspection/core/1.0";
            xmlns:c="http://www.gtk.org/introspection/c/1.0";
            xmlns:glib="http://www.gtk.org/introspection/glib/1.0";>
  <include name="GLib" version="2.0"/>
  <include name="GObject" version="2.0"/>
  <include name="Gio" version="2.0"/>
  <namespace name="Guestfs"
             version="1.0"
             shared-library="libguestfs-gobject-1.0.so.0"
             c:identifier-prefixes="Guestfs"
             c:symbol-prefixes="guestfs">
    <class name="AddDomain"
           c:symbol-prefix="add_domain"
           c:type="GuestfsAddDomain"
           parent="GObject.Object"
           glib:type-name="GuestfsAddDomain"
           glib:get-type="guestfs_add_domain_get_type"
           glib:type-struct="AddDomainClass">
      <constructor name="new" c:identifier="guestfs_add_domain_new">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">Create a new GuestfsAddDomain object</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">a new GuestfsAddDomain object</doc>
          <type name="AddDomain" c:type="GuestfsAddDomain*"/>
        </return-value>
      </constructor>
      <property name="allowuuid"
                writable="1"
                construct="1"
                transfer-ownership="none">
        <type name="Tristate"/>
      </property>
      <property name="iface"
                writable="1"
                construct="1"
                transfer-ownership="none">
        <type name="utf8"/>
      </property>
      <property name="libvirturi"
                writable="1"
                construct="1"
                transfer-ownership="none">
        <type name="utf8"/>
      </property>
      <property name="live"
                writable="1"
                construct="1"
                transfer-ownership="none">
        <type name="Tristate"/>
      </property>
      <property name="readonly"
                writable="1"
                construct="1"
                transfer-ownership="none">
        <type name="Tristate"/>
      </property>
      <property name="readonlydisk"
                writable="1"
                construct="1"
                transfer-ownership="none">
        <type name="utf8"/>
      </property>
      <field name="parent">
        <type name="GObject.Object" c:type="GObject"/>
      </field>
      <field name="priv">
        <type name="AddDomainPrivate" c:type="GuestfsAddDomainPrivate*"/>
      </field>
    </class>
    <record name="AddDomainClass"
            c:type="GuestfsAddDomainClass"
            glib:is-gtype-struct-for="AddDomain">
      <field name="parent_class">
        <type name="GObject.ObjectClass" c:type="GObjectClass"/>
      </field>
    </record>
    <record name="AddDomainPrivate"
            c:type="GuestfsAddDomainPrivate"
            disguised="1">
    </record>
    <class name="AddDriveOpts"
           c:symbol-prefix="add_drive_opts"
           c:type="GuestfsAddDriveOpts"
           parent="GObject.Object"
           glib:type-name="GuestfsAddDriveOpts"
           glib:get-type="guestfs_add_drive_opts_get_type"
           glib:type-struct="AddDriveOptsClass">
      <constructor name="new" c:identifier="guestfs_add_drive_opts_new">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">Create a new GuestfsAddDriveOpts object</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">a new GuestfsAddDriveOpts object</doc>
          <type name="AddDriveOpts" c:type="GuestfsAddDriveOpts*"/>
        </return-value>
      </constructor>
      <property name="format"
                writable="1"
                construct="1"
                transfer-ownership="none">
        <type name="utf8"/>
      </property>
      <property name="iface"
                writable="1"
                construct="1"
                transfer-ownership="none">
        <type name="utf8"/>
      </property>
      <property name="name"
                writable="1"
                construct="1"
                transfer-ownership="none">
        <type name="utf8"/>
      </property>
      <property name="readonly"
                writable="1"
                construct="1"
                transfer-ownership="none">
        <type name="Tristate"/>
      </property>
      <field name="parent">
        <type name="GObject.Object" c:type="GObject"/>
      </field>
      <field name="priv">
        <type name="AddDriveOptsPrivate" c:type="GuestfsAddDriveOptsPrivate*"/>
      </field>
    </class>
    <record name="AddDriveOptsClass"
            c:type="GuestfsAddDriveOptsClass"
            glib:is-gtype-struct-for="AddDriveOpts">
      <field name="parent_class">
        <type name="GObject.ObjectClass" c:type="GObjectClass"/>
      </field>
    </record>
    <record name="AddDriveOptsPrivate"
            c:type="GuestfsAddDriveOptsPrivate"
            disguised="1">
    </record>
    <record name="Application"
            c:type="GuestfsApplication"
            glib:type-name="GuestfsApplication"
            glib:get-type="guestfs_application_get_type"
            c:symbol-prefix="application">
      <field name="app_name" writable="1">
        <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
      </field>
      <field name="app_display_name" writable="1">
        <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
      </field>
      <field name="app_epoch" writable="1">
        <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
      </field>
      <field name="app_version" writable="1">
        <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
      </field>
      <field name="app_release" writable="1">
        <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
      </field>
      <field name="app_install_path" writable="1">
        <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
      </field>
      <field name="app_trans_path" writable="1">
        <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
      </field>
      <field name="app_publisher" writable="1">
        <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
      </field>
      <field name="app_url" writable="1">
        <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
      </field>
      <field name="app_source_package" writable="1">
        <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
      </field>
      <field name="app_summary" writable="1">
        <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
      </field>
      <field name="app_description" writable="1">
        <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
      </field>
    </record>
    <class name="BTRFSFilesystemResize"
           c:symbol-prefix="btrfs_filesystem_resize"
           c:type="GuestfsBTRFSFilesystemResize"
           parent="GObject.Object"
           glib:type-name="GuestfsBTRFSFilesystemResize"
           glib:get-type="guestfs_btrfs_filesystem_resize_get_type"
           glib:type-struct="BTRFSFilesystemResizeClass">
      <constructor name="new"
                   c:identifier="guestfs_btrfs_filesystem_resize_new">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">Create a new GuestfsBTRFSFilesystemResize object</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">a new GuestfsBTRFSFilesystemResize object</doc>
          <type name="BTRFSFilesystemResize"
                c:type="GuestfsBTRFSFilesystemResize*"/>
        </return-value>
      </constructor>
      <property name="size"
                writable="1"
                construct="1"
                transfer-ownership="none">
        <type name="gint64"/>
      </property>
      <field name="parent">
        <type name="GObject.Object" c:type="GObject"/>
      </field>
      <field name="priv">
        <type name="BTRFSFilesystemResizePrivate"
              c:type="GuestfsBTRFSFilesystemResizePrivate*"/>
      </field>
    </class>
    <record name="BTRFSFilesystemResizeClass"
            c:type="GuestfsBTRFSFilesystemResizeClass"
            glib:is-gtype-struct-for="BTRFSFilesystemResize">
      <field name="parent_class">
        <type name="GObject.ObjectClass" c:type="GObjectClass"/>
      </field>
    </record>
    <record name="BTRFSFilesystemResizePrivate"
            c:type="GuestfsBTRFSFilesystemResizePrivate"
            disguised="1">
    </record>
    <class name="CompressDeviceOut"
           c:symbol-prefix="compress_device_out"
           c:type="GuestfsCompressDeviceOut"
           parent="GObject.Object"
           glib:type-name="GuestfsCompressDeviceOut"
           glib:get-type="guestfs_compress_device_out_get_type"
           glib:type-struct="CompressDeviceOutClass">
      <constructor name="new" c:identifier="guestfs_compress_device_out_new">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">Create a new GuestfsCompressDeviceOut object</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">a new GuestfsCompressDeviceOut object</doc>
          <type name="CompressDeviceOut" c:type="GuestfsCompressDeviceOut*"/>
        </return-value>
      </constructor>
      <property name="level"
                writable="1"
                construct="1"
                transfer-ownership="none">
        <type name="gint"/>
      </property>
      <field name="parent">
        <type name="GObject.Object" c:type="GObject"/>
      </field>
      <field name="priv">
        <type name="CompressDeviceOutPrivate"
              c:type="GuestfsCompressDeviceOutPrivate*"/>
      </field>
    </class>
    <record name="CompressDeviceOutClass"
            c:type="GuestfsCompressDeviceOutClass"
            glib:is-gtype-struct-for="CompressDeviceOut">
      <field name="parent_class">
        <type name="GObject.ObjectClass" c:type="GObjectClass"/>
      </field>
    </record>
    <record name="CompressDeviceOutPrivate"
            c:type="GuestfsCompressDeviceOutPrivate"
            disguised="1">
    </record>
    <class name="CompressOut"
           c:symbol-prefix="compress_out"
           c:type="GuestfsCompressOut"
           parent="GObject.Object"
           glib:type-name="GuestfsCompressOut"
           glib:get-type="guestfs_compress_out_get_type"
           glib:type-struct="CompressOutClass">
      <constructor name="new" c:identifier="guestfs_compress_out_new">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">Create a new GuestfsCompressOut object</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">a new GuestfsCompressOut object</doc>
          <type name="CompressOut" c:type="GuestfsCompressOut*"/>
        </return-value>
      </constructor>
      <property name="level"
                writable="1"
                construct="1"
                transfer-ownership="none">
        <type name="gint"/>
      </property>
      <field name="parent">
        <type name="GObject.Object" c:type="GObject"/>
      </field>
      <field name="priv">
        <type name="CompressOutPrivate" c:type="GuestfsCompressOutPrivate*"/>
      </field>
    </class>
    <record name="CompressOutClass"
            c:type="GuestfsCompressOutClass"
            glib:is-gtype-struct-for="CompressOut">
      <field name="parent_class">
        <type name="GObject.ObjectClass" c:type="GObjectClass"/>
      </field>
    </record>
    <record name="CompressOutPrivate"
            c:type="GuestfsCompressOutPrivate"
            disguised="1">
    </record>
    <class name="CopyDeviceToDevice"
           c:symbol-prefix="copy_device_to_device"
           c:type="GuestfsCopyDeviceToDevice"
           parent="GObject.Object"
           glib:type-name="GuestfsCopyDeviceToDevice"
           glib:get-type="guestfs_copy_device_to_device_get_type"
           glib:type-struct="CopyDeviceToDeviceClass">
      <constructor name="new" c:identifier="guestfs_copy_device_to_device_new">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">Create a new GuestfsCopyDeviceToDevice object</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">a new GuestfsCopyDeviceToDevice object</doc>
          <type name="CopyDeviceToDevice" c:type="GuestfsCopyDeviceToDevice*"/>
        </return-value>
      </constructor>
      <property name="destoffset"
                writable="1"
                construct="1"
                transfer-ownership="none">
        <type name="gint64"/>
      </property>
      <property name="size"
                writable="1"
                construct="1"
                transfer-ownership="none">
        <type name="gint64"/>
      </property>
      <property name="srcoffset"
                writable="1"
                construct="1"
                transfer-ownership="none">
        <type name="gint64"/>
      </property>
      <field name="parent">
        <type name="GObject.Object" c:type="GObject"/>
      </field>
      <field name="priv">
        <type name="CopyDeviceToDevicePrivate"
              c:type="GuestfsCopyDeviceToDevicePrivate*"/>
      </field>
    </class>
    <record name="CopyDeviceToDeviceClass"
            c:type="GuestfsCopyDeviceToDeviceClass"
            glib:is-gtype-struct-for="CopyDeviceToDevice">
      <field name="parent_class">
        <type name="GObject.ObjectClass" c:type="GObjectClass"/>
      </field>
    </record>
    <record name="CopyDeviceToDevicePrivate"
            c:type="GuestfsCopyDeviceToDevicePrivate"
            disguised="1">
    </record>
    <class name="CopyDeviceToFile"
           c:symbol-prefix="copy_device_to_file"
           c:type="GuestfsCopyDeviceToFile"
           parent="GObject.Object"
           glib:type-name="GuestfsCopyDeviceToFile"
           glib:get-type="guestfs_copy_device_to_file_get_type"
           glib:type-struct="CopyDeviceToFileClass">
      <constructor name="new" c:identifier="guestfs_copy_device_to_file_new">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">Create a new GuestfsCopyDeviceToFile object</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">a new GuestfsCopyDeviceToFile object</doc>
          <type name="CopyDeviceToFile" c:type="GuestfsCopyDeviceToFile*"/>
        </return-value>
      </constructor>
      <property name="destoffset"
                writable="1"
                construct="1"
                transfer-ownership="none">
        <type name="gint64"/>
      </property>
      <property name="size"
                writable="1"
                construct="1"
                transfer-ownership="none">
        <type name="gint64"/>
      </property>
      <property name="srcoffset"
                writable="1"
                construct="1"
                transfer-ownership="none">
        <type name="gint64"/>
      </property>
      <field name="parent">
        <type name="GObject.Object" c:type="GObject"/>
      </field>
      <field name="priv">
        <type name="CopyDeviceToFilePrivate"
              c:type="GuestfsCopyDeviceToFilePrivate*"/>
      </field>
    </class>
    <record name="CopyDeviceToFileClass"
            c:type="GuestfsCopyDeviceToFileClass"
            glib:is-gtype-struct-for="CopyDeviceToFile">
      <field name="parent_class">
        <type name="GObject.ObjectClass" c:type="GObjectClass"/>
      </field>
    </record>
    <record name="CopyDeviceToFilePrivate"
            c:type="GuestfsCopyDeviceToFilePrivate"
            disguised="1">
    </record>
    <class name="CopyFileToDevice"
           c:symbol-prefix="copy_file_to_device"
           c:type="GuestfsCopyFileToDevice"
           parent="GObject.Object"
           glib:type-name="GuestfsCopyFileToDevice"
           glib:get-type="guestfs_copy_file_to_device_get_type"
           glib:type-struct="CopyFileToDeviceClass">
      <constructor name="new" c:identifier="guestfs_copy_file_to_device_new">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">Create a new GuestfsCopyFileToDevice object</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">a new GuestfsCopyFileToDevice object</doc>
          <type name="CopyFileToDevice" c:type="GuestfsCopyFileToDevice*"/>
        </return-value>
      </constructor>
      <property name="destoffset"
                writable="1"
                construct="1"
                transfer-ownership="none">
        <type name="gint64"/>
      </property>
      <property name="size"
                writable="1"
                construct="1"
                transfer-ownership="none">
        <type name="gint64"/>
      </property>
      <property name="srcoffset"
                writable="1"
                construct="1"
                transfer-ownership="none">
        <type name="gint64"/>
      </property>
      <field name="parent">
        <type name="GObject.Object" c:type="GObject"/>
      </field>
      <field name="priv">
        <type name="CopyFileToDevicePrivate"
              c:type="GuestfsCopyFileToDevicePrivate*"/>
      </field>
    </class>
    <record name="CopyFileToDeviceClass"
            c:type="GuestfsCopyFileToDeviceClass"
            glib:is-gtype-struct-for="CopyFileToDevice">
      <field name="parent_class">
        <type name="GObject.ObjectClass" c:type="GObjectClass"/>
      </field>
    </record>
    <record name="CopyFileToDevicePrivate"
            c:type="GuestfsCopyFileToDevicePrivate"
            disguised="1">
    </record>
    <class name="CopyFileToFile"
           c:symbol-prefix="copy_file_to_file"
           c:type="GuestfsCopyFileToFile"
           parent="GObject.Object"
           glib:type-name="GuestfsCopyFileToFile"
           glib:get-type="guestfs_copy_file_to_file_get_type"
           glib:type-struct="CopyFileToFileClass">
      <constructor name="new" c:identifier="guestfs_copy_file_to_file_new">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">Create a new GuestfsCopyFileToFile object</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">a new GuestfsCopyFileToFile object</doc>
          <type name="CopyFileToFile" c:type="GuestfsCopyFileToFile*"/>
        </return-value>
      </constructor>
      <property name="destoffset"
                writable="1"
                construct="1"
                transfer-ownership="none">
        <type name="gint64"/>
      </property>
      <property name="size"
                writable="1"
                construct="1"
                transfer-ownership="none">
        <type name="gint64"/>
      </property>
      <property name="srcoffset"
                writable="1"
                construct="1"
                transfer-ownership="none">
        <type name="gint64"/>
      </property>
      <field name="parent">
        <type name="GObject.Object" c:type="GObject"/>
      </field>
      <field name="priv">
        <type name="CopyFileToFilePrivate"
              c:type="GuestfsCopyFileToFilePrivate*"/>
      </field>
    </class>
    <record name="CopyFileToFileClass"
            c:type="GuestfsCopyFileToFileClass"
            glib:is-gtype-struct-for="CopyFileToFile">
      <field name="parent_class">
        <type name="GObject.ObjectClass" c:type="GObjectClass"/>
      </field>
    </record>
    <record name="CopyFileToFilePrivate"
            c:type="GuestfsCopyFileToFilePrivate"
            disguised="1">
    </record>
    <record name="Dirent"
            c:type="GuestfsDirent"
            glib:type-name="GuestfsDirent"
            glib:get-type="guestfs_dirent_get_type"
            c:symbol-prefix="dirent">
      <field name="ino" writable="1">
        <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
      </field>
      <field name="ftyp" writable="1">
        <type name="gchar" c:type="gchar"/>
      </field>
      <field name="name" writable="1">
        <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
      </field>
    </record>
    <class name="E2fsck"
           c:symbol-prefix="e2fsck"
           c:type="GuestfsE2fsck"
           parent="GObject.Object"
           glib:type-name="GuestfsE2fsck"
           glib:get-type="guestfs_e2fsck_get_type"
           glib:type-struct="E2fsckClass">
      <constructor name="new" c:identifier="guestfs_e2fsck_new">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">Create a new GuestfsE2fsck object</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">a new GuestfsE2fsck object</doc>
          <type name="E2fsck" c:type="GuestfsE2fsck*"/>
        </return-value>
      </constructor>
      <property name="correct"
                writable="1"
                construct="1"
                transfer-ownership="none">
        <type name="Tristate"/>
      </property>
      <property name="forceall"
                writable="1"
                construct="1"
                transfer-ownership="none">
        <type name="Tristate"/>
      </property>
      <field name="parent">
        <type name="GObject.Object" c:type="GObject"/>
      </field>
      <field name="priv">
        <type name="E2fsckPrivate" c:type="GuestfsE2fsckPrivate*"/>
      </field>
    </class>
    <record name="E2fsckClass"
            c:type="GuestfsE2fsckClass"
            glib:is-gtype-struct-for="E2fsck">
      <field name="parent_class">
        <type name="GObject.ObjectClass" c:type="GObjectClass"/>
      </field>
    </record>
    <record name="E2fsckPrivate" c:type="GuestfsE2fsckPrivate" disguised="1">
    </record>
    <record name="INotifyEvent"
            c:type="GuestfsINotifyEvent"
            glib:type-name="GuestfsINotifyEvent"
            glib:get-type="guestfs_inotify_event_get_type"
            c:symbol-prefix="inotify_event">
      <field name="in_wd" writable="1">
        <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
      </field>
      <field name="in_mask" writable="1">
        <type name="guint32" c:type="guint32"/>
      </field>
      <field name="in_cookie" writable="1">
        <type name="guint32" c:type="guint32"/>
      </field>
      <field name="in_name" writable="1">
        <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
      </field>
    </record>
    <class name="InspectGetIcon"
           c:symbol-prefix="inspect_get_icon"
           c:type="GuestfsInspectGetIcon"
           parent="GObject.Object"
           glib:type-name="GuestfsInspectGetIcon"
           glib:get-type="guestfs_inspect_get_icon_get_type"
           glib:type-struct="InspectGetIconClass">
      <constructor name="new" c:identifier="guestfs_inspect_get_icon_new">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">Create a new GuestfsInspectGetIcon object</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">a new GuestfsInspectGetIcon object</doc>
          <type name="InspectGetIcon" c:type="GuestfsInspectGetIcon*"/>
        </return-value>
      </constructor>
      <property name="favicon"
                writable="1"
                construct="1"
                transfer-ownership="none">
        <type name="Tristate"/>
      </property>
      <property name="highquality"
                writable="1"
                construct="1"
                transfer-ownership="none">
        <type name="Tristate"/>
      </property>
      <field name="parent">
        <type name="GObject.Object" c:type="GObject"/>
      </field>
      <field name="priv">
        <type name="InspectGetIconPrivate"
              c:type="GuestfsInspectGetIconPrivate*"/>
      </field>
    </class>
    <record name="InspectGetIconClass"
            c:type="GuestfsInspectGetIconClass"
            glib:is-gtype-struct-for="InspectGetIcon">
      <field name="parent_class">
        <type name="GObject.ObjectClass" c:type="GObjectClass"/>
      </field>
    </record>
    <record name="InspectGetIconPrivate"
            c:type="GuestfsInspectGetIconPrivate"
            disguised="1">
    </record>
    <record name="IntBool"
            c:type="GuestfsIntBool"
            glib:type-name="GuestfsIntBool"
            glib:get-type="guestfs_int_bool_get_type"
            c:symbol-prefix="int_bool">
      <field name="i" writable="1">
        <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
      </field>
      <field name="b" writable="1">
        <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
      </field>
    </record>
    <record name="LV"
            c:type="GuestfsLV"
            glib:type-name="GuestfsLV"
            glib:get-type="guestfs_lvm_lv_get_type"
            c:symbol-prefix="lvm_lv">
      <field name="lv_name" writable="1">
        <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
      </field>
      <field name="lv_uuid" writable="1">
        <array zero-terminated="0" c:type="gchar" fixed-size="32">
          <type name="gchar" c:type="gchar"/>
        </array>
      </field>
      <field name="lv_attr" writable="1">
        <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
      </field>
      <field name="lv_major" writable="1">
        <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
      </field>
      <field name="lv_minor" writable="1">
        <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
      </field>
      <field name="lv_kernel_major" writable="1">
        <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
      </field>
      <field name="lv_kernel_minor" writable="1">
        <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
      </field>
      <field name="lv_size" writable="1">
        <type name="guint64" c:type="guint64"/>
      </field>
      <field name="seg_count" writable="1">
        <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
      </field>
      <field name="origin" writable="1">
        <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
      </field>
      <field name="snap_percent" writable="1">
        <type name="gfloat" c:type="gfloat"/>
      </field>
      <field name="copy_percent" writable="1">
        <type name="gfloat" c:type="gfloat"/>
      </field>
      <field name="move_pv" writable="1">
        <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
      </field>
      <field name="lv_tags" writable="1">
        <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
      </field>
      <field name="mirror_log" writable="1">
        <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
      </field>
      <field name="modules" writable="1">
        <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
      </field>
    </record>
    <class name="MDCreate"
           c:symbol-prefix="md_create"
           c:type="GuestfsMDCreate"
           parent="GObject.Object"
           glib:type-name="GuestfsMDCreate"
           glib:get-type="guestfs_md_create_get_type"
           glib:type-struct="MDCreateClass">
      <constructor name="new" c:identifier="guestfs_md_create_new">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">Create a new GuestfsMDCreate object</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">a new GuestfsMDCreate object</doc>
          <type name="MDCreate" c:type="GuestfsMDCreate*"/>
        </return-value>
      </constructor>
      <property name="chunk"
                writable="1"
                construct="1"
                transfer-ownership="none">
        <type name="gint64"/>
      </property>
      <property name="level"
                writable="1"
                construct="1"
                transfer-ownership="none">
        <type name="utf8"/>
      </property>
      <property name="missingbitmap"
                writable="1"
                construct="1"
                transfer-ownership="none">
        <type name="gint64"/>
      </property>
      <property name="nrdevices"
                writable="1"
                construct="1"
                transfer-ownership="none">
        <type name="gint"/>
      </property>
      <property name="spare"
                writable="1"
                construct="1"
                transfer-ownership="none">
        <type name="gint"/>
      </property>
      <field name="parent">
        <type name="GObject.Object" c:type="GObject"/>
      </field>
      <field name="priv">
        <type name="MDCreatePrivate" c:type="GuestfsMDCreatePrivate*"/>
      </field>
    </class>
    <record name="MDCreateClass"
            c:type="GuestfsMDCreateClass"
            glib:is-gtype-struct-for="MDCreate">
      <field name="parent_class">
        <type name="GObject.ObjectClass" c:type="GObjectClass"/>
      </field>
    </record>
    <record name="MDCreatePrivate"
            c:type="GuestfsMDCreatePrivate"
            disguised="1">
    </record>
    <class name="MkfsOpts"
           c:symbol-prefix="mkfs_opts"
           c:type="GuestfsMkfsOpts"
           parent="GObject.Object"
           glib:type-name="GuestfsMkfsOpts"
           glib:get-type="guestfs_mkfs_opts_get_type"
           glib:type-struct="MkfsOptsClass">
      <constructor name="new" c:identifier="guestfs_mkfs_opts_new">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">Create a new GuestfsMkfsOpts object</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">a new GuestfsMkfsOpts object</doc>
          <type name="MkfsOpts" c:type="GuestfsMkfsOpts*"/>
        </return-value>
      </constructor>
      <property name="blocksize"
                writable="1"
                construct="1"
                transfer-ownership="none">
        <type name="gint"/>
      </property>
      <property name="features"
                writable="1"
                construct="1"
                transfer-ownership="none">
        <type name="utf8"/>
      </property>
      <property name="inode"
                writable="1"
                construct="1"
                transfer-ownership="none">
        <type name="gint"/>
      </property>
      <property name="sectorsize"
                writable="1"
                construct="1"
                transfer-ownership="none">
        <type name="gint"/>
      </property>
      <field name="parent">
        <type name="GObject.Object" c:type="GObject"/>
      </field>
      <field name="priv">
        <type name="MkfsOptsPrivate" c:type="GuestfsMkfsOptsPrivate*"/>
      </field>
    </class>
    <record name="MkfsOptsClass"
            c:type="GuestfsMkfsOptsClass"
            glib:is-gtype-struct-for="MkfsOpts">
      <field name="parent_class">
        <type name="GObject.ObjectClass" c:type="GObjectClass"/>
      </field>
    </record>
    <record name="MkfsOptsPrivate"
            c:type="GuestfsMkfsOptsPrivate"
            disguised="1">
    </record>
    <class name="Mount9P"
           c:symbol-prefix="mount_9p"
           c:type="GuestfsMount9P"
           parent="GObject.Object"
           glib:type-name="GuestfsMount9P"
           glib:get-type="guestfs_mount_9p_get_type"
           glib:type-struct="Mount9PClass">
      <constructor name="new" c:identifier="guestfs_mount_9p_new">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">Create a new GuestfsMount9P object</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">a new GuestfsMount9P object</doc>
          <type name="Mount9P" c:type="GuestfsMount9P*"/>
        </return-value>
      </constructor>
      <property name="options"
                writable="1"
                construct="1"
                transfer-ownership="none">
        <type name="utf8"/>
      </property>
      <field name="parent">
        <type name="GObject.Object" c:type="GObject"/>
      </field>
      <field name="priv">
        <type name="Mount9PPrivate" c:type="GuestfsMount9PPrivate*"/>
      </field>
    </class>
    <record name="Mount9PClass"
            c:type="GuestfsMount9PClass"
            glib:is-gtype-struct-for="Mount9P">
      <field name="parent_class">
        <type name="GObject.ObjectClass" c:type="GObjectClass"/>
      </field>
    </record>
    <record name="Mount9PPrivate" c:type="GuestfsMount9PPrivate" disguised="1">
    </record>
    <class name="NTFSResizeOpts"
           c:symbol-prefix="ntfsresize_opts"
           c:type="GuestfsNTFSResizeOpts"
           parent="GObject.Object"
           glib:type-name="GuestfsNTFSResizeOpts"
           glib:get-type="guestfs_ntfsresize_opts_get_type"
           glib:type-struct="NTFSResizeOptsClass">
      <constructor name="new" c:identifier="guestfs_ntfsresize_opts_new">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">Create a new GuestfsNTFSResizeOpts object</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">a new GuestfsNTFSResizeOpts object</doc>
          <type name="NTFSResizeOpts" c:type="GuestfsNTFSResizeOpts*"/>
        </return-value>
      </constructor>
      <property name="force"
                writable="1"
                construct="1"
                transfer-ownership="none">
        <type name="Tristate"/>
      </property>
      <property name="size"
                writable="1"
                construct="1"
                transfer-ownership="none">
        <type name="gint64"/>
      </property>
      <field name="parent">
        <type name="GObject.Object" c:type="GObject"/>
      </field>
      <field name="priv">
        <type name="NTFSResizeOptsPrivate"
              c:type="GuestfsNTFSResizeOptsPrivate*"/>
      </field>
    </class>
    <record name="NTFSResizeOptsClass"
            c:type="GuestfsNTFSResizeOptsClass"
            glib:is-gtype-struct-for="NTFSResizeOpts">
      <field name="parent_class">
        <type name="GObject.ObjectClass" c:type="GObjectClass"/>
      </field>
    </record>
    <record name="NTFSResizeOptsPrivate"
            c:type="GuestfsNTFSResizeOptsPrivate"
            disguised="1">
    </record>
    <record name="PV"
            c:type="GuestfsPV"
            glib:type-name="GuestfsPV"
            glib:get-type="guestfs_lvm_pv_get_type"
            c:symbol-prefix="lvm_pv">
      <field name="pv_name" writable="1">
        <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
      </field>
      <field name="pv_uuid" writable="1">
        <array zero-terminated="0" c:type="gchar" fixed-size="32">
          <type name="gchar" c:type="gchar"/>
        </array>
      </field>
      <field name="pv_fmt" writable="1">
        <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
      </field>
      <field name="pv_size" writable="1">
        <type name="guint64" c:type="guint64"/>
      </field>
      <field name="dev_size" writable="1">
        <type name="guint64" c:type="guint64"/>
      </field>
      <field name="pv_free" writable="1">
        <type name="guint64" c:type="guint64"/>
      </field>
      <field name="pv_used" writable="1">
        <type name="guint64" c:type="guint64"/>
      </field>
      <field name="pv_attr" writable="1">
        <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
      </field>
      <field name="pv_pe_count" writable="1">
        <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
      </field>
      <field name="pv_pe_alloc_count" writable="1">
        <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
      </field>
      <field name="pv_tags" writable="1">
        <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
      </field>
      <field name="pe_start" writable="1">
        <type name="guint64" c:type="guint64"/>
      </field>
      <field name="pv_mda_count" writable="1">
        <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
      </field>
      <field name="pv_mda_free" writable="1">
        <type name="guint64" c:type="guint64"/>
      </field>
    </record>
    <record name="Partition"
            c:type="GuestfsPartition"
            glib:type-name="GuestfsPartition"
            glib:get-type="guestfs_partition_get_type"
            c:symbol-prefix="partition">
      <field name="part_num" writable="1">
        <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
      </field>
      <field name="part_start" writable="1">
        <type name="guint64" c:type="guint64"/>
      </field>
      <field name="part_end" writable="1">
        <type name="guint64" c:type="guint64"/>
      </field>
      <field name="part_size" writable="1">
        <type name="guint64" c:type="guint64"/>
      </field>
    </record>
    <class name="Session"
           c:symbol-prefix="session"
           c:type="GuestfsSession"
           parent="GObject.Object"
           glib:type-name="GuestfsSession"
           glib:get-type="guestfs_session_get_type"
           glib:type-struct="SessionClass">
      <constructor name="new" c:identifier="guestfs_session_new">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">Create a new libguestfs session.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">a new guestfs session object</doc>
          <type name="Session" c:type="GuestfsSession*"/>
        </return-value>
      </constructor>
      <method name="add_cdrom"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_add_cdrom"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">add a CD-ROM disk image to examine

This function adds a virtual CD-ROM disk image to the
guest.

This is equivalent to the qemu parameter *-cdrom
filename*.

Notes:

*   This call checks for the existence of "filename".
This stops you from specifying other types of drive
which are supported by qemu such as "nbd:" and
"http:" URLs. To specify those, use the general
"guestfs_config" call instead.

*   If you just want to add an ISO file (often you use
this as an efficient way to transfer large files
into the guest), then you should probably use
"guestfs_add_drive_ro" instead.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="filename" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="add_domain"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_add_domain"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">add the disk(s) from a named libvirt domain

This function adds the disk(s) attached to the named
libvirt domain "dom". It works by connecting to libvirt,
requesting the domain and domain XML from libvirt,
parsing it for disks, and calling
"guestfs_add_drive_opts" on each one.

The number of disks added is returned. This operation is
atomic: if an error is returned, then no disks are
added.

This function does some minimal checks to make sure the
libvirt domain is not running (unless "readonly" is
true). In a future version we will try to acquire the
libvirt lock on each disk.

Disks must be accessible locally. This often means that
adding disks from a remote libvirt connection (see
&lt;http://libvirt.org/remote.html&gt;) will fail unless those
disks are accessible via the same device path locally
too.

The optional "libvirturi" parameter sets the libvirt URI
(see &lt;http://libvirt.org/uri.html&gt;). If this is not set
then we connect to the default libvirt URI (or one set
through an environment variable, see the libvirt
documentation for full details).

The optional "live" flag controls whether this call will
try to connect to a running virtual machine "guestfsd"
process if it sees a suitable &lt;channel&gt; element in the
libvirt XML definition. The default (if the flag is
omitted) is never to try. See "ATTACHING TO RUNNING
DAEMONS" in guestfs(3) for more information.

If the "allowuuid" flag is true (default is false) then
a UUID *may* be passed instead of the domain name. The
"dom" string is treated as a UUID first and looked up,
and if that lookup fails then we treat "dom" as a name
as usual.

The optional "readonlydisk" parameter controls what we
do for disks which are marked &lt;readonly/&gt; in the libvirt
XML. Possible values are:

readonlydisk = "error"
If "readonly" is false:

The whole call is aborted with an error if any disk
with the &lt;readonly/&gt; flag is found.

If "readonly" is true:

Disks with the &lt;readonly/&gt; flag are added read-only.

readonlydisk = "read"
If "readonly" is false:

Disks with the &lt;readonly/&gt; flag are added read-only.
Other disks are added read/write.

If "readonly" is true:

Disks with the &lt;readonly/&gt; flag are added read-only.

readonlydisk = "write" (default)
If "readonly" is false:

Disks with the &lt;readonly/&gt; flag are added
read/write.

If "readonly" is true:

Disks with the &lt;readonly/&gt; flag are added read-only.

readonlydisk = "ignore"
If "readonly" is true or false:

Disks with the &lt;readonly/&gt; flag are skipped.

The other optional parameters are passed directly
through to "guestfs_add_drive_opts".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="dom" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="optargs" transfer-ownership="none" allow-none="1">
            <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">a GuestfsAddDomain containing optional arguments</doc>
            <type name="AddDomain" c:type="GuestfsAddDomain*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="add_drive"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_add_drive"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">add an image to examine or modify

This function is the equivalent of calling
"guestfs_add_drive_opts" with no optional parameters, so
the disk is added writable, with the format being
detected automatically.

Automatic detection of the format opens you up to a
potential security hole when dealing with untrusted
raw-format images. See CVE-2010-3851 and RHBZ#642934.
Specifying the format closes this security hole.
Therefore you should think about replacing calls to this
function with calls to "guestfs_add_drive_opts", and
specifying the format.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="filename" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="add_drive_opts"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_add_drive_opts"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">add an image to examine or modify

This function adds a virtual machine disk image
"filename" to libguestfs. The first time you call this
function, the disk appears as "/dev/sda", the second
time as "/dev/sdb", and so on.

You don't necessarily need to be root when using
libguestfs. However you obviously do need sufficient
permissions to access the filename for whatever
operations you want to perform (ie. read access if you
just want to read the image or write access if you want
to modify the image).

This call checks that "filename" exists.

The optional arguments are:

"readonly"
If true then the image is treated as read-only.
Writes are still allowed, but they are stored in a
temporary snapshot overlay which is discarded at the
end. The disk that you add is not modified.

"format"
This forces the image format. If you omit this (or
use "guestfs_add_drive" or "guestfs_add_drive_ro")
then the format is automatically detected. Possible
formats include "raw" and "qcow2".

Automatic detection of the format opens you up to a
potential security hole when dealing with untrusted
raw-format images. See CVE-2010-3851 and
RHBZ#642934. Specifying the format closes this
security hole.

"iface"
This rarely-used option lets you emulate the
behaviour of the deprecated
"guestfs_add_drive_with_if" call (q.v.)

"name"
The name the drive had in the original guest, e.g.
/dev/sdb. This is used as a hint to the guest
inspection process if it is available.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="filename" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="optargs" transfer-ownership="none" allow-none="1">
            <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">a GuestfsAddDriveOpts containing optional arguments</doc>
            <type name="AddDriveOpts" c:type="GuestfsAddDriveOpts*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="add_drive_ro"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_add_drive_ro"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">add a drive in snapshot mode (read-only)

This function is the equivalent of calling
"guestfs_add_drive_opts" with the optional parameter
"GUESTFS_ADD_DRIVE_OPTS_READONLY" set to 1, so the disk
is added read-only, with the format being detected
automatically.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="filename" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="add_drive_ro_with_if"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_add_drive_ro_with_if"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">add a drive read-only specifying the QEMU block emulation to use

This is the same as "guestfs_add_drive_ro" but it allows
you to specify the QEMU interface emulation to use at
run time.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="filename" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="iface" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="add_drive_with_if"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_add_drive_with_if"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">add a drive specifying the QEMU block emulation to use

This is the same as "guestfs_add_drive" but it allows
you to specify the QEMU interface emulation to use at
run time.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="filename" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="iface" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="aug_clear"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_aug_clear"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">clear Augeas path

Set the value associated with "path" to "NULL". This is
the same as the augtool(1) "clear" command.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="augpath" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="aug_close"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_aug_close"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">close the current Augeas handle

Close the current Augeas handle and free up any
resources used by it. After calling this, you have to
call "guestfs_aug_init" again before you can use any
other Augeas functions.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="aug_defnode"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_aug_defnode"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">define an Augeas node

Defines a variable "name" whose value is the result of
evaluating "expr".

If "expr" evaluates to an empty nodeset, a node is
created, equivalent to calling "guestfs_aug_set" "expr",
"value". "name" will be the nodeset containing that
single node.

On success this returns a pair containing the number of
nodes in the nodeset, and a boolean flag if a node was
created.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">a IntBool object, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="IntBool" c:type="GuestfsIntBool*"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="name" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="expr" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="val" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="aug_defvar"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_aug_defvar"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">define an Augeas variable

Defines an Augeas variable "name" whose value is the
result of evaluating "expr". If "expr" is NULL, then
"name" is undefined.

On success this returns the number of nodes in "expr",
or 0 if "expr" evaluates to something which is not a
nodeset.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="name" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="expr" transfer-ownership="none" allow-none="1">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="aug_get" c:identifier="guestfs_session_aug_get" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">look up the value of an Augeas path

Look up the value associated with "path". If "path"
matches exactly one node, the "value" is returned.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned string, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="augpath" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="aug_init"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_aug_init"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">create a new Augeas handle

Create a new Augeas handle for editing configuration
files. If there was any previous Augeas handle
associated with this guestfs session, then it is closed.

You must call this before using any other
"guestfs_aug_*" commands.

"root" is the filesystem root. "root" must not be NULL,
use "/" instead.

The flags are the same as the flags defined in
&lt;augeas.h&gt;, the logical *or* of the following integers:

"AUG_SAVE_BACKUP" = 1
Keep the original file with a ".augsave" extension.

"AUG_SAVE_NEWFILE" = 2
Save changes into a file with extension ".augnew",
and do not overwrite original. Overrides
"AUG_SAVE_BACKUP".

"AUG_TYPE_CHECK" = 4
Typecheck lenses.

This option is only useful when debugging Augeas
lenses. Use of this option may require additional
memory for the libguestfs appliance. You may need to
set the "LIBGUESTFS_MEMSIZE" environment variable or
call "guestfs_set_memsize".

"AUG_NO_STDINC" = 8
Do not use standard load path for modules.

"AUG_SAVE_NOOP" = 16
Make save a no-op, just record what would have been
changed.

"AUG_NO_LOAD" = 32
Do not load the tree in "guestfs_aug_init".

To close the handle, you can call "guestfs_aug_close".

To find out more about Augeas, see &lt;http://augeas.net/&gt;.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="root" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="flags" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="aug_insert"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_aug_insert"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">insert a sibling Augeas node

Create a new sibling "label" for "path", inserting it
into the tree before or after "path" (depending on the
boolean flag "before").

"path" must match exactly one existing node in the tree,
and "label" must be a label, ie. not contain "/", "*" or
end with a bracketed index "[N]".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="augpath" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="label" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="before" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="aug_load"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_aug_load"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">load files into the tree

Load files into the tree.

See "aug_load" in the Augeas documentation for the full
gory details.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="aug_ls" c:identifier="guestfs_session_aug_ls" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">list Augeas nodes under augpath

This is just a shortcut for listing "guestfs_aug_match"
"path/*" and sorting the resulting nodes into
alphabetical order.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of returned strings, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="gchar**">
            <type name="utf8"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="augpath" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="aug_match"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_aug_match"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">return Augeas nodes which match augpath

Returns a list of paths which match the path expression
"path". The returned paths are sufficiently qualified so
that they match exactly one node in the current tree.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of returned strings, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="gchar**">
            <type name="utf8"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="augpath" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="aug_mv" c:identifier="guestfs_session_aug_mv" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">move Augeas node

Move the node "src" to "dest". "src" must match exactly
one node. "dest" is overwritten if it exists.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="src" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="dest" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="aug_rm" c:identifier="guestfs_session_aug_rm" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">remove an Augeas path

Remove "path" and all of its children.

On success this returns the number of entries which were
removed.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="augpath" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="aug_save"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_aug_save"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">write all pending Augeas changes to disk

This writes all pending changes to disk.

The flags which were passed to "guestfs_aug_init" affect
exactly how files are saved.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="aug_set" c:identifier="guestfs_session_aug_set" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">set Augeas path to value

Set the value associated with "path" to "val".

In the Augeas API, it is possible to clear a node by
setting the value to NULL. Due to an oversight in the
libguestfs API you cannot do that with this call.
Instead you must use the "guestfs_aug_clear" call.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="augpath" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="val" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="available"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_available"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">test availability of some parts of the API

This command is used to check the availability of some
groups of functionality in the appliance, which not all
builds of the libguestfs appliance will be able to
provide.

The libguestfs groups, and the functions that those
groups correspond to, are listed in "AVAILABILITY" in
guestfs(3). You can also fetch this list at runtime by
calling "guestfs_available_all_groups".

The argument "groups" is a list of group names, eg:
"["inotify", "augeas"]" would check for the availability
of the Linux inotify functions and Augeas (configuration
file editing) functions.

The command returns no error if *all* requested groups
are available.

It fails with an error if one or more of the requested
groups is unavailable in the appliance.

If an unknown group name is included in the list of
groups then an error is always returned.

*Notes:*

*   You must call "guestfs_launch" before calling this
function.

The reason is because we don't know what groups are
supported by the appliance/daemon until it is
running and can be queried.

*   If a group of functions is available, this does not
necessarily mean that they will work. You still have
to check for errors when calling individual API
functions even if they are available.

*   It is usually the job of distro packagers to build
complete functionality into the libguestfs
appliance. Upstream libguestfs, if built from source
with all requirements satisfied, will support
everything.

*   This call was added in version 1.0.80. In previous
versions of libguestfs all you could do would be to
speculatively execute a command to find out if the
daemon implemented it. See also "guestfs_version".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="groups" transfer-ownership="none">
            <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of strings</doc>
            <array c:type="gchar**">
              <type name="utf8"/>
            </array>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="available_all_groups"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_available_all_groups"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">return a list of all optional groups

This command returns a list of all optional groups that
this daemon knows about. Note this returns both
supported and unsupported groups. To find out which ones
the daemon can actually support you have to call
"guestfs_available" on each member of the returned list.

See also "guestfs_available" and "AVAILABILITY" in
guestfs(3).</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of returned strings, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="gchar**">
            <type name="utf8"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="base64_in"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_base64_in"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">upload base64-encoded data to file

This command uploads base64-encoded data from
"base64file" to "filename".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="base64file" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="filename" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="cancellable"
                     transfer-ownership="none"
                     allow-none="1">
            <type name="Gio.Cancellable" c:type="GCancellable*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="base64_out"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_base64_out"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">download file and encode as base64

This command downloads the contents of "filename",
writing it out to local file "base64file" encoded as
base64.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="filename" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="base64file" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="cancellable"
                     transfer-ownership="none"
                     allow-none="1">
            <type name="Gio.Cancellable" c:type="GCancellable*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="blkid" c:identifier="guestfs_session_blkid" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">print block device attributes

This command returns block device attributes for
"device". The following fields are usually present in
the returned hash. Other fields may also be present.

"UUID"
The uuid of this device.

"LABEL"
The label of this device.

"VERSION"
The version of blkid command.

"TYPE"
The filesystem type or RAID of this device.

"USAGE"
The usage of this device, for example "filesystem"
or "raid".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">a GHashTable of results, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="GLib.HashTable" c:type="GHashTable*">
            <type name="utf8"/>
            <type name="utf8"/>
          </type>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="blockdev_flushbufs"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_blockdev_flushbufs"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">flush device buffers

This tells the kernel to flush internal buffers
associated with "device".

This uses the blockdev(8) command.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="blockdev_getbsz"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_blockdev_getbsz"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get blocksize of block device

This returns the block size of a device.

(Note this is different from both *size in blocks* and
*filesystem block size*).

This uses the blockdev(8) command.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="blockdev_getro"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_blockdev_getro"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">is block device set to read-only

Returns a boolean indicating if the block device is
read-only (true if read-only, false if not).

This uses the blockdev(8) command.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint8" c:type="gint8"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="blockdev_getsize64"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_blockdev_getsize64"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get total size of device in bytes

This returns the size of the device in bytes.

See also "guestfs_blockdev_getsz".

This uses the blockdev(8) command.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="blockdev_getss"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_blockdev_getss"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get sectorsize of block device

This returns the size of sectors on a block device.
Usually 512, but can be larger for modern devices.

(Note, this is not the size in sectors, use
"guestfs_blockdev_getsz" for that).

This uses the blockdev(8) command.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="blockdev_getsz"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_blockdev_getsz"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get total size of device in 512-byte sectors

This returns the size of the device in units of 512-byte
sectors (even if the sectorsize isn't 512 bytes ...
weird).

See also "guestfs_blockdev_getss" for the real sector
size of the device, and "guestfs_blockdev_getsize64" for
the more useful *size in bytes*.

This uses the blockdev(8) command.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="blockdev_rereadpt"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_blockdev_rereadpt"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">reread partition table

Reread the partition table on "device".

This uses the blockdev(8) command.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="blockdev_setbsz"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_blockdev_setbsz"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">set blocksize of block device

This sets the block size of a device.

(Note this is different from both *size in blocks* and
*filesystem block size*).

This uses the blockdev(8) command.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="blocksize" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="blockdev_setro"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_blockdev_setro"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">set block device to read-only

Sets the block device named "device" to read-only.

This uses the blockdev(8) command.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="blockdev_setrw"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_blockdev_setrw"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">set block device to read-write

Sets the block device named "device" to read-write.

This uses the blockdev(8) command.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="btrfs_filesystem_resize"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_btrfs_filesystem_resize"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">resize a btrfs filesystem

This command resizes a btrfs filesystem.

Note that unlike other resize calls, the filesystem has
to be mounted and the parameter is the mountpoint not
the device (this is a requirement of btrfs itself).

The optional parameters are:

"size"
The new size (in bytes) of the filesystem. If
omitted, the filesystem is resized to the maximum
size.

See also btrfs(8).</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="mountpoint" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="optargs" transfer-ownership="none" allow-none="1">
            <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">a GuestfsBTRFSFilesystemResize containing optional arguments</doc>
            <type name="BTRFSFilesystemResize"
                  c:type="GuestfsBTRFSFilesystemResize*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="case_sensitive_path"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_case_sensitive_path"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">return true path on case-insensitive filesystem

This can be used to resolve case insensitive paths on a
filesystem which is case sensitive. The use case is to
resolve paths which you have read from Windows
configuration files or the Windows Registry, to the true
path.

The command handles a peculiarity of the Linux ntfs-3g
filesystem driver (and probably others), which is that
although the underlying filesystem is case-insensitive,
the driver exports the filesystem to Linux as
case-sensitive.

One consequence of this is that special directories such
as "c:\windows" may appear as "/WINDOWS" or "/windows"
(or other things) depending on the precise details of
how they were created. In Windows itself this would not
be a problem.

Bug or feature? You decide:
&lt;http://www.tuxera.com/community/ntfs-3g-faq/#posixfilen
ames1&gt;

This function resolves the true case of each element in
the path and returns the case-sensitive path.

Thus "guestfs_case_sensitive_path" ("/Windows/System32")
might return "/WINDOWS/system32" (the exact return value
would depend on details of how the directories were
originally created under Windows).

*Note*: This function does not handle drive names,
backslashes etc.

See also "guestfs_realpath".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned string, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="cat" c:identifier="guestfs_session_cat" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">list the contents of a file

Return the contents of the file named "path".

Note that this function cannot correctly handle binary
files (specifically, files containing "\0" character
which is treated as end of string). For those you need
to use the "guestfs_read_file" or "guestfs_download"
functions which have a more complex interface.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned string, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="checksum"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_checksum"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">compute MD5, SHAx or CRC checksum of file

This call computes the MD5, SHAx or CRC checksum of the
file named "path".

The type of checksum to compute is given by the
"csumtype" parameter which must have one of the
following values:

"crc"
Compute the cyclic redundancy check (CRC) specified
by POSIX for the "cksum" command.

"md5"
Compute the MD5 hash (using the "md5sum" program).

"sha1"
Compute the SHA1 hash (using the "sha1sum" program).

"sha224"
Compute the SHA224 hash (using the "sha224sum"
program).

"sha256"
Compute the SHA256 hash (using the "sha256sum"
program).

"sha384"
Compute the SHA384 hash (using the "sha384sum"
program).

"sha512"
Compute the SHA512 hash (using the "sha512sum"
program).

The checksum is returned as a printable string.

To get the checksum for a device, use
"guestfs_checksum_device".

To get the checksums for many files, use
"guestfs_checksums_out".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned string, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="csumtype" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="checksum_device"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_checksum_device"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">compute MD5, SHAx or CRC checksum of the contents of a device

This call computes the MD5, SHAx or CRC checksum of the
contents of the device named "device". For the types of
checksums supported see the "guestfs_checksum" command.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned string, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="csumtype" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="checksums_out"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_checksums_out"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">compute MD5, SHAx or CRC checksum of files in a directory

This command computes the checksums of all regular files
in "directory" and then emits a list of those checksums
to the local output file "sumsfile".

This can be used for verifying the integrity of a
virtual machine. However to be properly secure you
should pay attention to the output of the checksum
command (it uses the ones from GNU coreutils). In
particular when the filename is not printable, coreutils
uses a special backslash syntax. For more information,
see the GNU coreutils info file.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="csumtype" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="directory" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="sumsfile" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="cancellable"
                     transfer-ownership="none"
                     allow-none="1">
            <type name="Gio.Cancellable" c:type="GCancellable*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="chmod" c:identifier="guestfs_session_chmod" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">change file mode

Change the mode (permissions) of "path" to "mode". Only
numeric modes are supported.

*Note*: When using this command from guestfish, "mode"
by default would be decimal, unless you prefix it with 0
to get octal, ie. use 0700 not 700.

The mode actually set is affected by the umask.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="mode" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="chown" c:identifier="guestfs_session_chown" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">change file owner and group

Change the file owner to "owner" and group to "group".

Only numeric uid and gid are supported. If you want to
use names, you will need to locate and parse the
password file yourself (Augeas support makes this
relatively easy).</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="owner" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="group" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="command" c:identifier="guestfs_session_command" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">run a command from the guest filesystem

This call runs a command from the guest filesystem. The
filesystem must be mounted, and must contain a
compatible operating system (ie. something Linux, with
the same or compatible processor architecture).

The single parameter is an argv-style list of arguments.
The first element is the name of the program to run.
Subsequent elements are parameters. The list must be
non-empty (ie. must contain a program name). Note that
the command runs directly, and is *not* invoked via the
shell (see "guestfs_sh").

The return value is anything printed to *stdout* by the
command.

If the command returns a non-zero exit status, then this
function returns an error message. The error message
string is the content of *stderr* from the command.

The $PATH environment variable will contain at least
"/usr/bin" and "/bin". If you require a program from
another location, you should provide the full path in
the first parameter.

Shared libraries and data files required by the program
must be available on filesystems which are mounted in
the correct places. It is the caller's responsibility to
ensure all filesystems that are needed are mounted at
the right locations.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned string, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="arguments" transfer-ownership="none">
            <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of strings</doc>
            <array c:type="gchar**">
              <type name="utf8"/>
            </array>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="command_lines"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_command_lines"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">run a command, returning lines

This is the same as "guestfs_command", but splits the
result into a list of lines.

See also: "guestfs_sh_lines"</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of returned strings, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="gchar**">
            <type name="utf8"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="arguments" transfer-ownership="none">
            <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of strings</doc>
            <array c:type="gchar**">
              <type name="utf8"/>
            </array>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="compress_device_out"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_compress_device_out"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">output compressed device

This command compresses "device" and writes it out to
the local file "zdevice".

The "ctype" and optional "level" parameters have the
same meaning as in "guestfs_compress_out".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="ctype" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="zdevice" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="optargs" transfer-ownership="none" allow-none="1">
            <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">a GuestfsCompressDeviceOut containing optional arguments</doc>
            <type name="CompressDeviceOut" c:type="GuestfsCompressDeviceOut*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="cancellable"
                     transfer-ownership="none"
                     allow-none="1">
            <type name="Gio.Cancellable" c:type="GCancellable*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="compress_out"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_compress_out"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">output compressed file

This command compresses "file" and writes it out to the
local file "zfile".

The compression program used is controlled by the
"ctype" parameter. Currently this includes: "compress",
"gzip", "bzip2", "xz" or "lzop". Some compression types
may not be supported by particular builds of libguestfs,
in which case you will get an error containing the
substring "not supported".

The optional "level" parameter controls compression
level. The meaning and default for this parameter
depends on the compression program being used.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="ctype" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="file" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="zfile" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="optargs" transfer-ownership="none" allow-none="1">
            <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">a GuestfsCompressOut containing optional arguments</doc>
            <type name="CompressOut" c:type="GuestfsCompressOut*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="cancellable"
                     transfer-ownership="none"
                     allow-none="1">
            <type name="Gio.Cancellable" c:type="GCancellable*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="config" c:identifier="guestfs_session_config" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">add qemu parameters

This can be used to add arbitrary qemu command line
parameters of the form *-param value*. Actually it's not
quite arbitrary - we prevent you from setting some
parameters which would interfere with parameters that we
use.

The first character of "param" string must be a "-"
(dash).

"value" can be NULL.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="qemuparam" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="qemuvalue" transfer-ownership="none" allow-none="1">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="copy_device_to_device"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_copy_device_to_device"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">copy from source device to destination device

The four calls "guestfs_copy_device_to_device",
"guestfs_copy_device_to_file",
"guestfs_copy_file_to_device", and
"guestfs_copy_file_to_file" let you copy from a source
(device|file) to a destination (device|file).

Partial copies can be made since you can specify
optionally the source offset, destination offset and
size to copy. These values are all specified in bytes.
If not given, the offsets both default to zero, and the
size defaults to copying as much as possible until we
hit the end of the source.

The source and destination may be the same object.
However overlapping regions may not be copied correctly.

If the destination is a file, it is created if required.
If the destination file is not large enough, it is
extended.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="src" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="dest" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="optargs" transfer-ownership="none" allow-none="1">
            <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">a GuestfsCopyDeviceToDevice containing optional arguments</doc>
            <type name="CopyDeviceToDevice"
                  c:type="GuestfsCopyDeviceToDevice*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="copy_device_to_file"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_copy_device_to_file"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">copy from source device to destination file

See "guestfs_copy_device_to_device" for a general
overview of this call.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="src" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="dest" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="optargs" transfer-ownership="none" allow-none="1">
            <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">a GuestfsCopyDeviceToFile containing optional arguments</doc>
            <type name="CopyDeviceToFile" c:type="GuestfsCopyDeviceToFile*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="copy_file_to_device"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_copy_file_to_device"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">copy from source file to destination device

See "guestfs_copy_device_to_device" for a general
overview of this call.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="src" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="dest" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="optargs" transfer-ownership="none" allow-none="1">
            <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">a GuestfsCopyFileToDevice containing optional arguments</doc>
            <type name="CopyFileToDevice" c:type="GuestfsCopyFileToDevice*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="copy_file_to_file"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_copy_file_to_file"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">copy from source file to destination file

See "guestfs_copy_device_to_device" for a general
overview of this call.

This is not the function you want for copying files.
This is for copying blocks within existing files. See
"guestfs_cp", "guestfs_cp_a" and "guestfs_mv" for
general file copying and moving functions.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="src" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="dest" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="optargs" transfer-ownership="none" allow-none="1">
            <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">a GuestfsCopyFileToFile containing optional arguments</doc>
            <type name="CopyFileToFile" c:type="GuestfsCopyFileToFile*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="copy_size"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_copy_size"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">copy size bytes from source to destination using dd

This command copies exactly "size" bytes from one source
device or file "src" to another destination device or
file "dest".

Note this will fail if the source is too short or if the
destination is not large enough.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="src" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="dest" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="size" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="cp" c:identifier="guestfs_session_cp" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">copy a file

This copies a file from "src" to "dest" where "dest" is
either a destination filename or destination directory.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="src" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="dest" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="cp_a" c:identifier="guestfs_session_cp_a" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">copy a file or directory recursively

This copies a file or directory from "src" to "dest"
recursively using the "cp -a" command.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="src" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="dest" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="dd" c:identifier="guestfs_session_dd" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">copy from source to destination using dd

This command copies from one source device or file "src"
to another destination device or file "dest". Normally
you would use this to copy to or from a device or
partition, for example to duplicate a filesystem.

If the destination is a device, it must be as large or
larger than the source file or device, otherwise the
copy will fail. This command cannot do partial copies
(see "guestfs_copy_device_to_device").</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="src" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="dest" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="debug" c:identifier="guestfs_session_debug" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">debugging and internals

The "guestfs_debug" command exposes some internals of
"guestfsd" (the guestfs daemon) that runs inside the
qemu subprocess.

There is no comprehensive help for this command. You
have to look at the file "daemon/debug.c" in the
libguestfs source to find out what you can do.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned string, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="subcmd" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="extraargs" transfer-ownership="none">
            <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of strings</doc>
            <array c:type="gchar**">
              <type name="utf8"/>
            </array>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="debug_cmdline"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_debug_cmdline"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">debug the QEMU command line (internal use only)

This returns the internal QEMU command line. 'debug'
commands are not part of the formal API and can be
removed or changed at any time.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of returned strings, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="gchar**">
            <type name="utf8"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="debug_drives"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_debug_drives"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">debug the drives (internal use only)

This returns the internal list of drives. 'debug'
commands are not part of the formal API and can be
removed or changed at any time.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of returned strings, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="gchar**">
            <type name="utf8"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="debug_upload"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_debug_upload"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">upload a file to the appliance (internal use only)

The "guestfs_debug_upload" command uploads a file to the
libguestfs appliance.

There is no comprehensive help for this command. You
have to look at the file "daemon/debug.c" in the
libguestfs source to find out what it is for.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="filename" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="tmpname" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="mode" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="cancellable"
                     transfer-ownership="none"
                     allow-none="1">
            <type name="Gio.Cancellable" c:type="GCancellable*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="df" c:identifier="guestfs_session_df" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">report file system disk space usage

This command runs the "df" command to report disk space
used.

This command is mostly useful for interactive sessions.
It is *not* intended that you try to parse the output
string. Use "guestfs_statvfs" from programs.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned string, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="df_h" c:identifier="guestfs_session_df_h" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">report file system disk space usage (human readable)

This command runs the "df -h" command to report disk
space used in human-readable format.

This command is mostly useful for interactive sessions.
It is *not* intended that you try to parse the output
string. Use "guestfs_statvfs" from programs.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned string, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="dmesg" c:identifier="guestfs_session_dmesg" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">return kernel messages

This returns the kernel messages ("dmesg" output) from
the guest kernel. This is sometimes useful for extended
debugging of problems.

Another way to get the same information is to enable
verbose messages with "guestfs_set_verbose" or by
setting the environment variable "LIBGUESTFS_DEBUG=1"
before running the program.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned string, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="download"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_download"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">download a file to the local machine

Download file "remotefilename" and save it as "filename"
on the local machine.

"filename" can also be a named pipe.

See also "guestfs_upload", "guestfs_cat".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="remotefilename" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="filename" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="cancellable"
                     transfer-ownership="none"
                     allow-none="1">
            <type name="Gio.Cancellable" c:type="GCancellable*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="download_offset"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_download_offset"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">download a file to the local machine with offset and size

Download file "remotefilename" and save it as "filename"
on the local machine.

"remotefilename" is read for "size" bytes starting at
"offset" (this region must be within the file or
device).

Note that there is no limit on the amount of data that
can be downloaded with this call, unlike with
"guestfs_pread", and this call always reads the full
amount unless an error occurs.

See also "guestfs_download", "guestfs_pread".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="remotefilename" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="filename" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="offset" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="size" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="cancellable"
                     transfer-ownership="none"
                     allow-none="1">
            <type name="Gio.Cancellable" c:type="GCancellable*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="drop_caches"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_drop_caches"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">drop kernel page cache, dentries and inodes

This instructs the guest kernel to drop its page cache,
and/or dentries and inode caches. The parameter
"whattodrop" tells the kernel what precisely to drop,
see &lt;http://linux-mm.org/Drop_Caches&gt;

Setting "whattodrop" to 3 should drop everything.

This automatically calls sync(2) before the operation,
so that the maximum guest memory is freed.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="whattodrop" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="du" c:identifier="guestfs_session_du" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">estimate file space usage

This command runs the "du -s" command to estimate file
space usage for "path".

"path" can be a file or a directory. If "path" is a
directory then the estimate includes the contents of the
directory and all subdirectories (recursively).

The result is the estimated size in *kilobytes* (ie.
units of 1024 bytes).</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="e2fsck" c:identifier="guestfs_session_e2fsck" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">check an ext2/ext3 filesystem

This runs the ext2/ext3 filesystem checker on "device".
It can take the following optional arguments:

"correct"
Automatically repair the file system. This option
will cause e2fsck to automatically fix any
filesystem problems that can be safely fixed without
human intervention.

This option may not be specified at the same time as
the "forceall" option.

"forceall"
Assume an answer of 'yes' to all questions; allows
e2fsck to be used non-interactively.

This option may not be specified at the same time as
the "correct" option.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="optargs" transfer-ownership="none" allow-none="1">
            <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">a GuestfsE2fsck containing optional arguments</doc>
            <type name="E2fsck" c:type="GuestfsE2fsck*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="e2fsck_f"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_e2fsck_f"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">check an ext2/ext3 filesystem

This runs "e2fsck -p -f device", ie. runs the ext2/ext3
filesystem checker on "device", noninteractively (*-p*),
even if the filesystem appears to be clean (*-f*).

This command is only needed because of
"guestfs_resize2fs" (q.v.). Normally you should use
"guestfs_fsck".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="echo_daemon"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_echo_daemon"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">echo arguments back to the client

This command concatenates the list of "words" passed
with single spaces between them and returns the
resulting string.

You can use this command to test the connection through
to the daemon.

See also "guestfs_ping_daemon".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned string, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="words" transfer-ownership="none">
            <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of strings</doc>
            <array c:type="gchar**">
              <type name="utf8"/>
            </array>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="egrep" c:identifier="guestfs_session_egrep" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">return lines matching a pattern

This calls the external "egrep" program and returns the
matching lines.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of returned strings, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="gchar**">
            <type name="utf8"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="regex" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="egrepi" c:identifier="guestfs_session_egrepi" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">return lines matching a pattern

This calls the external "egrep -i" program and returns
the matching lines.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of returned strings, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="gchar**">
            <type name="utf8"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="regex" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="equal" c:identifier="guestfs_session_equal" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">test if two files have equal contents

This compares the two files "file1" and "file2" and
returns true if their content is exactly equal, or false
otherwise.

The external cmp(1) program is used for the comparison.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint8" c:type="gint8"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="file1" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="file2" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="exists" c:identifier="guestfs_session_exists" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">test if file or directory exists

This returns "true" if and only if there is a file,
directory (or anything) with the given "path" name.

See also "guestfs_is_file", "guestfs_is_dir",
"guestfs_stat".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint8" c:type="gint8"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="fallocate"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_fallocate"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">preallocate a file in the guest filesystem

This command preallocates a file (containing zero bytes)
named "path" of size "len" bytes. If the file exists
already, it is overwritten.

Do not confuse this with the guestfish-specific "alloc"
command which allocates a file in the host and attaches
it as a device.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="len" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="fallocate64"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_fallocate64"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">preallocate a file in the guest filesystem

This command preallocates a file (containing zero bytes)
named "path" of size "len" bytes. If the file exists
already, it is overwritten.

Note that this call allocates disk blocks for the file.
To create a sparse file use "guestfs_truncate_size"
instead.

The deprecated call "guestfs_fallocate" does the same,
but owing to an oversight it only allowed 30 bit lengths
to be specified, effectively limiting the maximum size
of files created through that call to 1GB.

Do not confuse this with the guestfish-specific "alloc"
and "sparse" commands which create a file in the host
and attach it as a device.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="len" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="fgrep" c:identifier="guestfs_session_fgrep" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">return lines matching a pattern

This calls the external "fgrep" program and returns the
matching lines.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of returned strings, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="gchar**">
            <type name="utf8"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="pattern" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="fgrepi" c:identifier="guestfs_session_fgrepi" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">return lines matching a pattern

This calls the external "fgrep -i" program and returns
the matching lines.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of returned strings, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="gchar**">
            <type name="utf8"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="pattern" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="file" c:identifier="guestfs_session_file" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">determine file type

This call uses the standard file(1) command to determine
the type or contents of the file.

This call will also transparently look inside various
types of compressed file.

The exact command which runs is "file -zb path". Note in
particular that the filename is not prepended to the
output (the *-b* option).

The output depends on the output of the underlying
file(1) command and it can change in future in ways
beyond our control. In other words, the output is not
guaranteed by the ABI.

See also: file(1), "guestfs_vfs_type", "guestfs_lstat",
"guestfs_is_file", "guestfs_is_blockdev" (etc),
"guestfs_is_zero".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned string, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="file_architecture"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_file_architecture"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">detect the architecture of a binary file

This detects the architecture of the binary "filename",
and returns it if known.

Currently defined architectures are:

"i386"
This string is returned for all 32 bit i386, i486,
i586, i686 binaries irrespective of the precise
processor requirements of the binary.

"x86_64"
64 bit x86-64.

"sparc"
32 bit SPARC.

"sparc64"
64 bit SPARC V9 and above.

"ia64"
Intel Itanium.

"ppc"
32 bit Power PC.

"ppc64"
64 bit Power PC.

Libguestfs may return other architecture strings in
future.

The function works on at least the following types of
files:

*   many types of Un*x and Linux binary

*   many types of Un*x and Linux shared library

*   Windows Win32 and Win64 binaries

*   Windows Win32 and Win64 DLLs

Win32 binaries and DLLs return "i386".

Win64 binaries and DLLs return "x86_64".

*   Linux kernel modules

*   Linux new-style initrd images

*   some non-x86 Linux vmlinuz kernels

What it can't do currently:

*   static libraries (libfoo.a)

*   Linux old-style initrd as compressed ext2 filesystem
(RHEL 3)

*   x86 Linux vmlinuz kernels

x86 vmlinuz images (bzImage format) consist of a mix
of 16-, 32- and compressed code, and are horribly
hard to unpack. If you want to find the architecture
of a kernel, use the architecture of the associated
initrd or kernel module(s) instead.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned string, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="filename" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="filesize"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_filesize"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">return the size of the file in bytes

This command returns the size of "file" in bytes.

To get other stats about a file, use "guestfs_stat",
"guestfs_lstat", "guestfs_is_dir", "guestfs_is_file"
etc. To get the size of block devices, use
"guestfs_blockdev_getsize64".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="file" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="fill" c:identifier="guestfs_session_fill" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">fill a file with octets

This command creates a new file called "path". The
initial content of the file is "len" octets of "c",
where "c" must be a number in the range "[0..255]".

To fill a file with zero bytes (sparsely), it is much
more efficient to use "guestfs_truncate_size". To create
a file with a pattern of repeating bytes use
"guestfs_fill_pattern".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="c" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="len" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="fill_pattern"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_fill_pattern"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">fill a file with a repeating pattern of bytes

This function is like "guestfs_fill" except that it
creates a new file of length "len" containing the
repeating pattern of bytes in "pattern". The pattern is
truncated if necessary to ensure the length of the file
is exactly "len" bytes.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="pattern" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="len" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="find" c:identifier="guestfs_session_find" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">find all files and directories

This command lists out all files and directories,
recursively, starting at "directory". It is essentially
equivalent to running the shell command "find directory
-print" but some post-processing happens on the output,
described below.

This returns a list of strings *without any prefix*.
Thus if the directory structure was:

/tmp/a
/tmp/b
/tmp/c/d

then the returned list from "guestfs_find" "/tmp" would
be 4 elements:

a
b
c
c/d

If "directory" is not a directory, then this command
returns an error.

The returned list is sorted.

See also "guestfs_find0".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of returned strings, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="gchar**">
            <type name="utf8"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="directory" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="find0" c:identifier="guestfs_session_find0" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">find all files and directories, returning NUL-separated list

This command lists out all files and directories,
recursively, starting at "directory", placing the
resulting list in the external file called "files".

This command works the same way as "guestfs_find" with
the following exceptions:

*   The resulting list is written to an external file.

*   Items (filenames) in the result are separated by
"\0" characters. See find(1) option *-print0*.

*   This command is not limited in the number of names
that it can return.

*   The result list is not sorted.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="directory" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="files" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="cancellable"
                     transfer-ownership="none"
                     allow-none="1">
            <type name="Gio.Cancellable" c:type="GCancellable*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="findfs_label"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_findfs_label"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">find a filesystem by label

This command searches the filesystems and returns the
one which has the given label. An error is returned if
no such filesystem can be found.

To find the label of a filesystem, use
"guestfs_vfs_label".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned string, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="label" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="findfs_uuid"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_findfs_uuid"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">find a filesystem by UUID

This command searches the filesystems and returns the
one which has the given UUID. An error is returned if no
such filesystem can be found.

To find the UUID of a filesystem, use
"guestfs_vfs_uuid".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned string, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="uuid" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="fsck" c:identifier="guestfs_session_fsck" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">run the filesystem checker

This runs the filesystem checker (fsck) on "device"
which should have filesystem type "fstype".

The returned integer is the status. See fsck(8) for the
list of status codes from "fsck".

Notes:

*   Multiple status codes can be summed together.

*   A non-zero return code can mean "success", for
example if errors have been corrected on the
filesystem.

*   Checking or repairing NTFS volumes is not supported
(by linux-ntfs).

This command is entirely equivalent to running "fsck -a
-t fstype device".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="fstype" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="get_append" c:identifier="guestfs_session_get_append">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get the additional kernel options

Return the additional kernel options which are added to
the guest kernel command line.

If "NULL" then no options are added.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned string. Note that NULL does not indicate error</doc>
          <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="get_attach_method"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_get_attach_method"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get the attach method

Return the current attach method. See
"guestfs_set_attach_method".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned string, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="get_autosync"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_get_autosync"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get autosync mode

Get the autosync flag.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint8" c:type="gint8"/>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="get_direct"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_get_direct"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get direct appliance mode flag

Return the direct appliance mode flag.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint8" c:type="gint8"/>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="get_e2label"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_get_e2label"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get the ext2/3/4 filesystem label

This returns the ext2/3/4 filesystem label of the
filesystem on "device".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned string, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="get_e2uuid"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_get_e2uuid"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get the ext2/3/4 filesystem UUID

This returns the ext2/3/4 filesystem UUID of the
filesystem on "device".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned string, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="get_memsize"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_get_memsize"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get memory allocated to the qemu subprocess

This gets the memory size in megabytes allocated to the
qemu subprocess.

If "guestfs_set_memsize" was not called on this handle,
and if "LIBGUESTFS_MEMSIZE" was not set, then this
returns the compiled-in default value for memsize.

For more information on the architecture of libguestfs,
see guestfs(3).</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="get_network"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_get_network"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get enable network flag

This returns the enable network flag.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint8" c:type="gint8"/>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="get_path"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_get_path"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get the search path

Return the current search path.

This is always non-NULL. If it wasn't set already, then
this will return the default path.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned string, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="get_pgroup"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_get_pgroup"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get process group flag

This returns the process group flag.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint8" c:type="gint8"/>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="get_pid" c:identifier="guestfs_session_get_pid" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get PID of qemu subprocess

Return the process ID of the qemu subprocess. If there
is no qemu subprocess, then this will return an error.

This is an internal call used for debugging and testing.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="get_qemu"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_get_qemu"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get the qemu binary

Return the current qemu binary.

This is always non-NULL. If it wasn't set already, then
this will return the default qemu binary name.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned string, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="get_recovery_proc"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_get_recovery_proc"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get recovery process enabled flag

Return the recovery process enabled flag.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint8" c:type="gint8"/>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="get_selinux"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_get_selinux"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get SELinux enabled flag

This returns the current setting of the selinux flag
which is passed to the appliance at boot time. See
"guestfs_set_selinux".

For more information on the architecture of libguestfs,
see guestfs(3).</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint8" c:type="gint8"/>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="get_smp" c:identifier="guestfs_session_get_smp" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get number of virtual CPUs in appliance

This returns the number of virtual CPUs assigned to the
appliance.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="get_state"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_get_state"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get the current state

This returns the current state as an opaque integer.
This is only useful for printing debug and internal
error messages.

For more information on states, see guestfs(3).</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="get_trace"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_get_trace"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get command trace enabled flag

Return the command trace flag.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint8" c:type="gint8"/>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="get_umask"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_get_umask"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get the current umask

Return the current umask. By default the umask is 022
unless it has been set by calling "guestfs_umask".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="get_verbose"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_get_verbose"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get verbose mode

This returns the verbose messages flag.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint8" c:type="gint8"/>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="getcon" c:identifier="guestfs_session_getcon" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get SELinux security context

This gets the SELinux security context of the daemon.

See the documentation about SELINUX in guestfs(3), and
"guestfs_setcon"</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned string, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="getxattr"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_getxattr"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get a single extended attribute

Get a single extended attribute from file "path" named
"name". This call follows symlinks. If you want to
lookup an extended attribute for the symlink itself, use
"guestfs_lgetxattr".

Normally it is better to get all extended attributes
from a file in one go by calling "guestfs_getxattrs".
However some Linux filesystem implementations are buggy
and do not provide a way to list out attributes. For
these filesystems (notably ntfs-3g) you have to know the
names of the extended attributes you want in advance and
call this function.

Extended attribute values are blobs of binary data. If
there is no extended attribute named "name", this
returns an error.

See also: "guestfs_getxattrs", "guestfs_lgetxattr",
attr(5).</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of binary data, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array length="2" zero-terminated="0" c:type="guint8*">
            <type name="guint8"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="name" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="size_r"
                     direction="out"
                     caller-allocates="0"
                     transfer-ownership="full">
            <type name="gsize" c:type="gsize*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="getxattrs"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_getxattrs"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">list extended attributes of a file or directory

This call lists the extended attributes of the file or
directory "path".

At the system call level, this is a combination of the
listxattr(2) and getxattr(2) calls.

See also: "guestfs_lgetxattrs", attr(5).</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of XAttr objects, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="GuestfsXAttr**">
            <type name="XAttr"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="glob_expand"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_glob_expand"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">expand a wildcard path

This command searches for all the pathnames matching
"pattern" according to the wildcard expansion rules used
by the shell.

If no paths match, then this returns an empty list
(note: not an error).

It is just a wrapper around the C glob(3) function with
flags "GLOB_MARK|GLOB_BRACE". See that manual page for
more details.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of returned strings, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="gchar**">
            <type name="utf8"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="pattern" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="grep" c:identifier="guestfs_session_grep" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">return lines matching a pattern

This calls the external "grep" program and returns the
matching lines.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of returned strings, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="gchar**">
            <type name="utf8"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="regex" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="grepi" c:identifier="guestfs_session_grepi" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">return lines matching a pattern

This calls the external "grep -i" program and returns
the matching lines.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of returned strings, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="gchar**">
            <type name="utf8"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="regex" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="grub_install"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_grub_install"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">install GRUB 1

This command installs GRUB 1 (the Grand Unified
Bootloader) on "device", with the root directory being
"root".

Notes:

*   There is currently no way in the API to install
grub2, which is used by most modern Linux guests. It
is possible to run the grub2 command from the guest,
although see the caveats in "RUNNING COMMANDS" in
guestfs(3).

*   This uses "grub-install" from the host.
Unfortunately grub is not always compatible with
itself, so this only works in rather narrow
circumstances. Careful testing with each guest
version is advisable.

*   If grub-install reports the error "No suitable drive
was found in the generated device map." it may be
that you need to create a "/boot/grub/device.map"
file first that contains the mapping between grub
device names and Linux device names. It is usually
sufficient to create a file containing:

(hd0) /dev/vda

replacing "/dev/vda" with the name of the
installation device.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="root" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="head" c:identifier="guestfs_session_head" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">return first 10 lines of a file

This command returns up to the first 10 lines of a file
as a list of strings.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of returned strings, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="gchar**">
            <type name="utf8"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="head_n" c:identifier="guestfs_session_head_n" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">return first N lines of a file

If the parameter "nrlines" is a positive number, this
returns the first "nrlines" lines of the file "path".

If the parameter "nrlines" is a negative number, this
returns lines from the file "path", excluding the last
"nrlines" lines.

If the parameter "nrlines" is zero, this returns an
empty list.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of returned strings, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="gchar**">
            <type name="utf8"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="nrlines" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="hexdump" c:identifier="guestfs_session_hexdump" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">dump a file in hexadecimal

This runs "hexdump -C" on the given "path". The result
is the human-readable, canonical hex dump of the file.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned string, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="initrd_cat"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_initrd_cat"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">list the contents of a single file in an initrd

This command unpacks the file "filename" from the initrd
file called "initrdpath". The filename must be given
*without* the initial "/" character.

For example, in guestfish you could use the following
command to examine the boot script (usually called
"/init") contained in a Linux initrd or initramfs image:

initrd-cat /boot/initrd-&lt;version&gt;.img init

See also "guestfs_initrd_list".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of binary data, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array length="2" zero-terminated="0" c:type="guint8*">
            <type name="guint8"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="initrdpath" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="filename" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="size_r"
                     direction="out"
                     caller-allocates="0"
                     transfer-ownership="full">
            <type name="gsize" c:type="gsize*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="initrd_list"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_initrd_list"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">list files in an initrd

This command lists out files contained in an initrd.

The files are listed without any initial "/" character.
The files are listed in the order they appear (not
necessarily alphabetical). Directory names are listed as
separate items.

Old Linux kernels (2.4 and earlier) used a compressed
ext2 filesystem as initrd. We *only* support the newer
initramfs format (compressed cpio files).</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of returned strings, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="gchar**">
            <type name="utf8"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="inotify_add_watch"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_inotify_add_watch"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">add an inotify watch

Watch "path" for the events listed in "mask".

Note that if "path" is a directory then events within
that directory are watched, but this does *not* happen
recursively (in subdirectories).

Note for non-C or non-Linux callers: the inotify events
are defined by the Linux kernel ABI and are listed in
"/usr/include/sys/inotify.h".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="mask" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="inotify_close"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_inotify_close"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">close the inotify handle

This closes the inotify handle which was previously
opened by inotify_init. It removes all watches, throws
away any pending events, and deallocates all resources.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="inotify_files"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_inotify_files"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">return list of watched files that had events

This function is a helpful wrapper around
"guestfs_inotify_read" which just returns a list of
pathnames of objects that were touched. The returned
pathnames are sorted and deduplicated.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of returned strings, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="gchar**">
            <type name="utf8"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="inotify_init"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_inotify_init"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">create an inotify handle

This command creates a new inotify handle. The inotify
subsystem can be used to notify events which happen to
objects in the guest filesystem.

"maxevents" is the maximum number of events which will
be queued up between calls to "guestfs_inotify_read" or
"guestfs_inotify_files". If this is passed as 0, then
the kernel (or previously set) default is used. For
Linux 2.6.29 the default was 16384 events. Beyond this
limit, the kernel throws away events, but records the
fact that it threw them away by setting a flag
"IN_Q_OVERFLOW" in the returned structure list (see
"guestfs_inotify_read").

Before any events are generated, you have to add some
watches to the internal watch list. See:
"guestfs_inotify_add_watch", "guestfs_inotify_rm_watch"
and "guestfs_inotify_watch_all".

Queued up events should be read periodically by calling
"guestfs_inotify_read" (or "guestfs_inotify_files" which
is just a helpful wrapper around
"guestfs_inotify_read"). If you don't read the events
out often enough then you risk the internal queue
overflowing.

The handle should be closed after use by calling
"guestfs_inotify_close". This also removes any watches
automatically.

See also inotify(7) for an overview of the inotify
interface as exposed by the Linux kernel, which is
roughly what we expose via libguestfs. Note that there
is one global inotify handle per libguestfs instance.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="maxevents" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="inotify_read"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_inotify_read"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">return list of inotify events

Return the complete queue of events that have happened
since the previous read call.

If no events have happened, this returns an empty list.

*Note*: In order to make sure that all events have been
read, you must call this function repeatedly until it
returns an empty list. The reason is that the call will
read events up to the maximum appliance-to-host message
size and leave remaining events in the queue.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of INotifyEvent objects, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="GuestfsINotifyEvent**">
            <type name="INotifyEvent"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="inotify_rm_watch"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_inotify_rm_watch"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">remove an inotify watch

Remove a previously defined inotify watch. See
"guestfs_inotify_add_watch".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="wd" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="inspect_get_arch"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_inspect_get_arch"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get architecture of inspected operating system

This returns the architecture of the inspected operating
system. The possible return values are listed under
"guestfs_file_architecture".

If the architecture could not be determined, then the
string "unknown" is returned.

Please read "INSPECTION" in guestfs(3) for more details.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned string, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="root" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="inspect_get_distro"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_inspect_get_distro"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get distro of inspected operating system

This returns the distro (distribution) of the inspected
operating system.

Currently defined distros are:

"archlinux"
Arch Linux.

"centos"
CentOS.

"debian"
Debian.

"fedora"
Fedora.

"gentoo"
Gentoo.

"linuxmint"
Linux Mint.

"mageia"
Mageia.

"mandriva"
Mandriva.

"meego"
MeeGo.

"opensuse"
OpenSUSE.

"pardus"
Pardus.

"redhat-based"
Some Red Hat-derived distro.

"rhel"
Red Hat Enterprise Linux.

"scientificlinux"
Scientific Linux.

"slackware"
Slackware.

"ttylinux"
ttylinux.

"ubuntu"
Ubuntu.

"unknown"
The distro could not be determined.

"windows"
Windows does not have distributions. This string is
returned if the OS type is Windows.

Future versions of libguestfs may return other strings
here. The caller should be prepared to handle any
string.

Please read "INSPECTION" in guestfs(3) for more details.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned string, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="root" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="inspect_get_drive_mappings"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_inspect_get_drive_mappings"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get drive letter mappings

This call is useful for Windows which uses a primitive
system of assigning drive letters (like "C:") to
partitions. This inspection API examines the Windows
Registry to find out how disks/partitions are mapped to
drive letters, and returns a hash table as in the
example below:

C      =&gt;     /dev/vda2
E      =&gt;     /dev/vdb1
F      =&gt;     /dev/vdc1

Note that keys are drive letters. For Windows, the key
is case insensitive and just contains the drive letter,
without the customary colon separator character.

In future we may support other operating systems that
also used drive letters, but the keys for those might
not be case insensitive and might be longer than 1
character. For example in OS-9, hard drives were named
"h0", "h1" etc.

For Windows guests, currently only hard drive mappings
are returned. Removable disks (eg. DVD-ROMs) are
ignored.

For guests that do not use drive mappings, or if the
drive mappings could not be determined, this returns an
empty hash table.

Please read "INSPECTION" in guestfs(3) for more details.
See also "guestfs_inspect_get_mountpoints",
"guestfs_inspect_get_filesystems".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">a GHashTable of results, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="GLib.HashTable" c:type="GHashTable*">
            <type name="utf8"/>
            <type name="utf8"/>
          </type>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="root" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="inspect_get_filesystems"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_inspect_get_filesystems"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get filesystems associated with inspected operating system

This returns a list of all the filesystems that we think
are associated with this operating system. This includes
the root filesystem, other ordinary filesystems, and
non-mounted devices like swap partitions.

In the case of a multi-boot virtual machine, it is
possible for a filesystem to be shared between operating
systems.

Please read "INSPECTION" in guestfs(3) for more details.
See also "guestfs_inspect_get_mountpoints".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of returned strings, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="gchar**">
            <type name="utf8"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="root" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="inspect_get_format"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_inspect_get_format"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get format of inspected operating system

This returns the format of the inspected operating
system. You can use it to detect install images, live
CDs and similar.

Currently defined formats are:

"installed"
This is an installed operating system.

"installer"
The disk image being inspected is not an installed
operating system, but a *bootable* install disk,
live CD, or similar.

"unknown"
The format of this disk image is not known.

Future versions of libguestfs may return other strings
here. The caller should be prepared to handle any
string.

Please read "INSPECTION" in guestfs(3) for more details.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned string, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="root" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="inspect_get_hostname"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_inspect_get_hostname"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get hostname of the operating system

This function returns the hostname of the operating
system as found by inspection of the guest's
configuration files.

If the hostname could not be determined, then the string
"unknown" is returned.

Please read "INSPECTION" in guestfs(3) for more details.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned string, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="root" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="inspect_get_icon"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_inspect_get_icon"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get the icon corresponding to this operating system

This function returns an icon corresponding to the
inspected operating system. The icon is returned as a
buffer containing a PNG image (re-encoded to PNG if
necessary).

If it was not possible to get an icon this function
returns a zero-length (non-NULL) buffer. *Callers must
check for this case*.

Libguestfs will start by looking for a file called
"/etc/favicon.png" or "C:\etc\favicon.png" and if it has
the correct format, the contents of this file will be
returned. You can disable favicons by passing the
optional "favicon" boolean as false (default is true).

If finding the favicon fails, then we look in other
places in the guest for a suitable icon.

If the optional "highquality" boolean is true then only
high quality icons are returned, which means only icons
of high resolution with an alpha channel. The default
(false) is to return any icon we can, even if it is of
substandard quality.

Notes:

*   Unlike most other inspection API calls, the guest's
disks must be mounted up before you call this, since
it needs to read information from the guest
filesystem during the call.

*   Security: The icon data comes from the untrusted
guest, and should be treated with caution. PNG files
have been known to contain exploits. Ensure that
libpng (or other relevant libraries) are fully up to
date before trying to process or display the icon.

*   The PNG image returned can be any size. It might not
be square. Libguestfs tries to return the largest,
highest quality icon available. The application must
scale the icon to the required size.

*   Extracting icons from Windows guests requires the
external "wrestool" program from the "icoutils"
package, and several programs ("bmptopnm",
"pnmtopng", "pamcut") from the "netpbm" package.
These must be installed separately.

*   Operating system icons are usually trademarks. Seek
legal advice before using trademarks in
applications.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of binary data, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array length="2" zero-terminated="0" c:type="guint8*">
            <type name="guint8"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="root" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="optargs" transfer-ownership="none" allow-none="1">
            <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">a GuestfsInspectGetIcon containing optional arguments</doc>
            <type name="InspectGetIcon" c:type="GuestfsInspectGetIcon*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="size_r"
                     direction="out"
                     caller-allocates="0"
                     transfer-ownership="full">
            <type name="gsize" c:type="gsize*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="inspect_get_major_version"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_inspect_get_major_version"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get major version of inspected operating system

This returns the major version number of the inspected
operating system.

Windows uses a consistent versioning scheme which is
*not* reflected in the popular public names used by the
operating system. Notably the operating system known as
"Windows 7" is really version 6.1 (ie. major = 6, minor
= 1). You can find out the real versions corresponding
to releases of Windows by consulting Wikipedia or MSDN.

If the version could not be determined, then 0 is
returned.

Please read "INSPECTION" in guestfs(3) for more details.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="root" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="inspect_get_minor_version"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_inspect_get_minor_version"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get minor version of inspected operating system

This returns the minor version number of the inspected
operating system.

If the version could not be determined, then 0 is
returned.

Please read "INSPECTION" in guestfs(3) for more details.
See also "guestfs_inspect_get_major_version".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="root" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="inspect_get_mountpoints"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_inspect_get_mountpoints"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get mountpoints of inspected operating system

This returns a hash of where we think the filesystems
associated with this operating system should be mounted.
Callers should note that this is at best an educated
guess made by reading configuration files such as
"/etc/fstab". *In particular note* that this may return
filesystems which are non-existent or not mountable and
callers should be prepared to handle or ignore failures
if they try to mount them.

Each element in the returned hashtable has a key which
is the path of the mountpoint (eg. "/boot") and a value
which is the filesystem that would be mounted there (eg.
"/dev/sda1").

Non-mounted devices such as swap devices are *not*
returned in this list.

For operating systems like Windows which still use drive
letters, this call will only return an entry for the
first drive "mounted on" "/". For information about the
mapping of drive letters to partitions, see
"guestfs_inspect_get_drive_mappings".

Please read "INSPECTION" in guestfs(3) for more details.
See also "guestfs_inspect_get_filesystems".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">a GHashTable of results, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="GLib.HashTable" c:type="GHashTable*">
            <type name="utf8"/>
            <type name="utf8"/>
          </type>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="root" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="inspect_get_package_format"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_inspect_get_package_format"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get package format used by the operating system

This function and
"guestfs_inspect_get_package_management" return the
package format and package management tool used by the
inspected operating system. For example for Fedora these
functions would return "rpm" (package format) and "yum"
(package management).

This returns the string "unknown" if we could not
determine the package format *or* if the operating
system does not have a real packaging system (eg.
Windows).

Possible strings include: "rpm", "deb", "ebuild",
"pisi", "pacman", "pkgsrc". Future versions of
libguestfs may return other strings.

Please read "INSPECTION" in guestfs(3) for more details.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned string, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="root" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="inspect_get_package_management"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_inspect_get_package_management"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get package management tool used by the operating system

"guestfs_inspect_get_package_format" and this function
return the package format and package management tool
used by the inspected operating system. For example for
Fedora these functions would return "rpm" (package
format) and "yum" (package management).

This returns the string "unknown" if we could not
determine the package management tool *or* if the
operating system does not have a real packaging system
(eg. Windows).

Possible strings include: "yum", "up2date", "apt" (for
all Debian derivatives), "portage", "pisi", "pacman",
"urpmi", "zypper". Future versions of libguestfs may
return other strings.

Please read "INSPECTION" in guestfs(3) for more details.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned string, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="root" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="inspect_get_product_name"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_inspect_get_product_name"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get product name of inspected operating system

This returns the product name of the inspected operating
system. The product name is generally some freeform
string which can be displayed to the user, but should
not be parsed by programs.

If the product name could not be determined, then the
string "unknown" is returned.

Please read "INSPECTION" in guestfs(3) for more details.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned string, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="root" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="inspect_get_product_variant"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_inspect_get_product_variant"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get product variant of inspected operating system

This returns the product variant of the inspected
operating system.

For Windows guests, this returns the contents of the
Registry key "HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows
NT\CurrentVersion" "InstallationType" which is usually a
string such as "Client" or "Server" (other values are
possible). This can be used to distinguish consumer and
enterprise versions of Windows that have the same
version number (for example, Windows 7 and Windows 2008
Server are both version 6.1, but the former is "Client"
and the latter is "Server").

For enterprise Linux guests, in future we intend this to
return the product variant such as "Desktop", "Server"
and so on. But this is not implemented at present.

If the product variant could not be determined, then the
string "unknown" is returned.

Please read "INSPECTION" in guestfs(3) for more details.
See also "guestfs_inspect_get_product_name",
"guestfs_inspect_get_major_version".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned string, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="root" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="inspect_get_roots"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_inspect_get_roots"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">return list of operating systems found by last inspection

This function is a convenient way to get the list of
root devices, as returned from a previous call to
"guestfs_inspect_os", but without redoing the whole
inspection process.

This returns an empty list if either no root devices
were found or the caller has not called
"guestfs_inspect_os".

Please read "INSPECTION" in guestfs(3) for more details.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of returned strings, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="gchar**">
            <type name="utf8"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="inspect_get_windows_current_control_set"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_inspect_get_windows_current_control_set"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get Windows CurrentControlSet of inspected operating system

This returns the Windows CurrentControlSet of the
inspected guest. The CurrentControlSet is a registry key
name such as "ControlSet001".

This call assumes that the guest is Windows and that the
Registry could be examined by inspection. If this is not
the case then an error is returned.

Please read "INSPECTION" in guestfs(3) for more details.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned string, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="root" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="inspect_get_windows_systemroot"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_inspect_get_windows_systemroot"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get Windows systemroot of inspected operating system

This returns the Windows systemroot of the inspected
guest. The systemroot is a directory path such as
"/WINDOWS".

This call assumes that the guest is Windows and that the
systemroot could be determined by inspection. If this is
not the case then an error is returned.

Please read "INSPECTION" in guestfs(3) for more details.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned string, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="root" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="inspect_is_live"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_inspect_is_live"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get live flag for install disk

If "guestfs_inspect_get_format" returns "installer"
(this is an install disk), then this returns true if a
live image was detected on the disk.

Please read "INSPECTION" in guestfs(3) for more details.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint8" c:type="gint8"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="root" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="inspect_is_multipart"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_inspect_is_multipart"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get multipart flag for install disk

If "guestfs_inspect_get_format" returns "installer"
(this is an install disk), then this returns true if the
disk is part of a set.

Please read "INSPECTION" in guestfs(3) for more details.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint8" c:type="gint8"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="root" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="inspect_is_netinst"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_inspect_is_netinst"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get netinst (network installer) flag for install disk

If "guestfs_inspect_get_format" returns "installer"
(this is an install disk), then this returns true if the
disk is a network installer, ie. not a self-contained
install CD but one which is likely to require network
access to complete the install.

Please read "INSPECTION" in guestfs(3) for more details.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint8" c:type="gint8"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="root" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="inspect_list_applications"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_inspect_list_applications"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get list of applications installed in the operating system

Return the list of applications installed in the
operating system.

*Note:* This call works differently from other parts of
the inspection API. You have to call
"guestfs_inspect_os", then
"guestfs_inspect_get_mountpoints", then mount up the
disks, before calling this. Listing applications is a
significantly more difficult operation which requires
access to the full filesystem. Also note that unlike the
other "guestfs_inspect_get_*" calls which are just
returning data cached in the libguestfs handle, this
call actually reads parts of the mounted filesystems
during the call.

This returns an empty list if the inspection code was
not able to determine the list of applications.

The application structure contains the following fields:

"app_name"
The name of the application. For Red Hat-derived and
Debian-derived Linux guests, this is the package
name.

"app_display_name"
The display name of the application, sometimes
localized to the install language of the guest
operating system.

If unavailable this is returned as an empty string
"". Callers needing to display something can use
"app_name" instead.

"app_epoch"
For package managers which use epochs, this contains
the epoch of the package (an integer). If
unavailable, this is returned as 0.

"app_version"
The version string of the application or package. If
unavailable this is returned as an empty string "".

"app_release"
The release string of the application or package,
for package managers that use this. If unavailable
this is returned as an empty string "".

"app_install_path"
The installation path of the application (on
operating systems such as Windows which use
installation paths). This path is in the format used
by the guest operating system, it is not a
libguestfs path.

If unavailable this is returned as an empty string
"".

"app_trans_path"
The install path translated into a libguestfs path.
If unavailable this is returned as an empty string
"".

"app_publisher"
The name of the publisher of the application, for
package managers that use this. If unavailable this
is returned as an empty string "".

"app_url"
The URL (eg. upstream URL) of the application. If
unavailable this is returned as an empty string "".

"app_source_package"
For packaging systems which support this, the name
of the source package. If unavailable this is
returned as an empty string "".

"app_summary"
A short (usually one line) description of the
application or package. If unavailable this is
returned as an empty string "".

"app_description"
A longer description of the application or package.
If unavailable this is returned as an empty string
"".

Please read "INSPECTION" in guestfs(3) for more details.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of Application objects, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="GuestfsApplication**">
            <type name="Application"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="root" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="inspect_os"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_inspect_os"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">inspect disk and return list of operating systems found

This function uses other libguestfs functions and
certain heuristics to inspect the disk(s) (usually disks
belonging to a virtual machine), looking for operating
systems.

The list returned is empty if no operating systems were
found.

If one operating system was found, then this returns a
list with a single element, which is the name of the
root filesystem of this operating system. It is also
possible for this function to return a list containing
more than one element, indicating a dual-boot or
multi-boot virtual machine, with each element being the
root filesystem of one of the operating systems.

You can pass the root string(s) returned to other
"guestfs_inspect_get_*" functions in order to query
further information about each operating system, such as
the name and version.

This function uses other libguestfs features such as
"guestfs_mount_ro" and "guestfs_umount_all" in order to
mount and unmount filesystems and look at the contents.
This should be called with no disks currently mounted.
The function may also use Augeas, so any existing Augeas
handle will be closed.

This function cannot decrypt encrypted disks. The caller
must do that first (supplying the necessary keys) if the
disk is encrypted.

Please read "INSPECTION" in guestfs(3) for more details.

See also "guestfs_list_filesystems".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of returned strings, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="gchar**">
            <type name="utf8"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="internal_autosync"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_internal_autosync"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">internal autosync operation

This command performs the autosync operation just before
the handle is closed. You should not call this command
directly. Instead, use the autosync flag
("guestfs_set_autosync") to control whether or not this
operation is performed when the handle is closed.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="is_blockdev"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_is_blockdev"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">test if block device

This returns "true" if and only if there is a block
device with the given "path" name.

See also "guestfs_stat".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint8" c:type="gint8"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="is_busy" c:identifier="guestfs_session_is_busy" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">is busy processing a command

This returns true iff this handle is busy processing a
command (in the "BUSY" state).

For more information on states, see guestfs(3).</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint8" c:type="gint8"/>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="is_chardev"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_is_chardev"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">test if character device

This returns "true" if and only if there is a character
device with the given "path" name.

See also "guestfs_stat".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint8" c:type="gint8"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="is_config"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_is_config"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">is in configuration state

This returns true iff this handle is being configured
(in the "CONFIG" state).

For more information on states, see guestfs(3).</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint8" c:type="gint8"/>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="is_dir" c:identifier="guestfs_session_is_dir" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">test if a directory

This returns "true" if and only if there is a directory
with the given "path" name. Note that it returns false
for other objects like files.

See also "guestfs_stat".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint8" c:type="gint8"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="is_fifo" c:identifier="guestfs_session_is_fifo" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">test if FIFO (named pipe)

This returns "true" if and only if there is a FIFO
(named pipe) with the given "path" name.

See also "guestfs_stat".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint8" c:type="gint8"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="is_file" c:identifier="guestfs_session_is_file" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">test if a regular file

This returns "true" if and only if there is a regular
file with the given "path" name. Note that it returns
false for other objects like directories.

See also "guestfs_stat".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint8" c:type="gint8"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="is_launching"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_is_launching"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">is launching subprocess

This returns true iff this handle is launching the
subprocess (in the "LAUNCHING" state).

For more information on states, see guestfs(3).</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint8" c:type="gint8"/>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="is_lv" c:identifier="guestfs_session_is_lv" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">test if device is a logical volume

This command tests whether "device" is a logical volume,
and returns true iff this is the case.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint8" c:type="gint8"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="is_ready"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_is_ready"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">is ready to accept commands

This returns true iff this handle is ready to accept
commands (in the "READY" state).

For more information on states, see guestfs(3).</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint8" c:type="gint8"/>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="is_socket"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_is_socket"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">test if socket

This returns "true" if and only if there is a Unix
domain socket with the given "path" name.

See also "guestfs_stat".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint8" c:type="gint8"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="is_symlink"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_is_symlink"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">test if symbolic link

This returns "true" if and only if there is a symbolic
link with the given "path" name.

See also "guestfs_stat".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint8" c:type="gint8"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="is_zero" c:identifier="guestfs_session_is_zero" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">test if a file contains all zero bytes

This returns true iff the file exists and the file is
empty or it contains all zero bytes.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint8" c:type="gint8"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="is_zero_device"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_is_zero_device"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">test if a device contains all zero bytes

This returns true iff the device exists and contains all
zero bytes.

Note that for large devices this can take a long time to
run.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint8" c:type="gint8"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="kill_subprocess"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_kill_subprocess"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">kill the qemu subprocess

This kills the qemu subprocess. You should never need to
call this.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="launch" c:identifier="guestfs_session_launch" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">launch the qemu subprocess

Internally libguestfs is implemented by running a
virtual machine using qemu(1).

You should call this after configuring the handle (eg.
adding drives) but before performing any actions.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="lchown" c:identifier="guestfs_session_lchown" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">change file owner and group

Change the file owner to "owner" and group to "group".
This is like "guestfs_chown" but if "path" is a symlink
then the link itself is changed, not the target.

Only numeric uid and gid are supported. If you want to
use names, you will need to locate and parse the
password file yourself (Augeas support makes this
relatively easy).</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="owner" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="group" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="lgetxattr"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_lgetxattr"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get a single extended attribute

Get a single extended attribute from file "path" named
"name". If "path" is a symlink, then this call returns
an extended attribute from the symlink.

Normally it is better to get all extended attributes
from a file in one go by calling "guestfs_getxattrs".
However some Linux filesystem implementations are buggy
and do not provide a way to list out attributes. For
these filesystems (notably ntfs-3g) you have to know the
names of the extended attributes you want in advance and
call this function.

Extended attribute values are blobs of binary data. If
there is no extended attribute named "name", this
returns an error.

See also: "guestfs_lgetxattrs", "guestfs_getxattr",
attr(5).</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of binary data, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array length="2" zero-terminated="0" c:type="guint8*">
            <type name="guint8"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="name" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="size_r"
                     direction="out"
                     caller-allocates="0"
                     transfer-ownership="full">
            <type name="gsize" c:type="gsize*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="lgetxattrs"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_lgetxattrs"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">list extended attributes of a file or directory

This is the same as "guestfs_getxattrs", but if "path"
is a symbolic link, then it returns the extended
attributes of the link itself.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of XAttr objects, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="GuestfsXAttr**">
            <type name="XAttr"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="list_9p" c:identifier="guestfs_session_list_9p" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">list 9p filesystems

List all 9p filesystems attached to the guest. A list of
mount tags is returned.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of returned strings, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="gchar**">
            <type name="utf8"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="list_devices"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_list_devices"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">list the block devices

List all the block devices.

The full block device names are returned, eg.
"/dev/sda".

See also "guestfs_list_filesystems".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of returned strings, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="gchar**">
            <type name="utf8"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="list_dm_devices"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_list_dm_devices"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">list device mapper devices

List all device mapper devices.

The returned list contains "/dev/mapper/*" devices, eg.
ones created by a previous call to "guestfs_luks_open".

Device mapper devices which correspond to logical
volumes are *not* returned in this list. Call
"guestfs_lvs" if you want to list logical volumes.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of returned strings, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="gchar**">
            <type name="utf8"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="list_filesystems"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_list_filesystems"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">list filesystems

This inspection command looks for filesystems on
partitions, block devices and logical volumes, returning
a list of devices containing filesystems and their type.

The return value is a hash, where the keys are the
devices containing filesystems, and the values are the
filesystem types. For example:

"/dev/sda1" =&gt; "ntfs"
"/dev/sda2" =&gt; "ext2"
"/dev/vg_guest/lv_root" =&gt; "ext4"
"/dev/vg_guest/lv_swap" =&gt; "swap"

The value can have the special value "unknown", meaning
the content of the device is undetermined or empty.
"swap" means a Linux swap partition.

This command runs other libguestfs commands, which might
include "guestfs_mount" and "guestfs_umount", and
therefore you should use this soon after launch and only
when nothing is mounted.

Not all of the filesystems returned will be mountable.
In particular, swap partitions are returned in the list.
Also this command does not check that each filesystem
found is valid and mountable, and some filesystems might
be mountable but require special options. Filesystems
may not all belong to a single logical operating system
(use "guestfs_inspect_os" to look for OSes).</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">a GHashTable of results, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="GLib.HashTable" c:type="GHashTable*">
            <type name="utf8"/>
            <type name="utf8"/>
          </type>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="list_md_devices"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_list_md_devices"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">list Linux md (RAID) devices

List all Linux md devices.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of returned strings, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="gchar**">
            <type name="utf8"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="list_partitions"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_list_partitions"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">list the partitions

List all the partitions detected on all block devices.

The full partition device names are returned, eg.
"/dev/sda1"

This does not return logical volumes. For that you will
need to call "guestfs_lvs".

See also "guestfs_list_filesystems".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of returned strings, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="gchar**">
            <type name="utf8"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="ll" c:identifier="guestfs_session_ll" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">list the files in a directory (long format)

List the files in "directory" (relative to the root
directory, there is no cwd) in the format of 'ls -la'.

This command is mostly useful for interactive sessions.
It is *not* intended that you try to parse the output
string.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned string, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="directory" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="ln" c:identifier="guestfs_session_ln" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">create a hard link

This command creates a hard link using the "ln" command.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="target" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="linkname" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="ln_f" c:identifier="guestfs_session_ln_f" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">create a hard link

This command creates a hard link using the "ln -f"
command. The *-f* option removes the link ("linkname")
if it exists already.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="target" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="linkname" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="ln_s" c:identifier="guestfs_session_ln_s" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">create a symbolic link

This command creates a symbolic link using the "ln -s"
command.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="target" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="linkname" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="ln_sf" c:identifier="guestfs_session_ln_sf" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">create a symbolic link

This command creates a symbolic link using the "ln -sf"
command, The *-f* option removes the link ("linkname")
if it exists already.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="target" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="linkname" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="lremovexattr"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_lremovexattr"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">remove extended attribute of a file or directory

This is the same as "guestfs_removexattr", but if "path"
is a symbolic link, then it removes an extended
attribute of the link itself.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="xattr" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="ls" c:identifier="guestfs_session_ls" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">list the files in a directory

List the files in "directory" (relative to the root
directory, there is no cwd). The '.' and '..' entries
are not returned, but hidden files are shown.

This command is mostly useful for interactive sessions.
Programs should probably use "guestfs_readdir" instead.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of returned strings, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="gchar**">
            <type name="utf8"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="directory" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="lsetxattr"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_lsetxattr"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">set extended attribute of a file or directory

This is the same as "guestfs_setxattr", but if "path" is
a symbolic link, then it sets an extended attribute of
the link itself.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="xattr" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="val" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="vallen" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="lstat" c:identifier="guestfs_session_lstat" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get file information for a symbolic link

Returns file information for the given "path".

This is the same as "guestfs_stat" except that if "path"
is a symbolic link, then the link is stat-ed, not the
file it refers to.

This is the same as the lstat(2) system call.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">a Stat object, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="Stat" c:type="GuestfsStat*"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="lstatlist"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_lstatlist"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">lstat on multiple files

This call allows you to perform the "guestfs_lstat"
operation on multiple files, where all files are in the
directory "path". "names" is the list of files from this
directory.

On return you get a list of stat structs, with a
one-to-one correspondence to the "names" list. If any
name did not exist or could not be lstat'd, then the
"ino" field of that structure is set to -1.

This call is intended for programs that want to
efficiently list a directory contents without making
many round-trips. See also "guestfs_lxattrlist" for a
similarly efficient call for getting extended
attributes. Very long directory listings might cause the
protocol message size to be exceeded, causing this call
to fail. The caller must split up such requests into
smaller groups of names.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of Stat objects, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="GuestfsStat**">
            <type name="Stat"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="names" transfer-ownership="none">
            <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of strings</doc>
            <array c:type="gchar**">
              <type name="utf8"/>
            </array>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="luks_add_key"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_luks_add_key"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">add a key on a LUKS encrypted device

This command adds a new key on LUKS device "device".
"key" is any existing key, and is used to access the
device. "newkey" is the new key to add. "keyslot" is the
key slot that will be replaced.

Note that if "keyslot" already contains a key, then this
command will fail. You have to use
"guestfs_luks_kill_slot" first to remove that key.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="key" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="newkey" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="keyslot" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="luks_close"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_luks_close"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">close a LUKS device

This closes a LUKS device that was created earlier by
"guestfs_luks_open" or "guestfs_luks_open_ro". The
"device" parameter must be the name of the LUKS mapping
device (ie. "/dev/mapper/mapname") and *not* the name of
the underlying block device.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="luks_format"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_luks_format"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">format a block device as a LUKS encrypted device

This command erases existing data on "device" and
formats the device as a LUKS encrypted device. "key" is
the initial key, which is added to key slot "slot".
(LUKS supports 8 key slots, numbered 0-7).</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="key" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="keyslot" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="luks_format_cipher"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_luks_format_cipher"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">format a block device as a LUKS encrypted device

This command is the same as "guestfs_luks_format" but it
also allows you to set the "cipher" used.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="key" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="keyslot" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="cipher" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="luks_kill_slot"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_luks_kill_slot"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">remove a key from a LUKS encrypted device

This command deletes the key in key slot "keyslot" from
the encrypted LUKS device "device". "key" must be one of
the *other* keys.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="key" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="keyslot" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="luks_open"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_luks_open"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">open a LUKS-encrypted block device

This command opens a block device which has been
encrypted according to the Linux Unified Key Setup
(LUKS) standard.

"device" is the encrypted block device or partition.

The caller must supply one of the keys associated with
the LUKS block device, in the "key" parameter.

This creates a new block device called
"/dev/mapper/mapname". Reads and writes to this block
device are decrypted from and encrypted to the
underlying "device" respectively.

If this block device contains LVM volume groups, then
calling "guestfs_vgscan" followed by
"guestfs_vg_activate_all" will make them visible.

Use "guestfs_list_dm_devices" to list all device mapper
devices.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="key" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="mapname" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="luks_open_ro"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_luks_open_ro"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">open a LUKS-encrypted block device read-only

This is the same as "guestfs_luks_open" except that a
read-only mapping is created.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="key" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="mapname" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="lvcreate"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_lvcreate"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">create an LVM logical volume

This creates an LVM logical volume called "logvol" on
the volume group "volgroup", with "size" megabytes.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="logvol" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="volgroup" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="mbytes" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="lvm_canonical_lv_name"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_lvm_canonical_lv_name"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get canonical name of an LV

This converts alternative naming schemes for LVs that
you might find to the canonical name. For example,
"/dev/mapper/VG-LV" is converted to "/dev/VG/LV".

This command returns an error if the "lvname" parameter
does not refer to a logical volume.

See also "guestfs_is_lv".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned string, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="lvname" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="lvm_clear_filter"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_lvm_clear_filter"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">clear LVM device filter

This undoes the effect of "guestfs_lvm_set_filter". LVM
will be able to see every block device.

This command also clears the LVM cache and performs a
volume group scan.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="lvm_remove_all"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_lvm_remove_all"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">remove all LVM LVs, VGs and PVs

This command removes all LVM logical volumes, volume
groups and physical volumes.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="lvm_set_filter"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_lvm_set_filter"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">set LVM device filter

This sets the LVM device filter so that LVM will only be
able to "see" the block devices in the list "devices",
and will ignore all other attached block devices.

Where disk image(s) contain duplicate PVs or VGs, this
command is useful to get LVM to ignore the duplicates,
otherwise LVM can get confused. Note also there are two
types of duplication possible: either cloned PVs/VGs
which have identical UUIDs; or VGs that are not cloned
but just happen to have the same name. In normal
operation you cannot create this situation, but you can
do it outside LVM, eg. by cloning disk images or by bit
twiddling inside the LVM metadata.

This command also clears the LVM cache and performs a
volume group scan.

You can filter whole block devices or individual
partitions.

You cannot use this if any VG is currently in use (eg.
contains a mounted filesystem), even if you are not
filtering out that VG.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="devices" transfer-ownership="none">
            <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of strings</doc>
            <array c:type="gchar**">
              <type name="filename"/>
            </array>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="lvremove"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_lvremove"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">remove an LVM logical volume

Remove an LVM logical volume "device", where "device" is
the path to the LV, such as "/dev/VG/LV".

You can also remove all LVs in a volume group by
specifying the VG name, "/dev/VG".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="lvrename"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_lvrename"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">rename an LVM logical volume

Rename a logical volume "logvol" with the new name
"newlogvol".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="logvol" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="newlogvol" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="lvresize"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_lvresize"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">resize an LVM logical volume

This resizes (expands or shrinks) an existing LVM
logical volume to "mbytes". When reducing, data in the
reduced part is lost.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="mbytes" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="lvresize_free"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_lvresize_free"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">expand an LV to fill free space

This expands an existing logical volume "lv" so that it
fills "pc"% of the remaining free space in the volume
group. Commonly you would call this with pc = 100 which
expands the logical volume as much as possible, using
all remaining free space in the volume group.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="lv" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="percent" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="lvs" c:identifier="guestfs_session_lvs" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">list the LVM logical volumes (LVs)

List all the logical volumes detected. This is the
equivalent of the lvs(8) command.

This returns a list of the logical volume device names
(eg. "/dev/VolGroup00/LogVol00").

See also "guestfs_lvs_full", "guestfs_list_filesystems".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of returned strings, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="gchar**">
            <type name="utf8"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="lvs_full"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_lvs_full"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">list the LVM logical volumes (LVs)

List all the logical volumes detected. This is the
equivalent of the lvs(8) command. The "full" version
includes all fields.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of LV objects, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="GuestfsLV**">
            <type name="LV"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="lvuuid" c:identifier="guestfs_session_lvuuid" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get the UUID of a logical volume

This command returns the UUID of the LVM LV "device".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned string, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="lxattrlist"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_lxattrlist"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">lgetxattr on multiple files

This call allows you to get the extended attributes of
multiple files, where all files are in the directory
"path". "names" is the list of files from this
directory.

On return you get a flat list of xattr structs which
must be interpreted sequentially. The first xattr struct
always has a zero-length "attrname". "attrval" in this
struct is zero-length to indicate there was an error
doing "lgetxattr" for this file, *or* is a C string
which is a decimal number (the number of following
attributes for this file, which could be "0"). Then
after the first xattr struct are the zero or more
attributes for the first named file. This repeats for
the second and subsequent files.

This call is intended for programs that want to
efficiently list a directory contents without making
many round-trips. See also "guestfs_lstatlist" for a
similarly efficient call for getting standard stats.
Very long directory listings might cause the protocol
message size to be exceeded, causing this call to fail.
The caller must split up such requests into smaller
groups of names.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of XAttr objects, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="GuestfsXAttr**">
            <type name="XAttr"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="names" transfer-ownership="none">
            <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of strings</doc>
            <array c:type="gchar**">
              <type name="utf8"/>
            </array>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="md_create"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_md_create"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">create a Linux md (RAID) device

Create a Linux md (RAID) device named "name" on the
devices in the list "devices".

The optional parameters are:

"missingbitmap"
A bitmap of missing devices. If a bit is set it
means that a missing device is added to the array.
The least significant bit corresponds to the first
device in the array.

As examples:

If "devices = ["/dev/sda"]" and "missingbitmap =
0x1" then the resulting array would be "[&lt;missing&gt;,
"/dev/sda"]".

If "devices = ["/dev/sda"]" and "missingbitmap =
0x2" then the resulting array would be "["/dev/sda",
&lt;missing&gt;]".

This defaults to 0 (no missing devices).

The length of "devices" + the number of bits set in
"missingbitmap" must equal "nrdevices" + "spare".

"nrdevices"
The number of active RAID devices.

If not set, this defaults to the length of "devices"
plus the number of bits set in "missingbitmap".

"spare"
The number of spare devices.

If not set, this defaults to 0.

"chunk"
The chunk size in bytes.

"level"
The RAID level, which can be one of: *linear*,
*raid0*, *0*, *stripe*, *raid1*, *1*, *mirror*,
*raid4*, *4*, *raid5*, *5*, *raid6*, *6*, *raid10*,
*10*. Some of these are synonymous, and more levels
may be added in future.

If not set, this defaults to "raid1".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="name" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="devices" transfer-ownership="none">
            <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of strings</doc>
            <array c:type="gchar**">
              <type name="filename"/>
            </array>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="optargs" transfer-ownership="none" allow-none="1">
            <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">a GuestfsMDCreate containing optional arguments</doc>
            <type name="MDCreate" c:type="GuestfsMDCreate*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="md_detail"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_md_detail"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">obtain metadata for an MD device

This command exposes the output of 'mdadm -DY &lt;md&gt;'. The
following fields are usually present in the returned
hash. Other fields may also be present.

"level"
The raid level of the MD device.

"devices"
The number of underlying devices in the MD device.

"metadata"
The metadata version used.

"uuid"
The UUID of the MD device.

"name"
The name of the MD device.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">a GHashTable of results, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="GLib.HashTable" c:type="GHashTable*">
            <type name="utf8"/>
            <type name="utf8"/>
          </type>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="md" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="md_stop" c:identifier="guestfs_session_md_stop" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">stop a Linux md (RAID) device

This command deactivates the MD array named "md". The
device is stopped, but it is not destroyed or zeroed.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="md" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="mkdir" c:identifier="guestfs_session_mkdir" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">create a directory

Create a directory named "path".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="mkdir_mode"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_mkdir_mode"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">create a directory with a particular mode

This command creates a directory, setting the initial
permissions of the directory to "mode".

For common Linux filesystems, the actual mode which is
set will be "mode &amp; ~umask &amp; 01777". Non-native-Linux
filesystems may interpret the mode in other ways.

See also "guestfs_mkdir", "guestfs_umask"</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="mode" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="mkdir_p" c:identifier="guestfs_session_mkdir_p" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">create a directory and parents

Create a directory named "path", creating any parent
directories as necessary. This is like the "mkdir -p"
shell command.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="mkdtemp" c:identifier="guestfs_session_mkdtemp" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">create a temporary directory

This command creates a temporary directory. The
"template" parameter should be a full pathname for the
temporary directory name with the final six characters
being "XXXXXX".

For example: "/tmp/myprogXXXXXX" or
"/Temp/myprogXXXXXX", the second one being suitable for
Windows filesystems.

The name of the temporary directory that was created is
returned.

The temporary directory is created with mode 0700 and is
owned by root.

The caller is responsible for deleting the temporary
directory and its contents after use.

See also: mkdtemp(3)</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned string, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="template" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="mke2fs_J"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_mke2fs_J"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">make ext2/3/4 filesystem with external journal

This creates an ext2/3/4 filesystem on "device" with an
external journal on "journal". It is equivalent to the
command:

mke2fs -t fstype -b blocksize -J device=&lt;journal&gt; &lt;device&gt;

See also "guestfs_mke2journal".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="fstype" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="blocksize" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="journal" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="mke2fs_JL"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_mke2fs_JL"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">make ext2/3/4 filesystem with external journal

This creates an ext2/3/4 filesystem on "device" with an
external journal on the journal labeled "label".

See also "guestfs_mke2journal_L".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="fstype" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="blocksize" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="label" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="mke2fs_JU"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_mke2fs_JU"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">make ext2/3/4 filesystem with external journal

This creates an ext2/3/4 filesystem on "device" with an
external journal on the journal with UUID "uuid".

See also "guestfs_mke2journal_U".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="fstype" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="blocksize" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="uuid" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="mke2journal"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_mke2journal"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">make ext2/3/4 external journal

This creates an ext2 external journal on "device". It is
equivalent to the command:

mke2fs -O journal_dev -b blocksize device</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="blocksize" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="mke2journal_L"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_mke2journal_L"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">make ext2/3/4 external journal with label

This creates an ext2 external journal on "device" with
label "label".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="blocksize" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="label" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="mke2journal_U"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_mke2journal_U"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">make ext2/3/4 external journal with UUID

This creates an ext2 external journal on "device" with
UUID "uuid".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="blocksize" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="uuid" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="mkfifo" c:identifier="guestfs_session_mkfifo" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">make FIFO (named pipe)

This call creates a FIFO (named pipe) called "path" with
mode "mode". It is just a convenient wrapper around
"guestfs_mknod".

The mode actually set is affected by the umask.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="mode" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="mkfs" c:identifier="guestfs_session_mkfs" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">make a filesystem

This creates a filesystem on "device" (usually a
partition or LVM logical volume). The filesystem type is
"fstype", for example "ext3".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="fstype" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="mkfs_b" c:identifier="guestfs_session_mkfs_b" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">make a filesystem with block size

This call is similar to "guestfs_mkfs", but it allows
you to control the block size of the resulting
filesystem. Supported block sizes depend on the
filesystem type, but typically they are 1024, 2048 or
4096 only.

For VFAT and NTFS the "blocksize" parameter is treated
as the requested cluster size.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="fstype" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="blocksize" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="mkfs_opts"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_mkfs_opts"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">make a filesystem

This function creates a filesystem on "device". The
filesystem type is "fstype", for example "ext3".

The optional arguments are:

"blocksize"
The filesystem block size. Supported block sizes
depend on the filesystem type, but typically they
are 1024, 2048 or 4096 for Linux ext2/3 filesystems.

For VFAT and NTFS the "blocksize" parameter is
treated as the requested cluster size.

For UFS block sizes, please see mkfs.ufs(8).

"features"
This passes the *-O* parameter to the external mkfs
program.

For certain filesystem types, this allows extra
filesystem features to be selected. See mke2fs(8)
and mkfs.ufs(8) for more details.

You cannot use this optional parameter with the
"gfs" or "gfs2" filesystem type.

"inode"
This passes the *-I* parameter to the external
mke2fs(8) program which sets the inode size (only
for ext2/3/4 filesystems at present).

"sectorsize"
This passes the *-S* parameter to external
mkfs.ufs(8) program, which sets sector size for ufs
filesystem.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="fstype" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="optargs" transfer-ownership="none" allow-none="1">
            <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">a GuestfsMkfsOpts containing optional arguments</doc>
            <type name="MkfsOpts" c:type="GuestfsMkfsOpts*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="mkmountpoint"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_mkmountpoint"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">create a mountpoint

"guestfs_mkmountpoint" and "guestfs_rmmountpoint" are
specialized calls that can be used to create extra
mountpoints before mounting the first filesystem.

These calls are *only* necessary in some very limited
circumstances, mainly the case where you want to mount a
mix of unrelated and/or read-only filesystems together.

For example, live CDs often contain a "Russian doll"
nest of filesystems, an ISO outer layer, with a squashfs
image inside, with an ext2/3 image inside that. You can
unpack this as follows in guestfish:

add-ro Fedora-11-i686-Live.iso
run
mkmountpoint /cd
mkmountpoint /sqsh
mkmountpoint /ext3fs
mount /dev/sda /cd
mount-loop /cd/LiveOS/squashfs.img /sqsh
mount-loop /sqsh/LiveOS/ext3fs.img /ext3fs

The inner filesystem is now unpacked under the /ext3fs
mountpoint.

"guestfs_mkmountpoint" is not compatible with
"guestfs_umount_all". You may get unexpected errors if
you try to mix these calls. It is safest to manually
unmount filesystems and remove mountpoints after use.

"guestfs_umount_all" unmounts filesystems by sorting the
paths longest first, so for this to work for manual
mountpoints, you must ensure that the innermost
mountpoints have the longest pathnames, as in the
example code above.

For more details see
&lt;https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=599503&gt;

Autosync [see "guestfs_set_autosync", this is set by
default on handles] can cause "guestfs_umount_all" to be
called when the handle is closed which can also trigger
these issues.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="exemptpath" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="mknod" c:identifier="guestfs_session_mknod" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">make block, character or FIFO devices

This call creates block or character special devices, or
named pipes (FIFOs).

The "mode" parameter should be the mode, using the
standard constants. "devmajor" and "devminor" are the
device major and minor numbers, only used when creating
block and character special devices.

Note that, just like mknod(2), the mode must be bitwise
OR'd with S_IFBLK, S_IFCHR, S_IFIFO or S_IFSOCK
(otherwise this call just creates a regular file). These
constants are available in the standard Linux header
files, or you can use "guestfs_mknod_b",
"guestfs_mknod_c" or "guestfs_mkfifo" which are wrappers
around this command which bitwise OR in the appropriate
constant for you.

The mode actually set is affected by the umask.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="mode" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="devmajor" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="devminor" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="mknod_b" c:identifier="guestfs_session_mknod_b" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">make block device node

This call creates a block device node called "path" with
mode "mode" and device major/minor "devmajor" and
"devminor". It is just a convenient wrapper around
"guestfs_mknod".

The mode actually set is affected by the umask.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="mode" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="devmajor" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="devminor" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="mknod_c" c:identifier="guestfs_session_mknod_c" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">make char device node

This call creates a char device node called "path" with
mode "mode" and device major/minor "devmajor" and
"devminor". It is just a convenient wrapper around
"guestfs_mknod".

The mode actually set is affected by the umask.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="mode" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="devmajor" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="devminor" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="mkswap" c:identifier="guestfs_session_mkswap" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">create a swap partition

Create a swap partition on "device".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="mkswap_L"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_mkswap_L"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">create a swap partition with a label

Create a swap partition on "device" with label "label".

Note that you cannot attach a swap label to a block
device (eg. "/dev/sda"), just to a partition. This
appears to be a limitation of the kernel or swap tools.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="label" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="mkswap_U"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_mkswap_U"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">create a swap partition with an explicit UUID

Create a swap partition on "device" with UUID "uuid".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="uuid" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="mkswap_file"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_mkswap_file"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">create a swap file

Create a swap file.

This command just writes a swap file signature to an
existing file. To create the file itself, use something
like "guestfs_fallocate".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="modprobe"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_modprobe"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">load a kernel module

This loads a kernel module in the appliance.

The kernel module must have been whitelisted when
libguestfs was built (see "appliance/kmod.whitelist.in"
in the source).</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="modulename" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="mount" c:identifier="guestfs_session_mount" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">mount a guest disk at a position in the filesystem

Mount a guest disk at a position in the filesystem.
Block devices are named "/dev/sda", "/dev/sdb" and so
on, as they were added to the guest. If those block
devices contain partitions, they will have the usual
names (eg. "/dev/sda1"). Also LVM "/dev/VG/LV"-style
names can be used.

The rules are the same as for mount(2): A filesystem
must first be mounted on "/" before others can be
mounted. Other filesystems can only be mounted on
directories which already exist.

The mounted filesystem is writable, if we have
sufficient permissions on the underlying device.

Before libguestfs 1.13.16, this call implicitly added
the options "sync" and "noatime". The "sync" option
greatly slowed writes and caused many problems for
users. If your program might need to work with older
versions of libguestfs, use "guestfs_mount_options"
instead (using an empty string for the first parameter
if you don't want any options).</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="mountpoint" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="mount_9p"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_mount_9p"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">mount 9p filesystem

Mount the virtio-9p filesystem with the tag "mounttag"
on the directory "mountpoint".

If required, "trans=virtio" will be automatically added
to the options. Any other options required can be passed
in the optional "options" parameter.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="mounttag" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="mountpoint" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="optargs" transfer-ownership="none" allow-none="1">
            <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">a GuestfsMount9P containing optional arguments</doc>
            <type name="Mount9P" c:type="GuestfsMount9P*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="mount_loop"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_mount_loop"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">mount a file using the loop device

This command lets you mount "file" (a filesystem image
in a file) on a mount point. It is entirely equivalent
to the command "mount -o loop file mountpoint".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="file" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="mountpoint" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="mount_options"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_mount_options"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">mount a guest disk with mount options

This is the same as the "guestfs_mount" command, but it
allows you to set the mount options as for the mount(8)
*-o* flag.

If the "options" parameter is an empty string, then no
options are passed (all options default to whatever the
filesystem uses).</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="options" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="mountpoint" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="mount_ro"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_mount_ro"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">mount a guest disk, read-only

This is the same as the "guestfs_mount" command, but it
mounts the filesystem with the read-only (*-o ro*) flag.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="mountpoint" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="mount_vfs"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_mount_vfs"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">mount a guest disk with mount options and vfstype

This is the same as the "guestfs_mount" command, but it
allows you to set both the mount options and the vfstype
as for the mount(8) *-o* and *-t* flags.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="options" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="vfstype" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="mountpoint" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="mountpoints"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_mountpoints"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">show mountpoints

This call is similar to "guestfs_mounts". That call
returns a list of devices. This one returns a hash table
(map) of device name to directory where the device is
mounted.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">a GHashTable of results, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="GLib.HashTable" c:type="GHashTable*">
            <type name="utf8"/>
            <type name="utf8"/>
          </type>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="mounts" c:identifier="guestfs_session_mounts" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">show mounted filesystems

This returns the list of currently mounted filesystems.
It returns the list of devices (eg. "/dev/sda1",
"/dev/VG/LV").

Some internal mounts are not shown.

See also: "guestfs_mountpoints"</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of returned strings, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="gchar**">
            <type name="utf8"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="mv" c:identifier="guestfs_session_mv" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">move a file

This moves a file from "src" to "dest" where "dest" is
either a destination filename or destination directory.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="src" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="dest" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="ntfs_3g_probe"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_ntfs_3g_probe"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">probe NTFS volume

This command runs the ntfs-3g.probe(8) command which
probes an NTFS "device" for mountability. (Not all NTFS
volumes can be mounted read-write, and some cannot be
mounted at all).

"rw" is a boolean flag. Set it to true if you want to
test if the volume can be mounted read-write. Set it to
false if you want to test if the volume can be mounted
read-only.

The return value is an integer which 0 if the operation
would succeed, or some non-zero value documented in the
ntfs-3g.probe(8) manual page.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="rw" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="ntfsresize"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_ntfsresize"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">resize an NTFS filesystem

This command resizes an NTFS filesystem, expanding or
shrinking it to the size of the underlying device.

*Note:* After the resize operation, the filesystem is
marked as requiring a consistency check (for safety).
You have to boot into Windows to perform this check and
clear this condition. Furthermore, ntfsresize refuses to
resize filesystems which have been marked in this way.
So in effect it is not possible to call ntfsresize
multiple times on a single filesystem without booting
into Windows between each resize.

See also ntfsresize(8).</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="ntfsresize_opts"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_ntfsresize_opts"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">resize an NTFS filesystem

This command resizes an NTFS filesystem, expanding or
shrinking it to the size of the underlying device.

The optional parameters are:

"size"
The new size (in bytes) of the filesystem. If
omitted, the filesystem is resized to fit the
container (eg. partition).

"force"
If this option is true, then force the resize of the
filesystem even if the filesystem is marked as
requiring a consistency check.

After the resize operation, the filesystem is always
marked as requiring a consistency check (for
safety). You have to boot into Windows to perform
this check and clear this condition. If you *don't*
set the "force" option then it is not possible to
call "guestfs_ntfsresize_opts" multiple times on a
single filesystem without booting into Windows
between each resize.

See also ntfsresize(8).</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="optargs" transfer-ownership="none" allow-none="1">
            <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">a GuestfsNTFSResizeOpts containing optional arguments</doc>
            <type name="NTFSResizeOpts" c:type="GuestfsNTFSResizeOpts*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="ntfsresize_size"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_ntfsresize_size"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">resize an NTFS filesystem (with size)

This command is the same as "guestfs_ntfsresize" except
that it allows you to specify the new size (in bytes)
explicitly.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="size" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="part_add"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_part_add"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">add a partition to the device

This command adds a partition to "device". If there is
no partition table on the device, call
"guestfs_part_init" first.

The "prlogex" parameter is the type of partition.
Normally you should pass "p" or "primary" here, but MBR
partition tables also support "l" (or "logical") and "e"
(or "extended") partition types.

"startsect" and "endsect" are the start and end of the
partition in *sectors*. "endsect" may be negative, which
means it counts backwards from the end of the disk (-1
is the last sector).

Creating a partition which covers the whole disk is not
so easy. Use "guestfs_part_disk" to do that.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="prlogex" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="startsect" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="endsect" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="part_del"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_part_del"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">delete a partition

This command deletes the partition numbered "partnum" on
"device".

Note that in the case of MBR partitioning, deleting an
extended partition also deletes any logical partitions
it contains.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="partnum" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="part_disk"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_part_disk"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">partition whole disk with a single primary partition

This command is simply a combination of
"guestfs_part_init" followed by "guestfs_part_add" to
create a single primary partition covering the whole
disk.

"parttype" is the partition table type, usually "mbr" or
"gpt", but other possible values are described in
"guestfs_part_init".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="parttype" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="part_get_bootable"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_part_get_bootable"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">return true if a partition is bootable

This command returns true if the partition "partnum" on
"device" has the bootable flag set.

See also "guestfs_part_set_bootable".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint8" c:type="gint8"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="partnum" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="part_get_mbr_id"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_part_get_mbr_id"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get the MBR type byte (ID byte) from a partition

Returns the MBR type byte (also known as the ID byte)
from the numbered partition "partnum".

Note that only MBR (old DOS-style) partitions have type
bytes. You will get undefined results for other
partition table types (see "guestfs_part_get_parttype").</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="partnum" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="part_get_parttype"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_part_get_parttype"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get the partition table type

This command examines the partition table on "device"
and returns the partition table type (format) being
used.

Common return values include: "msdos" (a DOS/Windows
style MBR partition table), "gpt" (a GPT/EFI-style
partition table). Other values are possible, although
unusual. See "guestfs_part_init" for a full list.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned string, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="part_init"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_part_init"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">create an empty partition table

This creates an empty partition table on "device" of one
of the partition types listed below. Usually "parttype"
should be either "msdos" or "gpt" (for large disks).

Initially there are no partitions. Following this, you
should call "guestfs_part_add" for each partition
required.

Possible values for "parttype" are:

efi
gpt Intel EFI / GPT partition table.

This is recommended for &gt;= 2 TB partitions that will
be accessed from Linux and Intel-based Mac OS X. It
also has limited backwards compatibility with the
"mbr" format.

mbr
msdos
The standard PC "Master Boot Record" (MBR) format
used by MS-DOS and Windows. This partition type will
only work for device sizes up to 2 TB. For large
disks we recommend using "gpt".

Other partition table types that may work but are not
supported include:

aix AIX disk labels.

amiga
rdb Amiga "Rigid Disk Block" format.

bsd BSD disk labels.

dasd
DASD, used on IBM mainframes.

dvh MIPS/SGI volumes.

mac Old Mac partition format. Modern Macs use "gpt".

pc98
NEC PC-98 format, common in Japan apparently.

sun Sun disk labels.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="parttype" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="part_list"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_part_list"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">list partitions on a device

This command parses the partition table on "device" and
returns the list of partitions found.

The fields in the returned structure are:

part_num
Partition number, counting from 1.

part_start
Start of the partition *in bytes*. To get sectors
you have to divide by the device's sector size, see
"guestfs_blockdev_getss".

part_end
End of the partition in bytes.

part_size
Size of the partition in bytes.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of Partition objects, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="GuestfsPartition**">
            <type name="Partition"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="part_set_bootable"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_part_set_bootable"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">make a partition bootable

This sets the bootable flag on partition numbered
"partnum" on device "device". Note that partitions are
numbered from 1.

The bootable flag is used by some operating systems
(notably Windows) to determine which partition to boot
from. It is by no means universally recognized.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="partnum" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="bootable" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="part_set_mbr_id"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_part_set_mbr_id"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">set the MBR type byte (ID byte) of a partition

Sets the MBR type byte (also known as the ID byte) of
the numbered partition "partnum" to "idbyte". Note that
the type bytes quoted in most documentation are in fact
hexadecimal numbers, but usually documented without any
leading "0x" which might be confusing.

Note that only MBR (old DOS-style) partitions have type
bytes. You will get undefined results for other
partition table types (see "guestfs_part_get_parttype").</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="partnum" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="idbyte" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="part_set_name"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_part_set_name"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">set partition name

This sets the partition name on partition numbered
"partnum" on device "device". Note that partitions are
numbered from 1.

The partition name can only be set on certain types of
partition table. This works on "gpt" but not on "mbr"
partitions.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="partnum" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="name" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="part_to_dev"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_part_to_dev"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">convert partition name to device name

This function takes a partition name (eg. "/dev/sdb1")
and removes the partition number, returning the device
name (eg. "/dev/sdb").

The named partition must exist, for example as a string
returned from "guestfs_list_partitions".

See also "guestfs_part_to_partnum".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned string, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="partition" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="part_to_partnum"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_part_to_partnum"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">convert partition name to partition number

This function takes a partition name (eg. "/dev/sdb1")
and returns the partition number (eg. 1).

The named partition must exist, for example as a string
returned from "guestfs_list_partitions".

See also "guestfs_part_to_dev".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="partition" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="ping_daemon"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_ping_daemon"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">ping the guest daemon

This is a test probe into the guestfs daemon running
inside the qemu subprocess. Calling this function checks
that the daemon responds to the ping message, without
affecting the daemon or attached block device(s) in any
other way.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="pread" c:identifier="guestfs_session_pread" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">read part of a file

This command lets you read part of a file. It reads
"count" bytes of the file, starting at "offset", from
file "path".

This may read fewer bytes than requested. For further
details see the pread(2) system call.

See also "guestfs_pwrite", "guestfs_pread_device".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of binary data, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array length="3" zero-terminated="0" c:type="guint8*">
            <type name="guint8"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="count" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="offset" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="size_r"
                     direction="out"
                     caller-allocates="0"
                     transfer-ownership="full">
            <type name="gsize" c:type="gsize*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="pread_device"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_pread_device"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">read part of a device

This command lets you read part of a file. It reads
"count" bytes of "device", starting at "offset".

This may read fewer bytes than requested. For further
details see the pread(2) system call.

See also "guestfs_pread".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of binary data, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array length="3" zero-terminated="0" c:type="guint8*">
            <type name="guint8"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="count" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="offset" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="size_r"
                     direction="out"
                     caller-allocates="0"
                     transfer-ownership="full">
            <type name="gsize" c:type="gsize*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="pvcreate"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_pvcreate"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">create an LVM physical volume

This creates an LVM physical volume on the named
"device", where "device" should usually be a partition
name such as "/dev/sda1".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="pvremove"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_pvremove"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">remove an LVM physical volume

This wipes a physical volume "device" so that LVM will
no longer recognise it.

The implementation uses the "pvremove" command which
refuses to wipe physical volumes that contain any volume
groups, so you have to remove those first.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="pvresize"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_pvresize"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">resize an LVM physical volume

This resizes (expands or shrinks) an existing LVM
physical volume to match the new size of the underlying
device.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="pvresize_size"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_pvresize_size"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">resize an LVM physical volume (with size)

This command is the same as "guestfs_pvresize" except
that it allows you to specify the new size (in bytes)
explicitly.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="size" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="pvs" c:identifier="guestfs_session_pvs" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">list the LVM physical volumes (PVs)

List all the physical volumes detected. This is the
equivalent of the pvs(8) command.

This returns a list of just the device names that
contain PVs (eg. "/dev/sda2").

See also "guestfs_pvs_full".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of returned strings, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="gchar**">
            <type name="utf8"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="pvs_full"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_pvs_full"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">list the LVM physical volumes (PVs)

List all the physical volumes detected. This is the
equivalent of the pvs(8) command. The "full" version
includes all fields.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of PV objects, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="GuestfsPV**">
            <type name="PV"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="pvuuid" c:identifier="guestfs_session_pvuuid" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get the UUID of a physical volume

This command returns the UUID of the LVM PV "device".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned string, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="pwrite" c:identifier="guestfs_session_pwrite" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">write to part of a file

This command writes to part of a file. It writes the
data buffer "content" to the file "path" starting at
offset "offset".

This command implements the pwrite(2) system call, and
like that system call it may not write the full data
requested. The return value is the number of bytes that
were actually written to the file. This could even be 0,
although short writes are unlikely for regular files in
ordinary circumstances.

See also "guestfs_pread", "guestfs_pwrite_device".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="content" transfer-ownership="none">
            <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of binary data</doc>
            <array length="2" zero-terminated="0" c:type="guint8*">
              <type name="guint8"/>
            </array>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="content_size" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gsize" c:type="gsize"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="offset" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="pwrite_device"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_pwrite_device"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">write to part of a device

This command writes to part of a device. It writes the
data buffer "content" to "device" starting at offset
"offset".

This command implements the pwrite(2) system call, and
like that system call it may not write the full data
requested (although short writes to disk devices and
partitions are probably impossible with standard Linux
kernels).

See also "guestfs_pwrite".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="content" transfer-ownership="none">
            <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of binary data</doc>
            <array length="2" zero-terminated="0" c:type="guint8*">
              <type name="guint8"/>
            </array>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="content_size" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gsize" c:type="gsize"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="offset" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="read_file"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_read_file"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">read a file

This calls returns the contents of the file "path" as a
buffer.

Unlike "guestfs_cat", this function can correctly handle
files that contain embedded ASCII NUL characters.
However unlike "guestfs_download", this function is
limited in the total size of file that can be handled.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of binary data, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array length="1" zero-terminated="0" c:type="guint8*">
            <type name="guint8"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="size_r"
                     direction="out"
                     caller-allocates="0"
                     transfer-ownership="full">
            <type name="gsize" c:type="gsize*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="read_lines"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_read_lines"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">read file as lines

Return the contents of the file named "path".

The file contents are returned as a list of lines.
Trailing "LF" and "CRLF" character sequences are *not*
returned.

Note that this function cannot correctly handle binary
files (specifically, files containing "\0" character
which is treated as end of line). For those you need to
use the "guestfs_read_file" function which has a more
complex interface.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of returned strings, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="gchar**">
            <type name="utf8"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="readdir" c:identifier="guestfs_session_readdir" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">read directories entries

This returns the list of directory entries in directory
"dir".

All entries in the directory are returned, including "."
and "..". The entries are *not* sorted, but returned in
the same order as the underlying filesystem.

Also this call returns basic file type information about
each file. The "ftyp" field will contain one of the
following characters:

'b' Block special

'c' Char special

'd' Directory

'f' FIFO (named pipe)

'l' Symbolic link

'r' Regular file

's' Socket

'u' Unknown file type

'?' The readdir(3) call returned a "d_type" field with
an unexpected value

This function is primarily intended for use by programs.
To get a simple list of names, use "guestfs_ls". To get
a printable directory for human consumption, use
"guestfs_ll".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of Dirent objects, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="GuestfsDirent**">
            <type name="Dirent"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="dir" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="readlink"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_readlink"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">read the target of a symbolic link

This command reads the target of a symbolic link.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned string, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="readlinklist"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_readlinklist"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">readlink on multiple files

This call allows you to do a "readlink" operation on
multiple files, where all files are in the directory
"path". "names" is the list of files from this
directory.

On return you get a list of strings, with a one-to-one
correspondence to the "names" list. Each string is the
value of the symbolic link.

If the readlink(2) operation fails on any name, then the
corresponding result string is the empty string "".
However the whole operation is completed even if there
were readlink(2) errors, and so you can call this
function with names where you don't know if they are
symbolic links already (albeit slightly less efficient).

This call is intended for programs that want to
efficiently list a directory contents without making
many round-trips. Very long directory listings might
cause the protocol message size to be exceeded, causing
this call to fail. The caller must split up such
requests into smaller groups of names.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of returned strings, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="gchar**">
            <type name="utf8"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="names" transfer-ownership="none">
            <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of strings</doc>
            <array c:type="gchar**">
              <type name="utf8"/>
            </array>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="realpath"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_realpath"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">canonicalized absolute pathname

Return the canonicalized absolute pathname of "path".
The returned path has no ".", ".." or symbolic link path
elements.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned string, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="removexattr"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_removexattr"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">remove extended attribute of a file or directory

This call removes the extended attribute named "xattr"
of the file "path".

See also: "guestfs_lremovexattr", attr(5).</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="xattr" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="resize2fs"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_resize2fs"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">resize an ext2, ext3 or ext4 filesystem

This resizes an ext2, ext3 or ext4 filesystem to match
the size of the underlying device.

*Note:* It is sometimes required that you run
"guestfs_e2fsck_f" on the "device" before calling this
command. For unknown reasons "resize2fs" sometimes gives
an error about this and sometimes not. In any case, it
is always safe to call "guestfs_e2fsck_f" before calling
this function.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="resize2fs_M"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_resize2fs_M"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">resize an ext2, ext3 or ext4 filesystem to the minimum size

This command is the same as "guestfs_resize2fs", but the
filesystem is resized to its minimum size. This works
like the *-M* option to the "resize2fs" command.

To get the resulting size of the filesystem you should
call "guestfs_tune2fs_l" and read the "Block size" and
"Block count" values. These two numbers, multiplied
together, give the resulting size of the minimal
filesystem in bytes.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="resize2fs_size"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_resize2fs_size"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">resize an ext2, ext3 or ext4 filesystem (with size)

This command is the same as "guestfs_resize2fs" except
that it allows you to specify the new size (in bytes)
explicitly.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="size" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="rm" c:identifier="guestfs_session_rm" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">remove a file

Remove the single file "path".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="rm_rf" c:identifier="guestfs_session_rm_rf" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">remove a file or directory recursively

Remove the file or directory "path", recursively
removing the contents if its a directory. This is like
the "rm -rf" shell command.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="rmdir" c:identifier="guestfs_session_rmdir" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">remove a directory

Remove the single directory "path".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="rmmountpoint"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_rmmountpoint"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">remove a mountpoint

This calls removes a mountpoint that was previously
created with "guestfs_mkmountpoint". See
"guestfs_mkmountpoint" for full details.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="exemptpath" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="scrub_device"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_scrub_device"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">scrub (securely wipe) a device

This command writes patterns over "device" to make data
retrieval more difficult.

It is an interface to the scrub(1) program. See that
manual page for more details.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="scrub_file"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_scrub_file"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">scrub (securely wipe) a file

This command writes patterns over a file to make data
retrieval more difficult.

The file is *removed* after scrubbing.

It is an interface to the scrub(1) program. See that
manual page for more details.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="file" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="scrub_freespace"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_scrub_freespace"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">scrub (securely wipe) free space

This command creates the directory "dir" and then fills
it with files until the filesystem is full, and scrubs
the files as for "guestfs_scrub_file", and deletes them.
The intention is to scrub any free space on the
partition containing "dir".

It is an interface to the scrub(1) program. See that
manual page for more details.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="dir" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="set_append"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_set_append"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">add options to kernel command line

This function is used to add additional options to the
guest kernel command line.

The default is "NULL" unless overridden by setting
"LIBGUESTFS_APPEND" environment variable.

Setting "append" to "NULL" means *no* additional options
are passed (libguestfs always adds a few of its own).</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="append" transfer-ownership="none" allow-none="1">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="set_attach_method"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_set_attach_method"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">set the attach method

Set the method that libguestfs uses to connect to the
back end guestfsd daemon. Possible methods are:

"appliance"
Launch an appliance and connect to it. This is the
ordinary method and the default.

"unix:*path*"
Connect to the Unix domain socket *path*.

This method lets you connect to an existing daemon
or (using virtio-serial) to a live guest. For more
information, see "ATTACHING TO RUNNING DAEMONS" in
guestfs(3).</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="attachmethod" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="set_autosync"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_set_autosync"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">set autosync mode

If "autosync" is true, this enables autosync. Libguestfs
will make a best effort attempt to make filesystems
consistent and synchronized when the handle is closed
(also if the program exits without closing handles).

This is enabled by default (since libguestfs 1.5.24,
previously it was disabled by default).</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="autosync" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="set_direct"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_set_direct"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">enable or disable direct appliance mode

If the direct appliance mode flag is enabled, then stdin
and stdout are passed directly through to the appliance
once it is launched.

One consequence of this is that log messages aren't
caught by the library and handled by
"guestfs_set_log_message_callback", but go straight to
stdout.

You probably don't want to use this unless you know what
you are doing.

The default is disabled.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="direct" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="set_e2label"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_set_e2label"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">set the ext2/3/4 filesystem label

This sets the ext2/3/4 filesystem label of the
filesystem on "device" to "label". Filesystem labels are
limited to 16 characters.

You can use either "guestfs_tune2fs_l" or
"guestfs_get_e2label" to return the existing label on a
filesystem.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="label" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="set_e2uuid"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_set_e2uuid"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">set the ext2/3/4 filesystem UUID

This sets the ext2/3/4 filesystem UUID of the filesystem
on "device" to "uuid". The format of the UUID and
alternatives such as "clear", "random" and "time" are
described in the tune2fs(8) manpage.

You can use either "guestfs_tune2fs_l" or
"guestfs_get_e2uuid" to return the existing UUID of a
filesystem.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="uuid" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="set_memsize"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_set_memsize"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">set memory allocated to the qemu subprocess

This sets the memory size in megabytes allocated to the
qemu subprocess. This only has any effect if called
before "guestfs_launch".

You can also change this by setting the environment
variable "LIBGUESTFS_MEMSIZE" before the handle is
created.

For more information on the architecture of libguestfs,
see guestfs(3).</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="memsize" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="set_network"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_set_network"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">set enable network flag

If "network" is true, then the network is enabled in the
libguestfs appliance. The default is false.

This affects whether commands are able to access the
network (see "RUNNING COMMANDS" in guestfs(3)).

You must call this before calling "guestfs_launch",
otherwise it has no effect.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="network" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="set_path"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_set_path"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">set the search path

Set the path that libguestfs searches for kernel and
initrd.img.

The default is "$libdir/guestfs" unless overridden by
setting "LIBGUESTFS_PATH" environment variable.

Setting "path" to "NULL" restores the default path.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="searchpath"
                     transfer-ownership="none"
                     allow-none="1">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="set_pgroup"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_set_pgroup"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">set process group flag

If "pgroup" is true, child processes are placed into
their own process group.

The practical upshot of this is that signals like
"SIGINT" (from users pressing "^C") won't be received by
the child process.

The default for this flag is false, because usually you
want "^C" to kill the subprocess.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="pgroup" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="set_qemu"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_set_qemu"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">set the qemu binary

Set the qemu binary that we will use.

The default is chosen when the library was compiled by
the configure script.

You can also override this by setting the
"LIBGUESTFS_QEMU" environment variable.

Setting "qemu" to "NULL" restores the default qemu
binary.

Note that you should call this function as early as
possible after creating the handle. This is because some
pre-launch operations depend on testing qemu features
(by running "qemu -help"). If the qemu binary changes,
we don't retest features, and so you might see
inconsistent results. Using the environment variable
"LIBGUESTFS_QEMU" is safest of all since that picks the
qemu binary at the same time as the handle is created.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="qemu" transfer-ownership="none" allow-none="1">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="set_recovery_proc"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_set_recovery_proc"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">enable or disable the recovery process

If this is called with the parameter "false" then
"guestfs_launch" does not create a recovery process. The
purpose of the recovery process is to stop runaway qemu
processes in the case where the main program aborts
abruptly.

This only has any effect if called before
"guestfs_launch", and the default is true.

About the only time when you would want to disable this
is if the main process will fork itself into the
background ("daemonize" itself). In this case the
recovery process thinks that the main program has
disappeared and so kills qemu, which is not very
helpful.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="recoveryproc" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="set_selinux"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_set_selinux"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">set SELinux enabled or disabled at appliance boot

This sets the selinux flag that is passed to the
appliance at boot time. The default is "selinux=0"
(disabled).

Note that if SELinux is enabled, it is always in
Permissive mode ("enforcing=0").

For more information on the architecture of libguestfs,
see guestfs(3).</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="selinux" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="set_smp" c:identifier="guestfs_session_set_smp" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">set number of virtual CPUs in appliance

Change the number of virtual CPUs assigned to the
appliance. The default is 1. Increasing this may improve
performance, though often it has no effect.

This function must be called before "guestfs_launch".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="smp" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="set_trace"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_set_trace"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">enable or disable command traces

If the command trace flag is set to 1, then libguestfs
calls, parameters and return values are traced.

If you want to trace C API calls into libguestfs (and
other libraries) then possibly a better way is to use
the external ltrace(1) command.

Command traces are disabled unless the environment
variable "LIBGUESTFS_TRACE" is defined and set to 1.

Trace messages are normally sent to "stderr", unless you
register a callback to send them somewhere else (see
"guestfs_set_event_callback").</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="trace" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="set_verbose"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_set_verbose"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">set verbose mode

If "verbose" is true, this turns on verbose messages.

Verbose messages are disabled unless the environment
variable "LIBGUESTFS_DEBUG" is defined and set to 1.

Verbose messages are normally sent to "stderr", unless
you register a callback to send them somewhere else (see
"guestfs_set_event_callback").</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="verbose" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="setcon" c:identifier="guestfs_session_setcon" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">set SELinux security context

This sets the SELinux security context of the daemon to
the string "context".

See the documentation about SELINUX in guestfs(3).</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="context" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="setxattr"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_setxattr"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">set extended attribute of a file or directory

This call sets the extended attribute named "xattr" of
the file "path" to the value "val" (of length "vallen").
The value is arbitrary 8 bit data.

See also: "guestfs_lsetxattr", attr(5).</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="xattr" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="val" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="vallen" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="sfdisk" c:identifier="guestfs_session_sfdisk" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">create partitions on a block device

This is a direct interface to the sfdisk(8) program for
creating partitions on block devices.

"device" should be a block device, for example
"/dev/sda".

"cyls", "heads" and "sectors" are the number of
cylinders, heads and sectors on the device, which are
passed directly to sfdisk as the *-C*, *-H* and *-S*
parameters. If you pass 0 for any of these, then the
corresponding parameter is omitted. Usually for 'large'
disks, you can just pass 0 for these, but for small
(floppy-sized) disks, sfdisk (or rather, the kernel)
cannot work out the right geometry and you will need to
tell it.

"lines" is a list of lines that we feed to "sfdisk". For
more information refer to the sfdisk(8) manpage.

To create a single partition occupying the whole disk,
you would pass "lines" as a single element list, when
the single element being the string "," (comma).

See also: "guestfs_sfdisk_l", "guestfs_sfdisk_N",
"guestfs_part_init"</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="cyls" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="heads" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="sectors" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="lines" transfer-ownership="none">
            <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of strings</doc>
            <array c:type="gchar**">
              <type name="utf8"/>
            </array>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="sfdiskM" c:identifier="guestfs_session_sfdiskM" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">create partitions on a block device

This is a simplified interface to the "guestfs_sfdisk"
command, where partition sizes are specified in
megabytes only (rounded to the nearest cylinder) and you
don't need to specify the cyls, heads and sectors
parameters which were rarely if ever used anyway.

See also: "guestfs_sfdisk", the sfdisk(8) manpage and
"guestfs_part_disk"</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="lines" transfer-ownership="none">
            <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of strings</doc>
            <array c:type="gchar**">
              <type name="utf8"/>
            </array>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="sfdisk_N"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_sfdisk_N"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">modify a single partition on a block device

This runs sfdisk(8) option to modify just the single
partition "n" (note: "n" counts from 1).

For other parameters, see "guestfs_sfdisk". You should
usually pass 0 for the cyls/heads/sectors parameters.

See also: "guestfs_part_add"</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="partnum" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="cyls" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="heads" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="sectors" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="line" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="sfdisk_disk_geometry"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_sfdisk_disk_geometry"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">display the disk geometry from the partition table

This displays the disk geometry of "device" read from
the partition table. Especially in the case where the
underlying block device has been resized, this can be
different from the kernel's idea of the geometry (see
"guestfs_sfdisk_kernel_geometry").

The result is in human-readable format, and not designed
to be parsed.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned string, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="sfdisk_kernel_geometry"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_sfdisk_kernel_geometry"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">display the kernel geometry

This displays the kernel's idea of the geometry of
"device".

The result is in human-readable format, and not designed
to be parsed.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned string, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="sfdisk_l"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_sfdisk_l"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">display the partition table

This displays the partition table on "device", in the
human-readable output of the sfdisk(8) command. It is
not intended to be parsed.

See also: "guestfs_part_list"</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned string, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="sh" c:identifier="guestfs_session_sh" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">run a command via the shell

This call runs a command from the guest filesystem via
the guest's "/bin/sh".

This is like "guestfs_command", but passes the command
to:

/bin/sh -c "command"

Depending on the guest's shell, this usually results in
wildcards being expanded, shell expressions being
interpolated and so on.

All the provisos about "guestfs_command" apply to this
call.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned string, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="command" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="sh_lines"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_sh_lines"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">run a command via the shell returning lines

This is the same as "guestfs_sh", but splits the result
into a list of lines.

See also: "guestfs_command_lines"</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of returned strings, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="gchar**">
            <type name="utf8"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="command" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="sleep" c:identifier="guestfs_session_sleep" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">sleep for some seconds

Sleep for "secs" seconds.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="secs" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="stat" c:identifier="guestfs_session_stat" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get file information

Returns file information for the given "path".

This is the same as the stat(2) system call.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">a Stat object, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="Stat" c:type="GuestfsStat*"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="statvfs" c:identifier="guestfs_session_statvfs" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get file system statistics

Returns file system statistics for any mounted file
system. "path" should be a file or directory in the
mounted file system (typically it is the mount point
itself, but it doesn't need to be).

This is the same as the statvfs(2) system call.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">a StatVFS object, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="StatVFS" c:type="GuestfsStatVFS*"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="strings" c:identifier="guestfs_session_strings" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">print the printable strings in a file

This runs the strings(1) command on a file and returns
the list of printable strings found.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of returned strings, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="gchar**">
            <type name="utf8"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="strings_e"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_strings_e"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">print the printable strings in a file

This is like the "guestfs_strings" command, but allows
you to specify the encoding of strings that are looked
for in the source file "path".

Allowed encodings are:

s   Single 7-bit-byte characters like ASCII and the
ASCII-compatible parts of ISO-8859-X (this is what
"guestfs_strings" uses).

S   Single 8-bit-byte characters.

b   16-bit big endian strings such as those encoded in
UTF-16BE or UCS-2BE.

l (lower case letter L)
16-bit little endian such as UTF-16LE and UCS-2LE.
This is useful for examining binaries in Windows
guests.

B   32-bit big endian such as UCS-4BE.

L   32-bit little endian such as UCS-4LE.

The returned strings are transcoded to UTF-8.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of returned strings, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="gchar**">
            <type name="utf8"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="encoding" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="swapoff_device"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_swapoff_device"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">disable swap on device

This command disables the libguestfs appliance swap
device or partition named "device". See
"guestfs_swapon_device".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="swapoff_file"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_swapoff_file"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">disable swap on file

This command disables the libguestfs appliance swap on
file.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="file" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="swapoff_label"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_swapoff_label"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">disable swap on labeled swap partition

This command disables the libguestfs appliance swap on
labeled swap partition.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="label" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="swapoff_uuid"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_swapoff_uuid"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">disable swap on swap partition by UUID

This command disables the libguestfs appliance swap
partition with the given UUID.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="uuid" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="swapon_device"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_swapon_device"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">enable swap on device

This command enables the libguestfs appliance to use the
swap device or partition named "device". The increased
memory is made available for all commands, for example
those run using "guestfs_command" or "guestfs_sh".

Note that you should not swap to existing guest swap
partitions unless you know what you are doing. They may
contain hibernation information, or other information
that the guest doesn't want you to trash. You also risk
leaking information about the host to the guest this
way. Instead, attach a new host device to the guest and
swap on that.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="swapon_file"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_swapon_file"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">enable swap on file

This command enables swap to a file. See
"guestfs_swapon_device" for other notes.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="file" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="swapon_label"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_swapon_label"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">enable swap on labeled swap partition

This command enables swap to a labeled swap partition.
See "guestfs_swapon_device" for other notes.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="label" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="swapon_uuid"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_swapon_uuid"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">enable swap on swap partition by UUID

This command enables swap to a swap partition with the
given UUID. See "guestfs_swapon_device" for other notes.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="uuid" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="sync" c:identifier="guestfs_session_sync" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">sync disks, writes are flushed through to the disk image

This syncs the disk, so that any writes are flushed
through to the underlying disk image.

You should always call this if you have modified a disk
image, before closing the handle.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="tail" c:identifier="guestfs_session_tail" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">return last 10 lines of a file

This command returns up to the last 10 lines of a file
as a list of strings.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of returned strings, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="gchar**">
            <type name="utf8"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="tail_n" c:identifier="guestfs_session_tail_n" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">return last N lines of a file

If the parameter "nrlines" is a positive number, this
returns the last "nrlines" lines of the file "path".

If the parameter "nrlines" is a negative number, this
returns lines from the file "path", starting with the
"-nrlines"th line.

If the parameter "nrlines" is zero, this returns an
empty list.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of returned strings, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="gchar**">
            <type name="utf8"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="nrlines" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="tar_in" c:identifier="guestfs_session_tar_in" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">unpack tarfile to directory

This command uploads and unpacks local file "tarfile"
(an *uncompressed* tar file) into "directory".

To upload a compressed tarball, use "guestfs_tgz_in" or
"guestfs_txz_in".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="tarfile" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="directory" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="cancellable"
                     transfer-ownership="none"
                     allow-none="1">
            <type name="Gio.Cancellable" c:type="GCancellable*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="tar_out" c:identifier="guestfs_session_tar_out" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">pack directory into tarfile

This command packs the contents of "directory" and
downloads it to local file "tarfile".

To download a compressed tarball, use "guestfs_tgz_out"
or "guestfs_txz_out".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="directory" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="tarfile" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="cancellable"
                     transfer-ownership="none"
                     allow-none="1">
            <type name="Gio.Cancellable" c:type="GCancellable*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="test0" c:identifier="guestfs_session_test0" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">internal test function - do not use

This is an internal test function which is used to test
whether the automatically generated bindings can handle
every possible parameter type correctly.

It echos the contents of each parameter to stdout.

You probably don't want to call this function.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="str" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="optstr" transfer-ownership="none" allow-none="1">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="strlist" transfer-ownership="none">
            <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of strings</doc>
            <array c:type="gchar**">
              <type name="utf8"/>
            </array>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="b" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="integer" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="integer64" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="filein" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="fileout" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="bufferin" transfer-ownership="none">
            <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of binary data</doc>
            <array length="9" zero-terminated="0" c:type="guint8*">
              <type name="guint8"/>
            </array>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="bufferin_size" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gsize" c:type="gsize"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="cancellable"
                     transfer-ownership="none"
                     allow-none="1">
            <type name="Gio.Cancellable" c:type="GCancellable*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="test0rbool"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_test0rbool"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">internal test function - do not use

This is an internal test function which is used to test
whether the automatically generated bindings can handle
every possible return type correctly.

It converts string "val" to the return type.

You probably don't want to call this function.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint8" c:type="gint8"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="val" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="test0rboolerr"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_test0rboolerr"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">internal test function - do not use

This is an internal test function which is used to test
whether the automatically generated bindings can handle
every possible return type correctly.

This function always returns an error.

You probably don't want to call this function.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint8" c:type="gint8"/>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="test0rconstoptstring"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_test0rconstoptstring">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">internal test function - do not use

This is an internal test function which is used to test
whether the automatically generated bindings can handle
every possible return type correctly.

It converts string "val" to the return type.

You probably don't want to call this function.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned string. Note that NULL does not indicate error</doc>
          <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="val" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="test0rconstoptstringerr"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_test0rconstoptstringerr">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">internal test function - do not use

This is an internal test function which is used to test
whether the automatically generated bindings can handle
every possible return type correctly.

This function always returns an error.

You probably don't want to call this function.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned string. Note that NULL does not indicate error</doc>
          <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="test0rconststring"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_test0rconststring"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">internal test function - do not use

This is an internal test function which is used to test
whether the automatically generated bindings can handle
every possible return type correctly.

It converts string "val" to the return type.

You probably don't want to call this function.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned string, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="val" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="test0rconststringerr"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_test0rconststringerr"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">internal test function - do not use

This is an internal test function which is used to test
whether the automatically generated bindings can handle
every possible return type correctly.

This function always returns an error.

You probably don't want to call this function.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned string, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="test0rhashtable"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_test0rhashtable"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">internal test function - do not use

This is an internal test function which is used to test
whether the automatically generated bindings can handle
every possible return type correctly.

It converts string "val" to the return type.

You probably don't want to call this function.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">a GHashTable of results, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="GLib.HashTable" c:type="GHashTable*">
            <type name="utf8"/>
            <type name="utf8"/>
          </type>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="val" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="test0rhashtableerr"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_test0rhashtableerr"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">internal test function - do not use

This is an internal test function which is used to test
whether the automatically generated bindings can handle
every possible return type correctly.

This function always returns an error.

You probably don't want to call this function.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">a GHashTable of results, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="GLib.HashTable" c:type="GHashTable*">
            <type name="utf8"/>
            <type name="utf8"/>
          </type>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="test0rint"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_test0rint"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">internal test function - do not use

This is an internal test function which is used to test
whether the automatically generated bindings can handle
every possible return type correctly.

It converts string "val" to the return type.

You probably don't want to call this function.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="val" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="test0rint64"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_test0rint64"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">internal test function - do not use

This is an internal test function which is used to test
whether the automatically generated bindings can handle
every possible return type correctly.

It converts string "val" to the return type.

You probably don't want to call this function.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="val" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="test0rint64err"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_test0rint64err"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">internal test function - do not use

This is an internal test function which is used to test
whether the automatically generated bindings can handle
every possible return type correctly.

This function always returns an error.

You probably don't want to call this function.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="test0rinterr"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_test0rinterr"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">internal test function - do not use

This is an internal test function which is used to test
whether the automatically generated bindings can handle
every possible return type correctly.

This function always returns an error.

You probably don't want to call this function.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="test0rstring"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_test0rstring"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">internal test function - do not use

This is an internal test function which is used to test
whether the automatically generated bindings can handle
every possible return type correctly.

It converts string "val" to the return type.

You probably don't want to call this function.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned string, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="val" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="test0rstringerr"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_test0rstringerr"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">internal test function - do not use

This is an internal test function which is used to test
whether the automatically generated bindings can handle
every possible return type correctly.

This function always returns an error.

You probably don't want to call this function.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned string, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="test0rstringlist"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_test0rstringlist"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">internal test function - do not use

This is an internal test function which is used to test
whether the automatically generated bindings can handle
every possible return type correctly.

It converts string "val" to the return type.

You probably don't want to call this function.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of returned strings, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="gchar**">
            <type name="utf8"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="val" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="test0rstringlisterr"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_test0rstringlisterr"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">internal test function - do not use

This is an internal test function which is used to test
whether the automatically generated bindings can handle
every possible return type correctly.

This function always returns an error.

You probably don't want to call this function.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of returned strings, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="gchar**">
            <type name="utf8"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="test0rstruct"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_test0rstruct"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">internal test function - do not use

This is an internal test function which is used to test
whether the automatically generated bindings can handle
every possible return type correctly.

It converts string "val" to the return type.

You probably don't want to call this function.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">a PV object, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="PV" c:type="GuestfsPV*"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="val" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="test0rstructerr"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_test0rstructerr"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">internal test function - do not use

This is an internal test function which is used to test
whether the automatically generated bindings can handle
every possible return type correctly.

This function always returns an error.

You probably don't want to call this function.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">a PV object, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="PV" c:type="GuestfsPV*"/>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="test0rstructlist"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_test0rstructlist"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">internal test function - do not use

This is an internal test function which is used to test
whether the automatically generated bindings can handle
every possible return type correctly.

It converts string "val" to the return type.

You probably don't want to call this function.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of PV objects, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="GuestfsPV**">
            <type name="PV"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="val" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="test0rstructlisterr"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_test0rstructlisterr"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">internal test function - do not use

This is an internal test function which is used to test
whether the automatically generated bindings can handle
every possible return type correctly.

This function always returns an error.

You probably don't want to call this function.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of PV objects, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="GuestfsPV**">
            <type name="PV"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="tgz_in" c:identifier="guestfs_session_tgz_in" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">unpack compressed tarball to directory

This command uploads and unpacks local file "tarball" (a
*gzip compressed* tar file) into "directory".

To upload an uncompressed tarball, use "guestfs_tar_in".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="tarball" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="directory" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="cancellable"
                     transfer-ownership="none"
                     allow-none="1">
            <type name="Gio.Cancellable" c:type="GCancellable*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="tgz_out" c:identifier="guestfs_session_tgz_out" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">pack directory into compressed tarball

This command packs the contents of "directory" and
downloads it to local file "tarball".

To download an uncompressed tarball, use
"guestfs_tar_out".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="directory" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="tarball" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="cancellable"
                     transfer-ownership="none"
                     allow-none="1">
            <type name="Gio.Cancellable" c:type="GCancellable*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="touch" c:identifier="guestfs_session_touch" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">update file timestamps or create a new file

Touch acts like the touch(1) command. It can be used to
update the timestamps on a file, or, if the file does
not exist, to create a new zero-length file.

This command only works on regular files, and will fail
on other file types such as directories, symbolic links,
block special etc.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="truncate"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_truncate"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">truncate a file to zero size

This command truncates "path" to a zero-length file. The
file must exist already.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="truncate_size"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_truncate_size"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">truncate a file to a particular size

This command truncates "path" to size "size" bytes. The
file must exist already.

If the current file size is less than "size" then the
file is extended to the required size with zero bytes.
This creates a sparse file (ie. disk blocks are not
allocated for the file until you write to it). To create
a non-sparse file of zeroes, use "guestfs_fallocate64"
instead.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="size" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="tune2fs" c:identifier="guestfs_session_tune2fs" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">adjust ext2/ext3/ext4 filesystem parameters

This call allows you to adjust various filesystem
parameters of an ext2/ext3/ext4 filesystem called
"device".

The optional parameters are:

"force"
Force tune2fs to complete the operation even in the
face of errors. This is the same as the tune2fs "-f"
option.

"maxmountcount"
Set the number of mounts after which the filesystem
is checked by e2fsck(8). If this is 0 then the
number of mounts is disregarded. This is the same as
the tune2fs "-c" option.

"mountcount"
Set the number of times the filesystem has been
mounted. This is the same as the tune2fs "-C"
option.

"errorbehavior"
Change the behavior of the kernel code when errors
are detected. Possible values currently are:
"continue", "remount-ro", "panic". In practice these
options don't really make any difference,
particularly for write errors.

This is the same as the tune2fs "-e" option.

"group"
Set the group which can use reserved filesystem
blocks. This is the same as the tune2fs "-g" option
except that it can only be specified as a number.

"intervalbetweenchecks"
Adjust the maximal time between two filesystem
checks (in seconds). If the option is passed as 0
then time-dependent checking is disabled.

This is the same as the tune2fs "-i" option.

"reservedblockspercentage"
Set the percentage of the filesystem which may only
be allocated by privileged processes. This is the
same as the tune2fs "-m" option.

"lastmounteddirectory"
Set the last mounted directory. This is the same as
the tune2fs "-M" option.

"reservedblockscount" Set the number of reserved
filesystem blocks. This is the same as the tune2fs "-r"
option.
"user"
Set the user who can use the reserved filesystem
blocks. This is the same as the tune2fs "-u" option
except that it can only be specified as a number.

To get the current values of filesystem parameters, see
"guestfs_tune2fs_l". For precise details of how tune2fs
works, see the tune2fs(8) man page.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="optargs" transfer-ownership="none" allow-none="1">
            <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">a GuestfsTune2FS containing optional arguments</doc>
            <type name="Tune2FS" c:type="GuestfsTune2FS*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="tune2fs_l"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_tune2fs_l"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get ext2/ext3/ext4 superblock details

This returns the contents of the ext2, ext3 or ext4
filesystem superblock on "device".

It is the same as running "tune2fs -l device". See
tune2fs(8) manpage for more details. The list of fields
returned isn't clearly defined, and depends on both the
version of "tune2fs" that libguestfs was built against,
and the filesystem itself.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">a GHashTable of results, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="GLib.HashTable" c:type="GHashTable*">
            <type name="utf8"/>
            <type name="utf8"/>
          </type>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="txz_in" c:identifier="guestfs_session_txz_in" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">unpack compressed tarball to directory

This command uploads and unpacks local file "tarball"
(an *xz compressed* tar file) into "directory".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="tarball" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="directory" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="cancellable"
                     transfer-ownership="none"
                     allow-none="1">
            <type name="Gio.Cancellable" c:type="GCancellable*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="txz_out" c:identifier="guestfs_session_txz_out" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">pack directory into compressed tarball

This command packs the contents of "directory" and
downloads it to local file "tarball" (as an xz
compressed tar archive).</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="directory" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="tarball" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="cancellable"
                     transfer-ownership="none"
                     allow-none="1">
            <type name="Gio.Cancellable" c:type="GCancellable*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="umask" c:identifier="guestfs_session_umask" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">set file mode creation mask (umask)

This function sets the mask used for creating new files
and device nodes to "mask &amp; 0777".

Typical umask values would be 022 which creates new
files with permissions like "-rw-r--r--" or
"-rwxr-xr-x", and 002 which creates new files with
permissions like "-rw-rw-r--" or "-rwxrwxr-x".

The default umask is 022. This is important because it
means that directories and device nodes will be created
with 0644 or 0755 mode even if you specify 0777.

See also "guestfs_get_umask", umask(2), "guestfs_mknod",
"guestfs_mkdir".

This call returns the previous umask.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="mask" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="umount" c:identifier="guestfs_session_umount" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">unmount a filesystem

This unmounts the given filesystem. The filesystem may
be specified either by its mountpoint (path) or the
device which contains the filesystem.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="pathordevice" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="umount_all"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_umount_all"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">unmount all filesystems

This unmounts all mounted filesystems.

Some internal mounts are not unmounted by this call.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="upload" c:identifier="guestfs_session_upload" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">upload a file from the local machine

Upload local file "filename" to "remotefilename" on the
filesystem.

"filename" can also be a named pipe.

See also "guestfs_download".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="filename" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="remotefilename" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="cancellable"
                     transfer-ownership="none"
                     allow-none="1">
            <type name="Gio.Cancellable" c:type="GCancellable*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="upload_offset"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_upload_offset"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">upload a file from the local machine with offset

Upload local file "filename" to "remotefilename" on the
filesystem.

"remotefilename" is overwritten starting at the byte
"offset" specified. The intention is to overwrite parts
of existing files or devices, although if a non-existant
file is specified then it is created with a "hole"
before "offset". The size of the data written is
implicit in the size of the source "filename".

Note that there is no limit on the amount of data that
can be uploaded with this call, unlike with
"guestfs_pwrite", and this call always writes the full
amount unless an error occurs.

See also "guestfs_upload", "guestfs_pwrite".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="filename" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="remotefilename" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="offset" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="cancellable"
                     transfer-ownership="none"
                     allow-none="1">
            <type name="Gio.Cancellable" c:type="GCancellable*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="utimens" c:identifier="guestfs_session_utimens" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">set timestamp of a file with nanosecond precision

This command sets the timestamps of a file with
nanosecond precision.

"atsecs, atnsecs" are the last access time (atime) in
secs and nanoseconds from the epoch.

"mtsecs, mtnsecs" are the last modification time (mtime)
in secs and nanoseconds from the epoch.

If the *nsecs field contains the special value -1 then
the corresponding timestamp is set to the current time.
(The *secs field is ignored in this case).

If the *nsecs field contains the special value -2 then
the corresponding timestamp is left unchanged. (The
*secs field is ignored in this case).</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="atsecs" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="atnsecs" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="mtsecs" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="mtnsecs" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="version" c:identifier="guestfs_session_version" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get the library version number

Return the libguestfs version number that the program is
linked against.

Note that because of dynamic linking this is not
necessarily the version of libguestfs that you compiled
against. You can compile the program, and then at
runtime dynamically link against a completely different
"libguestfs.so" library.

This call was added in version 1.0.58. In previous
versions of libguestfs there was no way to get the
version number. From C code you can use dynamic linker
functions to find out if this symbol exists (if it
doesn't, then it's an earlier version).

The call returns a structure with four elements. The
first three ("major", "minor" and "release") are numbers
and correspond to the usual version triplet. The fourth
element ("extra") is a string and is normally empty, but
may be used for distro-specific information.

To construct the original version string:
"$major.$minor.$release$extra"

See also: "LIBGUESTFS VERSION NUMBERS" in guestfs(3).

*Note:* Don't use this call to test for availability of
features. In enterprise distributions we backport
features from later versions into earlier versions,
making this an unreliable way to test for features. Use
"guestfs_available" instead.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">a Version object, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="Version" c:type="GuestfsVersion*"/>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="vfs_label"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_vfs_label"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get the filesystem label

This returns the filesystem label of the filesystem on
"device".

If the filesystem is unlabeled, this returns the empty
string.

To find a filesystem from the label, use
"guestfs_findfs_label".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned string, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="vfs_type"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_vfs_type"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get the Linux VFS type corresponding to a mounted device

This command gets the filesystem type corresponding to
the filesystem on "device".

For most filesystems, the result is the name of the
Linux VFS module which would be used to mount this
filesystem if you mounted it without specifying the
filesystem type. For example a string such as "ext3" or
"ntfs".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned string, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="vfs_uuid"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_vfs_uuid"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get the filesystem UUID

This returns the filesystem UUID of the filesystem on
"device".

If the filesystem does not have a UUID, this returns the
empty string.

To find a filesystem from the UUID, use
"guestfs_findfs_uuid".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned string, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="vg_activate"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_vg_activate"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">activate or deactivate some volume groups

This command activates or (if "activate" is false)
deactivates all logical volumes in the listed volume
groups "volgroups".

This command is the same as running "vgchange -a y|n
volgroups..."

Note that if "volgroups" is an empty list then all
volume groups are activated or deactivated.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="activate" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="volgroups" transfer-ownership="none">
            <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of strings</doc>
            <array c:type="gchar**">
              <type name="utf8"/>
            </array>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="vg_activate_all"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_vg_activate_all"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">activate or deactivate all volume groups

This command activates or (if "activate" is false)
deactivates all logical volumes in all volume groups.

This command is the same as running "vgchange -a y|n"</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="activate" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="vgcreate"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_vgcreate"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">create an LVM volume group

This creates an LVM volume group called "volgroup" from
the non-empty list of physical volumes "physvols".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="volgroup" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="physvols" transfer-ownership="none">
            <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of strings</doc>
            <array c:type="gchar**">
              <type name="filename"/>
            </array>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="vglvuuids"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_vglvuuids"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get the LV UUIDs of all LVs in the volume group

Given a VG called "vgname", this returns the UUIDs of
all the logical volumes created in this volume group.

You can use this along with "guestfs_lvs" and
"guestfs_lvuuid" calls to associate logical volumes and
volume groups.

See also "guestfs_vgpvuuids".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of returned strings, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="gchar**">
            <type name="utf8"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="vgname" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="vgpvuuids"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_vgpvuuids"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get the PV UUIDs containing the volume group

Given a VG called "vgname", this returns the UUIDs of
all the physical volumes that this volume group resides
on.

You can use this along with "guestfs_pvs" and
"guestfs_pvuuid" calls to associate physical volumes and
volume groups.

See also "guestfs_vglvuuids".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of returned strings, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="gchar**">
            <type name="utf8"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="vgname" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="vgremove"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_vgremove"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">remove an LVM volume group

Remove an LVM volume group "vgname", (for example "VG").

This also forcibly removes all logical volumes in the
volume group (if any).</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="vgname" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="vgrename"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_vgrename"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">rename an LVM volume group

Rename a volume group "volgroup" with the new name
"newvolgroup".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="volgroup" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="newvolgroup" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="vgs" c:identifier="guestfs_session_vgs" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">list the LVM volume groups (VGs)

List all the volumes groups detected. This is the
equivalent of the vgs(8) command.

This returns a list of just the volume group names that
were detected (eg. "VolGroup00").

See also "guestfs_vgs_full".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of returned strings, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="gchar**">
            <type name="utf8"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="vgs_full"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_vgs_full"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">list the LVM volume groups (VGs)

List all the volumes groups detected. This is the
equivalent of the vgs(8) command. The "full" version
includes all fields.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of VG objects, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="GuestfsVG**">
            <type name="VG"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="vgscan" c:identifier="guestfs_session_vgscan" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">rescan for LVM physical volumes, volume groups and logical volumes

This rescans all block devices and rebuilds the list of
LVM physical volumes, volume groups and logical volumes.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="vguuid" c:identifier="guestfs_session_vguuid" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get the UUID of a volume group

This command returns the UUID of the LVM VG named
"vgname".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned string, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="vgname" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="wait_ready"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_wait_ready"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">wait until the qemu subprocess launches (no op)

This function is a no op.

In versions of the API &lt; 1.0.71 you had to call this
function just after calling "guestfs_launch" to wait for
the launch to complete. However this is no longer
necessary because "guestfs_launch" now does the waiting.

If you see any calls to this function in code then you
can just remove them, unless you want to retain
compatibility with older versions of the API.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
      </method>
      <method name="wc_c" c:identifier="guestfs_session_wc_c" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">count characters in a file

This command counts the characters in a file, using the
"wc -c" external command.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="wc_l" c:identifier="guestfs_session_wc_l" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">count lines in a file

This command counts the lines in a file, using the "wc
-l" external command.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="wc_w" c:identifier="guestfs_session_wc_w" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">count words in a file

This command counts the words in a file, using the "wc
-w" external command.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned value, or -1 on error</doc>
          <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="write" c:identifier="guestfs_session_write" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">create a new file

This call creates a file called "path". The content of
the file is the string "content" (which can contain any
8 bit data).

See also "guestfs_write_append".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="content" transfer-ownership="none">
            <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of binary data</doc>
            <array length="2" zero-terminated="0" c:type="guint8*">
              <type name="guint8"/>
            </array>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="content_size" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gsize" c:type="gsize"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="write_append"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_write_append"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">append content to end of file

This call appends "content" to the end of file "path".
If "path" does not exist, then a new file is created.

See also "guestfs_write".</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="content" transfer-ownership="none">
            <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of binary data</doc>
            <array length="2" zero-terminated="0" c:type="guint8*">
              <type name="guint8"/>
            </array>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="content_size" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gsize" c:type="gsize"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="write_file"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_write_file"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">create a file

This call creates a file called "path". The contents of
the file is the string "content" (which can contain any
8 bit data), with length "size".

As a special case, if "size" is 0 then the length is
calculated using "strlen" (so in this case the content
cannot contain embedded ASCII NULs).

*NB.* Owing to a bug, writing content containing ASCII
NUL characters does *not* work, even if the length is
specified.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="content" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="size" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="gint32" c:type="gint32"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="zegrep" c:identifier="guestfs_session_zegrep" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">return lines matching a pattern

This calls the external "zegrep" program and returns the
matching lines.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of returned strings, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="gchar**">
            <type name="utf8"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="regex" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="zegrepi" c:identifier="guestfs_session_zegrepi" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">return lines matching a pattern

This calls the external "zegrep -i" program and returns
the matching lines.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of returned strings, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="gchar**">
            <type name="utf8"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="regex" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="zero" c:identifier="guestfs_session_zero" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">write zeroes to the device

This command writes zeroes over the first few blocks of
"device".

How many blocks are zeroed isn't specified (but it's
*not* enough to securely wipe the device). It should be
sufficient to remove any partition tables, filesystem
superblocks and so on.

If blocks are already zero, then this command avoids
writing zeroes. This prevents the underlying device from
becoming non-sparse or growing unnecessarily.

See also: "guestfs_zero_device", "guestfs_scrub_device",
"guestfs_is_zero_device"</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="zero_device"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_zero_device"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">write zeroes to an entire device

This command writes zeroes over the entire "device".
Compare with "guestfs_zero" which just zeroes the first
few blocks of a device.

If blocks are already zero, then this command avoids
writing zeroes. This prevents the underlying device from
becoming non-sparse or growing unnecessarily.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="zerofree"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_zerofree"
              throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">zero unused inodes and disk blocks on ext2/3 filesystem

This runs the *zerofree* program on "device". This
program claims to zero unused inodes and disk blocks on
an ext2/3 filesystem, thus making it possible to
compress the filesystem more effectively.

You should not run this program if the filesystem is
mounted.

It is possible that using this program can damage the
filesystem or data on the filesystem.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="none">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">true on success, false on error</doc>
          <type name="gboolean" c:type="gboolean"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="device" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="zfgrep" c:identifier="guestfs_session_zfgrep" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">return lines matching a pattern

This calls the external "zfgrep" program and returns the
matching lines.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of returned strings, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="gchar**">
            <type name="utf8"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="pattern" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="zfgrepi" c:identifier="guestfs_session_zfgrepi" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">return lines matching a pattern

This calls the external "zfgrep -i" program and returns
the matching lines.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of returned strings, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="gchar**">
            <type name="utf8"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="pattern" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="zfile" c:identifier="guestfs_session_zfile" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">determine file type inside a compressed file

This command runs "file" after first decompressing
"path" using "method".

"method" must be one of "gzip", "compress" or "bzip2".

Since 1.0.63, use "guestfs_file" instead which can now
process compressed files.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned string, or NULL on error</doc>
          <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="meth" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="zgrep" c:identifier="guestfs_session_zgrep" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">return lines matching a pattern

This calls the external "zgrep" program and returns the
matching lines.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of returned strings, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="gchar**">
            <type name="utf8"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="regex" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <method name="zgrepi" c:identifier="guestfs_session_zgrepi" throws="1">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">return lines matching a pattern

This calls the external "zgrep -i" program and returns
the matching lines.</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">an array of returned strings, or NULL on error</doc>
          <array c:type="gchar**">
            <type name="utf8"/>
          </array>
        </return-value>
        <parameters>
          <parameter name="regex" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
          <parameter name="path" transfer-ownership="none">
            <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
          </parameter>
        </parameters>
      </method>
      <field name="parent">
        <type name="GObject.Object" c:type="GObject"/>
      </field>
      <field name="priv">
        <type name="SessionPrivate" c:type="GuestfsSessionPrivate*"/>
      </field>
    </class>
    <record name="SessionClass"
            c:type="GuestfsSessionClass"
            glib:is-gtype-struct-for="Session">
      <field name="parent_class">
        <type name="GObject.ObjectClass" c:type="GObjectClass"/>
      </field>
    </record>
    <record name="SessionPrivate" c:type="GuestfsSessionPrivate" disguised="1">
    </record>
    <record name="Stat"
            c:type="GuestfsStat"
            glib:type-name="GuestfsStat"
            glib:get-type="guestfs_stat_get_type"
            c:symbol-prefix="stat">
      <field name="dev" writable="1">
        <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
      </field>
      <field name="ino" writable="1">
        <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
      </field>
      <field name="mode" writable="1">
        <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
      </field>
      <field name="nlink" writable="1">
        <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
      </field>
      <field name="uid" writable="1">
        <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
      </field>
      <field name="gid" writable="1">
        <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
      </field>
      <field name="rdev" writable="1">
        <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
      </field>
      <field name="size" writable="1">
        <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
      </field>
      <field name="blksize" writable="1">
        <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
      </field>
      <field name="blocks" writable="1">
        <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
      </field>
      <field name="atime" writable="1">
        <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
      </field>
      <field name="mtime" writable="1">
        <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
      </field>
      <field name="ctime" writable="1">
        <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
      </field>
    </record>
    <record name="StatVFS"
            c:type="GuestfsStatVFS"
            glib:type-name="GuestfsStatVFS"
            glib:get-type="guestfs_statvfs_get_type"
            c:symbol-prefix="statvfs">
      <field name="bsize" writable="1">
        <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
      </field>
      <field name="frsize" writable="1">
        <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
      </field>
      <field name="blocks" writable="1">
        <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
      </field>
      <field name="bfree" writable="1">
        <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
      </field>
      <field name="bavail" writable="1">
        <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
      </field>
      <field name="files" writable="1">
        <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
      </field>
      <field name="ffree" writable="1">
        <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
      </field>
      <field name="favail" writable="1">
        <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
      </field>
      <field name="fsid" writable="1">
        <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
      </field>
      <field name="flag" writable="1">
        <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
      </field>
      <field name="namemax" writable="1">
        <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
      </field>
    </record>
    <enumeration name="Tristate"
                 glib:type-name="GuestfsTristate"
                 glib:get-type="guestfs_tristate_get_type"
                 c:type="GuestfsTristate">
      <member name="false"
              value="0"
              c:identifier="GUESTFS_TRISTATE_FALSE"
              glib:nick="false"/>
      <member name="true"
              value="1"
              c:identifier="GUESTFS_TRISTATE_TRUE"
              glib:nick="true"/>
      <member name="none"
              value="2"
              c:identifier="GUESTFS_TRISTATE_NONE"
              glib:nick="none"/>
    </enumeration>
    <class name="Tune2FS"
           c:symbol-prefix="tune2fs"
           c:type="GuestfsTune2FS"
           parent="GObject.Object"
           glib:type-name="GuestfsTune2FS"
           glib:get-type="guestfs_tune2fs_get_type"
           glib:type-struct="Tune2FSClass">
      <constructor name="new" c:identifier="guestfs_tune2fs_new">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">Create a new GuestfsTune2FS object</doc>
        <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
          <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">a new GuestfsTune2FS object</doc>
          <type name="Tune2FS" c:type="GuestfsTune2FS*"/>
        </return-value>
      </constructor>
      <property name="errorbehavior"
                writable="1"
                construct="1"
                transfer-ownership="none">
        <type name="utf8"/>
      </property>
      <property name="force"
                writable="1"
                construct="1"
                transfer-ownership="none">
        <type name="Tristate"/>
      </property>
      <property name="group"
                writable="1"
                construct="1"
                transfer-ownership="none">
        <type name="gint64"/>
      </property>
      <property name="intervalbetweenchecks"
                writable="1"
                construct="1"
                transfer-ownership="none">
        <type name="gint"/>
      </property>
      <property name="lastmounteddirectory"
                writable="1"
                construct="1"
                transfer-ownership="none">
        <type name="utf8"/>
      </property>
      <property name="maxmountcount"
                writable="1"
                construct="1"
                transfer-ownership="none">
        <type name="gint"/>
      </property>
      <property name="mountcount"
                writable="1"
                construct="1"
                transfer-ownership="none">
        <type name="gint"/>
      </property>
      <property name="reservedblockscount"
                writable="1"
                construct="1"
                transfer-ownership="none">
        <type name="gint64"/>
      </property>
      <property name="reservedblockspercentage"
                writable="1"
                construct="1"
                transfer-ownership="none">
        <type name="gint"/>
      </property>
      <property name="user"
                writable="1"
                construct="1"
                transfer-ownership="none">
        <type name="gint64"/>
      </property>
      <field name="parent">
        <type name="GObject.Object" c:type="GObject"/>
      </field>
      <field name="priv">
        <type name="Tune2FSPrivate" c:type="GuestfsTune2FSPrivate*"/>
      </field>
    </class>
    <record name="Tune2FSClass"
            c:type="GuestfsTune2FSClass"
            glib:is-gtype-struct-for="Tune2FS">
      <field name="parent_class">
        <type name="GObject.ObjectClass" c:type="GObjectClass"/>
      </field>
    </record>
    <record name="Tune2FSPrivate" c:type="GuestfsTune2FSPrivate" disguised="1">
    </record>
    <record name="VG"
            c:type="GuestfsVG"
            glib:type-name="GuestfsVG"
            glib:get-type="guestfs_lvm_vg_get_type"
            c:symbol-prefix="lvm_vg">
      <field name="vg_name" writable="1">
        <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
      </field>
      <field name="vg_uuid" writable="1">
        <array zero-terminated="0" c:type="gchar" fixed-size="32">
          <type name="gchar" c:type="gchar"/>
        </array>
      </field>
      <field name="vg_fmt" writable="1">
        <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
      </field>
      <field name="vg_attr" writable="1">
        <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
      </field>
      <field name="vg_size" writable="1">
        <type name="guint64" c:type="guint64"/>
      </field>
      <field name="vg_free" writable="1">
        <type name="guint64" c:type="guint64"/>
      </field>
      <field name="vg_sysid" writable="1">
        <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
      </field>
      <field name="vg_extent_size" writable="1">
        <type name="guint64" c:type="guint64"/>
      </field>
      <field name="vg_extent_count" writable="1">
        <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
      </field>
      <field name="vg_free_count" writable="1">
        <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
      </field>
      <field name="max_lv" writable="1">
        <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
      </field>
      <field name="max_pv" writable="1">
        <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
      </field>
      <field name="pv_count" writable="1">
        <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
      </field>
      <field name="lv_count" writable="1">
        <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
      </field>
      <field name="snap_count" writable="1">
        <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
      </field>
      <field name="vg_seqno" writable="1">
        <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
      </field>
      <field name="vg_tags" writable="1">
        <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
      </field>
      <field name="vg_mda_count" writable="1">
        <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
      </field>
      <field name="vg_mda_free" writable="1">
        <type name="guint64" c:type="guint64"/>
      </field>
    </record>
    <record name="Version"
            c:type="GuestfsVersion"
            glib:type-name="GuestfsVersion"
            glib:get-type="guestfs_version_get_type"
            c:symbol-prefix="version">
      <field name="major" writable="1">
        <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
      </field>
      <field name="minor" writable="1">
        <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
      </field>
      <field name="release" writable="1">
        <type name="gint64" c:type="gint64"/>
      </field>
      <field name="extra" writable="1">
        <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
      </field>
    </record>
    <record name="XAttr"
            c:type="GuestfsXAttr"
            glib:type-name="GuestfsXAttr"
            glib:get-type="guestfs_xattr_get_type"
            c:symbol-prefix="xattr">
      <field name="attrname" writable="1">
        <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
      </field>
      <field name="attrval" writable="1">
        <type name="guint8" c:type="guint8*"/>
      </field>
      <field name="attrval_size" writable="1">
        <type name="guint32" c:type="guint32"/>
      </field>
    </record>
    <function name="session_inspect_get_type"
              c:identifier="guestfs_session_inspect_get_type"
              throws="1">
      <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">get type of inspected operating system

This returns the type of the inspected operating system.
Currently defined types are:

"linux"
Any Linux-based operating system.

"windows"
Any Microsoft Windows operating system.

"freebsd"
FreeBSD.

"netbsd"
NetBSD.

"hurd"
GNU/Hurd.

"unknown"
The operating system type could not be determined.

Future versions of libguestfs may return other strings
here. The caller should be prepared to handle any
string.

Please read "INSPECTION" in guestfs(3) for more details.</doc>
      <return-value transfer-ownership="full">
        <doc xml:whitespace="preserve">the returned string, or NULL on error</doc>
        <type name="utf8" c:type="gchar*"/>
      </return-value>
      <parameters>
        <parameter name="session" transfer-ownership="none">
          <type name="Session" c:type="GuestfsSession*"/>
        </parameter>
        <parameter name="root" transfer-ownership="none">
          <type name="filename" c:type="gchar*"/>
        </parameter>
      </parameters>
    </function>
  </namespace>
</repository>

/* libguestfs generated file
 * WARNING: THIS FILE IS GENERATED FROM:
 *   generator/generator_*.ml
 * ANY CHANGES YOU MAKE TO THIS FILE WILL BE LOST.
 *
 * Copyright (C) 2009-2012 Red Hat Inc.
 *
 * This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
 * it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
 * the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
 * (at your option) any later version.
 *
 * This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
 * but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
 * MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
 * GNU General Public License for more details.
 *
 * You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along
 * with this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc.,
 * 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA.
 */


#include <glib.h>
#include <glib-object.h>
#include <guestfs.h>
#include <string.h>

#include <stdio.h>

#include "guestfs-gobject.h"

/**
 * SECTION: guestfs-session
 * @short_description: Libguestfs session
 * @include: guestfs-gobject.h
 *
 * A libguestfs session which can be used to inspect and modify virtual disk
 * images.
 */

#define GUESTFS_SESSION_GET_PRIVATE(obj) (G_TYPE_INSTANCE_GET_PRIVATE ( (obj), GUESTFS_TYPE_SESSION, GuestfsSessionPrivate))

struct _GuestfsSessionPrivate
{
  guestfs_h *g;
};

G_DEFINE_TYPE(GuestfsSession, guestfs_session, G_TYPE_OBJECT);

static void
guestfs_session_finalize(GObject *object)
{
  GuestfsSession *session = GUESTFS_SESSION(object);
  GuestfsSessionPrivate *priv = session->priv;

  if (priv->g) guestfs_close(priv->g);

  G_OBJECT_CLASS(guestfs_session_parent_class)->finalize(object);
}

static void
guestfs_session_class_init(GuestfsSessionClass *klass)
{
  GObjectClass *object_class = G_OBJECT_CLASS(klass);

  object_class->finalize = guestfs_session_finalize;

  g_type_class_add_private(klass, sizeof(GuestfsSessionPrivate));
}

static void
guestfs_session_init(GuestfsSession *session)
{
  session->priv = GUESTFS_SESSION_GET_PRIVATE(session);
  session->priv->g = guestfs_create();
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_new:
 *
 * Create a new libguestfs session.
 *
 * Returns: (transfer full): a new guestfs session object
 */
GuestfsSession *
guestfs_session_new(void)
{
  return GUESTFS_SESSION(g_object_new(GUESTFS_TYPE_SESSION, NULL));
}

/* Guestfs::Tristate */
GType
guestfs_tristate_get_type(void)
{
  static GType etype = 0;
  if (etype == 0) {
    static const GEnumValue values[] = {
      { GUESTFS_TRISTATE_FALSE, "GUESTFS_TRISTATE_FALSE", "false" },
      { GUESTFS_TRISTATE_TRUE,  "GUESTFS_TRISTATE_TRUE",  "true" },
      { GUESTFS_TRISTATE_NONE,  "GUESTFS_TRISTATE_NONE",  "none" },
      { 0, NULL, NULL }
    };
    etype = g_enum_register_static("GuestfsTristate", values);
  }
  return etype;
}

/* Error quark */

#define GUESTFS_ERROR guestfs_error_quark()

static GQuark
guestfs_error_quark(void)
{
  return g_quark_from_static_string("guestfs");
}

/* Cancellation handler */
static void
cancelled_handler(gpointer data)
{
  guestfs_h *g = (guestfs_h *)data;
  guestfs_user_cancel(g);
}

/* Structs */

/* GuestfsIntBool */
static GuestfsIntBool *
guestfs_int_bool_copy(GuestfsIntBool *src)
{
  return g_slice_dup(GuestfsIntBool, src);
}

static void
guestfs_int_bool_free(GuestfsIntBool *src)
{
  g_slice_free(GuestfsIntBool, src);
}

G_DEFINE_BOXED_TYPE(GuestfsIntBool, guestfs_int_bool, guestfs_int_bool_copy, guestfs_int_bool_free)

/* GuestfsPV */
static GuestfsPV *
guestfs_lvm_pv_copy(GuestfsPV *src)
{
  return g_slice_dup(GuestfsPV, src);
}

static void
guestfs_lvm_pv_free(GuestfsPV *src)
{
  g_slice_free(GuestfsPV, src);
}

G_DEFINE_BOXED_TYPE(GuestfsPV, guestfs_lvm_pv, guestfs_lvm_pv_copy, guestfs_lvm_pv_free)

/* GuestfsVG */
static GuestfsVG *
guestfs_lvm_vg_copy(GuestfsVG *src)
{
  return g_slice_dup(GuestfsVG, src);
}

static void
guestfs_lvm_vg_free(GuestfsVG *src)
{
  g_slice_free(GuestfsVG, src);
}

G_DEFINE_BOXED_TYPE(GuestfsVG, guestfs_lvm_vg, guestfs_lvm_vg_copy, guestfs_lvm_vg_free)

/* GuestfsLV */
static GuestfsLV *
guestfs_lvm_lv_copy(GuestfsLV *src)
{
  return g_slice_dup(GuestfsLV, src);
}

static void
guestfs_lvm_lv_free(GuestfsLV *src)
{
  g_slice_free(GuestfsLV, src);
}

G_DEFINE_BOXED_TYPE(GuestfsLV, guestfs_lvm_lv, guestfs_lvm_lv_copy, guestfs_lvm_lv_free)

/* GuestfsStat */
static GuestfsStat *
guestfs_stat_copy(GuestfsStat *src)
{
  return g_slice_dup(GuestfsStat, src);
}

static void
guestfs_stat_free(GuestfsStat *src)
{
  g_slice_free(GuestfsStat, src);
}

G_DEFINE_BOXED_TYPE(GuestfsStat, guestfs_stat, guestfs_stat_copy, guestfs_stat_free)

/* GuestfsStatVFS */
static GuestfsStatVFS *
guestfs_statvfs_copy(GuestfsStatVFS *src)
{
  return g_slice_dup(GuestfsStatVFS, src);
}

static void
guestfs_statvfs_free(GuestfsStatVFS *src)
{
  g_slice_free(GuestfsStatVFS, src);
}

G_DEFINE_BOXED_TYPE(GuestfsStatVFS, guestfs_statvfs, guestfs_statvfs_copy, guestfs_statvfs_free)

/* GuestfsDirent */
static GuestfsDirent *
guestfs_dirent_copy(GuestfsDirent *src)
{
  return g_slice_dup(GuestfsDirent, src);
}

static void
guestfs_dirent_free(GuestfsDirent *src)
{
  g_slice_free(GuestfsDirent, src);
}

G_DEFINE_BOXED_TYPE(GuestfsDirent, guestfs_dirent, guestfs_dirent_copy, guestfs_dirent_free)

/* GuestfsVersion */
static GuestfsVersion *
guestfs_version_copy(GuestfsVersion *src)
{
  return g_slice_dup(GuestfsVersion, src);
}

static void
guestfs_version_free(GuestfsVersion *src)
{
  g_slice_free(GuestfsVersion, src);
}

G_DEFINE_BOXED_TYPE(GuestfsVersion, guestfs_version, guestfs_version_copy, guestfs_version_free)

/* GuestfsXAttr */
static GuestfsXAttr *
guestfs_xattr_copy(GuestfsXAttr *src)
{
  return g_slice_dup(GuestfsXAttr, src);
}

static void
guestfs_xattr_free(GuestfsXAttr *src)
{
  g_slice_free(GuestfsXAttr, src);
}

G_DEFINE_BOXED_TYPE(GuestfsXAttr, guestfs_xattr, guestfs_xattr_copy, guestfs_xattr_free)

/* GuestfsINotifyEvent */
static GuestfsINotifyEvent *
guestfs_inotify_event_copy(GuestfsINotifyEvent *src)
{
  return g_slice_dup(GuestfsINotifyEvent, src);
}

static void
guestfs_inotify_event_free(GuestfsINotifyEvent *src)
{
  g_slice_free(GuestfsINotifyEvent, src);
}

G_DEFINE_BOXED_TYPE(GuestfsINotifyEvent, guestfs_inotify_event, guestfs_inotify_event_copy, guestfs_inotify_event_free)

/* GuestfsPartition */
static GuestfsPartition *
guestfs_partition_copy(GuestfsPartition *src)
{
  return g_slice_dup(GuestfsPartition, src);
}

static void
guestfs_partition_free(GuestfsPartition *src)
{
  g_slice_free(GuestfsPartition, src);
}

G_DEFINE_BOXED_TYPE(GuestfsPartition, guestfs_partition, guestfs_partition_copy, guestfs_partition_free)

/* GuestfsApplication */
static GuestfsApplication *
guestfs_application_copy(GuestfsApplication *src)
{
  return g_slice_dup(GuestfsApplication, src);
}

static void
guestfs_application_free(GuestfsApplication *src)
{
  g_slice_free(GuestfsApplication, src);
}

G_DEFINE_BOXED_TYPE(GuestfsApplication, guestfs_application, guestfs_application_copy, guestfs_application_free)

/* Optarg objects */

/* GuestfsAddDriveOpts */
#define GUESTFS_ADD_DRIVE_OPTS_GET_PRIVATE(obj) (G_TYPE_INSTANCE_GET_PRIVATE((obj), GUESTFS_TYPE_ADD_DRIVE_OPTS, GuestfsAddDriveOptsPrivate))

struct _GuestfsAddDriveOptsPrivate {
  GuestfsTristate readonly;
  gchar *format;
  gchar *iface;
  gchar *name;
};

G_DEFINE_TYPE(GuestfsAddDriveOpts, guestfs_add_drive_opts, G_TYPE_OBJECT);

enum {
PROP_GUESTFS_ADD_DRIVE_OPTS_PROP0,
  PROP_GUESTFS_ADD_DRIVE_OPTS_READONLY,
  PROP_GUESTFS_ADD_DRIVE_OPTS_FORMAT,
  PROP_GUESTFS_ADD_DRIVE_OPTS_IFACE,
  PROP_GUESTFS_ADD_DRIVE_OPTS_NAME
};

static void
guestfs_add_drive_opts_set_property(GObject *object, guint property_id, const GValue *value, GParamSpec *pspec)
{
  GuestfsAddDriveOpts *self = GUESTFS_ADD_DRIVE_OPTS(object);
  GuestfsAddDriveOptsPrivate *priv = self->priv;

  switch (property_id) {
    case PROP_GUESTFS_ADD_DRIVE_OPTS_READONLY:
      priv->readonly = g_value_get_enum(value);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_ADD_DRIVE_OPTS_FORMAT:
      g_free(priv->format);
      priv->format = g_value_dup_string(value);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_ADD_DRIVE_OPTS_IFACE:
      g_free(priv->iface);
      priv->iface = g_value_dup_string(value);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_ADD_DRIVE_OPTS_NAME:
      g_free(priv->name);
      priv->name = g_value_dup_string(value);
      break;

    default:
      /* Invalid property */
      G_OBJECT_WARN_INVALID_PROPERTY_ID(object, property_id, pspec);
  }
}

static void
guestfs_add_drive_opts_get_property(GObject *object, guint property_id, GValue *value, GParamSpec *pspec)
{
  GuestfsAddDriveOpts *self = GUESTFS_ADD_DRIVE_OPTS(object);
  GuestfsAddDriveOptsPrivate *priv = self->priv;

  switch (property_id) {
    case PROP_GUESTFS_ADD_DRIVE_OPTS_READONLY:
      g_value_set_enum(value, priv->readonly);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_ADD_DRIVE_OPTS_FORMAT:
      g_value_set_string(value, priv->format);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_ADD_DRIVE_OPTS_IFACE:
      g_value_set_string(value, priv->iface);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_ADD_DRIVE_OPTS_NAME:
      g_value_set_string(value, priv->name);
      break;

    default:
      /* Invalid property */
      G_OBJECT_WARN_INVALID_PROPERTY_ID(object, property_id, pspec);
  }
}

static void
guestfs_add_drive_opts_finalize(GObject *object)
{
  GuestfsAddDriveOpts *self = GUESTFS_ADD_DRIVE_OPTS(object);
  GuestfsAddDriveOptsPrivate *priv = self->priv;

  g_free(priv->format);
  g_free(priv->iface);
  g_free(priv->name);

  G_OBJECT_CLASS(guestfs_add_drive_opts_parent_class)->finalize(object);
}

static void
guestfs_add_drive_opts_class_init(GuestfsAddDriveOptsClass *klass)
{
  GObjectClass *object_class = G_OBJECT_CLASS(klass);
  GParamSpec *pspec;

  object_class->set_property = guestfs_add_drive_opts_set_property;
  object_class->get_property = guestfs_add_drive_opts_get_property;

  pspec = g_param_spec_enum("readonly", "readonly", NULL, GUESTFS_TYPE_TRISTATE, GUESTFS_TRISTATE_NONE, G_PARAM_CONSTRUCT | G_PARAM_READWRITE | G_PARAM_STATIC_STRINGS);
  g_object_class_install_property(object_class, PROP_GUESTFS_ADD_DRIVE_OPTS_READONLY, pspec);

  pspec = g_param_spec_string("format", "format", NULL, NULL, G_PARAM_CONSTRUCT | G_PARAM_READWRITE | G_PARAM_STATIC_STRINGS);
  g_object_class_install_property(object_class, PROP_GUESTFS_ADD_DRIVE_OPTS_FORMAT, pspec);

  pspec = g_param_spec_string("iface", "iface", NULL, NULL, G_PARAM_CONSTRUCT | G_PARAM_READWRITE | G_PARAM_STATIC_STRINGS);
  g_object_class_install_property(object_class, PROP_GUESTFS_ADD_DRIVE_OPTS_IFACE, pspec);

  pspec = g_param_spec_string("name", "name", NULL, NULL, G_PARAM_CONSTRUCT | G_PARAM_READWRITE | G_PARAM_STATIC_STRINGS);
  g_object_class_install_property(object_class, PROP_GUESTFS_ADD_DRIVE_OPTS_NAME, pspec);

  object_class->finalize = guestfs_add_drive_opts_finalize;
  g_type_class_add_private(klass, sizeof(GuestfsAddDriveOptsPrivate));
}

static void
guestfs_add_drive_opts_init(GuestfsAddDriveOpts *o)
{
  o->priv = GUESTFS_ADD_DRIVE_OPTS_GET_PRIVATE(o);
  /* XXX: Find out if gobject already zeroes private structs */
  memset(o->priv, 0, sizeof(GuestfsAddDriveOptsPrivate));
}

/**
 * guestfs_add_drive_opts_new:
 *
 * Create a new GuestfsAddDriveOpts object
 *
 * Returns: (transfer full): a new GuestfsAddDriveOpts object
 */
GuestfsAddDriveOpts *
guestfs_add_drive_opts_new(void)
{
  return GUESTFS_ADD_DRIVE_OPTS(g_object_new(GUESTFS_TYPE_ADD_DRIVE_OPTS, NULL));
}

/* GuestfsAddDomain */
#define GUESTFS_ADD_DOMAIN_GET_PRIVATE(obj) (G_TYPE_INSTANCE_GET_PRIVATE((obj), GUESTFS_TYPE_ADD_DOMAIN, GuestfsAddDomainPrivate))

struct _GuestfsAddDomainPrivate {
  gchar *libvirturi;
  GuestfsTristate readonly;
  gchar *iface;
  GuestfsTristate live;
  GuestfsTristate allowuuid;
  gchar *readonlydisk;
};

G_DEFINE_TYPE(GuestfsAddDomain, guestfs_add_domain, G_TYPE_OBJECT);

enum {
PROP_GUESTFS_ADD_DOMAIN_PROP0,
  PROP_GUESTFS_ADD_DOMAIN_LIBVIRTURI,
  PROP_GUESTFS_ADD_DOMAIN_READONLY,
  PROP_GUESTFS_ADD_DOMAIN_IFACE,
  PROP_GUESTFS_ADD_DOMAIN_LIVE,
  PROP_GUESTFS_ADD_DOMAIN_ALLOWUUID,
  PROP_GUESTFS_ADD_DOMAIN_READONLYDISK
};

static void
guestfs_add_domain_set_property(GObject *object, guint property_id, const GValue *value, GParamSpec *pspec)
{
  GuestfsAddDomain *self = GUESTFS_ADD_DOMAIN(object);
  GuestfsAddDomainPrivate *priv = self->priv;

  switch (property_id) {
    case PROP_GUESTFS_ADD_DOMAIN_LIBVIRTURI:
      g_free(priv->libvirturi);
      priv->libvirturi = g_value_dup_string(value);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_ADD_DOMAIN_READONLY:
      priv->readonly = g_value_get_enum(value);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_ADD_DOMAIN_IFACE:
      g_free(priv->iface);
      priv->iface = g_value_dup_string(value);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_ADD_DOMAIN_LIVE:
      priv->live = g_value_get_enum(value);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_ADD_DOMAIN_ALLOWUUID:
      priv->allowuuid = g_value_get_enum(value);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_ADD_DOMAIN_READONLYDISK:
      g_free(priv->readonlydisk);
      priv->readonlydisk = g_value_dup_string(value);
      break;

    default:
      /* Invalid property */
      G_OBJECT_WARN_INVALID_PROPERTY_ID(object, property_id, pspec);
  }
}

static void
guestfs_add_domain_get_property(GObject *object, guint property_id, GValue *value, GParamSpec *pspec)
{
  GuestfsAddDomain *self = GUESTFS_ADD_DOMAIN(object);
  GuestfsAddDomainPrivate *priv = self->priv;

  switch (property_id) {
    case PROP_GUESTFS_ADD_DOMAIN_LIBVIRTURI:
      g_value_set_string(value, priv->libvirturi);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_ADD_DOMAIN_READONLY:
      g_value_set_enum(value, priv->readonly);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_ADD_DOMAIN_IFACE:
      g_value_set_string(value, priv->iface);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_ADD_DOMAIN_LIVE:
      g_value_set_enum(value, priv->live);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_ADD_DOMAIN_ALLOWUUID:
      g_value_set_enum(value, priv->allowuuid);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_ADD_DOMAIN_READONLYDISK:
      g_value_set_string(value, priv->readonlydisk);
      break;

    default:
      /* Invalid property */
      G_OBJECT_WARN_INVALID_PROPERTY_ID(object, property_id, pspec);
  }
}

static void
guestfs_add_domain_finalize(GObject *object)
{
  GuestfsAddDomain *self = GUESTFS_ADD_DOMAIN(object);
  GuestfsAddDomainPrivate *priv = self->priv;

  g_free(priv->libvirturi);
  g_free(priv->iface);
  g_free(priv->readonlydisk);

  G_OBJECT_CLASS(guestfs_add_domain_parent_class)->finalize(object);
}

static void
guestfs_add_domain_class_init(GuestfsAddDomainClass *klass)
{
  GObjectClass *object_class = G_OBJECT_CLASS(klass);
  GParamSpec *pspec;

  object_class->set_property = guestfs_add_domain_set_property;
  object_class->get_property = guestfs_add_domain_get_property;

  pspec = g_param_spec_string("libvirturi", "libvirturi", NULL, NULL, G_PARAM_CONSTRUCT | G_PARAM_READWRITE | G_PARAM_STATIC_STRINGS);
  g_object_class_install_property(object_class, PROP_GUESTFS_ADD_DOMAIN_LIBVIRTURI, pspec);

  pspec = g_param_spec_enum("readonly", "readonly", NULL, GUESTFS_TYPE_TRISTATE, GUESTFS_TRISTATE_NONE, G_PARAM_CONSTRUCT | G_PARAM_READWRITE | G_PARAM_STATIC_STRINGS);
  g_object_class_install_property(object_class, PROP_GUESTFS_ADD_DOMAIN_READONLY, pspec);

  pspec = g_param_spec_string("iface", "iface", NULL, NULL, G_PARAM_CONSTRUCT | G_PARAM_READWRITE | G_PARAM_STATIC_STRINGS);
  g_object_class_install_property(object_class, PROP_GUESTFS_ADD_DOMAIN_IFACE, pspec);

  pspec = g_param_spec_enum("live", "live", NULL, GUESTFS_TYPE_TRISTATE, GUESTFS_TRISTATE_NONE, G_PARAM_CONSTRUCT | G_PARAM_READWRITE | G_PARAM_STATIC_STRINGS);
  g_object_class_install_property(object_class, PROP_GUESTFS_ADD_DOMAIN_LIVE, pspec);

  pspec = g_param_spec_enum("allowuuid", "allowuuid", NULL, GUESTFS_TYPE_TRISTATE, GUESTFS_TRISTATE_NONE, G_PARAM_CONSTRUCT | G_PARAM_READWRITE | G_PARAM_STATIC_STRINGS);
  g_object_class_install_property(object_class, PROP_GUESTFS_ADD_DOMAIN_ALLOWUUID, pspec);

  pspec = g_param_spec_string("readonlydisk", "readonlydisk", NULL, NULL, G_PARAM_CONSTRUCT | G_PARAM_READWRITE | G_PARAM_STATIC_STRINGS);
  g_object_class_install_property(object_class, PROP_GUESTFS_ADD_DOMAIN_READONLYDISK, pspec);

  object_class->finalize = guestfs_add_domain_finalize;
  g_type_class_add_private(klass, sizeof(GuestfsAddDomainPrivate));
}

static void
guestfs_add_domain_init(GuestfsAddDomain *o)
{
  o->priv = GUESTFS_ADD_DOMAIN_GET_PRIVATE(o);
  /* XXX: Find out if gobject already zeroes private structs */
  memset(o->priv, 0, sizeof(GuestfsAddDomainPrivate));
}

/**
 * guestfs_add_domain_new:
 *
 * Create a new GuestfsAddDomain object
 *
 * Returns: (transfer full): a new GuestfsAddDomain object
 */
GuestfsAddDomain *
guestfs_add_domain_new(void)
{
  return GUESTFS_ADD_DOMAIN(g_object_new(GUESTFS_TYPE_ADD_DOMAIN, NULL));
}

/* GuestfsInspectGetIcon */
#define GUESTFS_INSPECT_GET_ICON_GET_PRIVATE(obj) (G_TYPE_INSTANCE_GET_PRIVATE((obj), GUESTFS_TYPE_INSPECT_GET_ICON, GuestfsInspectGetIconPrivate))

struct _GuestfsInspectGetIconPrivate {
  GuestfsTristate favicon;
  GuestfsTristate highquality;
};

G_DEFINE_TYPE(GuestfsInspectGetIcon, guestfs_inspect_get_icon, G_TYPE_OBJECT);

enum {
PROP_GUESTFS_INSPECT_GET_ICON_PROP0,
  PROP_GUESTFS_INSPECT_GET_ICON_FAVICON,
  PROP_GUESTFS_INSPECT_GET_ICON_HIGHQUALITY
};

static void
guestfs_inspect_get_icon_set_property(GObject *object, guint property_id, const GValue *value, GParamSpec *pspec)
{
  GuestfsInspectGetIcon *self = GUESTFS_INSPECT_GET_ICON(object);
  GuestfsInspectGetIconPrivate *priv = self->priv;

  switch (property_id) {
    case PROP_GUESTFS_INSPECT_GET_ICON_FAVICON:
      priv->favicon = g_value_get_enum(value);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_INSPECT_GET_ICON_HIGHQUALITY:
      priv->highquality = g_value_get_enum(value);
      break;

    default:
      /* Invalid property */
      G_OBJECT_WARN_INVALID_PROPERTY_ID(object, property_id, pspec);
  }
}

static void
guestfs_inspect_get_icon_get_property(GObject *object, guint property_id, GValue *value, GParamSpec *pspec)
{
  GuestfsInspectGetIcon *self = GUESTFS_INSPECT_GET_ICON(object);
  GuestfsInspectGetIconPrivate *priv = self->priv;

  switch (property_id) {
    case PROP_GUESTFS_INSPECT_GET_ICON_FAVICON:
      g_value_set_enum(value, priv->favicon);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_INSPECT_GET_ICON_HIGHQUALITY:
      g_value_set_enum(value, priv->highquality);
      break;

    default:
      /* Invalid property */
      G_OBJECT_WARN_INVALID_PROPERTY_ID(object, property_id, pspec);
  }
}

static void
guestfs_inspect_get_icon_finalize(GObject *object)
{
  GuestfsInspectGetIcon *self = GUESTFS_INSPECT_GET_ICON(object);
  GuestfsInspectGetIconPrivate *priv = self->priv;


  G_OBJECT_CLASS(guestfs_inspect_get_icon_parent_class)->finalize(object);
}

static void
guestfs_inspect_get_icon_class_init(GuestfsInspectGetIconClass *klass)
{
  GObjectClass *object_class = G_OBJECT_CLASS(klass);
  GParamSpec *pspec;

  object_class->set_property = guestfs_inspect_get_icon_set_property;
  object_class->get_property = guestfs_inspect_get_icon_get_property;

  pspec = g_param_spec_enum("favicon", "favicon", NULL, GUESTFS_TYPE_TRISTATE, GUESTFS_TRISTATE_NONE, G_PARAM_CONSTRUCT | G_PARAM_READWRITE | G_PARAM_STATIC_STRINGS);
  g_object_class_install_property(object_class, PROP_GUESTFS_INSPECT_GET_ICON_FAVICON, pspec);

  pspec = g_param_spec_enum("highquality", "highquality", NULL, GUESTFS_TYPE_TRISTATE, GUESTFS_TRISTATE_NONE, G_PARAM_CONSTRUCT | G_PARAM_READWRITE | G_PARAM_STATIC_STRINGS);
  g_object_class_install_property(object_class, PROP_GUESTFS_INSPECT_GET_ICON_HIGHQUALITY, pspec);

  object_class->finalize = guestfs_inspect_get_icon_finalize;
  g_type_class_add_private(klass, sizeof(GuestfsInspectGetIconPrivate));
}

static void
guestfs_inspect_get_icon_init(GuestfsInspectGetIcon *o)
{
  o->priv = GUESTFS_INSPECT_GET_ICON_GET_PRIVATE(o);
  /* XXX: Find out if gobject already zeroes private structs */
  memset(o->priv, 0, sizeof(GuestfsInspectGetIconPrivate));
}

/**
 * guestfs_inspect_get_icon_new:
 *
 * Create a new GuestfsInspectGetIcon object
 *
 * Returns: (transfer full): a new GuestfsInspectGetIcon object
 */
GuestfsInspectGetIcon *
guestfs_inspect_get_icon_new(void)
{
  return GUESTFS_INSPECT_GET_ICON(g_object_new(GUESTFS_TYPE_INSPECT_GET_ICON, NULL));
}

/* GuestfsMkfsOpts */
#define GUESTFS_MKFS_OPTS_GET_PRIVATE(obj) (G_TYPE_INSTANCE_GET_PRIVATE((obj), GUESTFS_TYPE_MKFS_OPTS, GuestfsMkfsOptsPrivate))

struct _GuestfsMkfsOptsPrivate {
  gint blocksize;
  gchar *features;
  gint inode;
  gint sectorsize;
};

G_DEFINE_TYPE(GuestfsMkfsOpts, guestfs_mkfs_opts, G_TYPE_OBJECT);

enum {
PROP_GUESTFS_MKFS_OPTS_PROP0,
  PROP_GUESTFS_MKFS_OPTS_BLOCKSIZE,
  PROP_GUESTFS_MKFS_OPTS_FEATURES,
  PROP_GUESTFS_MKFS_OPTS_INODE,
  PROP_GUESTFS_MKFS_OPTS_SECTORSIZE
};

static void
guestfs_mkfs_opts_set_property(GObject *object, guint property_id, const GValue *value, GParamSpec *pspec)
{
  GuestfsMkfsOpts *self = GUESTFS_MKFS_OPTS(object);
  GuestfsMkfsOptsPrivate *priv = self->priv;

  switch (property_id) {
    case PROP_GUESTFS_MKFS_OPTS_BLOCKSIZE:
      priv->blocksize = g_value_get_int(value);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_MKFS_OPTS_FEATURES:
      g_free(priv->features);
      priv->features = g_value_dup_string(value);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_MKFS_OPTS_INODE:
      priv->inode = g_value_get_int(value);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_MKFS_OPTS_SECTORSIZE:
      priv->sectorsize = g_value_get_int(value);
      break;

    default:
      /* Invalid property */
      G_OBJECT_WARN_INVALID_PROPERTY_ID(object, property_id, pspec);
  }
}

static void
guestfs_mkfs_opts_get_property(GObject *object, guint property_id, GValue *value, GParamSpec *pspec)
{
  GuestfsMkfsOpts *self = GUESTFS_MKFS_OPTS(object);
  GuestfsMkfsOptsPrivate *priv = self->priv;

  switch (property_id) {
    case PROP_GUESTFS_MKFS_OPTS_BLOCKSIZE:
      g_value_set_int(value, priv->blocksize);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_MKFS_OPTS_FEATURES:
      g_value_set_string(value, priv->features);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_MKFS_OPTS_INODE:
      g_value_set_int(value, priv->inode);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_MKFS_OPTS_SECTORSIZE:
      g_value_set_int(value, priv->sectorsize);
      break;

    default:
      /* Invalid property */
      G_OBJECT_WARN_INVALID_PROPERTY_ID(object, property_id, pspec);
  }
}

static void
guestfs_mkfs_opts_finalize(GObject *object)
{
  GuestfsMkfsOpts *self = GUESTFS_MKFS_OPTS(object);
  GuestfsMkfsOptsPrivate *priv = self->priv;

  g_free(priv->features);

  G_OBJECT_CLASS(guestfs_mkfs_opts_parent_class)->finalize(object);
}

static void
guestfs_mkfs_opts_class_init(GuestfsMkfsOptsClass *klass)
{
  GObjectClass *object_class = G_OBJECT_CLASS(klass);
  GParamSpec *pspec;

  object_class->set_property = guestfs_mkfs_opts_set_property;
  object_class->get_property = guestfs_mkfs_opts_get_property;

  pspec = g_param_spec_int("blocksize", "blocksize", NULL, G_MININT32, G_MAXINT32, -1, G_PARAM_CONSTRUCT | G_PARAM_READWRITE | G_PARAM_STATIC_STRINGS);
  g_object_class_install_property(object_class, PROP_GUESTFS_MKFS_OPTS_BLOCKSIZE, pspec);

  pspec = g_param_spec_string("features", "features", NULL, NULL, G_PARAM_CONSTRUCT | G_PARAM_READWRITE | G_PARAM_STATIC_STRINGS);
  g_object_class_install_property(object_class, PROP_GUESTFS_MKFS_OPTS_FEATURES, pspec);

  pspec = g_param_spec_int("inode", "inode", NULL, G_MININT32, G_MAXINT32, -1, G_PARAM_CONSTRUCT | G_PARAM_READWRITE | G_PARAM_STATIC_STRINGS);
  g_object_class_install_property(object_class, PROP_GUESTFS_MKFS_OPTS_INODE, pspec);

  pspec = g_param_spec_int("sectorsize", "sectorsize", NULL, G_MININT32, G_MAXINT32, -1, G_PARAM_CONSTRUCT | G_PARAM_READWRITE | G_PARAM_STATIC_STRINGS);
  g_object_class_install_property(object_class, PROP_GUESTFS_MKFS_OPTS_SECTORSIZE, pspec);

  object_class->finalize = guestfs_mkfs_opts_finalize;
  g_type_class_add_private(klass, sizeof(GuestfsMkfsOptsPrivate));
}

static void
guestfs_mkfs_opts_init(GuestfsMkfsOpts *o)
{
  o->priv = GUESTFS_MKFS_OPTS_GET_PRIVATE(o);
  /* XXX: Find out if gobject already zeroes private structs */
  memset(o->priv, 0, sizeof(GuestfsMkfsOptsPrivate));
}

/**
 * guestfs_mkfs_opts_new:
 *
 * Create a new GuestfsMkfsOpts object
 *
 * Returns: (transfer full): a new GuestfsMkfsOpts object
 */
GuestfsMkfsOpts *
guestfs_mkfs_opts_new(void)
{
  return GUESTFS_MKFS_OPTS(g_object_new(GUESTFS_TYPE_MKFS_OPTS, NULL));
}

/* GuestfsMount9P */
#define GUESTFS_MOUNT_9P_GET_PRIVATE(obj) (G_TYPE_INSTANCE_GET_PRIVATE((obj), GUESTFS_TYPE_MOUNT_9P, GuestfsMount9PPrivate))

struct _GuestfsMount9PPrivate {
  gchar *options;
};

G_DEFINE_TYPE(GuestfsMount9P, guestfs_mount_9p, G_TYPE_OBJECT);

enum {
PROP_GUESTFS_MOUNT_9P_PROP0,
  PROP_GUESTFS_MOUNT_9P_OPTIONS
};

static void
guestfs_mount_9p_set_property(GObject *object, guint property_id, const GValue *value, GParamSpec *pspec)
{
  GuestfsMount9P *self = GUESTFS_MOUNT_9P(object);
  GuestfsMount9PPrivate *priv = self->priv;

  switch (property_id) {
    case PROP_GUESTFS_MOUNT_9P_OPTIONS:
      g_free(priv->options);
      priv->options = g_value_dup_string(value);
      break;

    default:
      /* Invalid property */
      G_OBJECT_WARN_INVALID_PROPERTY_ID(object, property_id, pspec);
  }
}

static void
guestfs_mount_9p_get_property(GObject *object, guint property_id, GValue *value, GParamSpec *pspec)
{
  GuestfsMount9P *self = GUESTFS_MOUNT_9P(object);
  GuestfsMount9PPrivate *priv = self->priv;

  switch (property_id) {
    case PROP_GUESTFS_MOUNT_9P_OPTIONS:
      g_value_set_string(value, priv->options);
      break;

    default:
      /* Invalid property */
      G_OBJECT_WARN_INVALID_PROPERTY_ID(object, property_id, pspec);
  }
}

static void
guestfs_mount_9p_finalize(GObject *object)
{
  GuestfsMount9P *self = GUESTFS_MOUNT_9P(object);
  GuestfsMount9PPrivate *priv = self->priv;

  g_free(priv->options);

  G_OBJECT_CLASS(guestfs_mount_9p_parent_class)->finalize(object);
}

static void
guestfs_mount_9p_class_init(GuestfsMount9PClass *klass)
{
  GObjectClass *object_class = G_OBJECT_CLASS(klass);
  GParamSpec *pspec;

  object_class->set_property = guestfs_mount_9p_set_property;
  object_class->get_property = guestfs_mount_9p_get_property;

  pspec = g_param_spec_string("options", "options", NULL, NULL, G_PARAM_CONSTRUCT | G_PARAM_READWRITE | G_PARAM_STATIC_STRINGS);
  g_object_class_install_property(object_class, PROP_GUESTFS_MOUNT_9P_OPTIONS, pspec);

  object_class->finalize = guestfs_mount_9p_finalize;
  g_type_class_add_private(klass, sizeof(GuestfsMount9PPrivate));
}

static void
guestfs_mount_9p_init(GuestfsMount9P *o)
{
  o->priv = GUESTFS_MOUNT_9P_GET_PRIVATE(o);
  /* XXX: Find out if gobject already zeroes private structs */
  memset(o->priv, 0, sizeof(GuestfsMount9PPrivate));
}

/**
 * guestfs_mount_9p_new:
 *
 * Create a new GuestfsMount9P object
 *
 * Returns: (transfer full): a new GuestfsMount9P object
 */
GuestfsMount9P *
guestfs_mount_9p_new(void)
{
  return GUESTFS_MOUNT_9P(g_object_new(GUESTFS_TYPE_MOUNT_9P, NULL));
}

/* GuestfsNTFSResizeOpts */
#define GUESTFS_NTFSRESIZE_OPTS_GET_PRIVATE(obj) (G_TYPE_INSTANCE_GET_PRIVATE((obj), GUESTFS_TYPE_NTFSRESIZE_OPTS, GuestfsNTFSResizeOptsPrivate))

struct _GuestfsNTFSResizeOptsPrivate {
  gint64 size;
  GuestfsTristate force;
};

G_DEFINE_TYPE(GuestfsNTFSResizeOpts, guestfs_ntfsresize_opts, G_TYPE_OBJECT);

enum {
PROP_GUESTFS_NTFSRESIZE_OPTS_PROP0,
  PROP_GUESTFS_NTFSRESIZE_OPTS_SIZE,
  PROP_GUESTFS_NTFSRESIZE_OPTS_FORCE
};

static void
guestfs_ntfsresize_opts_set_property(GObject *object, guint property_id, const GValue *value, GParamSpec *pspec)
{
  GuestfsNTFSResizeOpts *self = GUESTFS_NTFSRESIZE_OPTS(object);
  GuestfsNTFSResizeOptsPrivate *priv = self->priv;

  switch (property_id) {
    case PROP_GUESTFS_NTFSRESIZE_OPTS_SIZE:
      priv->size = g_value_get_int64(value);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_NTFSRESIZE_OPTS_FORCE:
      priv->force = g_value_get_enum(value);
      break;

    default:
      /* Invalid property */
      G_OBJECT_WARN_INVALID_PROPERTY_ID(object, property_id, pspec);
  }
}

static void
guestfs_ntfsresize_opts_get_property(GObject *object, guint property_id, GValue *value, GParamSpec *pspec)
{
  GuestfsNTFSResizeOpts *self = GUESTFS_NTFSRESIZE_OPTS(object);
  GuestfsNTFSResizeOptsPrivate *priv = self->priv;

  switch (property_id) {
    case PROP_GUESTFS_NTFSRESIZE_OPTS_SIZE:
      g_value_set_int64(value, priv->size);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_NTFSRESIZE_OPTS_FORCE:
      g_value_set_enum(value, priv->force);
      break;

    default:
      /* Invalid property */
      G_OBJECT_WARN_INVALID_PROPERTY_ID(object, property_id, pspec);
  }
}

static void
guestfs_ntfsresize_opts_finalize(GObject *object)
{
  GuestfsNTFSResizeOpts *self = GUESTFS_NTFSRESIZE_OPTS(object);
  GuestfsNTFSResizeOptsPrivate *priv = self->priv;


  G_OBJECT_CLASS(guestfs_ntfsresize_opts_parent_class)->finalize(object);
}

static void
guestfs_ntfsresize_opts_class_init(GuestfsNTFSResizeOptsClass *klass)
{
  GObjectClass *object_class = G_OBJECT_CLASS(klass);
  GParamSpec *pspec;

  object_class->set_property = guestfs_ntfsresize_opts_set_property;
  object_class->get_property = guestfs_ntfsresize_opts_get_property;

  pspec = g_param_spec_int64("size", "size", NULL, G_MININT64, G_MAXINT64, -1, G_PARAM_CONSTRUCT | G_PARAM_READWRITE | G_PARAM_STATIC_STRINGS);
  g_object_class_install_property(object_class, PROP_GUESTFS_NTFSRESIZE_OPTS_SIZE, pspec);

  pspec = g_param_spec_enum("force", "force", NULL, GUESTFS_TYPE_TRISTATE, GUESTFS_TRISTATE_NONE, G_PARAM_CONSTRUCT | G_PARAM_READWRITE | G_PARAM_STATIC_STRINGS);
  g_object_class_install_property(object_class, PROP_GUESTFS_NTFSRESIZE_OPTS_FORCE, pspec);

  object_class->finalize = guestfs_ntfsresize_opts_finalize;
  g_type_class_add_private(klass, sizeof(GuestfsNTFSResizeOptsPrivate));
}

static void
guestfs_ntfsresize_opts_init(GuestfsNTFSResizeOpts *o)
{
  o->priv = GUESTFS_NTFSRESIZE_OPTS_GET_PRIVATE(o);
  /* XXX: Find out if gobject already zeroes private structs */
  memset(o->priv, 0, sizeof(GuestfsNTFSResizeOptsPrivate));
}

/**
 * guestfs_ntfsresize_opts_new:
 *
 * Create a new GuestfsNTFSResizeOpts object
 *
 * Returns: (transfer full): a new GuestfsNTFSResizeOpts object
 */
GuestfsNTFSResizeOpts *
guestfs_ntfsresize_opts_new(void)
{
  return GUESTFS_NTFSRESIZE_OPTS(g_object_new(GUESTFS_TYPE_NTFSRESIZE_OPTS, NULL));
}

/* GuestfsBTRFSFilesystemResize */
#define GUESTFS_BTRFS_FILESYSTEM_RESIZE_GET_PRIVATE(obj) (G_TYPE_INSTANCE_GET_PRIVATE((obj), GUESTFS_TYPE_BTRFS_FILESYSTEM_RESIZE, GuestfsBTRFSFilesystemResizePrivate))

struct _GuestfsBTRFSFilesystemResizePrivate {
  gint64 size;
};

G_DEFINE_TYPE(GuestfsBTRFSFilesystemResize, guestfs_btrfs_filesystem_resize, G_TYPE_OBJECT);

enum {
PROP_GUESTFS_BTRFS_FILESYSTEM_RESIZE_PROP0,
  PROP_GUESTFS_BTRFS_FILESYSTEM_RESIZE_SIZE
};

static void
guestfs_btrfs_filesystem_resize_set_property(GObject *object, guint property_id, const GValue *value, GParamSpec *pspec)
{
  GuestfsBTRFSFilesystemResize *self = GUESTFS_BTRFS_FILESYSTEM_RESIZE(object);
  GuestfsBTRFSFilesystemResizePrivate *priv = self->priv;

  switch (property_id) {
    case PROP_GUESTFS_BTRFS_FILESYSTEM_RESIZE_SIZE:
      priv->size = g_value_get_int64(value);
      break;

    default:
      /* Invalid property */
      G_OBJECT_WARN_INVALID_PROPERTY_ID(object, property_id, pspec);
  }
}

static void
guestfs_btrfs_filesystem_resize_get_property(GObject *object, guint property_id, GValue *value, GParamSpec *pspec)
{
  GuestfsBTRFSFilesystemResize *self = GUESTFS_BTRFS_FILESYSTEM_RESIZE(object);
  GuestfsBTRFSFilesystemResizePrivate *priv = self->priv;

  switch (property_id) {
    case PROP_GUESTFS_BTRFS_FILESYSTEM_RESIZE_SIZE:
      g_value_set_int64(value, priv->size);
      break;

    default:
      /* Invalid property */
      G_OBJECT_WARN_INVALID_PROPERTY_ID(object, property_id, pspec);
  }
}

static void
guestfs_btrfs_filesystem_resize_finalize(GObject *object)
{
  GuestfsBTRFSFilesystemResize *self = GUESTFS_BTRFS_FILESYSTEM_RESIZE(object);
  GuestfsBTRFSFilesystemResizePrivate *priv = self->priv;


  G_OBJECT_CLASS(guestfs_btrfs_filesystem_resize_parent_class)->finalize(object);
}

static void
guestfs_btrfs_filesystem_resize_class_init(GuestfsBTRFSFilesystemResizeClass *klass)
{
  GObjectClass *object_class = G_OBJECT_CLASS(klass);
  GParamSpec *pspec;

  object_class->set_property = guestfs_btrfs_filesystem_resize_set_property;
  object_class->get_property = guestfs_btrfs_filesystem_resize_get_property;

  pspec = g_param_spec_int64("size", "size", NULL, G_MININT64, G_MAXINT64, -1, G_PARAM_CONSTRUCT | G_PARAM_READWRITE | G_PARAM_STATIC_STRINGS);
  g_object_class_install_property(object_class, PROP_GUESTFS_BTRFS_FILESYSTEM_RESIZE_SIZE, pspec);

  object_class->finalize = guestfs_btrfs_filesystem_resize_finalize;
  g_type_class_add_private(klass, sizeof(GuestfsBTRFSFilesystemResizePrivate));
}

static void
guestfs_btrfs_filesystem_resize_init(GuestfsBTRFSFilesystemResize *o)
{
  o->priv = GUESTFS_BTRFS_FILESYSTEM_RESIZE_GET_PRIVATE(o);
  /* XXX: Find out if gobject already zeroes private structs */
  memset(o->priv, 0, sizeof(GuestfsBTRFSFilesystemResizePrivate));
}

/**
 * guestfs_btrfs_filesystem_resize_new:
 *
 * Create a new GuestfsBTRFSFilesystemResize object
 *
 * Returns: (transfer full): a new GuestfsBTRFSFilesystemResize object
 */
GuestfsBTRFSFilesystemResize *
guestfs_btrfs_filesystem_resize_new(void)
{
  return GUESTFS_BTRFS_FILESYSTEM_RESIZE(g_object_new(GUESTFS_TYPE_BTRFS_FILESYSTEM_RESIZE, NULL));
}

/* GuestfsCompressOut */
#define GUESTFS_COMPRESS_OUT_GET_PRIVATE(obj) (G_TYPE_INSTANCE_GET_PRIVATE((obj), GUESTFS_TYPE_COMPRESS_OUT, GuestfsCompressOutPrivate))

struct _GuestfsCompressOutPrivate {
  gint level;
};

G_DEFINE_TYPE(GuestfsCompressOut, guestfs_compress_out, G_TYPE_OBJECT);

enum {
PROP_GUESTFS_COMPRESS_OUT_PROP0,
  PROP_GUESTFS_COMPRESS_OUT_LEVEL
};

static void
guestfs_compress_out_set_property(GObject *object, guint property_id, const GValue *value, GParamSpec *pspec)
{
  GuestfsCompressOut *self = GUESTFS_COMPRESS_OUT(object);
  GuestfsCompressOutPrivate *priv = self->priv;

  switch (property_id) {
    case PROP_GUESTFS_COMPRESS_OUT_LEVEL:
      priv->level = g_value_get_int(value);
      break;

    default:
      /* Invalid property */
      G_OBJECT_WARN_INVALID_PROPERTY_ID(object, property_id, pspec);
  }
}

static void
guestfs_compress_out_get_property(GObject *object, guint property_id, GValue *value, GParamSpec *pspec)
{
  GuestfsCompressOut *self = GUESTFS_COMPRESS_OUT(object);
  GuestfsCompressOutPrivate *priv = self->priv;

  switch (property_id) {
    case PROP_GUESTFS_COMPRESS_OUT_LEVEL:
      g_value_set_int(value, priv->level);
      break;

    default:
      /* Invalid property */
      G_OBJECT_WARN_INVALID_PROPERTY_ID(object, property_id, pspec);
  }
}

static void
guestfs_compress_out_finalize(GObject *object)
{
  GuestfsCompressOut *self = GUESTFS_COMPRESS_OUT(object);
  GuestfsCompressOutPrivate *priv = self->priv;


  G_OBJECT_CLASS(guestfs_compress_out_parent_class)->finalize(object);
}

static void
guestfs_compress_out_class_init(GuestfsCompressOutClass *klass)
{
  GObjectClass *object_class = G_OBJECT_CLASS(klass);
  GParamSpec *pspec;

  object_class->set_property = guestfs_compress_out_set_property;
  object_class->get_property = guestfs_compress_out_get_property;

  pspec = g_param_spec_int("level", "level", NULL, G_MININT32, G_MAXINT32, -1, G_PARAM_CONSTRUCT | G_PARAM_READWRITE | G_PARAM_STATIC_STRINGS);
  g_object_class_install_property(object_class, PROP_GUESTFS_COMPRESS_OUT_LEVEL, pspec);

  object_class->finalize = guestfs_compress_out_finalize;
  g_type_class_add_private(klass, sizeof(GuestfsCompressOutPrivate));
}

static void
guestfs_compress_out_init(GuestfsCompressOut *o)
{
  o->priv = GUESTFS_COMPRESS_OUT_GET_PRIVATE(o);
  /* XXX: Find out if gobject already zeroes private structs */
  memset(o->priv, 0, sizeof(GuestfsCompressOutPrivate));
}

/**
 * guestfs_compress_out_new:
 *
 * Create a new GuestfsCompressOut object
 *
 * Returns: (transfer full): a new GuestfsCompressOut object
 */
GuestfsCompressOut *
guestfs_compress_out_new(void)
{
  return GUESTFS_COMPRESS_OUT(g_object_new(GUESTFS_TYPE_COMPRESS_OUT, NULL));
}

/* GuestfsCompressDeviceOut */
#define GUESTFS_COMPRESS_DEVICE_OUT_GET_PRIVATE(obj) (G_TYPE_INSTANCE_GET_PRIVATE((obj), GUESTFS_TYPE_COMPRESS_DEVICE_OUT, GuestfsCompressDeviceOutPrivate))

struct _GuestfsCompressDeviceOutPrivate {
  gint level;
};

G_DEFINE_TYPE(GuestfsCompressDeviceOut, guestfs_compress_device_out, G_TYPE_OBJECT);

enum {
PROP_GUESTFS_COMPRESS_DEVICE_OUT_PROP0,
  PROP_GUESTFS_COMPRESS_DEVICE_OUT_LEVEL
};

static void
guestfs_compress_device_out_set_property(GObject *object, guint property_id, const GValue *value, GParamSpec *pspec)
{
  GuestfsCompressDeviceOut *self = GUESTFS_COMPRESS_DEVICE_OUT(object);
  GuestfsCompressDeviceOutPrivate *priv = self->priv;

  switch (property_id) {
    case PROP_GUESTFS_COMPRESS_DEVICE_OUT_LEVEL:
      priv->level = g_value_get_int(value);
      break;

    default:
      /* Invalid property */
      G_OBJECT_WARN_INVALID_PROPERTY_ID(object, property_id, pspec);
  }
}

static void
guestfs_compress_device_out_get_property(GObject *object, guint property_id, GValue *value, GParamSpec *pspec)
{
  GuestfsCompressDeviceOut *self = GUESTFS_COMPRESS_DEVICE_OUT(object);
  GuestfsCompressDeviceOutPrivate *priv = self->priv;

  switch (property_id) {
    case PROP_GUESTFS_COMPRESS_DEVICE_OUT_LEVEL:
      g_value_set_int(value, priv->level);
      break;

    default:
      /* Invalid property */
      G_OBJECT_WARN_INVALID_PROPERTY_ID(object, property_id, pspec);
  }
}

static void
guestfs_compress_device_out_finalize(GObject *object)
{
  GuestfsCompressDeviceOut *self = GUESTFS_COMPRESS_DEVICE_OUT(object);
  GuestfsCompressDeviceOutPrivate *priv = self->priv;


  G_OBJECT_CLASS(guestfs_compress_device_out_parent_class)->finalize(object);
}

static void
guestfs_compress_device_out_class_init(GuestfsCompressDeviceOutClass *klass)
{
  GObjectClass *object_class = G_OBJECT_CLASS(klass);
  GParamSpec *pspec;

  object_class->set_property = guestfs_compress_device_out_set_property;
  object_class->get_property = guestfs_compress_device_out_get_property;

  pspec = g_param_spec_int("level", "level", NULL, G_MININT32, G_MAXINT32, -1, G_PARAM_CONSTRUCT | G_PARAM_READWRITE | G_PARAM_STATIC_STRINGS);
  g_object_class_install_property(object_class, PROP_GUESTFS_COMPRESS_DEVICE_OUT_LEVEL, pspec);

  object_class->finalize = guestfs_compress_device_out_finalize;
  g_type_class_add_private(klass, sizeof(GuestfsCompressDeviceOutPrivate));
}

static void
guestfs_compress_device_out_init(GuestfsCompressDeviceOut *o)
{
  o->priv = GUESTFS_COMPRESS_DEVICE_OUT_GET_PRIVATE(o);
  /* XXX: Find out if gobject already zeroes private structs */
  memset(o->priv, 0, sizeof(GuestfsCompressDeviceOutPrivate));
}

/**
 * guestfs_compress_device_out_new:
 *
 * Create a new GuestfsCompressDeviceOut object
 *
 * Returns: (transfer full): a new GuestfsCompressDeviceOut object
 */
GuestfsCompressDeviceOut *
guestfs_compress_device_out_new(void)
{
  return GUESTFS_COMPRESS_DEVICE_OUT(g_object_new(GUESTFS_TYPE_COMPRESS_DEVICE_OUT, NULL));
}

/* GuestfsCopyDeviceToDevice */
#define GUESTFS_COPY_DEVICE_TO_DEVICE_GET_PRIVATE(obj) (G_TYPE_INSTANCE_GET_PRIVATE((obj), GUESTFS_TYPE_COPY_DEVICE_TO_DEVICE, GuestfsCopyDeviceToDevicePrivate))

struct _GuestfsCopyDeviceToDevicePrivate {
  gint64 srcoffset;
  gint64 destoffset;
  gint64 size;
};

G_DEFINE_TYPE(GuestfsCopyDeviceToDevice, guestfs_copy_device_to_device, G_TYPE_OBJECT);

enum {
PROP_GUESTFS_COPY_DEVICE_TO_DEVICE_PROP0,
  PROP_GUESTFS_COPY_DEVICE_TO_DEVICE_SRCOFFSET,
  PROP_GUESTFS_COPY_DEVICE_TO_DEVICE_DESTOFFSET,
  PROP_GUESTFS_COPY_DEVICE_TO_DEVICE_SIZE
};

static void
guestfs_copy_device_to_device_set_property(GObject *object, guint property_id, const GValue *value, GParamSpec *pspec)
{
  GuestfsCopyDeviceToDevice *self = GUESTFS_COPY_DEVICE_TO_DEVICE(object);
  GuestfsCopyDeviceToDevicePrivate *priv = self->priv;

  switch (property_id) {
    case PROP_GUESTFS_COPY_DEVICE_TO_DEVICE_SRCOFFSET:
      priv->srcoffset = g_value_get_int64(value);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_COPY_DEVICE_TO_DEVICE_DESTOFFSET:
      priv->destoffset = g_value_get_int64(value);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_COPY_DEVICE_TO_DEVICE_SIZE:
      priv->size = g_value_get_int64(value);
      break;

    default:
      /* Invalid property */
      G_OBJECT_WARN_INVALID_PROPERTY_ID(object, property_id, pspec);
  }
}

static void
guestfs_copy_device_to_device_get_property(GObject *object, guint property_id, GValue *value, GParamSpec *pspec)
{
  GuestfsCopyDeviceToDevice *self = GUESTFS_COPY_DEVICE_TO_DEVICE(object);
  GuestfsCopyDeviceToDevicePrivate *priv = self->priv;

  switch (property_id) {
    case PROP_GUESTFS_COPY_DEVICE_TO_DEVICE_SRCOFFSET:
      g_value_set_int64(value, priv->srcoffset);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_COPY_DEVICE_TO_DEVICE_DESTOFFSET:
      g_value_set_int64(value, priv->destoffset);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_COPY_DEVICE_TO_DEVICE_SIZE:
      g_value_set_int64(value, priv->size);
      break;

    default:
      /* Invalid property */
      G_OBJECT_WARN_INVALID_PROPERTY_ID(object, property_id, pspec);
  }
}

static void
guestfs_copy_device_to_device_finalize(GObject *object)
{
  GuestfsCopyDeviceToDevice *self = GUESTFS_COPY_DEVICE_TO_DEVICE(object);
  GuestfsCopyDeviceToDevicePrivate *priv = self->priv;


  G_OBJECT_CLASS(guestfs_copy_device_to_device_parent_class)->finalize(object);
}

static void
guestfs_copy_device_to_device_class_init(GuestfsCopyDeviceToDeviceClass *klass)
{
  GObjectClass *object_class = G_OBJECT_CLASS(klass);
  GParamSpec *pspec;

  object_class->set_property = guestfs_copy_device_to_device_set_property;
  object_class->get_property = guestfs_copy_device_to_device_get_property;

  pspec = g_param_spec_int64("srcoffset", "srcoffset", NULL, G_MININT64, G_MAXINT64, -1, G_PARAM_CONSTRUCT | G_PARAM_READWRITE | G_PARAM_STATIC_STRINGS);
  g_object_class_install_property(object_class, PROP_GUESTFS_COPY_DEVICE_TO_DEVICE_SRCOFFSET, pspec);

  pspec = g_param_spec_int64("destoffset", "destoffset", NULL, G_MININT64, G_MAXINT64, -1, G_PARAM_CONSTRUCT | G_PARAM_READWRITE | G_PARAM_STATIC_STRINGS);
  g_object_class_install_property(object_class, PROP_GUESTFS_COPY_DEVICE_TO_DEVICE_DESTOFFSET, pspec);

  pspec = g_param_spec_int64("size", "size", NULL, G_MININT64, G_MAXINT64, -1, G_PARAM_CONSTRUCT | G_PARAM_READWRITE | G_PARAM_STATIC_STRINGS);
  g_object_class_install_property(object_class, PROP_GUESTFS_COPY_DEVICE_TO_DEVICE_SIZE, pspec);

  object_class->finalize = guestfs_copy_device_to_device_finalize;
  g_type_class_add_private(klass, sizeof(GuestfsCopyDeviceToDevicePrivate));
}

static void
guestfs_copy_device_to_device_init(GuestfsCopyDeviceToDevice *o)
{
  o->priv = GUESTFS_COPY_DEVICE_TO_DEVICE_GET_PRIVATE(o);
  /* XXX: Find out if gobject already zeroes private structs */
  memset(o->priv, 0, sizeof(GuestfsCopyDeviceToDevicePrivate));
}

/**
 * guestfs_copy_device_to_device_new:
 *
 * Create a new GuestfsCopyDeviceToDevice object
 *
 * Returns: (transfer full): a new GuestfsCopyDeviceToDevice object
 */
GuestfsCopyDeviceToDevice *
guestfs_copy_device_to_device_new(void)
{
  return GUESTFS_COPY_DEVICE_TO_DEVICE(g_object_new(GUESTFS_TYPE_COPY_DEVICE_TO_DEVICE, NULL));
}

/* GuestfsCopyDeviceToFile */
#define GUESTFS_COPY_DEVICE_TO_FILE_GET_PRIVATE(obj) (G_TYPE_INSTANCE_GET_PRIVATE((obj), GUESTFS_TYPE_COPY_DEVICE_TO_FILE, GuestfsCopyDeviceToFilePrivate))

struct _GuestfsCopyDeviceToFilePrivate {
  gint64 srcoffset;
  gint64 destoffset;
  gint64 size;
};

G_DEFINE_TYPE(GuestfsCopyDeviceToFile, guestfs_copy_device_to_file, G_TYPE_OBJECT);

enum {
PROP_GUESTFS_COPY_DEVICE_TO_FILE_PROP0,
  PROP_GUESTFS_COPY_DEVICE_TO_FILE_SRCOFFSET,
  PROP_GUESTFS_COPY_DEVICE_TO_FILE_DESTOFFSET,
  PROP_GUESTFS_COPY_DEVICE_TO_FILE_SIZE
};

static void
guestfs_copy_device_to_file_set_property(GObject *object, guint property_id, const GValue *value, GParamSpec *pspec)
{
  GuestfsCopyDeviceToFile *self = GUESTFS_COPY_DEVICE_TO_FILE(object);
  GuestfsCopyDeviceToFilePrivate *priv = self->priv;

  switch (property_id) {
    case PROP_GUESTFS_COPY_DEVICE_TO_FILE_SRCOFFSET:
      priv->srcoffset = g_value_get_int64(value);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_COPY_DEVICE_TO_FILE_DESTOFFSET:
      priv->destoffset = g_value_get_int64(value);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_COPY_DEVICE_TO_FILE_SIZE:
      priv->size = g_value_get_int64(value);
      break;

    default:
      /* Invalid property */
      G_OBJECT_WARN_INVALID_PROPERTY_ID(object, property_id, pspec);
  }
}

static void
guestfs_copy_device_to_file_get_property(GObject *object, guint property_id, GValue *value, GParamSpec *pspec)
{
  GuestfsCopyDeviceToFile *self = GUESTFS_COPY_DEVICE_TO_FILE(object);
  GuestfsCopyDeviceToFilePrivate *priv = self->priv;

  switch (property_id) {
    case PROP_GUESTFS_COPY_DEVICE_TO_FILE_SRCOFFSET:
      g_value_set_int64(value, priv->srcoffset);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_COPY_DEVICE_TO_FILE_DESTOFFSET:
      g_value_set_int64(value, priv->destoffset);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_COPY_DEVICE_TO_FILE_SIZE:
      g_value_set_int64(value, priv->size);
      break;

    default:
      /* Invalid property */
      G_OBJECT_WARN_INVALID_PROPERTY_ID(object, property_id, pspec);
  }
}

static void
guestfs_copy_device_to_file_finalize(GObject *object)
{
  GuestfsCopyDeviceToFile *self = GUESTFS_COPY_DEVICE_TO_FILE(object);
  GuestfsCopyDeviceToFilePrivate *priv = self->priv;


  G_OBJECT_CLASS(guestfs_copy_device_to_file_parent_class)->finalize(object);
}

static void
guestfs_copy_device_to_file_class_init(GuestfsCopyDeviceToFileClass *klass)
{
  GObjectClass *object_class = G_OBJECT_CLASS(klass);
  GParamSpec *pspec;

  object_class->set_property = guestfs_copy_device_to_file_set_property;
  object_class->get_property = guestfs_copy_device_to_file_get_property;

  pspec = g_param_spec_int64("srcoffset", "srcoffset", NULL, G_MININT64, G_MAXINT64, -1, G_PARAM_CONSTRUCT | G_PARAM_READWRITE | G_PARAM_STATIC_STRINGS);
  g_object_class_install_property(object_class, PROP_GUESTFS_COPY_DEVICE_TO_FILE_SRCOFFSET, pspec);

  pspec = g_param_spec_int64("destoffset", "destoffset", NULL, G_MININT64, G_MAXINT64, -1, G_PARAM_CONSTRUCT | G_PARAM_READWRITE | G_PARAM_STATIC_STRINGS);
  g_object_class_install_property(object_class, PROP_GUESTFS_COPY_DEVICE_TO_FILE_DESTOFFSET, pspec);

  pspec = g_param_spec_int64("size", "size", NULL, G_MININT64, G_MAXINT64, -1, G_PARAM_CONSTRUCT | G_PARAM_READWRITE | G_PARAM_STATIC_STRINGS);
  g_object_class_install_property(object_class, PROP_GUESTFS_COPY_DEVICE_TO_FILE_SIZE, pspec);

  object_class->finalize = guestfs_copy_device_to_file_finalize;
  g_type_class_add_private(klass, sizeof(GuestfsCopyDeviceToFilePrivate));
}

static void
guestfs_copy_device_to_file_init(GuestfsCopyDeviceToFile *o)
{
  o->priv = GUESTFS_COPY_DEVICE_TO_FILE_GET_PRIVATE(o);
  /* XXX: Find out if gobject already zeroes private structs */
  memset(o->priv, 0, sizeof(GuestfsCopyDeviceToFilePrivate));
}

/**
 * guestfs_copy_device_to_file_new:
 *
 * Create a new GuestfsCopyDeviceToFile object
 *
 * Returns: (transfer full): a new GuestfsCopyDeviceToFile object
 */
GuestfsCopyDeviceToFile *
guestfs_copy_device_to_file_new(void)
{
  return GUESTFS_COPY_DEVICE_TO_FILE(g_object_new(GUESTFS_TYPE_COPY_DEVICE_TO_FILE, NULL));
}

/* GuestfsCopyFileToDevice */
#define GUESTFS_COPY_FILE_TO_DEVICE_GET_PRIVATE(obj) (G_TYPE_INSTANCE_GET_PRIVATE((obj), GUESTFS_TYPE_COPY_FILE_TO_DEVICE, GuestfsCopyFileToDevicePrivate))

struct _GuestfsCopyFileToDevicePrivate {
  gint64 srcoffset;
  gint64 destoffset;
  gint64 size;
};

G_DEFINE_TYPE(GuestfsCopyFileToDevice, guestfs_copy_file_to_device, G_TYPE_OBJECT);

enum {
PROP_GUESTFS_COPY_FILE_TO_DEVICE_PROP0,
  PROP_GUESTFS_COPY_FILE_TO_DEVICE_SRCOFFSET,
  PROP_GUESTFS_COPY_FILE_TO_DEVICE_DESTOFFSET,
  PROP_GUESTFS_COPY_FILE_TO_DEVICE_SIZE
};

static void
guestfs_copy_file_to_device_set_property(GObject *object, guint property_id, const GValue *value, GParamSpec *pspec)
{
  GuestfsCopyFileToDevice *self = GUESTFS_COPY_FILE_TO_DEVICE(object);
  GuestfsCopyFileToDevicePrivate *priv = self->priv;

  switch (property_id) {
    case PROP_GUESTFS_COPY_FILE_TO_DEVICE_SRCOFFSET:
      priv->srcoffset = g_value_get_int64(value);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_COPY_FILE_TO_DEVICE_DESTOFFSET:
      priv->destoffset = g_value_get_int64(value);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_COPY_FILE_TO_DEVICE_SIZE:
      priv->size = g_value_get_int64(value);
      break;

    default:
      /* Invalid property */
      G_OBJECT_WARN_INVALID_PROPERTY_ID(object, property_id, pspec);
  }
}

static void
guestfs_copy_file_to_device_get_property(GObject *object, guint property_id, GValue *value, GParamSpec *pspec)
{
  GuestfsCopyFileToDevice *self = GUESTFS_COPY_FILE_TO_DEVICE(object);
  GuestfsCopyFileToDevicePrivate *priv = self->priv;

  switch (property_id) {
    case PROP_GUESTFS_COPY_FILE_TO_DEVICE_SRCOFFSET:
      g_value_set_int64(value, priv->srcoffset);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_COPY_FILE_TO_DEVICE_DESTOFFSET:
      g_value_set_int64(value, priv->destoffset);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_COPY_FILE_TO_DEVICE_SIZE:
      g_value_set_int64(value, priv->size);
      break;

    default:
      /* Invalid property */
      G_OBJECT_WARN_INVALID_PROPERTY_ID(object, property_id, pspec);
  }
}

static void
guestfs_copy_file_to_device_finalize(GObject *object)
{
  GuestfsCopyFileToDevice *self = GUESTFS_COPY_FILE_TO_DEVICE(object);
  GuestfsCopyFileToDevicePrivate *priv = self->priv;


  G_OBJECT_CLASS(guestfs_copy_file_to_device_parent_class)->finalize(object);
}

static void
guestfs_copy_file_to_device_class_init(GuestfsCopyFileToDeviceClass *klass)
{
  GObjectClass *object_class = G_OBJECT_CLASS(klass);
  GParamSpec *pspec;

  object_class->set_property = guestfs_copy_file_to_device_set_property;
  object_class->get_property = guestfs_copy_file_to_device_get_property;

  pspec = g_param_spec_int64("srcoffset", "srcoffset", NULL, G_MININT64, G_MAXINT64, -1, G_PARAM_CONSTRUCT | G_PARAM_READWRITE | G_PARAM_STATIC_STRINGS);
  g_object_class_install_property(object_class, PROP_GUESTFS_COPY_FILE_TO_DEVICE_SRCOFFSET, pspec);

  pspec = g_param_spec_int64("destoffset", "destoffset", NULL, G_MININT64, G_MAXINT64, -1, G_PARAM_CONSTRUCT | G_PARAM_READWRITE | G_PARAM_STATIC_STRINGS);
  g_object_class_install_property(object_class, PROP_GUESTFS_COPY_FILE_TO_DEVICE_DESTOFFSET, pspec);

  pspec = g_param_spec_int64("size", "size", NULL, G_MININT64, G_MAXINT64, -1, G_PARAM_CONSTRUCT | G_PARAM_READWRITE | G_PARAM_STATIC_STRINGS);
  g_object_class_install_property(object_class, PROP_GUESTFS_COPY_FILE_TO_DEVICE_SIZE, pspec);

  object_class->finalize = guestfs_copy_file_to_device_finalize;
  g_type_class_add_private(klass, sizeof(GuestfsCopyFileToDevicePrivate));
}

static void
guestfs_copy_file_to_device_init(GuestfsCopyFileToDevice *o)
{
  o->priv = GUESTFS_COPY_FILE_TO_DEVICE_GET_PRIVATE(o);
  /* XXX: Find out if gobject already zeroes private structs */
  memset(o->priv, 0, sizeof(GuestfsCopyFileToDevicePrivate));
}

/**
 * guestfs_copy_file_to_device_new:
 *
 * Create a new GuestfsCopyFileToDevice object
 *
 * Returns: (transfer full): a new GuestfsCopyFileToDevice object
 */
GuestfsCopyFileToDevice *
guestfs_copy_file_to_device_new(void)
{
  return GUESTFS_COPY_FILE_TO_DEVICE(g_object_new(GUESTFS_TYPE_COPY_FILE_TO_DEVICE, NULL));
}

/* GuestfsCopyFileToFile */
#define GUESTFS_COPY_FILE_TO_FILE_GET_PRIVATE(obj) (G_TYPE_INSTANCE_GET_PRIVATE((obj), GUESTFS_TYPE_COPY_FILE_TO_FILE, GuestfsCopyFileToFilePrivate))

struct _GuestfsCopyFileToFilePrivate {
  gint64 srcoffset;
  gint64 destoffset;
  gint64 size;
};

G_DEFINE_TYPE(GuestfsCopyFileToFile, guestfs_copy_file_to_file, G_TYPE_OBJECT);

enum {
PROP_GUESTFS_COPY_FILE_TO_FILE_PROP0,
  PROP_GUESTFS_COPY_FILE_TO_FILE_SRCOFFSET,
  PROP_GUESTFS_COPY_FILE_TO_FILE_DESTOFFSET,
  PROP_GUESTFS_COPY_FILE_TO_FILE_SIZE
};

static void
guestfs_copy_file_to_file_set_property(GObject *object, guint property_id, const GValue *value, GParamSpec *pspec)
{
  GuestfsCopyFileToFile *self = GUESTFS_COPY_FILE_TO_FILE(object);
  GuestfsCopyFileToFilePrivate *priv = self->priv;

  switch (property_id) {
    case PROP_GUESTFS_COPY_FILE_TO_FILE_SRCOFFSET:
      priv->srcoffset = g_value_get_int64(value);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_COPY_FILE_TO_FILE_DESTOFFSET:
      priv->destoffset = g_value_get_int64(value);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_COPY_FILE_TO_FILE_SIZE:
      priv->size = g_value_get_int64(value);
      break;

    default:
      /* Invalid property */
      G_OBJECT_WARN_INVALID_PROPERTY_ID(object, property_id, pspec);
  }
}

static void
guestfs_copy_file_to_file_get_property(GObject *object, guint property_id, GValue *value, GParamSpec *pspec)
{
  GuestfsCopyFileToFile *self = GUESTFS_COPY_FILE_TO_FILE(object);
  GuestfsCopyFileToFilePrivate *priv = self->priv;

  switch (property_id) {
    case PROP_GUESTFS_COPY_FILE_TO_FILE_SRCOFFSET:
      g_value_set_int64(value, priv->srcoffset);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_COPY_FILE_TO_FILE_DESTOFFSET:
      g_value_set_int64(value, priv->destoffset);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_COPY_FILE_TO_FILE_SIZE:
      g_value_set_int64(value, priv->size);
      break;

    default:
      /* Invalid property */
      G_OBJECT_WARN_INVALID_PROPERTY_ID(object, property_id, pspec);
  }
}

static void
guestfs_copy_file_to_file_finalize(GObject *object)
{
  GuestfsCopyFileToFile *self = GUESTFS_COPY_FILE_TO_FILE(object);
  GuestfsCopyFileToFilePrivate *priv = self->priv;


  G_OBJECT_CLASS(guestfs_copy_file_to_file_parent_class)->finalize(object);
}

static void
guestfs_copy_file_to_file_class_init(GuestfsCopyFileToFileClass *klass)
{
  GObjectClass *object_class = G_OBJECT_CLASS(klass);
  GParamSpec *pspec;

  object_class->set_property = guestfs_copy_file_to_file_set_property;
  object_class->get_property = guestfs_copy_file_to_file_get_property;

  pspec = g_param_spec_int64("srcoffset", "srcoffset", NULL, G_MININT64, G_MAXINT64, -1, G_PARAM_CONSTRUCT | G_PARAM_READWRITE | G_PARAM_STATIC_STRINGS);
  g_object_class_install_property(object_class, PROP_GUESTFS_COPY_FILE_TO_FILE_SRCOFFSET, pspec);

  pspec = g_param_spec_int64("destoffset", "destoffset", NULL, G_MININT64, G_MAXINT64, -1, G_PARAM_CONSTRUCT | G_PARAM_READWRITE | G_PARAM_STATIC_STRINGS);
  g_object_class_install_property(object_class, PROP_GUESTFS_COPY_FILE_TO_FILE_DESTOFFSET, pspec);

  pspec = g_param_spec_int64("size", "size", NULL, G_MININT64, G_MAXINT64, -1, G_PARAM_CONSTRUCT | G_PARAM_READWRITE | G_PARAM_STATIC_STRINGS);
  g_object_class_install_property(object_class, PROP_GUESTFS_COPY_FILE_TO_FILE_SIZE, pspec);

  object_class->finalize = guestfs_copy_file_to_file_finalize;
  g_type_class_add_private(klass, sizeof(GuestfsCopyFileToFilePrivate));
}

static void
guestfs_copy_file_to_file_init(GuestfsCopyFileToFile *o)
{
  o->priv = GUESTFS_COPY_FILE_TO_FILE_GET_PRIVATE(o);
  /* XXX: Find out if gobject already zeroes private structs */
  memset(o->priv, 0, sizeof(GuestfsCopyFileToFilePrivate));
}

/**
 * guestfs_copy_file_to_file_new:
 *
 * Create a new GuestfsCopyFileToFile object
 *
 * Returns: (transfer full): a new GuestfsCopyFileToFile object
 */
GuestfsCopyFileToFile *
guestfs_copy_file_to_file_new(void)
{
  return GUESTFS_COPY_FILE_TO_FILE(g_object_new(GUESTFS_TYPE_COPY_FILE_TO_FILE, NULL));
}

/* GuestfsTune2FS */
#define GUESTFS_TUNE2FS_GET_PRIVATE(obj) (G_TYPE_INSTANCE_GET_PRIVATE((obj), GUESTFS_TYPE_TUNE2FS, GuestfsTune2FSPrivate))

struct _GuestfsTune2FSPrivate {
  GuestfsTristate force;
  gint maxmountcount;
  gint mountcount;
  gchar *errorbehavior;
  gint64 group;
  gint intervalbetweenchecks;
  gint reservedblockspercentage;
  gchar *lastmounteddirectory;
  gint64 reservedblockscount;
  gint64 user;
};

G_DEFINE_TYPE(GuestfsTune2FS, guestfs_tune2fs, G_TYPE_OBJECT);

enum {
PROP_GUESTFS_TUNE2FS_PROP0,
  PROP_GUESTFS_TUNE2FS_FORCE,
  PROP_GUESTFS_TUNE2FS_MAXMOUNTCOUNT,
  PROP_GUESTFS_TUNE2FS_MOUNTCOUNT,
  PROP_GUESTFS_TUNE2FS_ERRORBEHAVIOR,
  PROP_GUESTFS_TUNE2FS_GROUP,
  PROP_GUESTFS_TUNE2FS_INTERVALBETWEENCHECKS,
  PROP_GUESTFS_TUNE2FS_RESERVEDBLOCKSPERCENTAGE,
  PROP_GUESTFS_TUNE2FS_LASTMOUNTEDDIRECTORY,
  PROP_GUESTFS_TUNE2FS_RESERVEDBLOCKSCOUNT,
  PROP_GUESTFS_TUNE2FS_USER
};

static void
guestfs_tune2fs_set_property(GObject *object, guint property_id, const GValue *value, GParamSpec *pspec)
{
  GuestfsTune2FS *self = GUESTFS_TUNE2FS(object);
  GuestfsTune2FSPrivate *priv = self->priv;

  switch (property_id) {
    case PROP_GUESTFS_TUNE2FS_FORCE:
      priv->force = g_value_get_enum(value);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_TUNE2FS_MAXMOUNTCOUNT:
      priv->maxmountcount = g_value_get_int(value);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_TUNE2FS_MOUNTCOUNT:
      priv->mountcount = g_value_get_int(value);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_TUNE2FS_ERRORBEHAVIOR:
      g_free(priv->errorbehavior);
      priv->errorbehavior = g_value_dup_string(value);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_TUNE2FS_GROUP:
      priv->group = g_value_get_int64(value);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_TUNE2FS_INTERVALBETWEENCHECKS:
      priv->intervalbetweenchecks = g_value_get_int(value);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_TUNE2FS_RESERVEDBLOCKSPERCENTAGE:
      priv->reservedblockspercentage = g_value_get_int(value);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_TUNE2FS_LASTMOUNTEDDIRECTORY:
      g_free(priv->lastmounteddirectory);
      priv->lastmounteddirectory = g_value_dup_string(value);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_TUNE2FS_RESERVEDBLOCKSCOUNT:
      priv->reservedblockscount = g_value_get_int64(value);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_TUNE2FS_USER:
      priv->user = g_value_get_int64(value);
      break;

    default:
      /* Invalid property */
      G_OBJECT_WARN_INVALID_PROPERTY_ID(object, property_id, pspec);
  }
}

static void
guestfs_tune2fs_get_property(GObject *object, guint property_id, GValue *value, GParamSpec *pspec)
{
  GuestfsTune2FS *self = GUESTFS_TUNE2FS(object);
  GuestfsTune2FSPrivate *priv = self->priv;

  switch (property_id) {
    case PROP_GUESTFS_TUNE2FS_FORCE:
      g_value_set_enum(value, priv->force);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_TUNE2FS_MAXMOUNTCOUNT:
      g_value_set_int(value, priv->maxmountcount);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_TUNE2FS_MOUNTCOUNT:
      g_value_set_int(value, priv->mountcount);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_TUNE2FS_ERRORBEHAVIOR:
      g_value_set_string(value, priv->errorbehavior);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_TUNE2FS_GROUP:
      g_value_set_int64(value, priv->group);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_TUNE2FS_INTERVALBETWEENCHECKS:
      g_value_set_int(value, priv->intervalbetweenchecks);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_TUNE2FS_RESERVEDBLOCKSPERCENTAGE:
      g_value_set_int(value, priv->reservedblockspercentage);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_TUNE2FS_LASTMOUNTEDDIRECTORY:
      g_value_set_string(value, priv->lastmounteddirectory);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_TUNE2FS_RESERVEDBLOCKSCOUNT:
      g_value_set_int64(value, priv->reservedblockscount);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_TUNE2FS_USER:
      g_value_set_int64(value, priv->user);
      break;

    default:
      /* Invalid property */
      G_OBJECT_WARN_INVALID_PROPERTY_ID(object, property_id, pspec);
  }
}

static void
guestfs_tune2fs_finalize(GObject *object)
{
  GuestfsTune2FS *self = GUESTFS_TUNE2FS(object);
  GuestfsTune2FSPrivate *priv = self->priv;

  g_free(priv->errorbehavior);
  g_free(priv->lastmounteddirectory);

  G_OBJECT_CLASS(guestfs_tune2fs_parent_class)->finalize(object);
}

static void
guestfs_tune2fs_class_init(GuestfsTune2FSClass *klass)
{
  GObjectClass *object_class = G_OBJECT_CLASS(klass);
  GParamSpec *pspec;

  object_class->set_property = guestfs_tune2fs_set_property;
  object_class->get_property = guestfs_tune2fs_get_property;

  pspec = g_param_spec_enum("force", "force", NULL, GUESTFS_TYPE_TRISTATE, GUESTFS_TRISTATE_NONE, G_PARAM_CONSTRUCT | G_PARAM_READWRITE | G_PARAM_STATIC_STRINGS);
  g_object_class_install_property(object_class, PROP_GUESTFS_TUNE2FS_FORCE, pspec);

  pspec = g_param_spec_int("maxmountcount", "maxmountcount", NULL, G_MININT32, G_MAXINT32, -1, G_PARAM_CONSTRUCT | G_PARAM_READWRITE | G_PARAM_STATIC_STRINGS);
  g_object_class_install_property(object_class, PROP_GUESTFS_TUNE2FS_MAXMOUNTCOUNT, pspec);

  pspec = g_param_spec_int("mountcount", "mountcount", NULL, G_MININT32, G_MAXINT32, -1, G_PARAM_CONSTRUCT | G_PARAM_READWRITE | G_PARAM_STATIC_STRINGS);
  g_object_class_install_property(object_class, PROP_GUESTFS_TUNE2FS_MOUNTCOUNT, pspec);

  pspec = g_param_spec_string("errorbehavior", "errorbehavior", NULL, NULL, G_PARAM_CONSTRUCT | G_PARAM_READWRITE | G_PARAM_STATIC_STRINGS);
  g_object_class_install_property(object_class, PROP_GUESTFS_TUNE2FS_ERRORBEHAVIOR, pspec);

  pspec = g_param_spec_int64("group", "group", NULL, G_MININT64, G_MAXINT64, -1, G_PARAM_CONSTRUCT | G_PARAM_READWRITE | G_PARAM_STATIC_STRINGS);
  g_object_class_install_property(object_class, PROP_GUESTFS_TUNE2FS_GROUP, pspec);

  pspec = g_param_spec_int("intervalbetweenchecks", "intervalbetweenchecks", NULL, G_MININT32, G_MAXINT32, -1, G_PARAM_CONSTRUCT | G_PARAM_READWRITE | G_PARAM_STATIC_STRINGS);
  g_object_class_install_property(object_class, PROP_GUESTFS_TUNE2FS_INTERVALBETWEENCHECKS, pspec);

  pspec = g_param_spec_int("reservedblockspercentage", "reservedblockspercentage", NULL, G_MININT32, G_MAXINT32, -1, G_PARAM_CONSTRUCT | G_PARAM_READWRITE | G_PARAM_STATIC_STRINGS);
  g_object_class_install_property(object_class, PROP_GUESTFS_TUNE2FS_RESERVEDBLOCKSPERCENTAGE, pspec);

  pspec = g_param_spec_string("lastmounteddirectory", "lastmounteddirectory", NULL, NULL, G_PARAM_CONSTRUCT | G_PARAM_READWRITE | G_PARAM_STATIC_STRINGS);
  g_object_class_install_property(object_class, PROP_GUESTFS_TUNE2FS_LASTMOUNTEDDIRECTORY, pspec);

  pspec = g_param_spec_int64("reservedblockscount", "reservedblockscount", NULL, G_MININT64, G_MAXINT64, -1, G_PARAM_CONSTRUCT | G_PARAM_READWRITE | G_PARAM_STATIC_STRINGS);
  g_object_class_install_property(object_class, PROP_GUESTFS_TUNE2FS_RESERVEDBLOCKSCOUNT, pspec);

  pspec = g_param_spec_int64("user", "user", NULL, G_MININT64, G_MAXINT64, -1, G_PARAM_CONSTRUCT | G_PARAM_READWRITE | G_PARAM_STATIC_STRINGS);
  g_object_class_install_property(object_class, PROP_GUESTFS_TUNE2FS_USER, pspec);

  object_class->finalize = guestfs_tune2fs_finalize;
  g_type_class_add_private(klass, sizeof(GuestfsTune2FSPrivate));
}

static void
guestfs_tune2fs_init(GuestfsTune2FS *o)
{
  o->priv = GUESTFS_TUNE2FS_GET_PRIVATE(o);
  /* XXX: Find out if gobject already zeroes private structs */
  memset(o->priv, 0, sizeof(GuestfsTune2FSPrivate));
}

/**
 * guestfs_tune2fs_new:
 *
 * Create a new GuestfsTune2FS object
 *
 * Returns: (transfer full): a new GuestfsTune2FS object
 */
GuestfsTune2FS *
guestfs_tune2fs_new(void)
{
  return GUESTFS_TUNE2FS(g_object_new(GUESTFS_TYPE_TUNE2FS, NULL));
}

/* GuestfsMDCreate */
#define GUESTFS_MD_CREATE_GET_PRIVATE(obj) (G_TYPE_INSTANCE_GET_PRIVATE((obj), GUESTFS_TYPE_MD_CREATE, GuestfsMDCreatePrivate))

struct _GuestfsMDCreatePrivate {
  gint64 missingbitmap;
  gint nrdevices;
  gint spare;
  gint64 chunk;
  gchar *level;
};

G_DEFINE_TYPE(GuestfsMDCreate, guestfs_md_create, G_TYPE_OBJECT);

enum {
PROP_GUESTFS_MD_CREATE_PROP0,
  PROP_GUESTFS_MD_CREATE_MISSINGBITMAP,
  PROP_GUESTFS_MD_CREATE_NRDEVICES,
  PROP_GUESTFS_MD_CREATE_SPARE,
  PROP_GUESTFS_MD_CREATE_CHUNK,
  PROP_GUESTFS_MD_CREATE_LEVEL
};

static void
guestfs_md_create_set_property(GObject *object, guint property_id, const GValue *value, GParamSpec *pspec)
{
  GuestfsMDCreate *self = GUESTFS_MD_CREATE(object);
  GuestfsMDCreatePrivate *priv = self->priv;

  switch (property_id) {
    case PROP_GUESTFS_MD_CREATE_MISSINGBITMAP:
      priv->missingbitmap = g_value_get_int64(value);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_MD_CREATE_NRDEVICES:
      priv->nrdevices = g_value_get_int(value);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_MD_CREATE_SPARE:
      priv->spare = g_value_get_int(value);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_MD_CREATE_CHUNK:
      priv->chunk = g_value_get_int64(value);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_MD_CREATE_LEVEL:
      g_free(priv->level);
      priv->level = g_value_dup_string(value);
      break;

    default:
      /* Invalid property */
      G_OBJECT_WARN_INVALID_PROPERTY_ID(object, property_id, pspec);
  }
}

static void
guestfs_md_create_get_property(GObject *object, guint property_id, GValue *value, GParamSpec *pspec)
{
  GuestfsMDCreate *self = GUESTFS_MD_CREATE(object);
  GuestfsMDCreatePrivate *priv = self->priv;

  switch (property_id) {
    case PROP_GUESTFS_MD_CREATE_MISSINGBITMAP:
      g_value_set_int64(value, priv->missingbitmap);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_MD_CREATE_NRDEVICES:
      g_value_set_int(value, priv->nrdevices);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_MD_CREATE_SPARE:
      g_value_set_int(value, priv->spare);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_MD_CREATE_CHUNK:
      g_value_set_int64(value, priv->chunk);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_MD_CREATE_LEVEL:
      g_value_set_string(value, priv->level);
      break;

    default:
      /* Invalid property */
      G_OBJECT_WARN_INVALID_PROPERTY_ID(object, property_id, pspec);
  }
}

static void
guestfs_md_create_finalize(GObject *object)
{
  GuestfsMDCreate *self = GUESTFS_MD_CREATE(object);
  GuestfsMDCreatePrivate *priv = self->priv;

  g_free(priv->level);

  G_OBJECT_CLASS(guestfs_md_create_parent_class)->finalize(object);
}

static void
guestfs_md_create_class_init(GuestfsMDCreateClass *klass)
{
  GObjectClass *object_class = G_OBJECT_CLASS(klass);
  GParamSpec *pspec;

  object_class->set_property = guestfs_md_create_set_property;
  object_class->get_property = guestfs_md_create_get_property;

  pspec = g_param_spec_int64("missingbitmap", "missingbitmap", NULL, G_MININT64, G_MAXINT64, -1, G_PARAM_CONSTRUCT | G_PARAM_READWRITE | G_PARAM_STATIC_STRINGS);
  g_object_class_install_property(object_class, PROP_GUESTFS_MD_CREATE_MISSINGBITMAP, pspec);

  pspec = g_param_spec_int("nrdevices", "nrdevices", NULL, G_MININT32, G_MAXINT32, -1, G_PARAM_CONSTRUCT | G_PARAM_READWRITE | G_PARAM_STATIC_STRINGS);
  g_object_class_install_property(object_class, PROP_GUESTFS_MD_CREATE_NRDEVICES, pspec);

  pspec = g_param_spec_int("spare", "spare", NULL, G_MININT32, G_MAXINT32, -1, G_PARAM_CONSTRUCT | G_PARAM_READWRITE | G_PARAM_STATIC_STRINGS);
  g_object_class_install_property(object_class, PROP_GUESTFS_MD_CREATE_SPARE, pspec);

  pspec = g_param_spec_int64("chunk", "chunk", NULL, G_MININT64, G_MAXINT64, -1, G_PARAM_CONSTRUCT | G_PARAM_READWRITE | G_PARAM_STATIC_STRINGS);
  g_object_class_install_property(object_class, PROP_GUESTFS_MD_CREATE_CHUNK, pspec);

  pspec = g_param_spec_string("level", "level", NULL, NULL, G_PARAM_CONSTRUCT | G_PARAM_READWRITE | G_PARAM_STATIC_STRINGS);
  g_object_class_install_property(object_class, PROP_GUESTFS_MD_CREATE_LEVEL, pspec);

  object_class->finalize = guestfs_md_create_finalize;
  g_type_class_add_private(klass, sizeof(GuestfsMDCreatePrivate));
}

static void
guestfs_md_create_init(GuestfsMDCreate *o)
{
  o->priv = GUESTFS_MD_CREATE_GET_PRIVATE(o);
  /* XXX: Find out if gobject already zeroes private structs */
  memset(o->priv, 0, sizeof(GuestfsMDCreatePrivate));
}

/**
 * guestfs_md_create_new:
 *
 * Create a new GuestfsMDCreate object
 *
 * Returns: (transfer full): a new GuestfsMDCreate object
 */
GuestfsMDCreate *
guestfs_md_create_new(void)
{
  return GUESTFS_MD_CREATE(g_object_new(GUESTFS_TYPE_MD_CREATE, NULL));
}

/* GuestfsE2fsck */
#define GUESTFS_E2FSCK_GET_PRIVATE(obj) (G_TYPE_INSTANCE_GET_PRIVATE((obj), GUESTFS_TYPE_E2FSCK, GuestfsE2fsckPrivate))

struct _GuestfsE2fsckPrivate {
  GuestfsTristate correct;
  GuestfsTristate forceall;
};

G_DEFINE_TYPE(GuestfsE2fsck, guestfs_e2fsck, G_TYPE_OBJECT);

enum {
PROP_GUESTFS_E2FSCK_PROP0,
  PROP_GUESTFS_E2FSCK_CORRECT,
  PROP_GUESTFS_E2FSCK_FORCEALL
};

static void
guestfs_e2fsck_set_property(GObject *object, guint property_id, const GValue *value, GParamSpec *pspec)
{
  GuestfsE2fsck *self = GUESTFS_E2FSCK(object);
  GuestfsE2fsckPrivate *priv = self->priv;

  switch (property_id) {
    case PROP_GUESTFS_E2FSCK_CORRECT:
      priv->correct = g_value_get_enum(value);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_E2FSCK_FORCEALL:
      priv->forceall = g_value_get_enum(value);
      break;

    default:
      /* Invalid property */
      G_OBJECT_WARN_INVALID_PROPERTY_ID(object, property_id, pspec);
  }
}

static void
guestfs_e2fsck_get_property(GObject *object, guint property_id, GValue *value, GParamSpec *pspec)
{
  GuestfsE2fsck *self = GUESTFS_E2FSCK(object);
  GuestfsE2fsckPrivate *priv = self->priv;

  switch (property_id) {
    case PROP_GUESTFS_E2FSCK_CORRECT:
      g_value_set_enum(value, priv->correct);
      break;

    case PROP_GUESTFS_E2FSCK_FORCEALL:
      g_value_set_enum(value, priv->forceall);
      break;

    default:
      /* Invalid property */
      G_OBJECT_WARN_INVALID_PROPERTY_ID(object, property_id, pspec);
  }
}

static void
guestfs_e2fsck_finalize(GObject *object)
{
  GuestfsE2fsck *self = GUESTFS_E2FSCK(object);
  GuestfsE2fsckPrivate *priv = self->priv;


  G_OBJECT_CLASS(guestfs_e2fsck_parent_class)->finalize(object);
}

static void
guestfs_e2fsck_class_init(GuestfsE2fsckClass *klass)
{
  GObjectClass *object_class = G_OBJECT_CLASS(klass);
  GParamSpec *pspec;

  object_class->set_property = guestfs_e2fsck_set_property;
  object_class->get_property = guestfs_e2fsck_get_property;

  pspec = g_param_spec_enum("correct", "correct", NULL, GUESTFS_TYPE_TRISTATE, GUESTFS_TRISTATE_NONE, G_PARAM_CONSTRUCT | G_PARAM_READWRITE | G_PARAM_STATIC_STRINGS);
  g_object_class_install_property(object_class, PROP_GUESTFS_E2FSCK_CORRECT, pspec);

  pspec = g_param_spec_enum("forceall", "forceall", NULL, GUESTFS_TYPE_TRISTATE, GUESTFS_TRISTATE_NONE, G_PARAM_CONSTRUCT | G_PARAM_READWRITE | G_PARAM_STATIC_STRINGS);
  g_object_class_install_property(object_class, PROP_GUESTFS_E2FSCK_FORCEALL, pspec);

  object_class->finalize = guestfs_e2fsck_finalize;
  g_type_class_add_private(klass, sizeof(GuestfsE2fsckPrivate));
}

static void
guestfs_e2fsck_init(GuestfsE2fsck *o)
{
  o->priv = GUESTFS_E2FSCK_GET_PRIVATE(o);
  /* XXX: Find out if gobject already zeroes private structs */
  memset(o->priv, 0, sizeof(GuestfsE2fsckPrivate));
}

/**
 * guestfs_e2fsck_new:
 *
 * Create a new GuestfsE2fsck object
 *
 * Returns: (transfer full): a new GuestfsE2fsck object
 */
GuestfsE2fsck *
guestfs_e2fsck_new(void)
{
  return GUESTFS_E2FSCK(g_object_new(GUESTFS_TYPE_E2FSCK, NULL));
}

/* Generated methods */

/**
 * guestfs_session_test0:
 * @str: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @optstr: (transfer none) (type utf8) (allow-none):
 * @strlist: (transfer none) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of strings
 * @b:
 * @integer:
 * @integer64:
 * @filein: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @fileout: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @bufferin: (transfer none) (array length=bufferin_size) (element-type guint8): an array of binary data
 *
 * internal test function - do not use
 *
 * This is an internal test function which is used to test
 * whether the automatically generated bindings can handle
 * every possible parameter type correctly.
 * 
 * It echos the contents of each parameter to stdout.
 * 
 * You probably don't want to call this function.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_test0(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *str, const gchar *optstr, gchar *const *strlist, gboolean b, gint32 integer, gint64 integer64, const gchar *filein, const gchar *fileout, const guint8 *bufferin, gsize bufferin_size, GCancellable *cancellable, GError **err)
{
  /* Check we haven't already been cancelled */
  if (g_cancellable_set_error_if_cancelled (cancellable, err))
    return FALSE;

  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  gulong id = 0;
  if (cancellable) {
    id = g_cancellable_connect(cancellable,
                               G_CALLBACK(cancelled_handler),
                               g, NULL);
  }

  int ret = guestfs_test0(g, str, optstr, strlist, b, integer, integer64, filein, fileout, bufferin, bufferin_size);
  g_cancellable_disconnect(cancellable, id);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_test0rint:
 * @val: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * internal test function - do not use
 *
 * This is an internal test function which is used to test
 * whether the automatically generated bindings can handle
 * every possible return type correctly.
 * 
 * It converts string "val" to the return type.
 * 
 * You probably don't want to call this function.
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint32
guestfs_session_test0rint(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *val, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_test0rint(g, val);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_test0rinterr:
 *
 * internal test function - do not use
 *
 * This is an internal test function which is used to test
 * whether the automatically generated bindings can handle
 * every possible return type correctly.
 * 
 * This function always returns an error.
 * 
 * You probably don't want to call this function.
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint32
guestfs_session_test0rinterr(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_test0rinterr(g);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_test0rint64:
 * @val: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * internal test function - do not use
 *
 * This is an internal test function which is used to test
 * whether the automatically generated bindings can handle
 * every possible return type correctly.
 * 
 * It converts string "val" to the return type.
 * 
 * You probably don't want to call this function.
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint64
guestfs_session_test0rint64(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *val, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int64_t ret = guestfs_test0rint64(g, val);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_test0rint64err:
 *
 * internal test function - do not use
 *
 * This is an internal test function which is used to test
 * whether the automatically generated bindings can handle
 * every possible return type correctly.
 * 
 * This function always returns an error.
 * 
 * You probably don't want to call this function.
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint64
guestfs_session_test0rint64err(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int64_t ret = guestfs_test0rint64err(g);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_test0rbool:
 * @val: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * internal test function - do not use
 *
 * This is an internal test function which is used to test
 * whether the automatically generated bindings can handle
 * every possible return type correctly.
 * 
 * It converts string "val" to the return type.
 * 
 * You probably don't want to call this function.
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint8
guestfs_session_test0rbool(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *val, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_test0rbool(g, val);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_test0rboolerr:
 *
 * internal test function - do not use
 *
 * This is an internal test function which is used to test
 * whether the automatically generated bindings can handle
 * every possible return type correctly.
 * 
 * This function always returns an error.
 * 
 * You probably don't want to call this function.
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint8
guestfs_session_test0rboolerr(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_test0rboolerr(g);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_test0rconststring:
 * @val: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * internal test function - do not use
 *
 * This is an internal test function which is used to test
 * whether the automatically generated bindings can handle
 * every possible return type correctly.
 * 
 * It converts string "val" to the return type.
 * 
 * You probably don't want to call this function.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer none): the returned string, or NULL on error
 */
const gchar *
guestfs_session_test0rconststring(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *val, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  const char *ret = guestfs_test0rconststring(g, val);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_test0rconststringerr:
 *
 * internal test function - do not use
 *
 * This is an internal test function which is used to test
 * whether the automatically generated bindings can handle
 * every possible return type correctly.
 * 
 * This function always returns an error.
 * 
 * You probably don't want to call this function.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer none): the returned string, or NULL on error
 */
const gchar *
guestfs_session_test0rconststringerr(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  const char *ret = guestfs_test0rconststringerr(g);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_test0rconstoptstring:
 * @val: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * internal test function - do not use
 *
 * This is an internal test function which is used to test
 * whether the automatically generated bindings can handle
 * every possible return type correctly.
 * 
 * It converts string "val" to the return type.
 * 
 * You probably don't want to call this function.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer none): the returned string. Note that NULL does not indicate error
 */
const gchar *
guestfs_session_test0rconstoptstring(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *val)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  const char *ret = guestfs_test0rconstoptstring(g, val);

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_test0rconstoptstringerr:
 *
 * internal test function - do not use
 *
 * This is an internal test function which is used to test
 * whether the automatically generated bindings can handle
 * every possible return type correctly.
 * 
 * This function always returns an error.
 * 
 * You probably don't want to call this function.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer none): the returned string. Note that NULL does not indicate error
 */
const gchar *
guestfs_session_test0rconstoptstringerr(GuestfsSession *session)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  const char *ret = guestfs_test0rconstoptstringerr(g);

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_test0rstring:
 * @val: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * internal test function - do not use
 *
 * This is an internal test function which is used to test
 * whether the automatically generated bindings can handle
 * every possible return type correctly.
 * 
 * It converts string "val" to the return type.
 * 
 * You probably don't want to call this function.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full): the returned string, or NULL on error
 */
gchar *
guestfs_session_test0rstring(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *val, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char *ret = guestfs_test0rstring(g, val);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_test0rstringerr:
 *
 * internal test function - do not use
 *
 * This is an internal test function which is used to test
 * whether the automatically generated bindings can handle
 * every possible return type correctly.
 * 
 * This function always returns an error.
 * 
 * You probably don't want to call this function.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full): the returned string, or NULL on error
 */
gchar *
guestfs_session_test0rstringerr(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char *ret = guestfs_test0rstringerr(g);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_test0rstringlist:
 * @val: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * internal test function - do not use
 *
 * This is an internal test function which is used to test
 * whether the automatically generated bindings can handle
 * every possible return type correctly.
 * 
 * It converts string "val" to the return type.
 * 
 * You probably don't want to call this function.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of returned strings, or NULL on error
 */
gchar **
guestfs_session_test0rstringlist(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *val, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char **ret = guestfs_test0rstringlist(g, val);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_test0rstringlisterr:
 *
 * internal test function - do not use
 *
 * This is an internal test function which is used to test
 * whether the automatically generated bindings can handle
 * every possible return type correctly.
 * 
 * This function always returns an error.
 * 
 * You probably don't want to call this function.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of returned strings, or NULL on error
 */
gchar **
guestfs_session_test0rstringlisterr(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char **ret = guestfs_test0rstringlisterr(g);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_test0rstruct:
 * @val: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * internal test function - do not use
 *
 * This is an internal test function which is used to test
 * whether the automatically generated bindings can handle
 * every possible return type correctly.
 * 
 * It converts string "val" to the return type.
 * 
 * You probably don't want to call this function.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full): a PV object, or NULL on error
 */
GuestfsPV *
guestfs_session_test0rstruct(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *val, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  struct guestfs_lvm_pv *ret = guestfs_test0rstruct(g, val);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  GuestfsPV *s = g_slice_new(GuestfsPV);
  s->pv_name = g_strdup(ret->pv_name);
  memcpy(s->pv_uuid, ret->pv_uuid, sizeof(s->pv_uuid));
  s->pv_fmt = g_strdup(ret->pv_fmt);
  s->pv_size = ret->pv_size;
  s->dev_size = ret->dev_size;
  s->pv_free = ret->pv_free;
  s->pv_used = ret->pv_used;
  s->pv_attr = g_strdup(ret->pv_attr);
  s->pv_pe_count = ret->pv_pe_count;
  s->pv_pe_alloc_count = ret->pv_pe_alloc_count;
  s->pv_tags = g_strdup(ret->pv_tags);
  s->pe_start = ret->pe_start;
  s->pv_mda_count = ret->pv_mda_count;
  s->pv_mda_free = ret->pv_mda_free;
  guestfs_free_lvm_pv(ret);
  return s;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_test0rstructerr:
 *
 * internal test function - do not use
 *
 * This is an internal test function which is used to test
 * whether the automatically generated bindings can handle
 * every possible return type correctly.
 * 
 * This function always returns an error.
 * 
 * You probably don't want to call this function.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full): a PV object, or NULL on error
 */
GuestfsPV *
guestfs_session_test0rstructerr(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  struct guestfs_lvm_pv *ret = guestfs_test0rstructerr(g);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  GuestfsPV *s = g_slice_new(GuestfsPV);
  s->pv_name = g_strdup(ret->pv_name);
  memcpy(s->pv_uuid, ret->pv_uuid, sizeof(s->pv_uuid));
  s->pv_fmt = g_strdup(ret->pv_fmt);
  s->pv_size = ret->pv_size;
  s->dev_size = ret->dev_size;
  s->pv_free = ret->pv_free;
  s->pv_used = ret->pv_used;
  s->pv_attr = g_strdup(ret->pv_attr);
  s->pv_pe_count = ret->pv_pe_count;
  s->pv_pe_alloc_count = ret->pv_pe_alloc_count;
  s->pv_tags = g_strdup(ret->pv_tags);
  s->pe_start = ret->pe_start;
  s->pv_mda_count = ret->pv_mda_count;
  s->pv_mda_free = ret->pv_mda_free;
  guestfs_free_lvm_pv(ret);
  return s;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_test0rstructlist:
 * @val: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * internal test function - do not use
 *
 * This is an internal test function which is used to test
 * whether the automatically generated bindings can handle
 * every possible return type correctly.
 * 
 * It converts string "val" to the return type.
 * 
 * You probably don't want to call this function.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type GuestfsPV): an array of PV objects, or NULL on error
 */
GuestfsPV **
guestfs_session_test0rstructlist(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *val, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  struct guestfs_lvm_pv_list *ret = guestfs_test0rstructlist(g, val);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  GuestfsPV **l = g_malloc(sizeof(GuestfsPV*) * (ret->len + 1));
  gsize i;
  for(i = 0; i < ret->len; i++) {
    GuestfsPV *s = g_slice_new(GuestfsPV);
    s->pv_name = g_strdup(ret->val[i].pv_name);
    memcpy(s->pv_uuid, ret->val[i].pv_uuid, sizeof(s->pv_uuid));
    s->pv_fmt = g_strdup(ret->val[i].pv_fmt);
    s->pv_size = ret->val[i].pv_size;
    s->dev_size = ret->val[i].dev_size;
    s->pv_free = ret->val[i].pv_free;
    s->pv_used = ret->val[i].pv_used;
    s->pv_attr = g_strdup(ret->val[i].pv_attr);
    s->pv_pe_count = ret->val[i].pv_pe_count;
    s->pv_pe_alloc_count = ret->val[i].pv_pe_alloc_count;
    s->pv_tags = g_strdup(ret->val[i].pv_tags);
    s->pe_start = ret->val[i].pe_start;
    s->pv_mda_count = ret->val[i].pv_mda_count;
    s->pv_mda_free = ret->val[i].pv_mda_free;
    l[i] = s;
  }
  guestfs_free_lvm_pv_list(ret);
  l[i] = NULL;
  return l;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_test0rstructlisterr:
 *
 * internal test function - do not use
 *
 * This is an internal test function which is used to test
 * whether the automatically generated bindings can handle
 * every possible return type correctly.
 * 
 * This function always returns an error.
 * 
 * You probably don't want to call this function.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type GuestfsPV): an array of PV objects, or NULL on error
 */
GuestfsPV **
guestfs_session_test0rstructlisterr(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  struct guestfs_lvm_pv_list *ret = guestfs_test0rstructlisterr(g);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  GuestfsPV **l = g_malloc(sizeof(GuestfsPV*) * (ret->len + 1));
  gsize i;
  for(i = 0; i < ret->len; i++) {
    GuestfsPV *s = g_slice_new(GuestfsPV);
    s->pv_name = g_strdup(ret->val[i].pv_name);
    memcpy(s->pv_uuid, ret->val[i].pv_uuid, sizeof(s->pv_uuid));
    s->pv_fmt = g_strdup(ret->val[i].pv_fmt);
    s->pv_size = ret->val[i].pv_size;
    s->dev_size = ret->val[i].dev_size;
    s->pv_free = ret->val[i].pv_free;
    s->pv_used = ret->val[i].pv_used;
    s->pv_attr = g_strdup(ret->val[i].pv_attr);
    s->pv_pe_count = ret->val[i].pv_pe_count;
    s->pv_pe_alloc_count = ret->val[i].pv_pe_alloc_count;
    s->pv_tags = g_strdup(ret->val[i].pv_tags);
    s->pe_start = ret->val[i].pe_start;
    s->pv_mda_count = ret->val[i].pv_mda_count;
    s->pv_mda_free = ret->val[i].pv_mda_free;
    l[i] = s;
  }
  guestfs_free_lvm_pv_list(ret);
  l[i] = NULL;
  return l;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_test0rhashtable:
 * @val: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * internal test function - do not use
 *
 * This is an internal test function which is used to test
 * whether the automatically generated bindings can handle
 * every possible return type correctly.
 * 
 * It converts string "val" to the return type.
 * 
 * You probably don't want to call this function.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (element-type utf8 utf8): a GHashTable of results, or NULL on error
 */
GHashTable *
guestfs_session_test0rhashtable(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *val, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char **ret = guestfs_test0rhashtable(g, val);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  GHashTable *h = g_hash_table_new_full(g_str_hash, g_str_equal, g_free, g_free);
  char **i = ret;
  while (*i) {
    char *key = *i; i++;
    char *value = *i; i++;
    g_hash_table_insert(h, key, value);
  };
  g_free(ret);
  return h;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_test0rhashtableerr:
 *
 * internal test function - do not use
 *
 * This is an internal test function which is used to test
 * whether the automatically generated bindings can handle
 * every possible return type correctly.
 * 
 * This function always returns an error.
 * 
 * You probably don't want to call this function.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (element-type utf8 utf8): a GHashTable of results, or NULL on error
 */
GHashTable *
guestfs_session_test0rhashtableerr(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char **ret = guestfs_test0rhashtableerr(g);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  GHashTable *h = g_hash_table_new_full(g_str_hash, g_str_equal, g_free, g_free);
  char **i = ret;
  while (*i) {
    char *key = *i; i++;
    char *value = *i; i++;
    g_hash_table_insert(h, key, value);
  };
  g_free(ret);
  return h;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_launch:
 *
 * launch the qemu subprocess
 *
 * Internally libguestfs is implemented by running a
 * virtual machine using qemu(1).
 * 
 * You should call this after configuring the handle (eg.
 * adding drives) but before performing any actions.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_launch(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_launch(g);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_wait_ready:
 *
 * wait until the qemu subprocess launches (no op)
 *
 * This function is a no op.
 * 
 * In versions of the API < 1.0.71 you had to call this
 * function just after calling "guestfs_launch" to wait for
 * the launch to complete. However this is no longer
 * necessary because "guestfs_launch" now does the waiting.
 * 
 * If you see any calls to this function in code then you
 * can just remove them, unless you want to retain
 * compatibility with older versions of the API.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_wait_ready(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_wait_ready(g);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_kill_subprocess:
 *
 * kill the qemu subprocess
 *
 * This kills the qemu subprocess. You should never need to
 * call this.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_kill_subprocess(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_kill_subprocess(g);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_add_drive:
 * @filename: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * add an image to examine or modify
 *
 * This function is the equivalent of calling
 * "guestfs_add_drive_opts" with no optional parameters, so
 * the disk is added writable, with the format being
 * detected automatically.
 * 
 * Automatic detection of the format opens you up to a
 * potential security hole when dealing with untrusted
 * raw-format images. See CVE-2010-3851 and RHBZ#642934.
 * Specifying the format closes this security hole.
 * Therefore you should think about replacing calls to this
 * function with calls to "guestfs_add_drive_opts", and
 * specifying the format.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_add_drive(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *filename, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_add_drive(g, filename);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_add_cdrom:
 * @filename: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * add a CD-ROM disk image to examine
 *
 * This function adds a virtual CD-ROM disk image to the
 * guest.
 * 
 * This is equivalent to the qemu parameter *-cdrom
 * filename*.
 * 
 * Notes:
 * 
 * *   This call checks for the existence of "filename".
 * This stops you from specifying other types of drive
 * which are supported by qemu such as "nbd:" and
 * "http:" URLs. To specify those, use the general
 * "guestfs_config" call instead.
 * 
 * *   If you just want to add an ISO file (often you use
 * this as an efficient way to transfer large files
 * into the guest), then you should probably use
 * "guestfs_add_drive_ro" instead.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_add_cdrom(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *filename, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_add_cdrom(g, filename);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_add_drive_ro:
 * @filename: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * add a drive in snapshot mode (read-only)
 *
 * This function is the equivalent of calling
 * "guestfs_add_drive_opts" with the optional parameter
 * "GUESTFS_ADD_DRIVE_OPTS_READONLY" set to 1, so the disk
 * is added read-only, with the format being detected
 * automatically.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_add_drive_ro(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *filename, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_add_drive_ro(g, filename);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_config:
 * @qemuparam: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @qemuvalue: (transfer none) (type utf8) (allow-none):
 *
 * add qemu parameters
 *
 * This can be used to add arbitrary qemu command line
 * parameters of the form *-param value*. Actually it's not
 * quite arbitrary - we prevent you from setting some
 * parameters which would interfere with parameters that we
 * use.
 * 
 * The first character of "param" string must be a "-"
 * (dash).
 * 
 * "value" can be NULL.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_config(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *qemuparam, const gchar *qemuvalue, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_config(g, qemuparam, qemuvalue);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_set_qemu:
 * @qemu: (transfer none) (type utf8) (allow-none):
 *
 * set the qemu binary
 *
 * Set the qemu binary that we will use.
 * 
 * The default is chosen when the library was compiled by
 * the configure script.
 * 
 * You can also override this by setting the
 * "LIBGUESTFS_QEMU" environment variable.
 * 
 * Setting "qemu" to "NULL" restores the default qemu
 * binary.
 * 
 * Note that you should call this function as early as
 * possible after creating the handle. This is because some
 * pre-launch operations depend on testing qemu features
 * (by running "qemu -help"). If the qemu binary changes,
 * we don't retest features, and so you might see
 * inconsistent results. Using the environment variable
 * "LIBGUESTFS_QEMU" is safest of all since that picks the
 * qemu binary at the same time as the handle is created.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_set_qemu(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *qemu, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_set_qemu(g, qemu);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_get_qemu:
 *
 * get the qemu binary
 *
 * Return the current qemu binary.
 * 
 * This is always non-NULL. If it wasn't set already, then
 * this will return the default qemu binary name.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer none): the returned string, or NULL on error
 */
const gchar *
guestfs_session_get_qemu(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  const char *ret = guestfs_get_qemu(g);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_set_path:
 * @searchpath: (transfer none) (type utf8) (allow-none):
 *
 * set the search path
 *
 * Set the path that libguestfs searches for kernel and
 * initrd.img.
 * 
 * The default is "$libdir/guestfs" unless overridden by
 * setting "LIBGUESTFS_PATH" environment variable.
 * 
 * Setting "path" to "NULL" restores the default path.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_set_path(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *searchpath, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_set_path(g, searchpath);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_get_path:
 *
 * get the search path
 *
 * Return the current search path.
 * 
 * This is always non-NULL. If it wasn't set already, then
 * this will return the default path.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer none): the returned string, or NULL on error
 */
const gchar *
guestfs_session_get_path(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  const char *ret = guestfs_get_path(g);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_set_append:
 * @append: (transfer none) (type utf8) (allow-none):
 *
 * add options to kernel command line
 *
 * This function is used to add additional options to the
 * guest kernel command line.
 * 
 * The default is "NULL" unless overridden by setting
 * "LIBGUESTFS_APPEND" environment variable.
 * 
 * Setting "append" to "NULL" means *no* additional options
 * are passed (libguestfs always adds a few of its own).
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_set_append(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *append, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_set_append(g, append);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_get_append:
 *
 * get the additional kernel options
 *
 * Return the additional kernel options which are added to
 * the guest kernel command line.
 * 
 * If "NULL" then no options are added.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer none): the returned string. Note that NULL does not indicate error
 */
const gchar *
guestfs_session_get_append(GuestfsSession *session)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  const char *ret = guestfs_get_append(g);

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_set_autosync:
 * @autosync:
 *
 * set autosync mode
 *
 * If "autosync" is true, this enables autosync. Libguestfs
 * will make a best effort attempt to make filesystems
 * consistent and synchronized when the handle is closed
 * (also if the program exits without closing handles).
 * 
 * This is enabled by default (since libguestfs 1.5.24,
 * previously it was disabled by default).
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_set_autosync(GuestfsSession *session, gboolean autosync, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_set_autosync(g, autosync);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_get_autosync:
 *
 * get autosync mode
 *
 * Get the autosync flag.
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint8
guestfs_session_get_autosync(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_get_autosync(g);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_set_verbose:
 * @verbose:
 *
 * set verbose mode
 *
 * If "verbose" is true, this turns on verbose messages.
 * 
 * Verbose messages are disabled unless the environment
 * variable "LIBGUESTFS_DEBUG" is defined and set to 1.
 * 
 * Verbose messages are normally sent to "stderr", unless
 * you register a callback to send them somewhere else (see
 * "guestfs_set_event_callback").
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_set_verbose(GuestfsSession *session, gboolean verbose, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_set_verbose(g, verbose);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_get_verbose:
 *
 * get verbose mode
 *
 * This returns the verbose messages flag.
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint8
guestfs_session_get_verbose(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_get_verbose(g);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_is_ready:
 *
 * is ready to accept commands
 *
 * This returns true iff this handle is ready to accept
 * commands (in the "READY" state).
 * 
 * For more information on states, see guestfs(3).
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint8
guestfs_session_is_ready(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_is_ready(g);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_is_config:
 *
 * is in configuration state
 *
 * This returns true iff this handle is being configured
 * (in the "CONFIG" state).
 * 
 * For more information on states, see guestfs(3).
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint8
guestfs_session_is_config(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_is_config(g);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_is_launching:
 *
 * is launching subprocess
 *
 * This returns true iff this handle is launching the
 * subprocess (in the "LAUNCHING" state).
 * 
 * For more information on states, see guestfs(3).
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint8
guestfs_session_is_launching(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_is_launching(g);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_is_busy:
 *
 * is busy processing a command
 *
 * This returns true iff this handle is busy processing a
 * command (in the "BUSY" state).
 * 
 * For more information on states, see guestfs(3).
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint8
guestfs_session_is_busy(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_is_busy(g);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_get_state:
 *
 * get the current state
 *
 * This returns the current state as an opaque integer.
 * This is only useful for printing debug and internal
 * error messages.
 * 
 * For more information on states, see guestfs(3).
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint32
guestfs_session_get_state(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_get_state(g);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_set_memsize:
 * @memsize:
 *
 * set memory allocated to the qemu subprocess
 *
 * This sets the memory size in megabytes allocated to the
 * qemu subprocess. This only has any effect if called
 * before "guestfs_launch".
 * 
 * You can also change this by setting the environment
 * variable "LIBGUESTFS_MEMSIZE" before the handle is
 * created.
 * 
 * For more information on the architecture of libguestfs,
 * see guestfs(3).
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_set_memsize(GuestfsSession *session, gint32 memsize, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_set_memsize(g, memsize);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_get_memsize:
 *
 * get memory allocated to the qemu subprocess
 *
 * This gets the memory size in megabytes allocated to the
 * qemu subprocess.
 * 
 * If "guestfs_set_memsize" was not called on this handle,
 * and if "LIBGUESTFS_MEMSIZE" was not set, then this
 * returns the compiled-in default value for memsize.
 * 
 * For more information on the architecture of libguestfs,
 * see guestfs(3).
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint32
guestfs_session_get_memsize(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_get_memsize(g);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_get_pid:
 *
 * get PID of qemu subprocess
 *
 * Return the process ID of the qemu subprocess. If there
 * is no qemu subprocess, then this will return an error.
 * 
 * This is an internal call used for debugging and testing.
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint32
guestfs_session_get_pid(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_get_pid(g);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_version:
 *
 * get the library version number
 *
 * Return the libguestfs version number that the program is
 * linked against.
 * 
 * Note that because of dynamic linking this is not
 * necessarily the version of libguestfs that you compiled
 * against. You can compile the program, and then at
 * runtime dynamically link against a completely different
 * "libguestfs.so" library.
 * 
 * This call was added in version 1.0.58. In previous
 * versions of libguestfs there was no way to get the
 * version number. From C code you can use dynamic linker
 * functions to find out if this symbol exists (if it
 * doesn't, then it's an earlier version).
 * 
 * The call returns a structure with four elements. The
 * first three ("major", "minor" and "release") are numbers
 * and correspond to the usual version triplet. The fourth
 * element ("extra") is a string and is normally empty, but
 * may be used for distro-specific information.
 * 
 * To construct the original version string:
 * "$major.$minor.$release$extra"
 * 
 * See also: "LIBGUESTFS VERSION NUMBERS" in guestfs(3).
 * 
 * *Note:* Don't use this call to test for availability of
 * features. In enterprise distributions we backport
 * features from later versions into earlier versions,
 * making this an unreliable way to test for features. Use
 * "guestfs_available" instead.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full): a Version object, or NULL on error
 */
GuestfsVersion *
guestfs_session_version(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  struct guestfs_version *ret = guestfs_version(g);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  GuestfsVersion *s = g_slice_new(GuestfsVersion);
  s->major = ret->major;
  s->minor = ret->minor;
  s->release = ret->release;
  s->extra = g_strdup(ret->extra);
  guestfs_free_version(ret);
  return s;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_set_selinux:
 * @selinux:
 *
 * set SELinux enabled or disabled at appliance boot
 *
 * This sets the selinux flag that is passed to the
 * appliance at boot time. The default is "selinux=0"
 * (disabled).
 * 
 * Note that if SELinux is enabled, it is always in
 * Permissive mode ("enforcing=0").
 * 
 * For more information on the architecture of libguestfs,
 * see guestfs(3).
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_set_selinux(GuestfsSession *session, gboolean selinux, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_set_selinux(g, selinux);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_get_selinux:
 *
 * get SELinux enabled flag
 *
 * This returns the current setting of the selinux flag
 * which is passed to the appliance at boot time. See
 * "guestfs_set_selinux".
 * 
 * For more information on the architecture of libguestfs,
 * see guestfs(3).
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint8
guestfs_session_get_selinux(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_get_selinux(g);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_set_trace:
 * @trace:
 *
 * enable or disable command traces
 *
 * If the command trace flag is set to 1, then libguestfs
 * calls, parameters and return values are traced.
 * 
 * If you want to trace C API calls into libguestfs (and
 * other libraries) then possibly a better way is to use
 * the external ltrace(1) command.
 * 
 * Command traces are disabled unless the environment
 * variable "LIBGUESTFS_TRACE" is defined and set to 1.
 * 
 * Trace messages are normally sent to "stderr", unless you
 * register a callback to send them somewhere else (see
 * "guestfs_set_event_callback").
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_set_trace(GuestfsSession *session, gboolean trace, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_set_trace(g, trace);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_get_trace:
 *
 * get command trace enabled flag
 *
 * Return the command trace flag.
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint8
guestfs_session_get_trace(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_get_trace(g);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_set_direct:
 * @direct:
 *
 * enable or disable direct appliance mode
 *
 * If the direct appliance mode flag is enabled, then stdin
 * and stdout are passed directly through to the appliance
 * once it is launched.
 * 
 * One consequence of this is that log messages aren't
 * caught by the library and handled by
 * "guestfs_set_log_message_callback", but go straight to
 * stdout.
 * 
 * You probably don't want to use this unless you know what
 * you are doing.
 * 
 * The default is disabled.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_set_direct(GuestfsSession *session, gboolean direct, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_set_direct(g, direct);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_get_direct:
 *
 * get direct appliance mode flag
 *
 * Return the direct appliance mode flag.
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint8
guestfs_session_get_direct(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_get_direct(g);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_set_recovery_proc:
 * @recoveryproc:
 *
 * enable or disable the recovery process
 *
 * If this is called with the parameter "false" then
 * "guestfs_launch" does not create a recovery process. The
 * purpose of the recovery process is to stop runaway qemu
 * processes in the case where the main program aborts
 * abruptly.
 * 
 * This only has any effect if called before
 * "guestfs_launch", and the default is true.
 * 
 * About the only time when you would want to disable this
 * is if the main process will fork itself into the
 * background ("daemonize" itself). In this case the
 * recovery process thinks that the main program has
 * disappeared and so kills qemu, which is not very
 * helpful.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_set_recovery_proc(GuestfsSession *session, gboolean recoveryproc, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_set_recovery_proc(g, recoveryproc);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_get_recovery_proc:
 *
 * get recovery process enabled flag
 *
 * Return the recovery process enabled flag.
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint8
guestfs_session_get_recovery_proc(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_get_recovery_proc(g);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_add_drive_with_if:
 * @filename: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @iface: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * add a drive specifying the QEMU block emulation to use
 *
 * This is the same as "guestfs_add_drive" but it allows
 * you to specify the QEMU interface emulation to use at
 * run time.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_add_drive_with_if(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *filename, const gchar *iface, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_add_drive_with_if(g, filename, iface);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_add_drive_ro_with_if:
 * @filename: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @iface: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * add a drive read-only specifying the QEMU block emulation to use
 *
 * This is the same as "guestfs_add_drive_ro" but it allows
 * you to specify the QEMU interface emulation to use at
 * run time.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_add_drive_ro_with_if(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *filename, const gchar *iface, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_add_drive_ro_with_if(g, filename, iface);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_file_architecture:
 * @filename: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * detect the architecture of a binary file
 *
 * This detects the architecture of the binary "filename",
 * and returns it if known.
 * 
 * Currently defined architectures are:
 * 
 * "i386"
 * This string is returned for all 32 bit i386, i486,
 * i586, i686 binaries irrespective of the precise
 * processor requirements of the binary.
 * 
 * "x86_64"
 * 64 bit x86-64.
 * 
 * "sparc"
 * 32 bit SPARC.
 * 
 * "sparc64"
 * 64 bit SPARC V9 and above.
 * 
 * "ia64"
 * Intel Itanium.
 * 
 * "ppc"
 * 32 bit Power PC.
 * 
 * "ppc64"
 * 64 bit Power PC.
 * 
 * Libguestfs may return other architecture strings in
 * future.
 * 
 * The function works on at least the following types of
 * files:
 * 
 * *   many types of Un*x and Linux binary
 * 
 * *   many types of Un*x and Linux shared library
 * 
 * *   Windows Win32 and Win64 binaries
 * 
 * *   Windows Win32 and Win64 DLLs
 * 
 * Win32 binaries and DLLs return "i386".
 * 
 * Win64 binaries and DLLs return "x86_64".
 * 
 * *   Linux kernel modules
 * 
 * *   Linux new-style initrd images
 * 
 * *   some non-x86 Linux vmlinuz kernels
 * 
 * What it can't do currently:
 * 
 * *   static libraries (libfoo.a)
 * 
 * *   Linux old-style initrd as compressed ext2 filesystem
 * (RHEL 3)
 * 
 * *   x86 Linux vmlinuz kernels
 * 
 * x86 vmlinuz images (bzImage format) consist of a mix
 * of 16-, 32- and compressed code, and are horribly
 * hard to unpack. If you want to find the architecture
 * of a kernel, use the architecture of the associated
 * initrd or kernel module(s) instead.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full): the returned string, or NULL on error
 */
gchar *
guestfs_session_file_architecture(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *filename, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char *ret = guestfs_file_architecture(g, filename);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_inspect_os:
 *
 * inspect disk and return list of operating systems found
 *
 * This function uses other libguestfs functions and
 * certain heuristics to inspect the disk(s) (usually disks
 * belonging to a virtual machine), looking for operating
 * systems.
 * 
 * The list returned is empty if no operating systems were
 * found.
 * 
 * If one operating system was found, then this returns a
 * list with a single element, which is the name of the
 * root filesystem of this operating system. It is also
 * possible for this function to return a list containing
 * more than one element, indicating a dual-boot or
 * multi-boot virtual machine, with each element being the
 * root filesystem of one of the operating systems.
 * 
 * You can pass the root string(s) returned to other
 * "guestfs_inspect_get_*" functions in order to query
 * further information about each operating system, such as
 * the name and version.
 * 
 * This function uses other libguestfs features such as
 * "guestfs_mount_ro" and "guestfs_umount_all" in order to
 * mount and unmount filesystems and look at the contents.
 * This should be called with no disks currently mounted.
 * The function may also use Augeas, so any existing Augeas
 * handle will be closed.
 * 
 * This function cannot decrypt encrypted disks. The caller
 * must do that first (supplying the necessary keys) if the
 * disk is encrypted.
 * 
 * Please read "INSPECTION" in guestfs(3) for more details.
 * 
 * See also "guestfs_list_filesystems".
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of returned strings, or NULL on error
 */
gchar **
guestfs_session_inspect_os(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char **ret = guestfs_inspect_os(g);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_inspect_get_type:
 * @root: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * get type of inspected operating system
 *
 * This returns the type of the inspected operating system.
 * Currently defined types are:
 * 
 * "linux"
 * Any Linux-based operating system.
 * 
 * "windows"
 * Any Microsoft Windows operating system.
 * 
 * "freebsd"
 * FreeBSD.
 * 
 * "netbsd"
 * NetBSD.
 * 
 * "hurd"
 * GNU/Hurd.
 * 
 * "unknown"
 * The operating system type could not be determined.
 * 
 * Future versions of libguestfs may return other strings
 * here. The caller should be prepared to handle any
 * string.
 * 
 * Please read "INSPECTION" in guestfs(3) for more details.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full): the returned string, or NULL on error
 */
gchar *
guestfs_session_inspect_get_type(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *root, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char *ret = guestfs_inspect_get_type(g, root);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_inspect_get_arch:
 * @root: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * get architecture of inspected operating system
 *
 * This returns the architecture of the inspected operating
 * system. The possible return values are listed under
 * "guestfs_file_architecture".
 * 
 * If the architecture could not be determined, then the
 * string "unknown" is returned.
 * 
 * Please read "INSPECTION" in guestfs(3) for more details.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full): the returned string, or NULL on error
 */
gchar *
guestfs_session_inspect_get_arch(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *root, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char *ret = guestfs_inspect_get_arch(g, root);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_inspect_get_distro:
 * @root: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * get distro of inspected operating system
 *
 * This returns the distro (distribution) of the inspected
 * operating system.
 * 
 * Currently defined distros are:
 * 
 * "archlinux"
 * Arch Linux.
 * 
 * "centos"
 * CentOS.
 * 
 * "debian"
 * Debian.
 * 
 * "fedora"
 * Fedora.
 * 
 * "gentoo"
 * Gentoo.
 * 
 * "linuxmint"
 * Linux Mint.
 * 
 * "mageia"
 * Mageia.
 * 
 * "mandriva"
 * Mandriva.
 * 
 * "meego"
 * MeeGo.
 * 
 * "opensuse"
 * OpenSUSE.
 * 
 * "pardus"
 * Pardus.
 * 
 * "redhat-based"
 * Some Red Hat-derived distro.
 * 
 * "rhel"
 * Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
 * 
 * "scientificlinux"
 * Scientific Linux.
 * 
 * "slackware"
 * Slackware.
 * 
 * "ttylinux"
 * ttylinux.
 * 
 * "ubuntu"
 * Ubuntu.
 * 
 * "unknown"
 * The distro could not be determined.
 * 
 * "windows"
 * Windows does not have distributions. This string is
 * returned if the OS type is Windows.
 * 
 * Future versions of libguestfs may return other strings
 * here. The caller should be prepared to handle any
 * string.
 * 
 * Please read "INSPECTION" in guestfs(3) for more details.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full): the returned string, or NULL on error
 */
gchar *
guestfs_session_inspect_get_distro(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *root, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char *ret = guestfs_inspect_get_distro(g, root);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_inspect_get_major_version:
 * @root: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * get major version of inspected operating system
 *
 * This returns the major version number of the inspected
 * operating system.
 * 
 * Windows uses a consistent versioning scheme which is
 * *not* reflected in the popular public names used by the
 * operating system. Notably the operating system known as
 * "Windows 7" is really version 6.1 (ie. major = 6, minor
 * = 1). You can find out the real versions corresponding
 * to releases of Windows by consulting Wikipedia or MSDN.
 * 
 * If the version could not be determined, then 0 is
 * returned.
 * 
 * Please read "INSPECTION" in guestfs(3) for more details.
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint32
guestfs_session_inspect_get_major_version(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *root, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_inspect_get_major_version(g, root);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_inspect_get_minor_version:
 * @root: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * get minor version of inspected operating system
 *
 * This returns the minor version number of the inspected
 * operating system.
 * 
 * If the version could not be determined, then 0 is
 * returned.
 * 
 * Please read "INSPECTION" in guestfs(3) for more details.
 * See also "guestfs_inspect_get_major_version".
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint32
guestfs_session_inspect_get_minor_version(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *root, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_inspect_get_minor_version(g, root);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_inspect_get_product_name:
 * @root: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * get product name of inspected operating system
 *
 * This returns the product name of the inspected operating
 * system. The product name is generally some freeform
 * string which can be displayed to the user, but should
 * not be parsed by programs.
 * 
 * If the product name could not be determined, then the
 * string "unknown" is returned.
 * 
 * Please read "INSPECTION" in guestfs(3) for more details.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full): the returned string, or NULL on error
 */
gchar *
guestfs_session_inspect_get_product_name(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *root, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char *ret = guestfs_inspect_get_product_name(g, root);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_inspect_get_mountpoints:
 * @root: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * get mountpoints of inspected operating system
 *
 * This returns a hash of where we think the filesystems
 * associated with this operating system should be mounted.
 * Callers should note that this is at best an educated
 * guess made by reading configuration files such as
 * "/etc/fstab". *In particular note* that this may return
 * filesystems which are non-existent or not mountable and
 * callers should be prepared to handle or ignore failures
 * if they try to mount them.
 * 
 * Each element in the returned hashtable has a key which
 * is the path of the mountpoint (eg. "/boot") and a value
 * which is the filesystem that would be mounted there (eg.
 * "/dev/sda1").
 * 
 * Non-mounted devices such as swap devices are *not*
 * returned in this list.
 * 
 * For operating systems like Windows which still use drive
 * letters, this call will only return an entry for the
 * first drive "mounted on" "/". For information about the
 * mapping of drive letters to partitions, see
 * "guestfs_inspect_get_drive_mappings".
 * 
 * Please read "INSPECTION" in guestfs(3) for more details.
 * See also "guestfs_inspect_get_filesystems".
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (element-type utf8 utf8): a GHashTable of results, or NULL on error
 */
GHashTable *
guestfs_session_inspect_get_mountpoints(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *root, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char **ret = guestfs_inspect_get_mountpoints(g, root);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  GHashTable *h = g_hash_table_new_full(g_str_hash, g_str_equal, g_free, g_free);
  char **i = ret;
  while (*i) {
    char *key = *i; i++;
    char *value = *i; i++;
    g_hash_table_insert(h, key, value);
  };
  g_free(ret);
  return h;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_inspect_get_filesystems:
 * @root: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * get filesystems associated with inspected operating system
 *
 * This returns a list of all the filesystems that we think
 * are associated with this operating system. This includes
 * the root filesystem, other ordinary filesystems, and
 * non-mounted devices like swap partitions.
 * 
 * In the case of a multi-boot virtual machine, it is
 * possible for a filesystem to be shared between operating
 * systems.
 * 
 * Please read "INSPECTION" in guestfs(3) for more details.
 * See also "guestfs_inspect_get_mountpoints".
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of returned strings, or NULL on error
 */
gchar **
guestfs_session_inspect_get_filesystems(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *root, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char **ret = guestfs_inspect_get_filesystems(g, root);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_set_network:
 * @network:
 *
 * set enable network flag
 *
 * If "network" is true, then the network is enabled in the
 * libguestfs appliance. The default is false.
 * 
 * This affects whether commands are able to access the
 * network (see "RUNNING COMMANDS" in guestfs(3)).
 * 
 * You must call this before calling "guestfs_launch",
 * otherwise it has no effect.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_set_network(GuestfsSession *session, gboolean network, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_set_network(g, network);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_get_network:
 *
 * get enable network flag
 *
 * This returns the enable network flag.
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint8
guestfs_session_get_network(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_get_network(g);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_list_filesystems:
 *
 * list filesystems
 *
 * This inspection command looks for filesystems on
 * partitions, block devices and logical volumes, returning
 * a list of devices containing filesystems and their type.
 * 
 * The return value is a hash, where the keys are the
 * devices containing filesystems, and the values are the
 * filesystem types. For example:
 * 
 * "/dev/sda1" => "ntfs"
 * "/dev/sda2" => "ext2"
 * "/dev/vg_guest/lv_root" => "ext4"
 * "/dev/vg_guest/lv_swap" => "swap"
 * 
 * The value can have the special value "unknown", meaning
 * the content of the device is undetermined or empty.
 * "swap" means a Linux swap partition.
 * 
 * This command runs other libguestfs commands, which might
 * include "guestfs_mount" and "guestfs_umount", and
 * therefore you should use this soon after launch and only
 * when nothing is mounted.
 * 
 * Not all of the filesystems returned will be mountable.
 * In particular, swap partitions are returned in the list.
 * Also this command does not check that each filesystem
 * found is valid and mountable, and some filesystems might
 * be mountable but require special options. Filesystems
 * may not all belong to a single logical operating system
 * (use "guestfs_inspect_os" to look for OSes).
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (element-type utf8 utf8): a GHashTable of results, or NULL on error
 */
GHashTable *
guestfs_session_list_filesystems(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char **ret = guestfs_list_filesystems(g);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  GHashTable *h = g_hash_table_new_full(g_str_hash, g_str_equal, g_free, g_free);
  char **i = ret;
  while (*i) {
    char *key = *i; i++;
    char *value = *i; i++;
    g_hash_table_insert(h, key, value);
  };
  g_free(ret);
  return h;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_add_drive_opts:
 * @filename: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @optargs: (transfer none) (allow-none): a GuestfsAddDriveOpts containing optional arguments
 *
 * add an image to examine or modify
 *
 * This function adds a virtual machine disk image
 * "filename" to libguestfs. The first time you call this
 * function, the disk appears as "/dev/sda", the second
 * time as "/dev/sdb", and so on.
 * 
 * You don't necessarily need to be root when using
 * libguestfs. However you obviously do need sufficient
 * permissions to access the filename for whatever
 * operations you want to perform (ie. read access if you
 * just want to read the image or write access if you want
 * to modify the image).
 * 
 * This call checks that "filename" exists.
 * 
 * The optional arguments are:
 * 
 * "readonly"
 * If true then the image is treated as read-only.
 * Writes are still allowed, but they are stored in a
 * temporary snapshot overlay which is discarded at the
 * end. The disk that you add is not modified.
 * 
 * "format"
 * This forces the image format. If you omit this (or
 * use "guestfs_add_drive" or "guestfs_add_drive_ro")
 * then the format is automatically detected. Possible
 * formats include "raw" and "qcow2".
 * 
 * Automatic detection of the format opens you up to a
 * potential security hole when dealing with untrusted
 * raw-format images. See CVE-2010-3851 and
 * RHBZ#642934. Specifying the format closes this
 * security hole.
 * 
 * "iface"
 * This rarely-used option lets you emulate the
 * behaviour of the deprecated
 * "guestfs_add_drive_with_if" call (q.v.)
 * 
 * "name"
 * The name the drive had in the original guest, e.g.
 * /dev/sdb. This is used as a hint to the guest
 * inspection process if it is available.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_add_drive_opts(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *filename, GuestfsAddDriveOpts *optargs, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  struct guestfs_add_drive_opts_argv argv;
  struct guestfs_add_drive_opts_argv *argvp = NULL;

  if (optargs) {
    argv.bitmask = 0;

    GValue readonly_v = {0, };
    g_value_init(&readonly_v, GUESTFS_TYPE_TRISTATE);
    g_object_get_property(G_OBJECT(optargs), "readonly", &readonly_v);
    GuestfsTristate readonly = g_value_get_enum(&readonly_v);
    if (readonly != GUESTFS_TRISTATE_NONE) {
      argv.bitmask |= GUESTFS_ADD_DRIVE_OPTS_READONLY_BITMASK;
      argv.readonly = readonly;
    }
    GValue format_v = {0, };
    g_value_init(&format_v, G_TYPE_STRING);
    g_object_get_property(G_OBJECT(optargs), "format", &format_v);
    const gchar *format = g_value_get_string(&format_v);
    if (format != NULL) {
      argv.bitmask |= GUESTFS_ADD_DRIVE_OPTS_FORMAT_BITMASK;
      argv.format = format;
    }
    GValue iface_v = {0, };
    g_value_init(&iface_v, G_TYPE_STRING);
    g_object_get_property(G_OBJECT(optargs), "iface", &iface_v);
    const gchar *iface = g_value_get_string(&iface_v);
    if (iface != NULL) {
      argv.bitmask |= GUESTFS_ADD_DRIVE_OPTS_IFACE_BITMASK;
      argv.iface = iface;
    }
    GValue name_v = {0, };
    g_value_init(&name_v, G_TYPE_STRING);
    g_object_get_property(G_OBJECT(optargs), "name", &name_v);
    const gchar *name = g_value_get_string(&name_v);
    if (name != NULL) {
      argv.bitmask |= GUESTFS_ADD_DRIVE_OPTS_NAME_BITMASK;
      argv.name = name;
    }
    argvp = &argv;
  }
  int ret = guestfs_add_drive_opts_argv(g, filename, argvp);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_inspect_get_windows_systemroot:
 * @root: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * get Windows systemroot of inspected operating system
 *
 * This returns the Windows systemroot of the inspected
 * guest. The systemroot is a directory path such as
 * "/WINDOWS".
 * 
 * This call assumes that the guest is Windows and that the
 * systemroot could be determined by inspection. If this is
 * not the case then an error is returned.
 * 
 * Please read "INSPECTION" in guestfs(3) for more details.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full): the returned string, or NULL on error
 */
gchar *
guestfs_session_inspect_get_windows_systemroot(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *root, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char *ret = guestfs_inspect_get_windows_systemroot(g, root);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_inspect_get_roots:
 *
 * return list of operating systems found by last inspection
 *
 * This function is a convenient way to get the list of
 * root devices, as returned from a previous call to
 * "guestfs_inspect_os", but without redoing the whole
 * inspection process.
 * 
 * This returns an empty list if either no root devices
 * were found or the caller has not called
 * "guestfs_inspect_os".
 * 
 * Please read "INSPECTION" in guestfs(3) for more details.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of returned strings, or NULL on error
 */
gchar **
guestfs_session_inspect_get_roots(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char **ret = guestfs_inspect_get_roots(g);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_debug_cmdline:
 *
 * debug the QEMU command line (internal use only)
 *
 * This returns the internal QEMU command line. 'debug'
 * commands are not part of the formal API and can be
 * removed or changed at any time.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of returned strings, or NULL on error
 */
gchar **
guestfs_session_debug_cmdline(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char **ret = guestfs_debug_cmdline(g);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_debug_drives:
 *
 * debug the drives (internal use only)
 *
 * This returns the internal list of drives. 'debug'
 * commands are not part of the formal API and can be
 * removed or changed at any time.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of returned strings, or NULL on error
 */
gchar **
guestfs_session_debug_drives(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char **ret = guestfs_debug_drives(g);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_add_domain:
 * @dom: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @optargs: (transfer none) (allow-none): a GuestfsAddDomain containing optional arguments
 *
 * add the disk(s) from a named libvirt domain
 *
 * This function adds the disk(s) attached to the named
 * libvirt domain "dom". It works by connecting to libvirt,
 * requesting the domain and domain XML from libvirt,
 * parsing it for disks, and calling
 * "guestfs_add_drive_opts" on each one.
 * 
 * The number of disks added is returned. This operation is
 * atomic: if an error is returned, then no disks are
 * added.
 * 
 * This function does some minimal checks to make sure the
 * libvirt domain is not running (unless "readonly" is
 * true). In a future version we will try to acquire the
 * libvirt lock on each disk.
 * 
 * Disks must be accessible locally. This often means that
 * adding disks from a remote libvirt connection (see
 * <http://libvirt.org/remote.html>) will fail unless those
 * disks are accessible via the same device path locally
 * too.
 * 
 * The optional "libvirturi" parameter sets the libvirt URI
 * (see <http://libvirt.org/uri.html>). If this is not set
 * then we connect to the default libvirt URI (or one set
 * through an environment variable, see the libvirt
 * documentation for full details).
 * 
 * The optional "live" flag controls whether this call will
 * try to connect to a running virtual machine "guestfsd"
 * process if it sees a suitable <channel> element in the
 * libvirt XML definition. The default (if the flag is
 * omitted) is never to try. See "ATTACHING TO RUNNING
 * DAEMONS" in guestfs(3) for more information.
 * 
 * If the "allowuuid" flag is true (default is false) then
 * a UUID *may* be passed instead of the domain name. The
 * "dom" string is treated as a UUID first and looked up,
 * and if that lookup fails then we treat "dom" as a name
 * as usual.
 * 
 * The optional "readonlydisk" parameter controls what we
 * do for disks which are marked <readonly/> in the libvirt
 * XML. Possible values are:
 * 
 * readonlydisk = "error"
 * If "readonly" is false:
 * 
 * The whole call is aborted with an error if any disk
 * with the <readonly/> flag is found.
 * 
 * If "readonly" is true:
 * 
 * Disks with the <readonly/> flag are added read-only.
 * 
 * readonlydisk = "read"
 * If "readonly" is false:
 * 
 * Disks with the <readonly/> flag are added read-only.
 * Other disks are added read/write.
 * 
 * If "readonly" is true:
 * 
 * Disks with the <readonly/> flag are added read-only.
 * 
 * readonlydisk = "write" (default)
 * If "readonly" is false:
 * 
 * Disks with the <readonly/> flag are added
 * read/write.
 * 
 * If "readonly" is true:
 * 
 * Disks with the <readonly/> flag are added read-only.
 * 
 * readonlydisk = "ignore"
 * If "readonly" is true or false:
 * 
 * Disks with the <readonly/> flag are skipped.
 * 
 * The other optional parameters are passed directly
 * through to "guestfs_add_drive_opts".
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint32
guestfs_session_add_domain(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *dom, GuestfsAddDomain *optargs, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  struct guestfs_add_domain_argv argv;
  struct guestfs_add_domain_argv *argvp = NULL;

  if (optargs) {
    argv.bitmask = 0;

    GValue libvirturi_v = {0, };
    g_value_init(&libvirturi_v, G_TYPE_STRING);
    g_object_get_property(G_OBJECT(optargs), "libvirturi", &libvirturi_v);
    const gchar *libvirturi = g_value_get_string(&libvirturi_v);
    if (libvirturi != NULL) {
      argv.bitmask |= GUESTFS_ADD_DOMAIN_LIBVIRTURI_BITMASK;
      argv.libvirturi = libvirturi;
    }
    GValue readonly_v = {0, };
    g_value_init(&readonly_v, GUESTFS_TYPE_TRISTATE);
    g_object_get_property(G_OBJECT(optargs), "readonly", &readonly_v);
    GuestfsTristate readonly = g_value_get_enum(&readonly_v);
    if (readonly != GUESTFS_TRISTATE_NONE) {
      argv.bitmask |= GUESTFS_ADD_DOMAIN_READONLY_BITMASK;
      argv.readonly = readonly;
    }
    GValue iface_v = {0, };
    g_value_init(&iface_v, G_TYPE_STRING);
    g_object_get_property(G_OBJECT(optargs), "iface", &iface_v);
    const gchar *iface = g_value_get_string(&iface_v);
    if (iface != NULL) {
      argv.bitmask |= GUESTFS_ADD_DOMAIN_IFACE_BITMASK;
      argv.iface = iface;
    }
    GValue live_v = {0, };
    g_value_init(&live_v, GUESTFS_TYPE_TRISTATE);
    g_object_get_property(G_OBJECT(optargs), "live", &live_v);
    GuestfsTristate live = g_value_get_enum(&live_v);
    if (live != GUESTFS_TRISTATE_NONE) {
      argv.bitmask |= GUESTFS_ADD_DOMAIN_LIVE_BITMASK;
      argv.live = live;
    }
    GValue allowuuid_v = {0, };
    g_value_init(&allowuuid_v, GUESTFS_TYPE_TRISTATE);
    g_object_get_property(G_OBJECT(optargs), "allowuuid", &allowuuid_v);
    GuestfsTristate allowuuid = g_value_get_enum(&allowuuid_v);
    if (allowuuid != GUESTFS_TRISTATE_NONE) {
      argv.bitmask |= GUESTFS_ADD_DOMAIN_ALLOWUUID_BITMASK;
      argv.allowuuid = allowuuid;
    }
    GValue readonlydisk_v = {0, };
    g_value_init(&readonlydisk_v, G_TYPE_STRING);
    g_object_get_property(G_OBJECT(optargs), "readonlydisk", &readonlydisk_v);
    const gchar *readonlydisk = g_value_get_string(&readonlydisk_v);
    if (readonlydisk != NULL) {
      argv.bitmask |= GUESTFS_ADD_DOMAIN_READONLYDISK_BITMASK;
      argv.readonlydisk = readonlydisk;
    }
    argvp = &argv;
  }
  int ret = guestfs_add_domain_argv(g, dom, argvp);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_inspect_get_package_format:
 * @root: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * get package format used by the operating system
 *
 * This function and
 * "guestfs_inspect_get_package_management" return the
 * package format and package management tool used by the
 * inspected operating system. For example for Fedora these
 * functions would return "rpm" (package format) and "yum"
 * (package management).
 * 
 * This returns the string "unknown" if we could not
 * determine the package format *or* if the operating
 * system does not have a real packaging system (eg.
 * Windows).
 * 
 * Possible strings include: "rpm", "deb", "ebuild",
 * "pisi", "pacman", "pkgsrc". Future versions of
 * libguestfs may return other strings.
 * 
 * Please read "INSPECTION" in guestfs(3) for more details.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full): the returned string, or NULL on error
 */
gchar *
guestfs_session_inspect_get_package_format(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *root, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char *ret = guestfs_inspect_get_package_format(g, root);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_inspect_get_package_management:
 * @root: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * get package management tool used by the operating system
 *
 * "guestfs_inspect_get_package_format" and this function
 * return the package format and package management tool
 * used by the inspected operating system. For example for
 * Fedora these functions would return "rpm" (package
 * format) and "yum" (package management).
 * 
 * This returns the string "unknown" if we could not
 * determine the package management tool *or* if the
 * operating system does not have a real packaging system
 * (eg. Windows).
 * 
 * Possible strings include: "yum", "up2date", "apt" (for
 * all Debian derivatives), "portage", "pisi", "pacman",
 * "urpmi", "zypper". Future versions of libguestfs may
 * return other strings.
 * 
 * Please read "INSPECTION" in guestfs(3) for more details.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full): the returned string, or NULL on error
 */
gchar *
guestfs_session_inspect_get_package_management(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *root, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char *ret = guestfs_inspect_get_package_management(g, root);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_inspect_list_applications:
 * @root: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * get list of applications installed in the operating system
 *
 * Return the list of applications installed in the
 * operating system.
 * 
 * *Note:* This call works differently from other parts of
 * the inspection API. You have to call
 * "guestfs_inspect_os", then
 * "guestfs_inspect_get_mountpoints", then mount up the
 * disks, before calling this. Listing applications is a
 * significantly more difficult operation which requires
 * access to the full filesystem. Also note that unlike the
 * other "guestfs_inspect_get_*" calls which are just
 * returning data cached in the libguestfs handle, this
 * call actually reads parts of the mounted filesystems
 * during the call.
 * 
 * This returns an empty list if the inspection code was
 * not able to determine the list of applications.
 * 
 * The application structure contains the following fields:
 * 
 * "app_name"
 * The name of the application. For Red Hat-derived and
 * Debian-derived Linux guests, this is the package
 * name.
 * 
 * "app_display_name"
 * The display name of the application, sometimes
 * localized to the install language of the guest
 * operating system.
 * 
 * If unavailable this is returned as an empty string
 * "". Callers needing to display something can use
 * "app_name" instead.
 * 
 * "app_epoch"
 * For package managers which use epochs, this contains
 * the epoch of the package (an integer). If
 * unavailable, this is returned as 0.
 * 
 * "app_version"
 * The version string of the application or package. If
 * unavailable this is returned as an empty string "".
 * 
 * "app_release"
 * The release string of the application or package,
 * for package managers that use this. If unavailable
 * this is returned as an empty string "".
 * 
 * "app_install_path"
 * The installation path of the application (on
 * operating systems such as Windows which use
 * installation paths). This path is in the format used
 * by the guest operating system, it is not a
 * libguestfs path.
 * 
 * If unavailable this is returned as an empty string
 * "".
 * 
 * "app_trans_path"
 * The install path translated into a libguestfs path.
 * If unavailable this is returned as an empty string
 * "".
 * 
 * "app_publisher"
 * The name of the publisher of the application, for
 * package managers that use this. If unavailable this
 * is returned as an empty string "".
 * 
 * "app_url"
 * The URL (eg. upstream URL) of the application. If
 * unavailable this is returned as an empty string "".
 * 
 * "app_source_package"
 * For packaging systems which support this, the name
 * of the source package. If unavailable this is
 * returned as an empty string "".
 * 
 * "app_summary"
 * A short (usually one line) description of the
 * application or package. If unavailable this is
 * returned as an empty string "".
 * 
 * "app_description"
 * A longer description of the application or package.
 * If unavailable this is returned as an empty string
 * "".
 * 
 * Please read "INSPECTION" in guestfs(3) for more details.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type GuestfsApplication): an array of Application objects, or NULL on error
 */
GuestfsApplication **
guestfs_session_inspect_list_applications(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *root, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  struct guestfs_application_list *ret = guestfs_inspect_list_applications(g, root);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  GuestfsApplication **l = g_malloc(sizeof(GuestfsApplication*) * (ret->len + 1));
  gsize i;
  for(i = 0; i < ret->len; i++) {
    GuestfsApplication *s = g_slice_new(GuestfsApplication);
    s->app_name = g_strdup(ret->val[i].app_name);
    s->app_display_name = g_strdup(ret->val[i].app_display_name);
    s->app_epoch = ret->val[i].app_epoch;
    s->app_version = g_strdup(ret->val[i].app_version);
    s->app_release = g_strdup(ret->val[i].app_release);
    s->app_install_path = g_strdup(ret->val[i].app_install_path);
    s->app_trans_path = g_strdup(ret->val[i].app_trans_path);
    s->app_publisher = g_strdup(ret->val[i].app_publisher);
    s->app_url = g_strdup(ret->val[i].app_url);
    s->app_source_package = g_strdup(ret->val[i].app_source_package);
    s->app_summary = g_strdup(ret->val[i].app_summary);
    s->app_description = g_strdup(ret->val[i].app_description);
    l[i] = s;
  }
  guestfs_free_application_list(ret);
  l[i] = NULL;
  return l;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_inspect_get_hostname:
 * @root: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * get hostname of the operating system
 *
 * This function returns the hostname of the operating
 * system as found by inspection of the guest's
 * configuration files.
 * 
 * If the hostname could not be determined, then the string
 * "unknown" is returned.
 * 
 * Please read "INSPECTION" in guestfs(3) for more details.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full): the returned string, or NULL on error
 */
gchar *
guestfs_session_inspect_get_hostname(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *root, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char *ret = guestfs_inspect_get_hostname(g, root);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_inspect_get_format:
 * @root: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * get format of inspected operating system
 *
 * This returns the format of the inspected operating
 * system. You can use it to detect install images, live
 * CDs and similar.
 * 
 * Currently defined formats are:
 * 
 * "installed"
 * This is an installed operating system.
 * 
 * "installer"
 * The disk image being inspected is not an installed
 * operating system, but a *bootable* install disk,
 * live CD, or similar.
 * 
 * "unknown"
 * The format of this disk image is not known.
 * 
 * Future versions of libguestfs may return other strings
 * here. The caller should be prepared to handle any
 * string.
 * 
 * Please read "INSPECTION" in guestfs(3) for more details.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full): the returned string, or NULL on error
 */
gchar *
guestfs_session_inspect_get_format(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *root, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char *ret = guestfs_inspect_get_format(g, root);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_inspect_is_live:
 * @root: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * get live flag for install disk
 *
 * If "guestfs_inspect_get_format" returns "installer"
 * (this is an install disk), then this returns true if a
 * live image was detected on the disk.
 * 
 * Please read "INSPECTION" in guestfs(3) for more details.
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint8
guestfs_session_inspect_is_live(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *root, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_inspect_is_live(g, root);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_inspect_is_netinst:
 * @root: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * get netinst (network installer) flag for install disk
 *
 * If "guestfs_inspect_get_format" returns "installer"
 * (this is an install disk), then this returns true if the
 * disk is a network installer, ie. not a self-contained
 * install CD but one which is likely to require network
 * access to complete the install.
 * 
 * Please read "INSPECTION" in guestfs(3) for more details.
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint8
guestfs_session_inspect_is_netinst(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *root, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_inspect_is_netinst(g, root);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_inspect_is_multipart:
 * @root: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * get multipart flag for install disk
 *
 * If "guestfs_inspect_get_format" returns "installer"
 * (this is an install disk), then this returns true if the
 * disk is part of a set.
 * 
 * Please read "INSPECTION" in guestfs(3) for more details.
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint8
guestfs_session_inspect_is_multipart(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *root, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_inspect_is_multipart(g, root);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_set_attach_method:
 * @attachmethod: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * set the attach method
 *
 * Set the method that libguestfs uses to connect to the
 * back end guestfsd daemon. Possible methods are:
 * 
 * "appliance"
 * Launch an appliance and connect to it. This is the
 * ordinary method and the default.
 * 
 * "unix:*path*"
 * Connect to the Unix domain socket *path*.
 * 
 * This method lets you connect to an existing daemon
 * or (using virtio-serial) to a live guest. For more
 * information, see "ATTACHING TO RUNNING DAEMONS" in
 * guestfs(3).
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_set_attach_method(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *attachmethod, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_set_attach_method(g, attachmethod);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_get_attach_method:
 *
 * get the attach method
 *
 * Return the current attach method. See
 * "guestfs_set_attach_method".
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full): the returned string, or NULL on error
 */
gchar *
guestfs_session_get_attach_method(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char *ret = guestfs_get_attach_method(g);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_inspect_get_product_variant:
 * @root: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * get product variant of inspected operating system
 *
 * This returns the product variant of the inspected
 * operating system.
 * 
 * For Windows guests, this returns the contents of the
 * Registry key "HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows
 * NT\CurrentVersion" "InstallationType" which is usually a
 * string such as "Client" or "Server" (other values are
 * possible). This can be used to distinguish consumer and
 * enterprise versions of Windows that have the same
 * version number (for example, Windows 7 and Windows 2008
 * Server are both version 6.1, but the former is "Client"
 * and the latter is "Server").
 * 
 * For enterprise Linux guests, in future we intend this to
 * return the product variant such as "Desktop", "Server"
 * and so on. But this is not implemented at present.
 * 
 * If the product variant could not be determined, then the
 * string "unknown" is returned.
 * 
 * Please read "INSPECTION" in guestfs(3) for more details.
 * See also "guestfs_inspect_get_product_name",
 * "guestfs_inspect_get_major_version".
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full): the returned string, or NULL on error
 */
gchar *
guestfs_session_inspect_get_product_variant(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *root, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char *ret = guestfs_inspect_get_product_variant(g, root);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_inspect_get_windows_current_control_set:
 * @root: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * get Windows CurrentControlSet of inspected operating system
 *
 * This returns the Windows CurrentControlSet of the
 * inspected guest. The CurrentControlSet is a registry key
 * name such as "ControlSet001".
 * 
 * This call assumes that the guest is Windows and that the
 * Registry could be examined by inspection. If this is not
 * the case then an error is returned.
 * 
 * Please read "INSPECTION" in guestfs(3) for more details.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full): the returned string, or NULL on error
 */
gchar *
guestfs_session_inspect_get_windows_current_control_set(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *root, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char *ret = guestfs_inspect_get_windows_current_control_set(g, root);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_inspect_get_drive_mappings:
 * @root: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * get drive letter mappings
 *
 * This call is useful for Windows which uses a primitive
 * system of assigning drive letters (like "C:") to
 * partitions. This inspection API examines the Windows
 * Registry to find out how disks/partitions are mapped to
 * drive letters, and returns a hash table as in the
 * example below:
 * 
 * C      =>     /dev/vda2
 * E      =>     /dev/vdb1
 * F      =>     /dev/vdc1
 * 
 * Note that keys are drive letters. For Windows, the key
 * is case insensitive and just contains the drive letter,
 * without the customary colon separator character.
 * 
 * In future we may support other operating systems that
 * also used drive letters, but the keys for those might
 * not be case insensitive and might be longer than 1
 * character. For example in OS-9, hard drives were named
 * "h0", "h1" etc.
 * 
 * For Windows guests, currently only hard drive mappings
 * are returned. Removable disks (eg. DVD-ROMs) are
 * ignored.
 * 
 * For guests that do not use drive mappings, or if the
 * drive mappings could not be determined, this returns an
 * empty hash table.
 * 
 * Please read "INSPECTION" in guestfs(3) for more details.
 * See also "guestfs_inspect_get_mountpoints",
 * "guestfs_inspect_get_filesystems".
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (element-type utf8 utf8): a GHashTable of results, or NULL on error
 */
GHashTable *
guestfs_session_inspect_get_drive_mappings(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *root, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char **ret = guestfs_inspect_get_drive_mappings(g, root);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  GHashTable *h = g_hash_table_new_full(g_str_hash, g_str_equal, g_free, g_free);
  char **i = ret;
  while (*i) {
    char *key = *i; i++;
    char *value = *i; i++;
    g_hash_table_insert(h, key, value);
  };
  g_free(ret);
  return h;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_inspect_get_icon:
 * @root: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @optargs: (transfer none) (allow-none): a GuestfsInspectGetIcon containing optional arguments
 *
 * get the icon corresponding to this operating system
 *
 * This function returns an icon corresponding to the
 * inspected operating system. The icon is returned as a
 * buffer containing a PNG image (re-encoded to PNG if
 * necessary).
 * 
 * If it was not possible to get an icon this function
 * returns a zero-length (non-NULL) buffer. *Callers must
 * check for this case*.
 * 
 * Libguestfs will start by looking for a file called
 * "/etc/favicon.png" or "C:\etc\favicon.png" and if it has
 * the correct format, the contents of this file will be
 * returned. You can disable favicons by passing the
 * optional "favicon" boolean as false (default is true).
 * 
 * If finding the favicon fails, then we look in other
 * places in the guest for a suitable icon.
 * 
 * If the optional "highquality" boolean is true then only
 * high quality icons are returned, which means only icons
 * of high resolution with an alpha channel. The default
 * (false) is to return any icon we can, even if it is of
 * substandard quality.
 * 
 * Notes:
 * 
 * *   Unlike most other inspection API calls, the guest's
 * disks must be mounted up before you call this, since
 * it needs to read information from the guest
 * filesystem during the call.
 * 
 * *   Security: The icon data comes from the untrusted
 * guest, and should be treated with caution. PNG files
 * have been known to contain exploits. Ensure that
 * libpng (or other relevant libraries) are fully up to
 * date before trying to process or display the icon.
 * 
 * *   The PNG image returned can be any size. It might not
 * be square. Libguestfs tries to return the largest,
 * highest quality icon available. The application must
 * scale the icon to the required size.
 * 
 * *   Extracting icons from Windows guests requires the
 * external "wrestool" program from the "icoutils"
 * package, and several programs ("bmptopnm",
 * "pnmtopng", "pamcut") from the "netpbm" package.
 * These must be installed separately.
 * 
 * *   Operating system icons are usually trademarks. Seek
 * legal advice before using trademarks in
 * applications.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array length=size_r) (element-type guint8): an array of binary data, or NULL on error
 */
guint8 *
guestfs_session_inspect_get_icon(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *root, GuestfsInspectGetIcon *optargs, gsize *size_r, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  struct guestfs_inspect_get_icon_argv argv;
  struct guestfs_inspect_get_icon_argv *argvp = NULL;

  if (optargs) {
    argv.bitmask = 0;

    GValue favicon_v = {0, };
    g_value_init(&favicon_v, GUESTFS_TYPE_TRISTATE);
    g_object_get_property(G_OBJECT(optargs), "favicon", &favicon_v);
    GuestfsTristate favicon = g_value_get_enum(&favicon_v);
    if (favicon != GUESTFS_TRISTATE_NONE) {
      argv.bitmask |= GUESTFS_INSPECT_GET_ICON_FAVICON_BITMASK;
      argv.favicon = favicon;
    }
    GValue highquality_v = {0, };
    g_value_init(&highquality_v, GUESTFS_TYPE_TRISTATE);
    g_object_get_property(G_OBJECT(optargs), "highquality", &highquality_v);
    GuestfsTristate highquality = g_value_get_enum(&highquality_v);
    if (highquality != GUESTFS_TRISTATE_NONE) {
      argv.bitmask |= GUESTFS_INSPECT_GET_ICON_HIGHQUALITY_BITMASK;
      argv.highquality = highquality;
    }
    argvp = &argv;
  }
  char *ret = guestfs_inspect_get_icon_argv(g, root, size_r, argvp);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_set_pgroup:
 * @pgroup:
 *
 * set process group flag
 *
 * If "pgroup" is true, child processes are placed into
 * their own process group.
 * 
 * The practical upshot of this is that signals like
 * "SIGINT" (from users pressing "^C") won't be received by
 * the child process.
 * 
 * The default for this flag is false, because usually you
 * want "^C" to kill the subprocess.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_set_pgroup(GuestfsSession *session, gboolean pgroup, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_set_pgroup(g, pgroup);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_get_pgroup:
 *
 * get process group flag
 *
 * This returns the process group flag.
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint8
guestfs_session_get_pgroup(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_get_pgroup(g);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_set_smp:
 * @smp:
 *
 * set number of virtual CPUs in appliance
 *
 * Change the number of virtual CPUs assigned to the
 * appliance. The default is 1. Increasing this may improve
 * performance, though often it has no effect.
 * 
 * This function must be called before "guestfs_launch".
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_set_smp(GuestfsSession *session, gint32 smp, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_set_smp(g, smp);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_get_smp:
 *
 * get number of virtual CPUs in appliance
 *
 * This returns the number of virtual CPUs assigned to the
 * appliance.
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint32
guestfs_session_get_smp(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_get_smp(g);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_mount:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @mountpoint: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * mount a guest disk at a position in the filesystem
 *
 * Mount a guest disk at a position in the filesystem.
 * Block devices are named "/dev/sda", "/dev/sdb" and so
 * on, as they were added to the guest. If those block
 * devices contain partitions, they will have the usual
 * names (eg. "/dev/sda1"). Also LVM "/dev/VG/LV"-style
 * names can be used.
 * 
 * The rules are the same as for mount(2): A filesystem
 * must first be mounted on "/" before others can be
 * mounted. Other filesystems can only be mounted on
 * directories which already exist.
 * 
 * The mounted filesystem is writable, if we have
 * sufficient permissions on the underlying device.
 * 
 * Before libguestfs 1.13.16, this call implicitly added
 * the options "sync" and "noatime". The "sync" option
 * greatly slowed writes and caused many problems for
 * users. If your program might need to work with older
 * versions of libguestfs, use "guestfs_mount_options"
 * instead (using an empty string for the first parameter
 * if you don't want any options).
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_mount(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, const gchar *mountpoint, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_mount(g, device, mountpoint);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_sync:
 *
 * sync disks, writes are flushed through to the disk image
 *
 * This syncs the disk, so that any writes are flushed
 * through to the underlying disk image.
 * 
 * You should always call this if you have modified a disk
 * image, before closing the handle.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_sync(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_sync(g);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_touch:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * update file timestamps or create a new file
 *
 * Touch acts like the touch(1) command. It can be used to
 * update the timestamps on a file, or, if the file does
 * not exist, to create a new zero-length file.
 * 
 * This command only works on regular files, and will fail
 * on other file types such as directories, symbolic links,
 * block special etc.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_touch(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_touch(g, path);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_cat:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * list the contents of a file
 *
 * Return the contents of the file named "path".
 * 
 * Note that this function cannot correctly handle binary
 * files (specifically, files containing "\0" character
 * which is treated as end of string). For those you need
 * to use the "guestfs_read_file" or "guestfs_download"
 * functions which have a more complex interface.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full): the returned string, or NULL on error
 */
gchar *
guestfs_session_cat(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char *ret = guestfs_cat(g, path);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_ll:
 * @directory: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * list the files in a directory (long format)
 *
 * List the files in "directory" (relative to the root
 * directory, there is no cwd) in the format of 'ls -la'.
 * 
 * This command is mostly useful for interactive sessions.
 * It is *not* intended that you try to parse the output
 * string.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full): the returned string, or NULL on error
 */
gchar *
guestfs_session_ll(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *directory, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char *ret = guestfs_ll(g, directory);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_ls:
 * @directory: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * list the files in a directory
 *
 * List the files in "directory" (relative to the root
 * directory, there is no cwd). The '.' and '..' entries
 * are not returned, but hidden files are shown.
 * 
 * This command is mostly useful for interactive sessions.
 * Programs should probably use "guestfs_readdir" instead.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of returned strings, or NULL on error
 */
gchar **
guestfs_session_ls(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *directory, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char **ret = guestfs_ls(g, directory);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_list_devices:
 *
 * list the block devices
 *
 * List all the block devices.
 * 
 * The full block device names are returned, eg.
 * "/dev/sda".
 * 
 * See also "guestfs_list_filesystems".
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of returned strings, or NULL on error
 */
gchar **
guestfs_session_list_devices(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char **ret = guestfs_list_devices(g);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_list_partitions:
 *
 * list the partitions
 *
 * List all the partitions detected on all block devices.
 * 
 * The full partition device names are returned, eg.
 * "/dev/sda1"
 * 
 * This does not return logical volumes. For that you will
 * need to call "guestfs_lvs".
 * 
 * See also "guestfs_list_filesystems".
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of returned strings, or NULL on error
 */
gchar **
guestfs_session_list_partitions(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char **ret = guestfs_list_partitions(g);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_pvs:
 *
 * list the LVM physical volumes (PVs)
 *
 * List all the physical volumes detected. This is the
 * equivalent of the pvs(8) command.
 * 
 * This returns a list of just the device names that
 * contain PVs (eg. "/dev/sda2").
 * 
 * See also "guestfs_pvs_full".
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of returned strings, or NULL on error
 */
gchar **
guestfs_session_pvs(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char **ret = guestfs_pvs(g);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_vgs:
 *
 * list the LVM volume groups (VGs)
 *
 * List all the volumes groups detected. This is the
 * equivalent of the vgs(8) command.
 * 
 * This returns a list of just the volume group names that
 * were detected (eg. "VolGroup00").
 * 
 * See also "guestfs_vgs_full".
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of returned strings, or NULL on error
 */
gchar **
guestfs_session_vgs(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char **ret = guestfs_vgs(g);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_lvs:
 *
 * list the LVM logical volumes (LVs)
 *
 * List all the logical volumes detected. This is the
 * equivalent of the lvs(8) command.
 * 
 * This returns a list of the logical volume device names
 * (eg. "/dev/VolGroup00/LogVol00").
 * 
 * See also "guestfs_lvs_full", "guestfs_list_filesystems".
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of returned strings, or NULL on error
 */
gchar **
guestfs_session_lvs(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char **ret = guestfs_lvs(g);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_pvs_full:
 *
 * list the LVM physical volumes (PVs)
 *
 * List all the physical volumes detected. This is the
 * equivalent of the pvs(8) command. The "full" version
 * includes all fields.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type GuestfsPV): an array of PV objects, or NULL on error
 */
GuestfsPV **
guestfs_session_pvs_full(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  struct guestfs_lvm_pv_list *ret = guestfs_pvs_full(g);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  GuestfsPV **l = g_malloc(sizeof(GuestfsPV*) * (ret->len + 1));
  gsize i;
  for(i = 0; i < ret->len; i++) {
    GuestfsPV *s = g_slice_new(GuestfsPV);
    s->pv_name = g_strdup(ret->val[i].pv_name);
    memcpy(s->pv_uuid, ret->val[i].pv_uuid, sizeof(s->pv_uuid));
    s->pv_fmt = g_strdup(ret->val[i].pv_fmt);
    s->pv_size = ret->val[i].pv_size;
    s->dev_size = ret->val[i].dev_size;
    s->pv_free = ret->val[i].pv_free;
    s->pv_used = ret->val[i].pv_used;
    s->pv_attr = g_strdup(ret->val[i].pv_attr);
    s->pv_pe_count = ret->val[i].pv_pe_count;
    s->pv_pe_alloc_count = ret->val[i].pv_pe_alloc_count;
    s->pv_tags = g_strdup(ret->val[i].pv_tags);
    s->pe_start = ret->val[i].pe_start;
    s->pv_mda_count = ret->val[i].pv_mda_count;
    s->pv_mda_free = ret->val[i].pv_mda_free;
    l[i] = s;
  }
  guestfs_free_lvm_pv_list(ret);
  l[i] = NULL;
  return l;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_vgs_full:
 *
 * list the LVM volume groups (VGs)
 *
 * List all the volumes groups detected. This is the
 * equivalent of the vgs(8) command. The "full" version
 * includes all fields.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type GuestfsVG): an array of VG objects, or NULL on error
 */
GuestfsVG **
guestfs_session_vgs_full(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  struct guestfs_lvm_vg_list *ret = guestfs_vgs_full(g);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  GuestfsVG **l = g_malloc(sizeof(GuestfsVG*) * (ret->len + 1));
  gsize i;
  for(i = 0; i < ret->len; i++) {
    GuestfsVG *s = g_slice_new(GuestfsVG);
    s->vg_name = g_strdup(ret->val[i].vg_name);
    memcpy(s->vg_uuid, ret->val[i].vg_uuid, sizeof(s->vg_uuid));
    s->vg_fmt = g_strdup(ret->val[i].vg_fmt);
    s->vg_attr = g_strdup(ret->val[i].vg_attr);
    s->vg_size = ret->val[i].vg_size;
    s->vg_free = ret->val[i].vg_free;
    s->vg_sysid = g_strdup(ret->val[i].vg_sysid);
    s->vg_extent_size = ret->val[i].vg_extent_size;
    s->vg_extent_count = ret->val[i].vg_extent_count;
    s->vg_free_count = ret->val[i].vg_free_count;
    s->max_lv = ret->val[i].max_lv;
    s->max_pv = ret->val[i].max_pv;
    s->pv_count = ret->val[i].pv_count;
    s->lv_count = ret->val[i].lv_count;
    s->snap_count = ret->val[i].snap_count;
    s->vg_seqno = ret->val[i].vg_seqno;
    s->vg_tags = g_strdup(ret->val[i].vg_tags);
    s->vg_mda_count = ret->val[i].vg_mda_count;
    s->vg_mda_free = ret->val[i].vg_mda_free;
    l[i] = s;
  }
  guestfs_free_lvm_vg_list(ret);
  l[i] = NULL;
  return l;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_lvs_full:
 *
 * list the LVM logical volumes (LVs)
 *
 * List all the logical volumes detected. This is the
 * equivalent of the lvs(8) command. The "full" version
 * includes all fields.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type GuestfsLV): an array of LV objects, or NULL on error
 */
GuestfsLV **
guestfs_session_lvs_full(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  struct guestfs_lvm_lv_list *ret = guestfs_lvs_full(g);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  GuestfsLV **l = g_malloc(sizeof(GuestfsLV*) * (ret->len + 1));
  gsize i;
  for(i = 0; i < ret->len; i++) {
    GuestfsLV *s = g_slice_new(GuestfsLV);
    s->lv_name = g_strdup(ret->val[i].lv_name);
    memcpy(s->lv_uuid, ret->val[i].lv_uuid, sizeof(s->lv_uuid));
    s->lv_attr = g_strdup(ret->val[i].lv_attr);
    s->lv_major = ret->val[i].lv_major;
    s->lv_minor = ret->val[i].lv_minor;
    s->lv_kernel_major = ret->val[i].lv_kernel_major;
    s->lv_kernel_minor = ret->val[i].lv_kernel_minor;
    s->lv_size = ret->val[i].lv_size;
    s->seg_count = ret->val[i].seg_count;
    s->origin = g_strdup(ret->val[i].origin);
    s->snap_percent = ret->val[i].snap_percent;
    s->copy_percent = ret->val[i].copy_percent;
    s->move_pv = g_strdup(ret->val[i].move_pv);
    s->lv_tags = g_strdup(ret->val[i].lv_tags);
    s->mirror_log = g_strdup(ret->val[i].mirror_log);
    s->modules = g_strdup(ret->val[i].modules);
    l[i] = s;
  }
  guestfs_free_lvm_lv_list(ret);
  l[i] = NULL;
  return l;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_read_lines:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * read file as lines
 *
 * Return the contents of the file named "path".
 * 
 * The file contents are returned as a list of lines.
 * Trailing "LF" and "CRLF" character sequences are *not*
 * returned.
 * 
 * Note that this function cannot correctly handle binary
 * files (specifically, files containing "\0" character
 * which is treated as end of line). For those you need to
 * use the "guestfs_read_file" function which has a more
 * complex interface.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of returned strings, or NULL on error
 */
gchar **
guestfs_session_read_lines(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char **ret = guestfs_read_lines(g, path);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_aug_init:
 * @root: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @flags:
 *
 * create a new Augeas handle
 *
 * Create a new Augeas handle for editing configuration
 * files. If there was any previous Augeas handle
 * associated with this guestfs session, then it is closed.
 * 
 * You must call this before using any other
 * "guestfs_aug_*" commands.
 * 
 * "root" is the filesystem root. "root" must not be NULL,
 * use "/" instead.
 * 
 * The flags are the same as the flags defined in
 * <augeas.h>, the logical *or* of the following integers:
 * 
 * "AUG_SAVE_BACKUP" = 1
 * Keep the original file with a ".augsave" extension.
 * 
 * "AUG_SAVE_NEWFILE" = 2
 * Save changes into a file with extension ".augnew",
 * and do not overwrite original. Overrides
 * "AUG_SAVE_BACKUP".
 * 
 * "AUG_TYPE_CHECK" = 4
 * Typecheck lenses.
 * 
 * This option is only useful when debugging Augeas
 * lenses. Use of this option may require additional
 * memory for the libguestfs appliance. You may need to
 * set the "LIBGUESTFS_MEMSIZE" environment variable or
 * call "guestfs_set_memsize".
 * 
 * "AUG_NO_STDINC" = 8
 * Do not use standard load path for modules.
 * 
 * "AUG_SAVE_NOOP" = 16
 * Make save a no-op, just record what would have been
 * changed.
 * 
 * "AUG_NO_LOAD" = 32
 * Do not load the tree in "guestfs_aug_init".
 * 
 * To close the handle, you can call "guestfs_aug_close".
 * 
 * To find out more about Augeas, see <http://augeas.net/>.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_aug_init(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *root, gint32 flags, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_aug_init(g, root, flags);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_aug_close:
 *
 * close the current Augeas handle
 *
 * Close the current Augeas handle and free up any
 * resources used by it. After calling this, you have to
 * call "guestfs_aug_init" again before you can use any
 * other Augeas functions.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_aug_close(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_aug_close(g);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_aug_defvar:
 * @name: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @expr: (transfer none) (type utf8) (allow-none):
 *
 * define an Augeas variable
 *
 * Defines an Augeas variable "name" whose value is the
 * result of evaluating "expr". If "expr" is NULL, then
 * "name" is undefined.
 * 
 * On success this returns the number of nodes in "expr",
 * or 0 if "expr" evaluates to something which is not a
 * nodeset.
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint32
guestfs_session_aug_defvar(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *name, const gchar *expr, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_aug_defvar(g, name, expr);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_aug_defnode:
 * @name: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @expr: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @val: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * define an Augeas node
 *
 * Defines a variable "name" whose value is the result of
 * evaluating "expr".
 * 
 * If "expr" evaluates to an empty nodeset, a node is
 * created, equivalent to calling "guestfs_aug_set" "expr",
 * "value". "name" will be the nodeset containing that
 * single node.
 * 
 * On success this returns a pair containing the number of
 * nodes in the nodeset, and a boolean flag if a node was
 * created.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full): a IntBool object, or NULL on error
 */
GuestfsIntBool *
guestfs_session_aug_defnode(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *name, const gchar *expr, const gchar *val, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  struct guestfs_int_bool *ret = guestfs_aug_defnode(g, name, expr, val);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  GuestfsIntBool *s = g_slice_new(GuestfsIntBool);
  s->i = ret->i;
  s->b = ret->b;
  guestfs_free_int_bool(ret);
  return s;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_aug_get:
 * @augpath: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * look up the value of an Augeas path
 *
 * Look up the value associated with "path". If "path"
 * matches exactly one node, the "value" is returned.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full): the returned string, or NULL on error
 */
gchar *
guestfs_session_aug_get(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *augpath, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char *ret = guestfs_aug_get(g, augpath);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_aug_set:
 * @augpath: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @val: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * set Augeas path to value
 *
 * Set the value associated with "path" to "val".
 * 
 * In the Augeas API, it is possible to clear a node by
 * setting the value to NULL. Due to an oversight in the
 * libguestfs API you cannot do that with this call.
 * Instead you must use the "guestfs_aug_clear" call.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_aug_set(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *augpath, const gchar *val, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_aug_set(g, augpath, val);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_aug_insert:
 * @augpath: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @label: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @before:
 *
 * insert a sibling Augeas node
 *
 * Create a new sibling "label" for "path", inserting it
 * into the tree before or after "path" (depending on the
 * boolean flag "before").
 * 
 * "path" must match exactly one existing node in the tree,
 * and "label" must be a label, ie. not contain "/", "*" or
 * end with a bracketed index "[N]".
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_aug_insert(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *augpath, const gchar *label, gboolean before, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_aug_insert(g, augpath, label, before);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_aug_rm:
 * @augpath: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * remove an Augeas path
 *
 * Remove "path" and all of its children.
 * 
 * On success this returns the number of entries which were
 * removed.
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint32
guestfs_session_aug_rm(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *augpath, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_aug_rm(g, augpath);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_aug_mv:
 * @src: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @dest: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * move Augeas node
 *
 * Move the node "src" to "dest". "src" must match exactly
 * one node. "dest" is overwritten if it exists.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_aug_mv(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *src, const gchar *dest, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_aug_mv(g, src, dest);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_aug_match:
 * @augpath: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * return Augeas nodes which match augpath
 *
 * Returns a list of paths which match the path expression
 * "path". The returned paths are sufficiently qualified so
 * that they match exactly one node in the current tree.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of returned strings, or NULL on error
 */
gchar **
guestfs_session_aug_match(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *augpath, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char **ret = guestfs_aug_match(g, augpath);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_aug_save:
 *
 * write all pending Augeas changes to disk
 *
 * This writes all pending changes to disk.
 * 
 * The flags which were passed to "guestfs_aug_init" affect
 * exactly how files are saved.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_aug_save(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_aug_save(g);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_aug_load:
 *
 * load files into the tree
 *
 * Load files into the tree.
 * 
 * See "aug_load" in the Augeas documentation for the full
 * gory details.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_aug_load(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_aug_load(g);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_aug_ls:
 * @augpath: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * list Augeas nodes under augpath
 *
 * This is just a shortcut for listing "guestfs_aug_match"
 * "path/*" and sorting the resulting nodes into
 * alphabetical order.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of returned strings, or NULL on error
 */
gchar **
guestfs_session_aug_ls(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *augpath, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char **ret = guestfs_aug_ls(g, augpath);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_rm:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * remove a file
 *
 * Remove the single file "path".
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_rm(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_rm(g, path);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_rmdir:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * remove a directory
 *
 * Remove the single directory "path".
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_rmdir(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_rmdir(g, path);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_rm_rf:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * remove a file or directory recursively
 *
 * Remove the file or directory "path", recursively
 * removing the contents if its a directory. This is like
 * the "rm -rf" shell command.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_rm_rf(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_rm_rf(g, path);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_mkdir:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * create a directory
 *
 * Create a directory named "path".
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_mkdir(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_mkdir(g, path);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_mkdir_p:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * create a directory and parents
 *
 * Create a directory named "path", creating any parent
 * directories as necessary. This is like the "mkdir -p"
 * shell command.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_mkdir_p(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_mkdir_p(g, path);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_chmod:
 * @mode:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * change file mode
 *
 * Change the mode (permissions) of "path" to "mode". Only
 * numeric modes are supported.
 * 
 * *Note*: When using this command from guestfish, "mode"
 * by default would be decimal, unless you prefix it with 0
 * to get octal, ie. use 0700 not 700.
 * 
 * The mode actually set is affected by the umask.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_chmod(GuestfsSession *session, gint32 mode, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_chmod(g, mode, path);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_chown:
 * @owner:
 * @group:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * change file owner and group
 *
 * Change the file owner to "owner" and group to "group".
 * 
 * Only numeric uid and gid are supported. If you want to
 * use names, you will need to locate and parse the
 * password file yourself (Augeas support makes this
 * relatively easy).
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_chown(GuestfsSession *session, gint32 owner, gint32 group, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_chown(g, owner, group, path);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_exists:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * test if file or directory exists
 *
 * This returns "true" if and only if there is a file,
 * directory (or anything) with the given "path" name.
 * 
 * See also "guestfs_is_file", "guestfs_is_dir",
 * "guestfs_stat".
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint8
guestfs_session_exists(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_exists(g, path);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_is_file:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * test if a regular file
 *
 * This returns "true" if and only if there is a regular
 * file with the given "path" name. Note that it returns
 * false for other objects like directories.
 * 
 * See also "guestfs_stat".
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint8
guestfs_session_is_file(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_is_file(g, path);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_is_dir:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * test if a directory
 *
 * This returns "true" if and only if there is a directory
 * with the given "path" name. Note that it returns false
 * for other objects like files.
 * 
 * See also "guestfs_stat".
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint8
guestfs_session_is_dir(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_is_dir(g, path);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_pvcreate:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * create an LVM physical volume
 *
 * This creates an LVM physical volume on the named
 * "device", where "device" should usually be a partition
 * name such as "/dev/sda1".
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_pvcreate(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_pvcreate(g, device);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_vgcreate:
 * @volgroup: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @physvols: (transfer none) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type filename): an array of strings
 *
 * create an LVM volume group
 *
 * This creates an LVM volume group called "volgroup" from
 * the non-empty list of physical volumes "physvols".
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_vgcreate(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *volgroup, gchar *const *physvols, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_vgcreate(g, volgroup, physvols);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_lvcreate:
 * @logvol: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @volgroup: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @mbytes:
 *
 * create an LVM logical volume
 *
 * This creates an LVM logical volume called "logvol" on
 * the volume group "volgroup", with "size" megabytes.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_lvcreate(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *logvol, const gchar *volgroup, gint32 mbytes, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_lvcreate(g, logvol, volgroup, mbytes);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_mkfs:
 * @fstype: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * make a filesystem
 *
 * This creates a filesystem on "device" (usually a
 * partition or LVM logical volume). The filesystem type is
 * "fstype", for example "ext3".
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_mkfs(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *fstype, const gchar *device, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_mkfs(g, fstype, device);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_sfdisk:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @cyls:
 * @heads:
 * @sectors:
 * @lines: (transfer none) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of strings
 *
 * create partitions on a block device
 *
 * This is a direct interface to the sfdisk(8) program for
 * creating partitions on block devices.
 * 
 * "device" should be a block device, for example
 * "/dev/sda".
 * 
 * "cyls", "heads" and "sectors" are the number of
 * cylinders, heads and sectors on the device, which are
 * passed directly to sfdisk as the *-C*, *-H* and *-S*
 * parameters. If you pass 0 for any of these, then the
 * corresponding parameter is omitted. Usually for 'large'
 * disks, you can just pass 0 for these, but for small
 * (floppy-sized) disks, sfdisk (or rather, the kernel)
 * cannot work out the right geometry and you will need to
 * tell it.
 * 
 * "lines" is a list of lines that we feed to "sfdisk". For
 * more information refer to the sfdisk(8) manpage.
 * 
 * To create a single partition occupying the whole disk,
 * you would pass "lines" as a single element list, when
 * the single element being the string "," (comma).
 * 
 * See also: "guestfs_sfdisk_l", "guestfs_sfdisk_N",
 * "guestfs_part_init"
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_sfdisk(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, gint32 cyls, gint32 heads, gint32 sectors, gchar *const *lines, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_sfdisk(g, device, cyls, heads, sectors, lines);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_write_file:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @content: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @size:
 *
 * create a file
 *
 * This call creates a file called "path". The contents of
 * the file is the string "content" (which can contain any
 * 8 bit data), with length "size".
 * 
 * As a special case, if "size" is 0 then the length is
 * calculated using "strlen" (so in this case the content
 * cannot contain embedded ASCII NULs).
 * 
 * *NB.* Owing to a bug, writing content containing ASCII
 * NUL characters does *not* work, even if the length is
 * specified.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_write_file(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *path, const gchar *content, gint32 size, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_write_file(g, path, content, size);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_umount:
 * @pathordevice: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * unmount a filesystem
 *
 * This unmounts the given filesystem. The filesystem may
 * be specified either by its mountpoint (path) or the
 * device which contains the filesystem.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_umount(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *pathordevice, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_umount(g, pathordevice);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_mounts:
 *
 * show mounted filesystems
 *
 * This returns the list of currently mounted filesystems.
 * It returns the list of devices (eg. "/dev/sda1",
 * "/dev/VG/LV").
 * 
 * Some internal mounts are not shown.
 * 
 * See also: "guestfs_mountpoints"
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of returned strings, or NULL on error
 */
gchar **
guestfs_session_mounts(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char **ret = guestfs_mounts(g);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_umount_all:
 *
 * unmount all filesystems
 *
 * This unmounts all mounted filesystems.
 * 
 * Some internal mounts are not unmounted by this call.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_umount_all(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_umount_all(g);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_lvm_remove_all:
 *
 * remove all LVM LVs, VGs and PVs
 *
 * This command removes all LVM logical volumes, volume
 * groups and physical volumes.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_lvm_remove_all(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_lvm_remove_all(g);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_file:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * determine file type
 *
 * This call uses the standard file(1) command to determine
 * the type or contents of the file.
 * 
 * This call will also transparently look inside various
 * types of compressed file.
 * 
 * The exact command which runs is "file -zb path". Note in
 * particular that the filename is not prepended to the
 * output (the *-b* option).
 * 
 * The output depends on the output of the underlying
 * file(1) command and it can change in future in ways
 * beyond our control. In other words, the output is not
 * guaranteed by the ABI.
 * 
 * See also: file(1), "guestfs_vfs_type", "guestfs_lstat",
 * "guestfs_is_file", "guestfs_is_blockdev" (etc),
 * "guestfs_is_zero".
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full): the returned string, or NULL on error
 */
gchar *
guestfs_session_file(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char *ret = guestfs_file(g, path);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_command:
 * @arguments: (transfer none) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of strings
 *
 * run a command from the guest filesystem
 *
 * This call runs a command from the guest filesystem. The
 * filesystem must be mounted, and must contain a
 * compatible operating system (ie. something Linux, with
 * the same or compatible processor architecture).
 * 
 * The single parameter is an argv-style list of arguments.
 * The first element is the name of the program to run.
 * Subsequent elements are parameters. The list must be
 * non-empty (ie. must contain a program name). Note that
 * the command runs directly, and is *not* invoked via the
 * shell (see "guestfs_sh").
 * 
 * The return value is anything printed to *stdout* by the
 * command.
 * 
 * If the command returns a non-zero exit status, then this
 * function returns an error message. The error message
 * string is the content of *stderr* from the command.
 * 
 * The $PATH environment variable will contain at least
 * "/usr/bin" and "/bin". If you require a program from
 * another location, you should provide the full path in
 * the first parameter.
 * 
 * Shared libraries and data files required by the program
 * must be available on filesystems which are mounted in
 * the correct places. It is the caller's responsibility to
 * ensure all filesystems that are needed are mounted at
 * the right locations.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full): the returned string, or NULL on error
 */
gchar *
guestfs_session_command(GuestfsSession *session, gchar *const *arguments, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char *ret = guestfs_command(g, arguments);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_command_lines:
 * @arguments: (transfer none) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of strings
 *
 * run a command, returning lines
 *
 * This is the same as "guestfs_command", but splits the
 * result into a list of lines.
 * 
 * See also: "guestfs_sh_lines"
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of returned strings, or NULL on error
 */
gchar **
guestfs_session_command_lines(GuestfsSession *session, gchar *const *arguments, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char **ret = guestfs_command_lines(g, arguments);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_stat:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * get file information
 *
 * Returns file information for the given "path".
 * 
 * This is the same as the stat(2) system call.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full): a Stat object, or NULL on error
 */
GuestfsStat *
guestfs_session_stat(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  struct guestfs_stat *ret = guestfs_stat(g, path);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  GuestfsStat *s = g_slice_new(GuestfsStat);
  s->dev = ret->dev;
  s->ino = ret->ino;
  s->mode = ret->mode;
  s->nlink = ret->nlink;
  s->uid = ret->uid;
  s->gid = ret->gid;
  s->rdev = ret->rdev;
  s->size = ret->size;
  s->blksize = ret->blksize;
  s->blocks = ret->blocks;
  s->atime = ret->atime;
  s->mtime = ret->mtime;
  s->ctime = ret->ctime;
  guestfs_free_stat(ret);
  return s;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_lstat:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * get file information for a symbolic link
 *
 * Returns file information for the given "path".
 * 
 * This is the same as "guestfs_stat" except that if "path"
 * is a symbolic link, then the link is stat-ed, not the
 * file it refers to.
 * 
 * This is the same as the lstat(2) system call.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full): a Stat object, or NULL on error
 */
GuestfsStat *
guestfs_session_lstat(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  struct guestfs_stat *ret = guestfs_lstat(g, path);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  GuestfsStat *s = g_slice_new(GuestfsStat);
  s->dev = ret->dev;
  s->ino = ret->ino;
  s->mode = ret->mode;
  s->nlink = ret->nlink;
  s->uid = ret->uid;
  s->gid = ret->gid;
  s->rdev = ret->rdev;
  s->size = ret->size;
  s->blksize = ret->blksize;
  s->blocks = ret->blocks;
  s->atime = ret->atime;
  s->mtime = ret->mtime;
  s->ctime = ret->ctime;
  guestfs_free_stat(ret);
  return s;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_statvfs:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * get file system statistics
 *
 * Returns file system statistics for any mounted file
 * system. "path" should be a file or directory in the
 * mounted file system (typically it is the mount point
 * itself, but it doesn't need to be).
 * 
 * This is the same as the statvfs(2) system call.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full): a StatVFS object, or NULL on error
 */
GuestfsStatVFS *
guestfs_session_statvfs(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  struct guestfs_statvfs *ret = guestfs_statvfs(g, path);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  GuestfsStatVFS *s = g_slice_new(GuestfsStatVFS);
  s->bsize = ret->bsize;
  s->frsize = ret->frsize;
  s->blocks = ret->blocks;
  s->bfree = ret->bfree;
  s->bavail = ret->bavail;
  s->files = ret->files;
  s->ffree = ret->ffree;
  s->favail = ret->favail;
  s->fsid = ret->fsid;
  s->flag = ret->flag;
  s->namemax = ret->namemax;
  guestfs_free_statvfs(ret);
  return s;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_tune2fs_l:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * get ext2/ext3/ext4 superblock details
 *
 * This returns the contents of the ext2, ext3 or ext4
 * filesystem superblock on "device".
 * 
 * It is the same as running "tune2fs -l device". See
 * tune2fs(8) manpage for more details. The list of fields
 * returned isn't clearly defined, and depends on both the
 * version of "tune2fs" that libguestfs was built against,
 * and the filesystem itself.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (element-type utf8 utf8): a GHashTable of results, or NULL on error
 */
GHashTable *
guestfs_session_tune2fs_l(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char **ret = guestfs_tune2fs_l(g, device);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  GHashTable *h = g_hash_table_new_full(g_str_hash, g_str_equal, g_free, g_free);
  char **i = ret;
  while (*i) {
    char *key = *i; i++;
    char *value = *i; i++;
    g_hash_table_insert(h, key, value);
  };
  g_free(ret);
  return h;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_blockdev_setro:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * set block device to read-only
 *
 * Sets the block device named "device" to read-only.
 * 
 * This uses the blockdev(8) command.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_blockdev_setro(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_blockdev_setro(g, device);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_blockdev_setrw:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * set block device to read-write
 *
 * Sets the block device named "device" to read-write.
 * 
 * This uses the blockdev(8) command.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_blockdev_setrw(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_blockdev_setrw(g, device);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_blockdev_getro:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * is block device set to read-only
 *
 * Returns a boolean indicating if the block device is
 * read-only (true if read-only, false if not).
 * 
 * This uses the blockdev(8) command.
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint8
guestfs_session_blockdev_getro(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_blockdev_getro(g, device);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_blockdev_getss:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * get sectorsize of block device
 *
 * This returns the size of sectors on a block device.
 * Usually 512, but can be larger for modern devices.
 * 
 * (Note, this is not the size in sectors, use
 * "guestfs_blockdev_getsz" for that).
 * 
 * This uses the blockdev(8) command.
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint32
guestfs_session_blockdev_getss(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_blockdev_getss(g, device);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_blockdev_getbsz:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * get blocksize of block device
 *
 * This returns the block size of a device.
 * 
 * (Note this is different from both *size in blocks* and
 * *filesystem block size*).
 * 
 * This uses the blockdev(8) command.
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint32
guestfs_session_blockdev_getbsz(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_blockdev_getbsz(g, device);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_blockdev_setbsz:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @blocksize:
 *
 * set blocksize of block device
 *
 * This sets the block size of a device.
 * 
 * (Note this is different from both *size in blocks* and
 * *filesystem block size*).
 * 
 * This uses the blockdev(8) command.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_blockdev_setbsz(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, gint32 blocksize, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_blockdev_setbsz(g, device, blocksize);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_blockdev_getsz:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * get total size of device in 512-byte sectors
 *
 * This returns the size of the device in units of 512-byte
 * sectors (even if the sectorsize isn't 512 bytes ...
 * weird).
 * 
 * See also "guestfs_blockdev_getss" for the real sector
 * size of the device, and "guestfs_blockdev_getsize64" for
 * the more useful *size in bytes*.
 * 
 * This uses the blockdev(8) command.
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint64
guestfs_session_blockdev_getsz(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int64_t ret = guestfs_blockdev_getsz(g, device);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_blockdev_getsize64:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * get total size of device in bytes
 *
 * This returns the size of the device in bytes.
 * 
 * See also "guestfs_blockdev_getsz".
 * 
 * This uses the blockdev(8) command.
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint64
guestfs_session_blockdev_getsize64(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int64_t ret = guestfs_blockdev_getsize64(g, device);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_blockdev_flushbufs:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * flush device buffers
 *
 * This tells the kernel to flush internal buffers
 * associated with "device".
 * 
 * This uses the blockdev(8) command.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_blockdev_flushbufs(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_blockdev_flushbufs(g, device);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_blockdev_rereadpt:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * reread partition table
 *
 * Reread the partition table on "device".
 * 
 * This uses the blockdev(8) command.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_blockdev_rereadpt(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_blockdev_rereadpt(g, device);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_upload:
 * @filename: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @remotefilename: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * upload a file from the local machine
 *
 * Upload local file "filename" to "remotefilename" on the
 * filesystem.
 * 
 * "filename" can also be a named pipe.
 * 
 * See also "guestfs_download".
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_upload(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *filename, const gchar *remotefilename, GCancellable *cancellable, GError **err)
{
  /* Check we haven't already been cancelled */
  if (g_cancellable_set_error_if_cancelled (cancellable, err))
    return FALSE;

  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  gulong id = 0;
  if (cancellable) {
    id = g_cancellable_connect(cancellable,
                               G_CALLBACK(cancelled_handler),
                               g, NULL);
  }

  int ret = guestfs_upload(g, filename, remotefilename);
  g_cancellable_disconnect(cancellable, id);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_download:
 * @remotefilename: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @filename: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * download a file to the local machine
 *
 * Download file "remotefilename" and save it as "filename"
 * on the local machine.
 * 
 * "filename" can also be a named pipe.
 * 
 * See also "guestfs_upload", "guestfs_cat".
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_download(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *remotefilename, const gchar *filename, GCancellable *cancellable, GError **err)
{
  /* Check we haven't already been cancelled */
  if (g_cancellable_set_error_if_cancelled (cancellable, err))
    return FALSE;

  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  gulong id = 0;
  if (cancellable) {
    id = g_cancellable_connect(cancellable,
                               G_CALLBACK(cancelled_handler),
                               g, NULL);
  }

  int ret = guestfs_download(g, remotefilename, filename);
  g_cancellable_disconnect(cancellable, id);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_checksum:
 * @csumtype: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * compute MD5, SHAx or CRC checksum of file
 *
 * This call computes the MD5, SHAx or CRC checksum of the
 * file named "path".
 * 
 * The type of checksum to compute is given by the
 * "csumtype" parameter which must have one of the
 * following values:
 * 
 * "crc"
 * Compute the cyclic redundancy check (CRC) specified
 * by POSIX for the "cksum" command.
 * 
 * "md5"
 * Compute the MD5 hash (using the "md5sum" program).
 * 
 * "sha1"
 * Compute the SHA1 hash (using the "sha1sum" program).
 * 
 * "sha224"
 * Compute the SHA224 hash (using the "sha224sum"
 * program).
 * 
 * "sha256"
 * Compute the SHA256 hash (using the "sha256sum"
 * program).
 * 
 * "sha384"
 * Compute the SHA384 hash (using the "sha384sum"
 * program).
 * 
 * "sha512"
 * Compute the SHA512 hash (using the "sha512sum"
 * program).
 * 
 * The checksum is returned as a printable string.
 * 
 * To get the checksum for a device, use
 * "guestfs_checksum_device".
 * 
 * To get the checksums for many files, use
 * "guestfs_checksums_out".
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full): the returned string, or NULL on error
 */
gchar *
guestfs_session_checksum(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *csumtype, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char *ret = guestfs_checksum(g, csumtype, path);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_tar_in:
 * @tarfile: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @directory: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * unpack tarfile to directory
 *
 * This command uploads and unpacks local file "tarfile"
 * (an *uncompressed* tar file) into "directory".
 * 
 * To upload a compressed tarball, use "guestfs_tgz_in" or
 * "guestfs_txz_in".
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_tar_in(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *tarfile, const gchar *directory, GCancellable *cancellable, GError **err)
{
  /* Check we haven't already been cancelled */
  if (g_cancellable_set_error_if_cancelled (cancellable, err))
    return FALSE;

  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  gulong id = 0;
  if (cancellable) {
    id = g_cancellable_connect(cancellable,
                               G_CALLBACK(cancelled_handler),
                               g, NULL);
  }

  int ret = guestfs_tar_in(g, tarfile, directory);
  g_cancellable_disconnect(cancellable, id);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_tar_out:
 * @directory: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @tarfile: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * pack directory into tarfile
 *
 * This command packs the contents of "directory" and
 * downloads it to local file "tarfile".
 * 
 * To download a compressed tarball, use "guestfs_tgz_out"
 * or "guestfs_txz_out".
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_tar_out(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *directory, const gchar *tarfile, GCancellable *cancellable, GError **err)
{
  /* Check we haven't already been cancelled */
  if (g_cancellable_set_error_if_cancelled (cancellable, err))
    return FALSE;

  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  gulong id = 0;
  if (cancellable) {
    id = g_cancellable_connect(cancellable,
                               G_CALLBACK(cancelled_handler),
                               g, NULL);
  }

  int ret = guestfs_tar_out(g, directory, tarfile);
  g_cancellable_disconnect(cancellable, id);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_tgz_in:
 * @tarball: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @directory: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * unpack compressed tarball to directory
 *
 * This command uploads and unpacks local file "tarball" (a
 * *gzip compressed* tar file) into "directory".
 * 
 * To upload an uncompressed tarball, use "guestfs_tar_in".
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_tgz_in(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *tarball, const gchar *directory, GCancellable *cancellable, GError **err)
{
  /* Check we haven't already been cancelled */
  if (g_cancellable_set_error_if_cancelled (cancellable, err))
    return FALSE;

  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  gulong id = 0;
  if (cancellable) {
    id = g_cancellable_connect(cancellable,
                               G_CALLBACK(cancelled_handler),
                               g, NULL);
  }

  int ret = guestfs_tgz_in(g, tarball, directory);
  g_cancellable_disconnect(cancellable, id);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_tgz_out:
 * @directory: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @tarball: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * pack directory into compressed tarball
 *
 * This command packs the contents of "directory" and
 * downloads it to local file "tarball".
 * 
 * To download an uncompressed tarball, use
 * "guestfs_tar_out".
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_tgz_out(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *directory, const gchar *tarball, GCancellable *cancellable, GError **err)
{
  /* Check we haven't already been cancelled */
  if (g_cancellable_set_error_if_cancelled (cancellable, err))
    return FALSE;

  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  gulong id = 0;
  if (cancellable) {
    id = g_cancellable_connect(cancellable,
                               G_CALLBACK(cancelled_handler),
                               g, NULL);
  }

  int ret = guestfs_tgz_out(g, directory, tarball);
  g_cancellable_disconnect(cancellable, id);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_mount_ro:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @mountpoint: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * mount a guest disk, read-only
 *
 * This is the same as the "guestfs_mount" command, but it
 * mounts the filesystem with the read-only (*-o ro*) flag.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_mount_ro(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, const gchar *mountpoint, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_mount_ro(g, device, mountpoint);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_mount_options:
 * @options: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @mountpoint: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * mount a guest disk with mount options
 *
 * This is the same as the "guestfs_mount" command, but it
 * allows you to set the mount options as for the mount(8)
 * *-o* flag.
 * 
 * If the "options" parameter is an empty string, then no
 * options are passed (all options default to whatever the
 * filesystem uses).
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_mount_options(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *options, const gchar *device, const gchar *mountpoint, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_mount_options(g, options, device, mountpoint);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_mount_vfs:
 * @options: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @vfstype: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @mountpoint: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * mount a guest disk with mount options and vfstype
 *
 * This is the same as the "guestfs_mount" command, but it
 * allows you to set both the mount options and the vfstype
 * as for the mount(8) *-o* and *-t* flags.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_mount_vfs(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *options, const gchar *vfstype, const gchar *device, const gchar *mountpoint, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_mount_vfs(g, options, vfstype, device, mountpoint);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_debug:
 * @subcmd: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @extraargs: (transfer none) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of strings
 *
 * debugging and internals
 *
 * The "guestfs_debug" command exposes some internals of
 * "guestfsd" (the guestfs daemon) that runs inside the
 * qemu subprocess.
 * 
 * There is no comprehensive help for this command. You
 * have to look at the file "daemon/debug.c" in the
 * libguestfs source to find out what you can do.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full): the returned string, or NULL on error
 */
gchar *
guestfs_session_debug(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *subcmd, gchar *const *extraargs, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char *ret = guestfs_debug(g, subcmd, extraargs);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_lvremove:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * remove an LVM logical volume
 *
 * Remove an LVM logical volume "device", where "device" is
 * the path to the LV, such as "/dev/VG/LV".
 * 
 * You can also remove all LVs in a volume group by
 * specifying the VG name, "/dev/VG".
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_lvremove(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_lvremove(g, device);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_vgremove:
 * @vgname: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * remove an LVM volume group
 *
 * Remove an LVM volume group "vgname", (for example "VG").
 * 
 * This also forcibly removes all logical volumes in the
 * volume group (if any).
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_vgremove(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *vgname, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_vgremove(g, vgname);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_pvremove:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * remove an LVM physical volume
 *
 * This wipes a physical volume "device" so that LVM will
 * no longer recognise it.
 * 
 * The implementation uses the "pvremove" command which
 * refuses to wipe physical volumes that contain any volume
 * groups, so you have to remove those first.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_pvremove(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_pvremove(g, device);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_set_e2label:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @label: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * set the ext2/3/4 filesystem label
 *
 * This sets the ext2/3/4 filesystem label of the
 * filesystem on "device" to "label". Filesystem labels are
 * limited to 16 characters.
 * 
 * You can use either "guestfs_tune2fs_l" or
 * "guestfs_get_e2label" to return the existing label on a
 * filesystem.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_set_e2label(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, const gchar *label, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_set_e2label(g, device, label);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_get_e2label:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * get the ext2/3/4 filesystem label
 *
 * This returns the ext2/3/4 filesystem label of the
 * filesystem on "device".
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full): the returned string, or NULL on error
 */
gchar *
guestfs_session_get_e2label(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char *ret = guestfs_get_e2label(g, device);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_set_e2uuid:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @uuid: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * set the ext2/3/4 filesystem UUID
 *
 * This sets the ext2/3/4 filesystem UUID of the filesystem
 * on "device" to "uuid". The format of the UUID and
 * alternatives such as "clear", "random" and "time" are
 * described in the tune2fs(8) manpage.
 * 
 * You can use either "guestfs_tune2fs_l" or
 * "guestfs_get_e2uuid" to return the existing UUID of a
 * filesystem.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_set_e2uuid(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, const gchar *uuid, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_set_e2uuid(g, device, uuid);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_get_e2uuid:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * get the ext2/3/4 filesystem UUID
 *
 * This returns the ext2/3/4 filesystem UUID of the
 * filesystem on "device".
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full): the returned string, or NULL on error
 */
gchar *
guestfs_session_get_e2uuid(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char *ret = guestfs_get_e2uuid(g, device);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_fsck:
 * @fstype: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * run the filesystem checker
 *
 * This runs the filesystem checker (fsck) on "device"
 * which should have filesystem type "fstype".
 * 
 * The returned integer is the status. See fsck(8) for the
 * list of status codes from "fsck".
 * 
 * Notes:
 * 
 * *   Multiple status codes can be summed together.
 * 
 * *   A non-zero return code can mean "success", for
 * example if errors have been corrected on the
 * filesystem.
 * 
 * *   Checking or repairing NTFS volumes is not supported
 * (by linux-ntfs).
 * 
 * This command is entirely equivalent to running "fsck -a
 * -t fstype device".
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint32
guestfs_session_fsck(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *fstype, const gchar *device, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_fsck(g, fstype, device);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_zero:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * write zeroes to the device
 *
 * This command writes zeroes over the first few blocks of
 * "device".
 * 
 * How many blocks are zeroed isn't specified (but it's
 * *not* enough to securely wipe the device). It should be
 * sufficient to remove any partition tables, filesystem
 * superblocks and so on.
 * 
 * If blocks are already zero, then this command avoids
 * writing zeroes. This prevents the underlying device from
 * becoming non-sparse or growing unnecessarily.
 * 
 * See also: "guestfs_zero_device", "guestfs_scrub_device",
 * "guestfs_is_zero_device"
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_zero(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_zero(g, device);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_grub_install:
 * @root: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * install GRUB 1
 *
 * This command installs GRUB 1 (the Grand Unified
 * Bootloader) on "device", with the root directory being
 * "root".
 * 
 * Notes:
 * 
 * *   There is currently no way in the API to install
 * grub2, which is used by most modern Linux guests. It
 * is possible to run the grub2 command from the guest,
 * although see the caveats in "RUNNING COMMANDS" in
 * guestfs(3).
 * 
 * *   This uses "grub-install" from the host.
 * Unfortunately grub is not always compatible with
 * itself, so this only works in rather narrow
 * circumstances. Careful testing with each guest
 * version is advisable.
 * 
 * *   If grub-install reports the error "No suitable drive
 * was found in the generated device map." it may be
 * that you need to create a "/boot/grub/device.map"
 * file first that contains the mapping between grub
 * device names and Linux device names. It is usually
 * sufficient to create a file containing:
 * 
 * (hd0) /dev/vda
 * 
 * replacing "/dev/vda" with the name of the
 * installation device.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_grub_install(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *root, const gchar *device, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_grub_install(g, root, device);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_cp:
 * @src: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @dest: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * copy a file
 *
 * This copies a file from "src" to "dest" where "dest" is
 * either a destination filename or destination directory.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_cp(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *src, const gchar *dest, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_cp(g, src, dest);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_cp_a:
 * @src: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @dest: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * copy a file or directory recursively
 *
 * This copies a file or directory from "src" to "dest"
 * recursively using the "cp -a" command.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_cp_a(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *src, const gchar *dest, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_cp_a(g, src, dest);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_mv:
 * @src: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @dest: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * move a file
 *
 * This moves a file from "src" to "dest" where "dest" is
 * either a destination filename or destination directory.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_mv(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *src, const gchar *dest, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_mv(g, src, dest);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_drop_caches:
 * @whattodrop:
 *
 * drop kernel page cache, dentries and inodes
 *
 * This instructs the guest kernel to drop its page cache,
 * and/or dentries and inode caches. The parameter
 * "whattodrop" tells the kernel what precisely to drop,
 * see <http://linux-mm.org/Drop_Caches>
 * 
 * Setting "whattodrop" to 3 should drop everything.
 * 
 * This automatically calls sync(2) before the operation,
 * so that the maximum guest memory is freed.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_drop_caches(GuestfsSession *session, gint32 whattodrop, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_drop_caches(g, whattodrop);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_dmesg:
 *
 * return kernel messages
 *
 * This returns the kernel messages ("dmesg" output) from
 * the guest kernel. This is sometimes useful for extended
 * debugging of problems.
 * 
 * Another way to get the same information is to enable
 * verbose messages with "guestfs_set_verbose" or by
 * setting the environment variable "LIBGUESTFS_DEBUG=1"
 * before running the program.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full): the returned string, or NULL on error
 */
gchar *
guestfs_session_dmesg(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char *ret = guestfs_dmesg(g);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_ping_daemon:
 *
 * ping the guest daemon
 *
 * This is a test probe into the guestfs daemon running
 * inside the qemu subprocess. Calling this function checks
 * that the daemon responds to the ping message, without
 * affecting the daemon or attached block device(s) in any
 * other way.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_ping_daemon(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_ping_daemon(g);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_equal:
 * @file1: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @file2: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * test if two files have equal contents
 *
 * This compares the two files "file1" and "file2" and
 * returns true if their content is exactly equal, or false
 * otherwise.
 * 
 * The external cmp(1) program is used for the comparison.
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint8
guestfs_session_equal(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *file1, const gchar *file2, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_equal(g, file1, file2);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_strings:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * print the printable strings in a file
 *
 * This runs the strings(1) command on a file and returns
 * the list of printable strings found.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of returned strings, or NULL on error
 */
gchar **
guestfs_session_strings(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char **ret = guestfs_strings(g, path);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_strings_e:
 * @encoding: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * print the printable strings in a file
 *
 * This is like the "guestfs_strings" command, but allows
 * you to specify the encoding of strings that are looked
 * for in the source file "path".
 * 
 * Allowed encodings are:
 * 
 * s   Single 7-bit-byte characters like ASCII and the
 * ASCII-compatible parts of ISO-8859-X (this is what
 * "guestfs_strings" uses).
 * 
 * S   Single 8-bit-byte characters.
 * 
 * b   16-bit big endian strings such as those encoded in
 * UTF-16BE or UCS-2BE.
 * 
 * l (lower case letter L)
 * 16-bit little endian such as UTF-16LE and UCS-2LE.
 * This is useful for examining binaries in Windows
 * guests.
 * 
 * B   32-bit big endian such as UCS-4BE.
 * 
 * L   32-bit little endian such as UCS-4LE.
 * 
 * The returned strings are transcoded to UTF-8.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of returned strings, or NULL on error
 */
gchar **
guestfs_session_strings_e(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *encoding, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char **ret = guestfs_strings_e(g, encoding, path);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_hexdump:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * dump a file in hexadecimal
 *
 * This runs "hexdump -C" on the given "path". The result
 * is the human-readable, canonical hex dump of the file.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full): the returned string, or NULL on error
 */
gchar *
guestfs_session_hexdump(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char *ret = guestfs_hexdump(g, path);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_zerofree:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * zero unused inodes and disk blocks on ext2/3 filesystem
 *
 * This runs the *zerofree* program on "device". This
 * program claims to zero unused inodes and disk blocks on
 * an ext2/3 filesystem, thus making it possible to
 * compress the filesystem more effectively.
 * 
 * You should not run this program if the filesystem is
 * mounted.
 * 
 * It is possible that using this program can damage the
 * filesystem or data on the filesystem.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_zerofree(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_zerofree(g, device);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_pvresize:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * resize an LVM physical volume
 *
 * This resizes (expands or shrinks) an existing LVM
 * physical volume to match the new size of the underlying
 * device.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_pvresize(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_pvresize(g, device);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_sfdisk_N:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @partnum:
 * @cyls:
 * @heads:
 * @sectors:
 * @line: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * modify a single partition on a block device
 *
 * This runs sfdisk(8) option to modify just the single
 * partition "n" (note: "n" counts from 1).
 * 
 * For other parameters, see "guestfs_sfdisk". You should
 * usually pass 0 for the cyls/heads/sectors parameters.
 * 
 * See also: "guestfs_part_add"
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_sfdisk_N(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, gint32 partnum, gint32 cyls, gint32 heads, gint32 sectors, const gchar *line, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_sfdisk_N(g, device, partnum, cyls, heads, sectors, line);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_sfdisk_l:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * display the partition table
 *
 * This displays the partition table on "device", in the
 * human-readable output of the sfdisk(8) command. It is
 * not intended to be parsed.
 * 
 * See also: "guestfs_part_list"
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full): the returned string, or NULL on error
 */
gchar *
guestfs_session_sfdisk_l(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char *ret = guestfs_sfdisk_l(g, device);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_sfdisk_kernel_geometry:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * display the kernel geometry
 *
 * This displays the kernel's idea of the geometry of
 * "device".
 * 
 * The result is in human-readable format, and not designed
 * to be parsed.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full): the returned string, or NULL on error
 */
gchar *
guestfs_session_sfdisk_kernel_geometry(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char *ret = guestfs_sfdisk_kernel_geometry(g, device);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_sfdisk_disk_geometry:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * display the disk geometry from the partition table
 *
 * This displays the disk geometry of "device" read from
 * the partition table. Especially in the case where the
 * underlying block device has been resized, this can be
 * different from the kernel's idea of the geometry (see
 * "guestfs_sfdisk_kernel_geometry").
 * 
 * The result is in human-readable format, and not designed
 * to be parsed.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full): the returned string, or NULL on error
 */
gchar *
guestfs_session_sfdisk_disk_geometry(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char *ret = guestfs_sfdisk_disk_geometry(g, device);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_vg_activate_all:
 * @activate:
 *
 * activate or deactivate all volume groups
 *
 * This command activates or (if "activate" is false)
 * deactivates all logical volumes in all volume groups.
 * 
 * This command is the same as running "vgchange -a y|n"
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_vg_activate_all(GuestfsSession *session, gboolean activate, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_vg_activate_all(g, activate);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_vg_activate:
 * @activate:
 * @volgroups: (transfer none) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of strings
 *
 * activate or deactivate some volume groups
 *
 * This command activates or (if "activate" is false)
 * deactivates all logical volumes in the listed volume
 * groups "volgroups".
 * 
 * This command is the same as running "vgchange -a y|n
 * volgroups..."
 * 
 * Note that if "volgroups" is an empty list then all
 * volume groups are activated or deactivated.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_vg_activate(GuestfsSession *session, gboolean activate, gchar *const *volgroups, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_vg_activate(g, activate, volgroups);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_lvresize:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @mbytes:
 *
 * resize an LVM logical volume
 *
 * This resizes (expands or shrinks) an existing LVM
 * logical volume to "mbytes". When reducing, data in the
 * reduced part is lost.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_lvresize(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, gint32 mbytes, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_lvresize(g, device, mbytes);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_resize2fs:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * resize an ext2, ext3 or ext4 filesystem
 *
 * This resizes an ext2, ext3 or ext4 filesystem to match
 * the size of the underlying device.
 * 
 * *Note:* It is sometimes required that you run
 * "guestfs_e2fsck_f" on the "device" before calling this
 * command. For unknown reasons "resize2fs" sometimes gives
 * an error about this and sometimes not. In any case, it
 * is always safe to call "guestfs_e2fsck_f" before calling
 * this function.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_resize2fs(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_resize2fs(g, device);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_find:
 * @directory: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * find all files and directories
 *
 * This command lists out all files and directories,
 * recursively, starting at "directory". It is essentially
 * equivalent to running the shell command "find directory
 * -print" but some post-processing happens on the output,
 * described below.
 * 
 * This returns a list of strings *without any prefix*.
 * Thus if the directory structure was:
 * 
 * /tmp/a
 * /tmp/b
 * /tmp/c/d
 * 
 * then the returned list from "guestfs_find" "/tmp" would
 * be 4 elements:
 * 
 * a
 * b
 * c
 * c/d
 * 
 * If "directory" is not a directory, then this command
 * returns an error.
 * 
 * The returned list is sorted.
 * 
 * See also "guestfs_find0".
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of returned strings, or NULL on error
 */
gchar **
guestfs_session_find(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *directory, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char **ret = guestfs_find(g, directory);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_e2fsck_f:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * check an ext2/ext3 filesystem
 *
 * This runs "e2fsck -p -f device", ie. runs the ext2/ext3
 * filesystem checker on "device", noninteractively (*-p*),
 * even if the filesystem appears to be clean (*-f*).
 * 
 * This command is only needed because of
 * "guestfs_resize2fs" (q.v.). Normally you should use
 * "guestfs_fsck".
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_e2fsck_f(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_e2fsck_f(g, device);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_sleep:
 * @secs:
 *
 * sleep for some seconds
 *
 * Sleep for "secs" seconds.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_sleep(GuestfsSession *session, gint32 secs, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_sleep(g, secs);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_ntfs_3g_probe:
 * @rw:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * probe NTFS volume
 *
 * This command runs the ntfs-3g.probe(8) command which
 * probes an NTFS "device" for mountability. (Not all NTFS
 * volumes can be mounted read-write, and some cannot be
 * mounted at all).
 * 
 * "rw" is a boolean flag. Set it to true if you want to
 * test if the volume can be mounted read-write. Set it to
 * false if you want to test if the volume can be mounted
 * read-only.
 * 
 * The return value is an integer which 0 if the operation
 * would succeed, or some non-zero value documented in the
 * ntfs-3g.probe(8) manual page.
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint32
guestfs_session_ntfs_3g_probe(GuestfsSession *session, gboolean rw, const gchar *device, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_ntfs_3g_probe(g, rw, device);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_sh:
 * @command: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * run a command via the shell
 *
 * This call runs a command from the guest filesystem via
 * the guest's "/bin/sh".
 * 
 * This is like "guestfs_command", but passes the command
 * to:
 * 
 * /bin/sh -c "command"
 * 
 * Depending on the guest's shell, this usually results in
 * wildcards being expanded, shell expressions being
 * interpolated and so on.
 * 
 * All the provisos about "guestfs_command" apply to this
 * call.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full): the returned string, or NULL on error
 */
gchar *
guestfs_session_sh(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *command, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char *ret = guestfs_sh(g, command);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_sh_lines:
 * @command: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * run a command via the shell returning lines
 *
 * This is the same as "guestfs_sh", but splits the result
 * into a list of lines.
 * 
 * See also: "guestfs_command_lines"
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of returned strings, or NULL on error
 */
gchar **
guestfs_session_sh_lines(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *command, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char **ret = guestfs_sh_lines(g, command);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_glob_expand:
 * @pattern: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * expand a wildcard path
 *
 * This command searches for all the pathnames matching
 * "pattern" according to the wildcard expansion rules used
 * by the shell.
 * 
 * If no paths match, then this returns an empty list
 * (note: not an error).
 * 
 * It is just a wrapper around the C glob(3) function with
 * flags "GLOB_MARK|GLOB_BRACE". See that manual page for
 * more details.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of returned strings, or NULL on error
 */
gchar **
guestfs_session_glob_expand(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *pattern, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char **ret = guestfs_glob_expand(g, pattern);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_scrub_device:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * scrub (securely wipe) a device
 *
 * This command writes patterns over "device" to make data
 * retrieval more difficult.
 * 
 * It is an interface to the scrub(1) program. See that
 * manual page for more details.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_scrub_device(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_scrub_device(g, device);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_scrub_file:
 * @file: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * scrub (securely wipe) a file
 *
 * This command writes patterns over a file to make data
 * retrieval more difficult.
 * 
 * The file is *removed* after scrubbing.
 * 
 * It is an interface to the scrub(1) program. See that
 * manual page for more details.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_scrub_file(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *file, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_scrub_file(g, file);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_scrub_freespace:
 * @dir: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * scrub (securely wipe) free space
 *
 * This command creates the directory "dir" and then fills
 * it with files until the filesystem is full, and scrubs
 * the files as for "guestfs_scrub_file", and deletes them.
 * The intention is to scrub any free space on the
 * partition containing "dir".
 * 
 * It is an interface to the scrub(1) program. See that
 * manual page for more details.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_scrub_freespace(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *dir, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_scrub_freespace(g, dir);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_mkdtemp:
 * @template: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * create a temporary directory
 *
 * This command creates a temporary directory. The
 * "template" parameter should be a full pathname for the
 * temporary directory name with the final six characters
 * being "XXXXXX".
 * 
 * For example: "/tmp/myprogXXXXXX" or
 * "/Temp/myprogXXXXXX", the second one being suitable for
 * Windows filesystems.
 * 
 * The name of the temporary directory that was created is
 * returned.
 * 
 * The temporary directory is created with mode 0700 and is
 * owned by root.
 * 
 * The caller is responsible for deleting the temporary
 * directory and its contents after use.
 * 
 * See also: mkdtemp(3)
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full): the returned string, or NULL on error
 */
gchar *
guestfs_session_mkdtemp(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *template, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char *ret = guestfs_mkdtemp(g, template);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_wc_l:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * count lines in a file
 *
 * This command counts the lines in a file, using the "wc
 * -l" external command.
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint32
guestfs_session_wc_l(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_wc_l(g, path);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_wc_w:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * count words in a file
 *
 * This command counts the words in a file, using the "wc
 * -w" external command.
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint32
guestfs_session_wc_w(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_wc_w(g, path);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_wc_c:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * count characters in a file
 *
 * This command counts the characters in a file, using the
 * "wc -c" external command.
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint32
guestfs_session_wc_c(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_wc_c(g, path);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_head:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * return first 10 lines of a file
 *
 * This command returns up to the first 10 lines of a file
 * as a list of strings.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of returned strings, or NULL on error
 */
gchar **
guestfs_session_head(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char **ret = guestfs_head(g, path);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_head_n:
 * @nrlines:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * return first N lines of a file
 *
 * If the parameter "nrlines" is a positive number, this
 * returns the first "nrlines" lines of the file "path".
 * 
 * If the parameter "nrlines" is a negative number, this
 * returns lines from the file "path", excluding the last
 * "nrlines" lines.
 * 
 * If the parameter "nrlines" is zero, this returns an
 * empty list.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of returned strings, or NULL on error
 */
gchar **
guestfs_session_head_n(GuestfsSession *session, gint32 nrlines, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char **ret = guestfs_head_n(g, nrlines, path);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_tail:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * return last 10 lines of a file
 *
 * This command returns up to the last 10 lines of a file
 * as a list of strings.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of returned strings, or NULL on error
 */
gchar **
guestfs_session_tail(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char **ret = guestfs_tail(g, path);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_tail_n:
 * @nrlines:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * return last N lines of a file
 *
 * If the parameter "nrlines" is a positive number, this
 * returns the last "nrlines" lines of the file "path".
 * 
 * If the parameter "nrlines" is a negative number, this
 * returns lines from the file "path", starting with the
 * "-nrlines"th line.
 * 
 * If the parameter "nrlines" is zero, this returns an
 * empty list.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of returned strings, or NULL on error
 */
gchar **
guestfs_session_tail_n(GuestfsSession *session, gint32 nrlines, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char **ret = guestfs_tail_n(g, nrlines, path);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_df:
 *
 * report file system disk space usage
 *
 * This command runs the "df" command to report disk space
 * used.
 * 
 * This command is mostly useful for interactive sessions.
 * It is *not* intended that you try to parse the output
 * string. Use "guestfs_statvfs" from programs.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full): the returned string, or NULL on error
 */
gchar *
guestfs_session_df(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char *ret = guestfs_df(g);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_df_h:
 *
 * report file system disk space usage (human readable)
 *
 * This command runs the "df -h" command to report disk
 * space used in human-readable format.
 * 
 * This command is mostly useful for interactive sessions.
 * It is *not* intended that you try to parse the output
 * string. Use "guestfs_statvfs" from programs.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full): the returned string, or NULL on error
 */
gchar *
guestfs_session_df_h(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char *ret = guestfs_df_h(g);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_du:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * estimate file space usage
 *
 * This command runs the "du -s" command to estimate file
 * space usage for "path".
 * 
 * "path" can be a file or a directory. If "path" is a
 * directory then the estimate includes the contents of the
 * directory and all subdirectories (recursively).
 * 
 * The result is the estimated size in *kilobytes* (ie.
 * units of 1024 bytes).
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint64
guestfs_session_du(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int64_t ret = guestfs_du(g, path);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_initrd_list:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * list files in an initrd
 *
 * This command lists out files contained in an initrd.
 * 
 * The files are listed without any initial "/" character.
 * The files are listed in the order they appear (not
 * necessarily alphabetical). Directory names are listed as
 * separate items.
 * 
 * Old Linux kernels (2.4 and earlier) used a compressed
 * ext2 filesystem as initrd. We *only* support the newer
 * initramfs format (compressed cpio files).
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of returned strings, or NULL on error
 */
gchar **
guestfs_session_initrd_list(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char **ret = guestfs_initrd_list(g, path);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_mount_loop:
 * @file: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @mountpoint: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * mount a file using the loop device
 *
 * This command lets you mount "file" (a filesystem image
 * in a file) on a mount point. It is entirely equivalent
 * to the command "mount -o loop file mountpoint".
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_mount_loop(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *file, const gchar *mountpoint, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_mount_loop(g, file, mountpoint);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_mkswap:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * create a swap partition
 *
 * Create a swap partition on "device".
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_mkswap(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_mkswap(g, device);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_mkswap_L:
 * @label: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * create a swap partition with a label
 *
 * Create a swap partition on "device" with label "label".
 * 
 * Note that you cannot attach a swap label to a block
 * device (eg. "/dev/sda"), just to a partition. This
 * appears to be a limitation of the kernel or swap tools.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_mkswap_L(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *label, const gchar *device, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_mkswap_L(g, label, device);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_mkswap_U:
 * @uuid: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * create a swap partition with an explicit UUID
 *
 * Create a swap partition on "device" with UUID "uuid".
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_mkswap_U(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *uuid, const gchar *device, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_mkswap_U(g, uuid, device);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_mknod:
 * @mode:
 * @devmajor:
 * @devminor:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * make block, character or FIFO devices
 *
 * This call creates block or character special devices, or
 * named pipes (FIFOs).
 * 
 * The "mode" parameter should be the mode, using the
 * standard constants. "devmajor" and "devminor" are the
 * device major and minor numbers, only used when creating
 * block and character special devices.
 * 
 * Note that, just like mknod(2), the mode must be bitwise
 * OR'd with S_IFBLK, S_IFCHR, S_IFIFO or S_IFSOCK
 * (otherwise this call just creates a regular file). These
 * constants are available in the standard Linux header
 * files, or you can use "guestfs_mknod_b",
 * "guestfs_mknod_c" or "guestfs_mkfifo" which are wrappers
 * around this command which bitwise OR in the appropriate
 * constant for you.
 * 
 * The mode actually set is affected by the umask.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_mknod(GuestfsSession *session, gint32 mode, gint32 devmajor, gint32 devminor, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_mknod(g, mode, devmajor, devminor, path);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_mkfifo:
 * @mode:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * make FIFO (named pipe)
 *
 * This call creates a FIFO (named pipe) called "path" with
 * mode "mode". It is just a convenient wrapper around
 * "guestfs_mknod".
 * 
 * The mode actually set is affected by the umask.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_mkfifo(GuestfsSession *session, gint32 mode, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_mkfifo(g, mode, path);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_mknod_b:
 * @mode:
 * @devmajor:
 * @devminor:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * make block device node
 *
 * This call creates a block device node called "path" with
 * mode "mode" and device major/minor "devmajor" and
 * "devminor". It is just a convenient wrapper around
 * "guestfs_mknod".
 * 
 * The mode actually set is affected by the umask.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_mknod_b(GuestfsSession *session, gint32 mode, gint32 devmajor, gint32 devminor, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_mknod_b(g, mode, devmajor, devminor, path);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_mknod_c:
 * @mode:
 * @devmajor:
 * @devminor:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * make char device node
 *
 * This call creates a char device node called "path" with
 * mode "mode" and device major/minor "devmajor" and
 * "devminor". It is just a convenient wrapper around
 * "guestfs_mknod".
 * 
 * The mode actually set is affected by the umask.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_mknod_c(GuestfsSession *session, gint32 mode, gint32 devmajor, gint32 devminor, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_mknod_c(g, mode, devmajor, devminor, path);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_umask:
 * @mask:
 *
 * set file mode creation mask (umask)
 *
 * This function sets the mask used for creating new files
 * and device nodes to "mask & 0777".
 * 
 * Typical umask values would be 022 which creates new
 * files with permissions like "-rw-r--r--" or
 * "-rwxr-xr-x", and 002 which creates new files with
 * permissions like "-rw-rw-r--" or "-rwxrwxr-x".
 * 
 * The default umask is 022. This is important because it
 * means that directories and device nodes will be created
 * with 0644 or 0755 mode even if you specify 0777.
 * 
 * See also "guestfs_get_umask", umask(2), "guestfs_mknod",
 * "guestfs_mkdir".
 * 
 * This call returns the previous umask.
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint32
guestfs_session_umask(GuestfsSession *session, gint32 mask, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_umask(g, mask);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_readdir:
 * @dir: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * read directories entries
 *
 * This returns the list of directory entries in directory
 * "dir".
 * 
 * All entries in the directory are returned, including "."
 * and "..". The entries are *not* sorted, but returned in
 * the same order as the underlying filesystem.
 * 
 * Also this call returns basic file type information about
 * each file. The "ftyp" field will contain one of the
 * following characters:
 * 
 * 'b' Block special
 * 
 * 'c' Char special
 * 
 * 'd' Directory
 * 
 * 'f' FIFO (named pipe)
 * 
 * 'l' Symbolic link
 * 
 * 'r' Regular file
 * 
 * 's' Socket
 * 
 * 'u' Unknown file type
 * 
 * '?' The readdir(3) call returned a "d_type" field with
 * an unexpected value
 * 
 * This function is primarily intended for use by programs.
 * To get a simple list of names, use "guestfs_ls". To get
 * a printable directory for human consumption, use
 * "guestfs_ll".
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type GuestfsDirent): an array of Dirent objects, or NULL on error
 */
GuestfsDirent **
guestfs_session_readdir(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *dir, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  struct guestfs_dirent_list *ret = guestfs_readdir(g, dir);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  GuestfsDirent **l = g_malloc(sizeof(GuestfsDirent*) * (ret->len + 1));
  gsize i;
  for(i = 0; i < ret->len; i++) {
    GuestfsDirent *s = g_slice_new(GuestfsDirent);
    s->ino = ret->val[i].ino;
    s->ftyp = ret->val[i].ftyp;
    s->name = g_strdup(ret->val[i].name);
    l[i] = s;
  }
  guestfs_free_dirent_list(ret);
  l[i] = NULL;
  return l;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_sfdiskM:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @lines: (transfer none) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of strings
 *
 * create partitions on a block device
 *
 * This is a simplified interface to the "guestfs_sfdisk"
 * command, where partition sizes are specified in
 * megabytes only (rounded to the nearest cylinder) and you
 * don't need to specify the cyls, heads and sectors
 * parameters which were rarely if ever used anyway.
 * 
 * See also: "guestfs_sfdisk", the sfdisk(8) manpage and
 * "guestfs_part_disk"
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_sfdiskM(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, gchar *const *lines, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_sfdiskM(g, device, lines);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_zfile:
 * @meth: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * determine file type inside a compressed file
 *
 * This command runs "file" after first decompressing
 * "path" using "method".
 * 
 * "method" must be one of "gzip", "compress" or "bzip2".
 * 
 * Since 1.0.63, use "guestfs_file" instead which can now
 * process compressed files.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full): the returned string, or NULL on error
 */
gchar *
guestfs_session_zfile(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *meth, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char *ret = guestfs_zfile(g, meth, path);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_getxattrs:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * list extended attributes of a file or directory
 *
 * This call lists the extended attributes of the file or
 * directory "path".
 * 
 * At the system call level, this is a combination of the
 * listxattr(2) and getxattr(2) calls.
 * 
 * See also: "guestfs_lgetxattrs", attr(5).
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type GuestfsXAttr): an array of XAttr objects, or NULL on error
 */
GuestfsXAttr **
guestfs_session_getxattrs(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  struct guestfs_xattr_list *ret = guestfs_getxattrs(g, path);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  GuestfsXAttr **l = g_malloc(sizeof(GuestfsXAttr*) * (ret->len + 1));
  gsize i;
  for(i = 0; i < ret->len; i++) {
    GuestfsXAttr *s = g_slice_new(GuestfsXAttr);
    s->attrname = g_strdup(ret->val[i].attrname);
    s->attrval = ret->val[i].attrval;
    s->attrval_size = ret->val[i].attrval_len;
    l[i] = s;
  }
  guestfs_free_xattr_list(ret);
  l[i] = NULL;
  return l;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_lgetxattrs:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * list extended attributes of a file or directory
 *
 * This is the same as "guestfs_getxattrs", but if "path"
 * is a symbolic link, then it returns the extended
 * attributes of the link itself.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type GuestfsXAttr): an array of XAttr objects, or NULL on error
 */
GuestfsXAttr **
guestfs_session_lgetxattrs(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  struct guestfs_xattr_list *ret = guestfs_lgetxattrs(g, path);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  GuestfsXAttr **l = g_malloc(sizeof(GuestfsXAttr*) * (ret->len + 1));
  gsize i;
  for(i = 0; i < ret->len; i++) {
    GuestfsXAttr *s = g_slice_new(GuestfsXAttr);
    s->attrname = g_strdup(ret->val[i].attrname);
    s->attrval = ret->val[i].attrval;
    s->attrval_size = ret->val[i].attrval_len;
    l[i] = s;
  }
  guestfs_free_xattr_list(ret);
  l[i] = NULL;
  return l;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_setxattr:
 * @xattr: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @val: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @vallen:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * set extended attribute of a file or directory
 *
 * This call sets the extended attribute named "xattr" of
 * the file "path" to the value "val" (of length "vallen").
 * The value is arbitrary 8 bit data.
 * 
 * See also: "guestfs_lsetxattr", attr(5).
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_setxattr(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *xattr, const gchar *val, gint32 vallen, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_setxattr(g, xattr, val, vallen, path);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_lsetxattr:
 * @xattr: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @val: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @vallen:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * set extended attribute of a file or directory
 *
 * This is the same as "guestfs_setxattr", but if "path" is
 * a symbolic link, then it sets an extended attribute of
 * the link itself.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_lsetxattr(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *xattr, const gchar *val, gint32 vallen, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_lsetxattr(g, xattr, val, vallen, path);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_removexattr:
 * @xattr: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * remove extended attribute of a file or directory
 *
 * This call removes the extended attribute named "xattr"
 * of the file "path".
 * 
 * See also: "guestfs_lremovexattr", attr(5).
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_removexattr(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *xattr, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_removexattr(g, xattr, path);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_lremovexattr:
 * @xattr: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * remove extended attribute of a file or directory
 *
 * This is the same as "guestfs_removexattr", but if "path"
 * is a symbolic link, then it removes an extended
 * attribute of the link itself.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_lremovexattr(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *xattr, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_lremovexattr(g, xattr, path);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_mountpoints:
 *
 * show mountpoints
 *
 * This call is similar to "guestfs_mounts". That call
 * returns a list of devices. This one returns a hash table
 * (map) of device name to directory where the device is
 * mounted.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (element-type utf8 utf8): a GHashTable of results, or NULL on error
 */
GHashTable *
guestfs_session_mountpoints(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char **ret = guestfs_mountpoints(g);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  GHashTable *h = g_hash_table_new_full(g_str_hash, g_str_equal, g_free, g_free);
  char **i = ret;
  while (*i) {
    char *key = *i; i++;
    char *value = *i; i++;
    g_hash_table_insert(h, key, value);
  };
  g_free(ret);
  return h;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_mkmountpoint:
 * @exemptpath: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * create a mountpoint
 *
 * "guestfs_mkmountpoint" and "guestfs_rmmountpoint" are
 * specialized calls that can be used to create extra
 * mountpoints before mounting the first filesystem.
 * 
 * These calls are *only* necessary in some very limited
 * circumstances, mainly the case where you want to mount a
 * mix of unrelated and/or read-only filesystems together.
 * 
 * For example, live CDs often contain a "Russian doll"
 * nest of filesystems, an ISO outer layer, with a squashfs
 * image inside, with an ext2/3 image inside that. You can
 * unpack this as follows in guestfish:
 * 
 * add-ro Fedora-11-i686-Live.iso
 * run
 * mkmountpoint /cd
 * mkmountpoint /sqsh
 * mkmountpoint /ext3fs
 * mount /dev/sda /cd
 * mount-loop /cd/LiveOS/squashfs.img /sqsh
 * mount-loop /sqsh/LiveOS/ext3fs.img /ext3fs
 * 
 * The inner filesystem is now unpacked under the /ext3fs
 * mountpoint.
 * 
 * "guestfs_mkmountpoint" is not compatible with
 * "guestfs_umount_all". You may get unexpected errors if
 * you try to mix these calls. It is safest to manually
 * unmount filesystems and remove mountpoints after use.
 * 
 * "guestfs_umount_all" unmounts filesystems by sorting the
 * paths longest first, so for this to work for manual
 * mountpoints, you must ensure that the innermost
 * mountpoints have the longest pathnames, as in the
 * example code above.
 * 
 * For more details see
 * <https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=599503>
 * 
 * Autosync [see "guestfs_set_autosync", this is set by
 * default on handles] can cause "guestfs_umount_all" to be
 * called when the handle is closed which can also trigger
 * these issues.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_mkmountpoint(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *exemptpath, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_mkmountpoint(g, exemptpath);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_rmmountpoint:
 * @exemptpath: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * remove a mountpoint
 *
 * This calls removes a mountpoint that was previously
 * created with "guestfs_mkmountpoint". See
 * "guestfs_mkmountpoint" for full details.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_rmmountpoint(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *exemptpath, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_rmmountpoint(g, exemptpath);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_read_file:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * read a file
 *
 * This calls returns the contents of the file "path" as a
 * buffer.
 * 
 * Unlike "guestfs_cat", this function can correctly handle
 * files that contain embedded ASCII NUL characters.
 * However unlike "guestfs_download", this function is
 * limited in the total size of file that can be handled.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array length=size_r) (element-type guint8): an array of binary data, or NULL on error
 */
guint8 *
guestfs_session_read_file(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *path, gsize *size_r, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char *ret = guestfs_read_file(g, path, size_r);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_grep:
 * @regex: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * return lines matching a pattern
 *
 * This calls the external "grep" program and returns the
 * matching lines.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of returned strings, or NULL on error
 */
gchar **
guestfs_session_grep(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *regex, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char **ret = guestfs_grep(g, regex, path);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_egrep:
 * @regex: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * return lines matching a pattern
 *
 * This calls the external "egrep" program and returns the
 * matching lines.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of returned strings, or NULL on error
 */
gchar **
guestfs_session_egrep(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *regex, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char **ret = guestfs_egrep(g, regex, path);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_fgrep:
 * @pattern: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * return lines matching a pattern
 *
 * This calls the external "fgrep" program and returns the
 * matching lines.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of returned strings, or NULL on error
 */
gchar **
guestfs_session_fgrep(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *pattern, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char **ret = guestfs_fgrep(g, pattern, path);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_grepi:
 * @regex: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * return lines matching a pattern
 *
 * This calls the external "grep -i" program and returns
 * the matching lines.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of returned strings, or NULL on error
 */
gchar **
guestfs_session_grepi(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *regex, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char **ret = guestfs_grepi(g, regex, path);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_egrepi:
 * @regex: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * return lines matching a pattern
 *
 * This calls the external "egrep -i" program and returns
 * the matching lines.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of returned strings, or NULL on error
 */
gchar **
guestfs_session_egrepi(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *regex, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char **ret = guestfs_egrepi(g, regex, path);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_fgrepi:
 * @pattern: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * return lines matching a pattern
 *
 * This calls the external "fgrep -i" program and returns
 * the matching lines.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of returned strings, or NULL on error
 */
gchar **
guestfs_session_fgrepi(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *pattern, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char **ret = guestfs_fgrepi(g, pattern, path);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_zgrep:
 * @regex: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * return lines matching a pattern
 *
 * This calls the external "zgrep" program and returns the
 * matching lines.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of returned strings, or NULL on error
 */
gchar **
guestfs_session_zgrep(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *regex, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char **ret = guestfs_zgrep(g, regex, path);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_zegrep:
 * @regex: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * return lines matching a pattern
 *
 * This calls the external "zegrep" program and returns the
 * matching lines.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of returned strings, or NULL on error
 */
gchar **
guestfs_session_zegrep(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *regex, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char **ret = guestfs_zegrep(g, regex, path);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_zfgrep:
 * @pattern: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * return lines matching a pattern
 *
 * This calls the external "zfgrep" program and returns the
 * matching lines.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of returned strings, or NULL on error
 */
gchar **
guestfs_session_zfgrep(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *pattern, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char **ret = guestfs_zfgrep(g, pattern, path);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_zgrepi:
 * @regex: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * return lines matching a pattern
 *
 * This calls the external "zgrep -i" program and returns
 * the matching lines.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of returned strings, or NULL on error
 */
gchar **
guestfs_session_zgrepi(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *regex, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char **ret = guestfs_zgrepi(g, regex, path);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_zegrepi:
 * @regex: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * return lines matching a pattern
 *
 * This calls the external "zegrep -i" program and returns
 * the matching lines.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of returned strings, or NULL on error
 */
gchar **
guestfs_session_zegrepi(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *regex, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char **ret = guestfs_zegrepi(g, regex, path);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_zfgrepi:
 * @pattern: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * return lines matching a pattern
 *
 * This calls the external "zfgrep -i" program and returns
 * the matching lines.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of returned strings, or NULL on error
 */
gchar **
guestfs_session_zfgrepi(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *pattern, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char **ret = guestfs_zfgrepi(g, pattern, path);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_realpath:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * canonicalized absolute pathname
 *
 * Return the canonicalized absolute pathname of "path".
 * The returned path has no ".", ".." or symbolic link path
 * elements.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full): the returned string, or NULL on error
 */
gchar *
guestfs_session_realpath(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char *ret = guestfs_realpath(g, path);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_ln:
 * @target: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @linkname: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * create a hard link
 *
 * This command creates a hard link using the "ln" command.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_ln(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *target, const gchar *linkname, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_ln(g, target, linkname);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_ln_f:
 * @target: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @linkname: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * create a hard link
 *
 * This command creates a hard link using the "ln -f"
 * command. The *-f* option removes the link ("linkname")
 * if it exists already.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_ln_f(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *target, const gchar *linkname, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_ln_f(g, target, linkname);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_ln_s:
 * @target: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @linkname: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * create a symbolic link
 *
 * This command creates a symbolic link using the "ln -s"
 * command.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_ln_s(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *target, const gchar *linkname, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_ln_s(g, target, linkname);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_ln_sf:
 * @target: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @linkname: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * create a symbolic link
 *
 * This command creates a symbolic link using the "ln -sf"
 * command, The *-f* option removes the link ("linkname")
 * if it exists already.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_ln_sf(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *target, const gchar *linkname, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_ln_sf(g, target, linkname);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_readlink:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * read the target of a symbolic link
 *
 * This command reads the target of a symbolic link.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full): the returned string, or NULL on error
 */
gchar *
guestfs_session_readlink(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char *ret = guestfs_readlink(g, path);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_fallocate:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @len:
 *
 * preallocate a file in the guest filesystem
 *
 * This command preallocates a file (containing zero bytes)
 * named "path" of size "len" bytes. If the file exists
 * already, it is overwritten.
 * 
 * Do not confuse this with the guestfish-specific "alloc"
 * command which allocates a file in the host and attaches
 * it as a device.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_fallocate(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *path, gint32 len, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_fallocate(g, path, len);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_swapon_device:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * enable swap on device
 *
 * This command enables the libguestfs appliance to use the
 * swap device or partition named "device". The increased
 * memory is made available for all commands, for example
 * those run using "guestfs_command" or "guestfs_sh".
 * 
 * Note that you should not swap to existing guest swap
 * partitions unless you know what you are doing. They may
 * contain hibernation information, or other information
 * that the guest doesn't want you to trash. You also risk
 * leaking information about the host to the guest this
 * way. Instead, attach a new host device to the guest and
 * swap on that.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_swapon_device(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_swapon_device(g, device);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_swapoff_device:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * disable swap on device
 *
 * This command disables the libguestfs appliance swap
 * device or partition named "device". See
 * "guestfs_swapon_device".
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_swapoff_device(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_swapoff_device(g, device);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_swapon_file:
 * @file: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * enable swap on file
 *
 * This command enables swap to a file. See
 * "guestfs_swapon_device" for other notes.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_swapon_file(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *file, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_swapon_file(g, file);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_swapoff_file:
 * @file: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * disable swap on file
 *
 * This command disables the libguestfs appliance swap on
 * file.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_swapoff_file(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *file, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_swapoff_file(g, file);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_swapon_label:
 * @label: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * enable swap on labeled swap partition
 *
 * This command enables swap to a labeled swap partition.
 * See "guestfs_swapon_device" for other notes.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_swapon_label(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *label, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_swapon_label(g, label);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_swapoff_label:
 * @label: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * disable swap on labeled swap partition
 *
 * This command disables the libguestfs appliance swap on
 * labeled swap partition.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_swapoff_label(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *label, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_swapoff_label(g, label);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_swapon_uuid:
 * @uuid: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * enable swap on swap partition by UUID
 *
 * This command enables swap to a swap partition with the
 * given UUID. See "guestfs_swapon_device" for other notes.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_swapon_uuid(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *uuid, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_swapon_uuid(g, uuid);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_swapoff_uuid:
 * @uuid: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * disable swap on swap partition by UUID
 *
 * This command disables the libguestfs appliance swap
 * partition with the given UUID.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_swapoff_uuid(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *uuid, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_swapoff_uuid(g, uuid);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_mkswap_file:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * create a swap file
 *
 * Create a swap file.
 * 
 * This command just writes a swap file signature to an
 * existing file. To create the file itself, use something
 * like "guestfs_fallocate".
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_mkswap_file(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_mkswap_file(g, path);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_inotify_init:
 * @maxevents:
 *
 * create an inotify handle
 *
 * This command creates a new inotify handle. The inotify
 * subsystem can be used to notify events which happen to
 * objects in the guest filesystem.
 * 
 * "maxevents" is the maximum number of events which will
 * be queued up between calls to "guestfs_inotify_read" or
 * "guestfs_inotify_files". If this is passed as 0, then
 * the kernel (or previously set) default is used. For
 * Linux 2.6.29 the default was 16384 events. Beyond this
 * limit, the kernel throws away events, but records the
 * fact that it threw them away by setting a flag
 * "IN_Q_OVERFLOW" in the returned structure list (see
 * "guestfs_inotify_read").
 * 
 * Before any events are generated, you have to add some
 * watches to the internal watch list. See:
 * "guestfs_inotify_add_watch", "guestfs_inotify_rm_watch"
 * and "guestfs_inotify_watch_all".
 * 
 * Queued up events should be read periodically by calling
 * "guestfs_inotify_read" (or "guestfs_inotify_files" which
 * is just a helpful wrapper around
 * "guestfs_inotify_read"). If you don't read the events
 * out often enough then you risk the internal queue
 * overflowing.
 * 
 * The handle should be closed after use by calling
 * "guestfs_inotify_close". This also removes any watches
 * automatically.
 * 
 * See also inotify(7) for an overview of the inotify
 * interface as exposed by the Linux kernel, which is
 * roughly what we expose via libguestfs. Note that there
 * is one global inotify handle per libguestfs instance.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_inotify_init(GuestfsSession *session, gint32 maxevents, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_inotify_init(g, maxevents);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_inotify_add_watch:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @mask:
 *
 * add an inotify watch
 *
 * Watch "path" for the events listed in "mask".
 * 
 * Note that if "path" is a directory then events within
 * that directory are watched, but this does *not* happen
 * recursively (in subdirectories).
 * 
 * Note for non-C or non-Linux callers: the inotify events
 * are defined by the Linux kernel ABI and are listed in
 * "/usr/include/sys/inotify.h".
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint64
guestfs_session_inotify_add_watch(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *path, gint32 mask, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int64_t ret = guestfs_inotify_add_watch(g, path, mask);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_inotify_rm_watch:
 * @wd:
 *
 * remove an inotify watch
 *
 * Remove a previously defined inotify watch. See
 * "guestfs_inotify_add_watch".
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_inotify_rm_watch(GuestfsSession *session, gint32 wd, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_inotify_rm_watch(g, wd);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_inotify_read:
 *
 * return list of inotify events
 *
 * Return the complete queue of events that have happened
 * since the previous read call.
 * 
 * If no events have happened, this returns an empty list.
 * 
 * *Note*: In order to make sure that all events have been
 * read, you must call this function repeatedly until it
 * returns an empty list. The reason is that the call will
 * read events up to the maximum appliance-to-host message
 * size and leave remaining events in the queue.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type GuestfsINotifyEvent): an array of INotifyEvent objects, or NULL on error
 */
GuestfsINotifyEvent **
guestfs_session_inotify_read(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  struct guestfs_inotify_event_list *ret = guestfs_inotify_read(g);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  GuestfsINotifyEvent **l = g_malloc(sizeof(GuestfsINotifyEvent*) * (ret->len + 1));
  gsize i;
  for(i = 0; i < ret->len; i++) {
    GuestfsINotifyEvent *s = g_slice_new(GuestfsINotifyEvent);
    s->in_wd = ret->val[i].in_wd;
    s->in_mask = ret->val[i].in_mask;
    s->in_cookie = ret->val[i].in_cookie;
    s->in_name = g_strdup(ret->val[i].in_name);
    l[i] = s;
  }
  guestfs_free_inotify_event_list(ret);
  l[i] = NULL;
  return l;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_inotify_files:
 *
 * return list of watched files that had events
 *
 * This function is a helpful wrapper around
 * "guestfs_inotify_read" which just returns a list of
 * pathnames of objects that were touched. The returned
 * pathnames are sorted and deduplicated.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of returned strings, or NULL on error
 */
gchar **
guestfs_session_inotify_files(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char **ret = guestfs_inotify_files(g);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_inotify_close:
 *
 * close the inotify handle
 *
 * This closes the inotify handle which was previously
 * opened by inotify_init. It removes all watches, throws
 * away any pending events, and deallocates all resources.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_inotify_close(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_inotify_close(g);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_setcon:
 * @context: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * set SELinux security context
 *
 * This sets the SELinux security context of the daemon to
 * the string "context".
 * 
 * See the documentation about SELINUX in guestfs(3).
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_setcon(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *context, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_setcon(g, context);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_getcon:
 *
 * get SELinux security context
 *
 * This gets the SELinux security context of the daemon.
 * 
 * See the documentation about SELINUX in guestfs(3), and
 * "guestfs_setcon"
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full): the returned string, or NULL on error
 */
gchar *
guestfs_session_getcon(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char *ret = guestfs_getcon(g);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_mkfs_b:
 * @fstype: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @blocksize:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * make a filesystem with block size
 *
 * This call is similar to "guestfs_mkfs", but it allows
 * you to control the block size of the resulting
 * filesystem. Supported block sizes depend on the
 * filesystem type, but typically they are 1024, 2048 or
 * 4096 only.
 * 
 * For VFAT and NTFS the "blocksize" parameter is treated
 * as the requested cluster size.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_mkfs_b(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *fstype, gint32 blocksize, const gchar *device, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_mkfs_b(g, fstype, blocksize, device);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_mke2journal:
 * @blocksize:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * make ext2/3/4 external journal
 *
 * This creates an ext2 external journal on "device". It is
 * equivalent to the command:
 * 
 * mke2fs -O journal_dev -b blocksize device
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_mke2journal(GuestfsSession *session, gint32 blocksize, const gchar *device, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_mke2journal(g, blocksize, device);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_mke2journal_L:
 * @blocksize:
 * @label: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * make ext2/3/4 external journal with label
 *
 * This creates an ext2 external journal on "device" with
 * label "label".
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_mke2journal_L(GuestfsSession *session, gint32 blocksize, const gchar *label, const gchar *device, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_mke2journal_L(g, blocksize, label, device);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_mke2journal_U:
 * @blocksize:
 * @uuid: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * make ext2/3/4 external journal with UUID
 *
 * This creates an ext2 external journal on "device" with
 * UUID "uuid".
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_mke2journal_U(GuestfsSession *session, gint32 blocksize, const gchar *uuid, const gchar *device, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_mke2journal_U(g, blocksize, uuid, device);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_mke2fs_J:
 * @fstype: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @blocksize:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @journal: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * make ext2/3/4 filesystem with external journal
 *
 * This creates an ext2/3/4 filesystem on "device" with an
 * external journal on "journal". It is equivalent to the
 * command:
 * 
 * mke2fs -t fstype -b blocksize -J device=<journal> <device>
 * 
 * See also "guestfs_mke2journal".
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_mke2fs_J(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *fstype, gint32 blocksize, const gchar *device, const gchar *journal, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_mke2fs_J(g, fstype, blocksize, device, journal);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_mke2fs_JL:
 * @fstype: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @blocksize:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @label: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * make ext2/3/4 filesystem with external journal
 *
 * This creates an ext2/3/4 filesystem on "device" with an
 * external journal on the journal labeled "label".
 * 
 * See also "guestfs_mke2journal_L".
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_mke2fs_JL(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *fstype, gint32 blocksize, const gchar *device, const gchar *label, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_mke2fs_JL(g, fstype, blocksize, device, label);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_mke2fs_JU:
 * @fstype: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @blocksize:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @uuid: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * make ext2/3/4 filesystem with external journal
 *
 * This creates an ext2/3/4 filesystem on "device" with an
 * external journal on the journal with UUID "uuid".
 * 
 * See also "guestfs_mke2journal_U".
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_mke2fs_JU(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *fstype, gint32 blocksize, const gchar *device, const gchar *uuid, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_mke2fs_JU(g, fstype, blocksize, device, uuid);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_modprobe:
 * @modulename: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * load a kernel module
 *
 * This loads a kernel module in the appliance.
 * 
 * The kernel module must have been whitelisted when
 * libguestfs was built (see "appliance/kmod.whitelist.in"
 * in the source).
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_modprobe(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *modulename, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_modprobe(g, modulename);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_echo_daemon:
 * @words: (transfer none) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of strings
 *
 * echo arguments back to the client
 *
 * This command concatenates the list of "words" passed
 * with single spaces between them and returns the
 * resulting string.
 * 
 * You can use this command to test the connection through
 * to the daemon.
 * 
 * See also "guestfs_ping_daemon".
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full): the returned string, or NULL on error
 */
gchar *
guestfs_session_echo_daemon(GuestfsSession *session, gchar *const *words, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char *ret = guestfs_echo_daemon(g, words);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_find0:
 * @directory: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @files: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * find all files and directories, returning NUL-separated list
 *
 * This command lists out all files and directories,
 * recursively, starting at "directory", placing the
 * resulting list in the external file called "files".
 * 
 * This command works the same way as "guestfs_find" with
 * the following exceptions:
 * 
 * *   The resulting list is written to an external file.
 * 
 * *   Items (filenames) in the result are separated by
 * "\0" characters. See find(1) option *-print0*.
 * 
 * *   This command is not limited in the number of names
 * that it can return.
 * 
 * *   The result list is not sorted.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_find0(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *directory, const gchar *files, GCancellable *cancellable, GError **err)
{
  /* Check we haven't already been cancelled */
  if (g_cancellable_set_error_if_cancelled (cancellable, err))
    return FALSE;

  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  gulong id = 0;
  if (cancellable) {
    id = g_cancellable_connect(cancellable,
                               G_CALLBACK(cancelled_handler),
                               g, NULL);
  }

  int ret = guestfs_find0(g, directory, files);
  g_cancellable_disconnect(cancellable, id);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_case_sensitive_path:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * return true path on case-insensitive filesystem
 *
 * This can be used to resolve case insensitive paths on a
 * filesystem which is case sensitive. The use case is to
 * resolve paths which you have read from Windows
 * configuration files or the Windows Registry, to the true
 * path.
 * 
 * The command handles a peculiarity of the Linux ntfs-3g
 * filesystem driver (and probably others), which is that
 * although the underlying filesystem is case-insensitive,
 * the driver exports the filesystem to Linux as
 * case-sensitive.
 * 
 * One consequence of this is that special directories such
 * as "c:\windows" may appear as "/WINDOWS" or "/windows"
 * (or other things) depending on the precise details of
 * how they were created. In Windows itself this would not
 * be a problem.
 * 
 * Bug or feature? You decide:
 * <http://www.tuxera.com/community/ntfs-3g-faq/#posixfilen
 * ames1>
 * 
 * This function resolves the true case of each element in
 * the path and returns the case-sensitive path.
 * 
 * Thus "guestfs_case_sensitive_path" ("/Windows/System32")
 * might return "/WINDOWS/system32" (the exact return value
 * would depend on details of how the directories were
 * originally created under Windows).
 * 
 * *Note*: This function does not handle drive names,
 * backslashes etc.
 * 
 * See also "guestfs_realpath".
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full): the returned string, or NULL on error
 */
gchar *
guestfs_session_case_sensitive_path(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char *ret = guestfs_case_sensitive_path(g, path);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_vfs_type:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * get the Linux VFS type corresponding to a mounted device
 *
 * This command gets the filesystem type corresponding to
 * the filesystem on "device".
 * 
 * For most filesystems, the result is the name of the
 * Linux VFS module which would be used to mount this
 * filesystem if you mounted it without specifying the
 * filesystem type. For example a string such as "ext3" or
 * "ntfs".
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full): the returned string, or NULL on error
 */
gchar *
guestfs_session_vfs_type(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char *ret = guestfs_vfs_type(g, device);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_truncate:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * truncate a file to zero size
 *
 * This command truncates "path" to a zero-length file. The
 * file must exist already.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_truncate(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_truncate(g, path);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_truncate_size:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @size:
 *
 * truncate a file to a particular size
 *
 * This command truncates "path" to size "size" bytes. The
 * file must exist already.
 * 
 * If the current file size is less than "size" then the
 * file is extended to the required size with zero bytes.
 * This creates a sparse file (ie. disk blocks are not
 * allocated for the file until you write to it). To create
 * a non-sparse file of zeroes, use "guestfs_fallocate64"
 * instead.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_truncate_size(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *path, gint64 size, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_truncate_size(g, path, size);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_utimens:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @atsecs:
 * @atnsecs:
 * @mtsecs:
 * @mtnsecs:
 *
 * set timestamp of a file with nanosecond precision
 *
 * This command sets the timestamps of a file with
 * nanosecond precision.
 * 
 * "atsecs, atnsecs" are the last access time (atime) in
 * secs and nanoseconds from the epoch.
 * 
 * "mtsecs, mtnsecs" are the last modification time (mtime)
 * in secs and nanoseconds from the epoch.
 * 
 * If the *nsecs field contains the special value -1 then
 * the corresponding timestamp is set to the current time.
 * (The *secs field is ignored in this case).
 * 
 * If the *nsecs field contains the special value -2 then
 * the corresponding timestamp is left unchanged. (The
 * *secs field is ignored in this case).
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_utimens(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *path, gint64 atsecs, gint64 atnsecs, gint64 mtsecs, gint64 mtnsecs, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_utimens(g, path, atsecs, atnsecs, mtsecs, mtnsecs);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_mkdir_mode:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @mode:
 *
 * create a directory with a particular mode
 *
 * This command creates a directory, setting the initial
 * permissions of the directory to "mode".
 * 
 * For common Linux filesystems, the actual mode which is
 * set will be "mode & ~umask & 01777". Non-native-Linux
 * filesystems may interpret the mode in other ways.
 * 
 * See also "guestfs_mkdir", "guestfs_umask"
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_mkdir_mode(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *path, gint32 mode, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_mkdir_mode(g, path, mode);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_lchown:
 * @owner:
 * @group:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * change file owner and group
 *
 * Change the file owner to "owner" and group to "group".
 * This is like "guestfs_chown" but if "path" is a symlink
 * then the link itself is changed, not the target.
 * 
 * Only numeric uid and gid are supported. If you want to
 * use names, you will need to locate and parse the
 * password file yourself (Augeas support makes this
 * relatively easy).
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_lchown(GuestfsSession *session, gint32 owner, gint32 group, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_lchown(g, owner, group, path);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_lstatlist:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @names: (transfer none) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of strings
 *
 * lstat on multiple files
 *
 * This call allows you to perform the "guestfs_lstat"
 * operation on multiple files, where all files are in the
 * directory "path". "names" is the list of files from this
 * directory.
 * 
 * On return you get a list of stat structs, with a
 * one-to-one correspondence to the "names" list. If any
 * name did not exist or could not be lstat'd, then the
 * "ino" field of that structure is set to -1.
 * 
 * This call is intended for programs that want to
 * efficiently list a directory contents without making
 * many round-trips. See also "guestfs_lxattrlist" for a
 * similarly efficient call for getting extended
 * attributes. Very long directory listings might cause the
 * protocol message size to be exceeded, causing this call
 * to fail. The caller must split up such requests into
 * smaller groups of names.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type GuestfsStat): an array of Stat objects, or NULL on error
 */
GuestfsStat **
guestfs_session_lstatlist(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *path, gchar *const *names, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  struct guestfs_stat_list *ret = guestfs_lstatlist(g, path, names);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  GuestfsStat **l = g_malloc(sizeof(GuestfsStat*) * (ret->len + 1));
  gsize i;
  for(i = 0; i < ret->len; i++) {
    GuestfsStat *s = g_slice_new(GuestfsStat);
    s->dev = ret->val[i].dev;
    s->ino = ret->val[i].ino;
    s->mode = ret->val[i].mode;
    s->nlink = ret->val[i].nlink;
    s->uid = ret->val[i].uid;
    s->gid = ret->val[i].gid;
    s->rdev = ret->val[i].rdev;
    s->size = ret->val[i].size;
    s->blksize = ret->val[i].blksize;
    s->blocks = ret->val[i].blocks;
    s->atime = ret->val[i].atime;
    s->mtime = ret->val[i].mtime;
    s->ctime = ret->val[i].ctime;
    l[i] = s;
  }
  guestfs_free_stat_list(ret);
  l[i] = NULL;
  return l;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_lxattrlist:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @names: (transfer none) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of strings
 *
 * lgetxattr on multiple files
 *
 * This call allows you to get the extended attributes of
 * multiple files, where all files are in the directory
 * "path". "names" is the list of files from this
 * directory.
 * 
 * On return you get a flat list of xattr structs which
 * must be interpreted sequentially. The first xattr struct
 * always has a zero-length "attrname". "attrval" in this
 * struct is zero-length to indicate there was an error
 * doing "lgetxattr" for this file, *or* is a C string
 * which is a decimal number (the number of following
 * attributes for this file, which could be "0"). Then
 * after the first xattr struct are the zero or more
 * attributes for the first named file. This repeats for
 * the second and subsequent files.
 * 
 * This call is intended for programs that want to
 * efficiently list a directory contents without making
 * many round-trips. See also "guestfs_lstatlist" for a
 * similarly efficient call for getting standard stats.
 * Very long directory listings might cause the protocol
 * message size to be exceeded, causing this call to fail.
 * The caller must split up such requests into smaller
 * groups of names.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type GuestfsXAttr): an array of XAttr objects, or NULL on error
 */
GuestfsXAttr **
guestfs_session_lxattrlist(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *path, gchar *const *names, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  struct guestfs_xattr_list *ret = guestfs_lxattrlist(g, path, names);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  GuestfsXAttr **l = g_malloc(sizeof(GuestfsXAttr*) * (ret->len + 1));
  gsize i;
  for(i = 0; i < ret->len; i++) {
    GuestfsXAttr *s = g_slice_new(GuestfsXAttr);
    s->attrname = g_strdup(ret->val[i].attrname);
    s->attrval = ret->val[i].attrval;
    s->attrval_size = ret->val[i].attrval_len;
    l[i] = s;
  }
  guestfs_free_xattr_list(ret);
  l[i] = NULL;
  return l;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_readlinklist:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @names: (transfer none) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of strings
 *
 * readlink on multiple files
 *
 * This call allows you to do a "readlink" operation on
 * multiple files, where all files are in the directory
 * "path". "names" is the list of files from this
 * directory.
 * 
 * On return you get a list of strings, with a one-to-one
 * correspondence to the "names" list. Each string is the
 * value of the symbolic link.
 * 
 * If the readlink(2) operation fails on any name, then the
 * corresponding result string is the empty string "".
 * However the whole operation is completed even if there
 * were readlink(2) errors, and so you can call this
 * function with names where you don't know if they are
 * symbolic links already (albeit slightly less efficient).
 * 
 * This call is intended for programs that want to
 * efficiently list a directory contents without making
 * many round-trips. Very long directory listings might
 * cause the protocol message size to be exceeded, causing
 * this call to fail. The caller must split up such
 * requests into smaller groups of names.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of returned strings, or NULL on error
 */
gchar **
guestfs_session_readlinklist(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *path, gchar *const *names, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char **ret = guestfs_readlinklist(g, path, names);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_pread:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @count:
 * @offset:
 *
 * read part of a file
 *
 * This command lets you read part of a file. It reads
 * "count" bytes of the file, starting at "offset", from
 * file "path".
 * 
 * This may read fewer bytes than requested. For further
 * details see the pread(2) system call.
 * 
 * See also "guestfs_pwrite", "guestfs_pread_device".
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array length=size_r) (element-type guint8): an array of binary data, or NULL on error
 */
guint8 *
guestfs_session_pread(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *path, gint32 count, gint64 offset, gsize *size_r, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char *ret = guestfs_pread(g, path, count, offset, size_r);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_part_init:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @parttype: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * create an empty partition table
 *
 * This creates an empty partition table on "device" of one
 * of the partition types listed below. Usually "parttype"
 * should be either "msdos" or "gpt" (for large disks).
 * 
 * Initially there are no partitions. Following this, you
 * should call "guestfs_part_add" for each partition
 * required.
 * 
 * Possible values for "parttype" are:
 * 
 * efi
 * gpt Intel EFI / GPT partition table.
 * 
 * This is recommended for >= 2 TB partitions that will
 * be accessed from Linux and Intel-based Mac OS X. It
 * also has limited backwards compatibility with the
 * "mbr" format.
 * 
 * mbr
 * msdos
 * The standard PC "Master Boot Record" (MBR) format
 * used by MS-DOS and Windows. This partition type will
 * only work for device sizes up to 2 TB. For large
 * disks we recommend using "gpt".
 * 
 * Other partition table types that may work but are not
 * supported include:
 * 
 * aix AIX disk labels.
 * 
 * amiga
 * rdb Amiga "Rigid Disk Block" format.
 * 
 * bsd BSD disk labels.
 * 
 * dasd
 * DASD, used on IBM mainframes.
 * 
 * dvh MIPS/SGI volumes.
 * 
 * mac Old Mac partition format. Modern Macs use "gpt".
 * 
 * pc98
 * NEC PC-98 format, common in Japan apparently.
 * 
 * sun Sun disk labels.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_part_init(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, const gchar *parttype, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_part_init(g, device, parttype);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_part_add:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @prlogex: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @startsect:
 * @endsect:
 *
 * add a partition to the device
 *
 * This command adds a partition to "device". If there is
 * no partition table on the device, call
 * "guestfs_part_init" first.
 * 
 * The "prlogex" parameter is the type of partition.
 * Normally you should pass "p" or "primary" here, but MBR
 * partition tables also support "l" (or "logical") and "e"
 * (or "extended") partition types.
 * 
 * "startsect" and "endsect" are the start and end of the
 * partition in *sectors*. "endsect" may be negative, which
 * means it counts backwards from the end of the disk (-1
 * is the last sector).
 * 
 * Creating a partition which covers the whole disk is not
 * so easy. Use "guestfs_part_disk" to do that.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_part_add(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, const gchar *prlogex, gint64 startsect, gint64 endsect, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_part_add(g, device, prlogex, startsect, endsect);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_part_disk:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @parttype: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * partition whole disk with a single primary partition
 *
 * This command is simply a combination of
 * "guestfs_part_init" followed by "guestfs_part_add" to
 * create a single primary partition covering the whole
 * disk.
 * 
 * "parttype" is the partition table type, usually "mbr" or
 * "gpt", but other possible values are described in
 * "guestfs_part_init".
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_part_disk(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, const gchar *parttype, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_part_disk(g, device, parttype);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_part_set_bootable:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @partnum:
 * @bootable:
 *
 * make a partition bootable
 *
 * This sets the bootable flag on partition numbered
 * "partnum" on device "device". Note that partitions are
 * numbered from 1.
 * 
 * The bootable flag is used by some operating systems
 * (notably Windows) to determine which partition to boot
 * from. It is by no means universally recognized.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_part_set_bootable(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, gint32 partnum, gboolean bootable, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_part_set_bootable(g, device, partnum, bootable);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_part_set_name:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @partnum:
 * @name: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * set partition name
 *
 * This sets the partition name on partition numbered
 * "partnum" on device "device". Note that partitions are
 * numbered from 1.
 * 
 * The partition name can only be set on certain types of
 * partition table. This works on "gpt" but not on "mbr"
 * partitions.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_part_set_name(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, gint32 partnum, const gchar *name, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_part_set_name(g, device, partnum, name);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_part_list:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * list partitions on a device
 *
 * This command parses the partition table on "device" and
 * returns the list of partitions found.
 * 
 * The fields in the returned structure are:
 * 
 * part_num
 * Partition number, counting from 1.
 * 
 * part_start
 * Start of the partition *in bytes*. To get sectors
 * you have to divide by the device's sector size, see
 * "guestfs_blockdev_getss".
 * 
 * part_end
 * End of the partition in bytes.
 * 
 * part_size
 * Size of the partition in bytes.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type GuestfsPartition): an array of Partition objects, or NULL on error
 */
GuestfsPartition **
guestfs_session_part_list(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  struct guestfs_partition_list *ret = guestfs_part_list(g, device);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  GuestfsPartition **l = g_malloc(sizeof(GuestfsPartition*) * (ret->len + 1));
  gsize i;
  for(i = 0; i < ret->len; i++) {
    GuestfsPartition *s = g_slice_new(GuestfsPartition);
    s->part_num = ret->val[i].part_num;
    s->part_start = ret->val[i].part_start;
    s->part_end = ret->val[i].part_end;
    s->part_size = ret->val[i].part_size;
    l[i] = s;
  }
  guestfs_free_partition_list(ret);
  l[i] = NULL;
  return l;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_part_get_parttype:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * get the partition table type
 *
 * This command examines the partition table on "device"
 * and returns the partition table type (format) being
 * used.
 * 
 * Common return values include: "msdos" (a DOS/Windows
 * style MBR partition table), "gpt" (a GPT/EFI-style
 * partition table). Other values are possible, although
 * unusual. See "guestfs_part_init" for a full list.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full): the returned string, or NULL on error
 */
gchar *
guestfs_session_part_get_parttype(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char *ret = guestfs_part_get_parttype(g, device);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_fill:
 * @c:
 * @len:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * fill a file with octets
 *
 * This command creates a new file called "path". The
 * initial content of the file is "len" octets of "c",
 * where "c" must be a number in the range "[0..255]".
 * 
 * To fill a file with zero bytes (sparsely), it is much
 * more efficient to use "guestfs_truncate_size". To create
 * a file with a pattern of repeating bytes use
 * "guestfs_fill_pattern".
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_fill(GuestfsSession *session, gint32 c, gint32 len, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_fill(g, c, len, path);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_available:
 * @groups: (transfer none) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of strings
 *
 * test availability of some parts of the API
 *
 * This command is used to check the availability of some
 * groups of functionality in the appliance, which not all
 * builds of the libguestfs appliance will be able to
 * provide.
 * 
 * The libguestfs groups, and the functions that those
 * groups correspond to, are listed in "AVAILABILITY" in
 * guestfs(3). You can also fetch this list at runtime by
 * calling "guestfs_available_all_groups".
 * 
 * The argument "groups" is a list of group names, eg:
 * "["inotify", "augeas"]" would check for the availability
 * of the Linux inotify functions and Augeas (configuration
 * file editing) functions.
 * 
 * The command returns no error if *all* requested groups
 * are available.
 * 
 * It fails with an error if one or more of the requested
 * groups is unavailable in the appliance.
 * 
 * If an unknown group name is included in the list of
 * groups then an error is always returned.
 * 
 * *Notes:*
 * 
 * *   You must call "guestfs_launch" before calling this
 * function.
 * 
 * The reason is because we don't know what groups are
 * supported by the appliance/daemon until it is
 * running and can be queried.
 * 
 * *   If a group of functions is available, this does not
 * necessarily mean that they will work. You still have
 * to check for errors when calling individual API
 * functions even if they are available.
 * 
 * *   It is usually the job of distro packagers to build
 * complete functionality into the libguestfs
 * appliance. Upstream libguestfs, if built from source
 * with all requirements satisfied, will support
 * everything.
 * 
 * *   This call was added in version 1.0.80. In previous
 * versions of libguestfs all you could do would be to
 * speculatively execute a command to find out if the
 * daemon implemented it. See also "guestfs_version".
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_available(GuestfsSession *session, gchar *const *groups, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_available(g, groups);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_dd:
 * @src: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @dest: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * copy from source to destination using dd
 *
 * This command copies from one source device or file "src"
 * to another destination device or file "dest". Normally
 * you would use this to copy to or from a device or
 * partition, for example to duplicate a filesystem.
 * 
 * If the destination is a device, it must be as large or
 * larger than the source file or device, otherwise the
 * copy will fail. This command cannot do partial copies
 * (see "guestfs_copy_device_to_device").
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_dd(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *src, const gchar *dest, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_dd(g, src, dest);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_filesize:
 * @file: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * return the size of the file in bytes
 *
 * This command returns the size of "file" in bytes.
 * 
 * To get other stats about a file, use "guestfs_stat",
 * "guestfs_lstat", "guestfs_is_dir", "guestfs_is_file"
 * etc. To get the size of block devices, use
 * "guestfs_blockdev_getsize64".
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint64
guestfs_session_filesize(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *file, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int64_t ret = guestfs_filesize(g, file);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_lvrename:
 * @logvol: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @newlogvol: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * rename an LVM logical volume
 *
 * Rename a logical volume "logvol" with the new name
 * "newlogvol".
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_lvrename(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *logvol, const gchar *newlogvol, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_lvrename(g, logvol, newlogvol);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_vgrename:
 * @volgroup: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @newvolgroup: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * rename an LVM volume group
 *
 * Rename a volume group "volgroup" with the new name
 * "newvolgroup".
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_vgrename(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *volgroup, const gchar *newvolgroup, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_vgrename(g, volgroup, newvolgroup);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_initrd_cat:
 * @initrdpath: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @filename: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * list the contents of a single file in an initrd
 *
 * This command unpacks the file "filename" from the initrd
 * file called "initrdpath". The filename must be given
 * *without* the initial "/" character.
 * 
 * For example, in guestfish you could use the following
 * command to examine the boot script (usually called
 * "/init") contained in a Linux initrd or initramfs image:
 * 
 * initrd-cat /boot/initrd-<version>.img init
 * 
 * See also "guestfs_initrd_list".
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array length=size_r) (element-type guint8): an array of binary data, or NULL on error
 */
guint8 *
guestfs_session_initrd_cat(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *initrdpath, const gchar *filename, gsize *size_r, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char *ret = guestfs_initrd_cat(g, initrdpath, filename, size_r);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_pvuuid:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * get the UUID of a physical volume
 *
 * This command returns the UUID of the LVM PV "device".
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full): the returned string, or NULL on error
 */
gchar *
guestfs_session_pvuuid(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char *ret = guestfs_pvuuid(g, device);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_vguuid:
 * @vgname: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * get the UUID of a volume group
 *
 * This command returns the UUID of the LVM VG named
 * "vgname".
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full): the returned string, or NULL on error
 */
gchar *
guestfs_session_vguuid(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *vgname, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char *ret = guestfs_vguuid(g, vgname);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_lvuuid:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * get the UUID of a logical volume
 *
 * This command returns the UUID of the LVM LV "device".
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full): the returned string, or NULL on error
 */
gchar *
guestfs_session_lvuuid(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char *ret = guestfs_lvuuid(g, device);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_vgpvuuids:
 * @vgname: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * get the PV UUIDs containing the volume group
 *
 * Given a VG called "vgname", this returns the UUIDs of
 * all the physical volumes that this volume group resides
 * on.
 * 
 * You can use this along with "guestfs_pvs" and
 * "guestfs_pvuuid" calls to associate physical volumes and
 * volume groups.
 * 
 * See also "guestfs_vglvuuids".
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of returned strings, or NULL on error
 */
gchar **
guestfs_session_vgpvuuids(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *vgname, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char **ret = guestfs_vgpvuuids(g, vgname);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_vglvuuids:
 * @vgname: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * get the LV UUIDs of all LVs in the volume group
 *
 * Given a VG called "vgname", this returns the UUIDs of
 * all the logical volumes created in this volume group.
 * 
 * You can use this along with "guestfs_lvs" and
 * "guestfs_lvuuid" calls to associate logical volumes and
 * volume groups.
 * 
 * See also "guestfs_vgpvuuids".
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of returned strings, or NULL on error
 */
gchar **
guestfs_session_vglvuuids(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *vgname, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char **ret = guestfs_vglvuuids(g, vgname);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_copy_size:
 * @src: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @dest: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @size:
 *
 * copy size bytes from source to destination using dd
 *
 * This command copies exactly "size" bytes from one source
 * device or file "src" to another destination device or
 * file "dest".
 * 
 * Note this will fail if the source is too short or if the
 * destination is not large enough.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_copy_size(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *src, const gchar *dest, gint64 size, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_copy_size(g, src, dest, size);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_zero_device:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * write zeroes to an entire device
 *
 * This command writes zeroes over the entire "device".
 * Compare with "guestfs_zero" which just zeroes the first
 * few blocks of a device.
 * 
 * If blocks are already zero, then this command avoids
 * writing zeroes. This prevents the underlying device from
 * becoming non-sparse or growing unnecessarily.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_zero_device(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_zero_device(g, device);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_txz_in:
 * @tarball: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @directory: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * unpack compressed tarball to directory
 *
 * This command uploads and unpacks local file "tarball"
 * (an *xz compressed* tar file) into "directory".
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_txz_in(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *tarball, const gchar *directory, GCancellable *cancellable, GError **err)
{
  /* Check we haven't already been cancelled */
  if (g_cancellable_set_error_if_cancelled (cancellable, err))
    return FALSE;

  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  gulong id = 0;
  if (cancellable) {
    id = g_cancellable_connect(cancellable,
                               G_CALLBACK(cancelled_handler),
                               g, NULL);
  }

  int ret = guestfs_txz_in(g, tarball, directory);
  g_cancellable_disconnect(cancellable, id);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_txz_out:
 * @directory: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @tarball: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * pack directory into compressed tarball
 *
 * This command packs the contents of "directory" and
 * downloads it to local file "tarball" (as an xz
 * compressed tar archive).
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_txz_out(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *directory, const gchar *tarball, GCancellable *cancellable, GError **err)
{
  /* Check we haven't already been cancelled */
  if (g_cancellable_set_error_if_cancelled (cancellable, err))
    return FALSE;

  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  gulong id = 0;
  if (cancellable) {
    id = g_cancellable_connect(cancellable,
                               G_CALLBACK(cancelled_handler),
                               g, NULL);
  }

  int ret = guestfs_txz_out(g, directory, tarball);
  g_cancellable_disconnect(cancellable, id);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_ntfsresize:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * resize an NTFS filesystem
 *
 * This command resizes an NTFS filesystem, expanding or
 * shrinking it to the size of the underlying device.
 * 
 * *Note:* After the resize operation, the filesystem is
 * marked as requiring a consistency check (for safety).
 * You have to boot into Windows to perform this check and
 * clear this condition. Furthermore, ntfsresize refuses to
 * resize filesystems which have been marked in this way.
 * So in effect it is not possible to call ntfsresize
 * multiple times on a single filesystem without booting
 * into Windows between each resize.
 * 
 * See also ntfsresize(8).
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_ntfsresize(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_ntfsresize(g, device);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_vgscan:
 *
 * rescan for LVM physical volumes, volume groups and logical volumes
 *
 * This rescans all block devices and rebuilds the list of
 * LVM physical volumes, volume groups and logical volumes.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_vgscan(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_vgscan(g);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_part_del:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @partnum:
 *
 * delete a partition
 *
 * This command deletes the partition numbered "partnum" on
 * "device".
 * 
 * Note that in the case of MBR partitioning, deleting an
 * extended partition also deletes any logical partitions
 * it contains.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_part_del(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, gint32 partnum, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_part_del(g, device, partnum);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_part_get_bootable:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @partnum:
 *
 * return true if a partition is bootable
 *
 * This command returns true if the partition "partnum" on
 * "device" has the bootable flag set.
 * 
 * See also "guestfs_part_set_bootable".
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint8
guestfs_session_part_get_bootable(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, gint32 partnum, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_part_get_bootable(g, device, partnum);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_part_get_mbr_id:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @partnum:
 *
 * get the MBR type byte (ID byte) from a partition
 *
 * Returns the MBR type byte (also known as the ID byte)
 * from the numbered partition "partnum".
 * 
 * Note that only MBR (old DOS-style) partitions have type
 * bytes. You will get undefined results for other
 * partition table types (see "guestfs_part_get_parttype").
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint32
guestfs_session_part_get_mbr_id(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, gint32 partnum, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_part_get_mbr_id(g, device, partnum);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_part_set_mbr_id:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @partnum:
 * @idbyte:
 *
 * set the MBR type byte (ID byte) of a partition
 *
 * Sets the MBR type byte (also known as the ID byte) of
 * the numbered partition "partnum" to "idbyte". Note that
 * the type bytes quoted in most documentation are in fact
 * hexadecimal numbers, but usually documented without any
 * leading "0x" which might be confusing.
 * 
 * Note that only MBR (old DOS-style) partitions have type
 * bytes. You will get undefined results for other
 * partition table types (see "guestfs_part_get_parttype").
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_part_set_mbr_id(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, gint32 partnum, gint32 idbyte, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_part_set_mbr_id(g, device, partnum, idbyte);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_checksum_device:
 * @csumtype: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * compute MD5, SHAx or CRC checksum of the contents of a device
 *
 * This call computes the MD5, SHAx or CRC checksum of the
 * contents of the device named "device". For the types of
 * checksums supported see the "guestfs_checksum" command.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full): the returned string, or NULL on error
 */
gchar *
guestfs_session_checksum_device(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *csumtype, const gchar *device, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char *ret = guestfs_checksum_device(g, csumtype, device);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_lvresize_free:
 * @lv: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @percent:
 *
 * expand an LV to fill free space
 *
 * This expands an existing logical volume "lv" so that it
 * fills "pc"% of the remaining free space in the volume
 * group. Commonly you would call this with pc = 100 which
 * expands the logical volume as much as possible, using
 * all remaining free space in the volume group.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_lvresize_free(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *lv, gint32 percent, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_lvresize_free(g, lv, percent);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_aug_clear:
 * @augpath: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * clear Augeas path
 *
 * Set the value associated with "path" to "NULL". This is
 * the same as the augtool(1) "clear" command.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_aug_clear(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *augpath, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_aug_clear(g, augpath);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_get_umask:
 *
 * get the current umask
 *
 * Return the current umask. By default the umask is 022
 * unless it has been set by calling "guestfs_umask".
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint32
guestfs_session_get_umask(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_get_umask(g);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_debug_upload:
 * @filename: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @tmpname: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @mode:
 *
 * upload a file to the appliance (internal use only)
 *
 * The "guestfs_debug_upload" command uploads a file to the
 * libguestfs appliance.
 * 
 * There is no comprehensive help for this command. You
 * have to look at the file "daemon/debug.c" in the
 * libguestfs source to find out what it is for.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_debug_upload(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *filename, const gchar *tmpname, gint32 mode, GCancellable *cancellable, GError **err)
{
  /* Check we haven't already been cancelled */
  if (g_cancellable_set_error_if_cancelled (cancellable, err))
    return FALSE;

  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  gulong id = 0;
  if (cancellable) {
    id = g_cancellable_connect(cancellable,
                               G_CALLBACK(cancelled_handler),
                               g, NULL);
  }

  int ret = guestfs_debug_upload(g, filename, tmpname, mode);
  g_cancellable_disconnect(cancellable, id);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_base64_in:
 * @base64file: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @filename: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * upload base64-encoded data to file
 *
 * This command uploads base64-encoded data from
 * "base64file" to "filename".
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_base64_in(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *base64file, const gchar *filename, GCancellable *cancellable, GError **err)
{
  /* Check we haven't already been cancelled */
  if (g_cancellable_set_error_if_cancelled (cancellable, err))
    return FALSE;

  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  gulong id = 0;
  if (cancellable) {
    id = g_cancellable_connect(cancellable,
                               G_CALLBACK(cancelled_handler),
                               g, NULL);
  }

  int ret = guestfs_base64_in(g, base64file, filename);
  g_cancellable_disconnect(cancellable, id);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_base64_out:
 * @filename: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @base64file: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * download file and encode as base64
 *
 * This command downloads the contents of "filename",
 * writing it out to local file "base64file" encoded as
 * base64.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_base64_out(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *filename, const gchar *base64file, GCancellable *cancellable, GError **err)
{
  /* Check we haven't already been cancelled */
  if (g_cancellable_set_error_if_cancelled (cancellable, err))
    return FALSE;

  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  gulong id = 0;
  if (cancellable) {
    id = g_cancellable_connect(cancellable,
                               G_CALLBACK(cancelled_handler),
                               g, NULL);
  }

  int ret = guestfs_base64_out(g, filename, base64file);
  g_cancellable_disconnect(cancellable, id);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_checksums_out:
 * @csumtype: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @directory: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @sumsfile: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * compute MD5, SHAx or CRC checksum of files in a directory
 *
 * This command computes the checksums of all regular files
 * in "directory" and then emits a list of those checksums
 * to the local output file "sumsfile".
 * 
 * This can be used for verifying the integrity of a
 * virtual machine. However to be properly secure you
 * should pay attention to the output of the checksum
 * command (it uses the ones from GNU coreutils). In
 * particular when the filename is not printable, coreutils
 * uses a special backslash syntax. For more information,
 * see the GNU coreutils info file.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_checksums_out(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *csumtype, const gchar *directory, const gchar *sumsfile, GCancellable *cancellable, GError **err)
{
  /* Check we haven't already been cancelled */
  if (g_cancellable_set_error_if_cancelled (cancellable, err))
    return FALSE;

  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  gulong id = 0;
  if (cancellable) {
    id = g_cancellable_connect(cancellable,
                               G_CALLBACK(cancelled_handler),
                               g, NULL);
  }

  int ret = guestfs_checksums_out(g, csumtype, directory, sumsfile);
  g_cancellable_disconnect(cancellable, id);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_fill_pattern:
 * @pattern: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @len:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * fill a file with a repeating pattern of bytes
 *
 * This function is like "guestfs_fill" except that it
 * creates a new file of length "len" containing the
 * repeating pattern of bytes in "pattern". The pattern is
 * truncated if necessary to ensure the length of the file
 * is exactly "len" bytes.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_fill_pattern(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *pattern, gint32 len, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_fill_pattern(g, pattern, len, path);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_write:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @content: (transfer none) (array length=content_size) (element-type guint8): an array of binary data
 *
 * create a new file
 *
 * This call creates a file called "path". The content of
 * the file is the string "content" (which can contain any
 * 8 bit data).
 * 
 * See also "guestfs_write_append".
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_write(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *path, const guint8 *content, gsize content_size, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_write(g, path, content, content_size);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_pwrite:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @content: (transfer none) (array length=content_size) (element-type guint8): an array of binary data
 * @offset:
 *
 * write to part of a file
 *
 * This command writes to part of a file. It writes the
 * data buffer "content" to the file "path" starting at
 * offset "offset".
 * 
 * This command implements the pwrite(2) system call, and
 * like that system call it may not write the full data
 * requested. The return value is the number of bytes that
 * were actually written to the file. This could even be 0,
 * although short writes are unlikely for regular files in
 * ordinary circumstances.
 * 
 * See also "guestfs_pread", "guestfs_pwrite_device".
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint32
guestfs_session_pwrite(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *path, const guint8 *content, gsize content_size, gint64 offset, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_pwrite(g, path, content, content_size, offset);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_resize2fs_size:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @size:
 *
 * resize an ext2, ext3 or ext4 filesystem (with size)
 *
 * This command is the same as "guestfs_resize2fs" except
 * that it allows you to specify the new size (in bytes)
 * explicitly.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_resize2fs_size(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, gint64 size, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_resize2fs_size(g, device, size);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_pvresize_size:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @size:
 *
 * resize an LVM physical volume (with size)
 *
 * This command is the same as "guestfs_pvresize" except
 * that it allows you to specify the new size (in bytes)
 * explicitly.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_pvresize_size(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, gint64 size, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_pvresize_size(g, device, size);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_ntfsresize_size:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @size:
 *
 * resize an NTFS filesystem (with size)
 *
 * This command is the same as "guestfs_ntfsresize" except
 * that it allows you to specify the new size (in bytes)
 * explicitly.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_ntfsresize_size(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, gint64 size, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_ntfsresize_size(g, device, size);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_available_all_groups:
 *
 * return a list of all optional groups
 *
 * This command returns a list of all optional groups that
 * this daemon knows about. Note this returns both
 * supported and unsupported groups. To find out which ones
 * the daemon can actually support you have to call
 * "guestfs_available" on each member of the returned list.
 * 
 * See also "guestfs_available" and "AVAILABILITY" in
 * guestfs(3).
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of returned strings, or NULL on error
 */
gchar **
guestfs_session_available_all_groups(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char **ret = guestfs_available_all_groups(g);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_fallocate64:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @len:
 *
 * preallocate a file in the guest filesystem
 *
 * This command preallocates a file (containing zero bytes)
 * named "path" of size "len" bytes. If the file exists
 * already, it is overwritten.
 * 
 * Note that this call allocates disk blocks for the file.
 * To create a sparse file use "guestfs_truncate_size"
 * instead.
 * 
 * The deprecated call "guestfs_fallocate" does the same,
 * but owing to an oversight it only allowed 30 bit lengths
 * to be specified, effectively limiting the maximum size
 * of files created through that call to 1GB.
 * 
 * Do not confuse this with the guestfish-specific "alloc"
 * and "sparse" commands which create a file in the host
 * and attach it as a device.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_fallocate64(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *path, gint64 len, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_fallocate64(g, path, len);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_vfs_label:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * get the filesystem label
 *
 * This returns the filesystem label of the filesystem on
 * "device".
 * 
 * If the filesystem is unlabeled, this returns the empty
 * string.
 * 
 * To find a filesystem from the label, use
 * "guestfs_findfs_label".
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full): the returned string, or NULL on error
 */
gchar *
guestfs_session_vfs_label(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char *ret = guestfs_vfs_label(g, device);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_vfs_uuid:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * get the filesystem UUID
 *
 * This returns the filesystem UUID of the filesystem on
 * "device".
 * 
 * If the filesystem does not have a UUID, this returns the
 * empty string.
 * 
 * To find a filesystem from the UUID, use
 * "guestfs_findfs_uuid".
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full): the returned string, or NULL on error
 */
gchar *
guestfs_session_vfs_uuid(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char *ret = guestfs_vfs_uuid(g, device);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_lvm_set_filter:
 * @devices: (transfer none) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type filename): an array of strings
 *
 * set LVM device filter
 *
 * This sets the LVM device filter so that LVM will only be
 * able to "see" the block devices in the list "devices",
 * and will ignore all other attached block devices.
 * 
 * Where disk image(s) contain duplicate PVs or VGs, this
 * command is useful to get LVM to ignore the duplicates,
 * otherwise LVM can get confused. Note also there are two
 * types of duplication possible: either cloned PVs/VGs
 * which have identical UUIDs; or VGs that are not cloned
 * but just happen to have the same name. In normal
 * operation you cannot create this situation, but you can
 * do it outside LVM, eg. by cloning disk images or by bit
 * twiddling inside the LVM metadata.
 * 
 * This command also clears the LVM cache and performs a
 * volume group scan.
 * 
 * You can filter whole block devices or individual
 * partitions.
 * 
 * You cannot use this if any VG is currently in use (eg.
 * contains a mounted filesystem), even if you are not
 * filtering out that VG.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_lvm_set_filter(GuestfsSession *session, gchar *const *devices, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_lvm_set_filter(g, devices);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_lvm_clear_filter:
 *
 * clear LVM device filter
 *
 * This undoes the effect of "guestfs_lvm_set_filter". LVM
 * will be able to see every block device.
 * 
 * This command also clears the LVM cache and performs a
 * volume group scan.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_lvm_clear_filter(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_lvm_clear_filter(g);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_luks_open:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @key: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @mapname: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * open a LUKS-encrypted block device
 *
 * This command opens a block device which has been
 * encrypted according to the Linux Unified Key Setup
 * (LUKS) standard.
 * 
 * "device" is the encrypted block device or partition.
 * 
 * The caller must supply one of the keys associated with
 * the LUKS block device, in the "key" parameter.
 * 
 * This creates a new block device called
 * "/dev/mapper/mapname". Reads and writes to this block
 * device are decrypted from and encrypted to the
 * underlying "device" respectively.
 * 
 * If this block device contains LVM volume groups, then
 * calling "guestfs_vgscan" followed by
 * "guestfs_vg_activate_all" will make them visible.
 * 
 * Use "guestfs_list_dm_devices" to list all device mapper
 * devices.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_luks_open(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, const gchar *key, const gchar *mapname, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_luks_open(g, device, key, mapname);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_luks_open_ro:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @key: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @mapname: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * open a LUKS-encrypted block device read-only
 *
 * This is the same as "guestfs_luks_open" except that a
 * read-only mapping is created.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_luks_open_ro(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, const gchar *key, const gchar *mapname, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_luks_open_ro(g, device, key, mapname);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_luks_close:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * close a LUKS device
 *
 * This closes a LUKS device that was created earlier by
 * "guestfs_luks_open" or "guestfs_luks_open_ro". The
 * "device" parameter must be the name of the LUKS mapping
 * device (ie. "/dev/mapper/mapname") and *not* the name of
 * the underlying block device.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_luks_close(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_luks_close(g, device);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_luks_format:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @key: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @keyslot:
 *
 * format a block device as a LUKS encrypted device
 *
 * This command erases existing data on "device" and
 * formats the device as a LUKS encrypted device. "key" is
 * the initial key, which is added to key slot "slot".
 * (LUKS supports 8 key slots, numbered 0-7).
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_luks_format(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, const gchar *key, gint32 keyslot, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_luks_format(g, device, key, keyslot);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_luks_format_cipher:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @key: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @keyslot:
 * @cipher: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * format a block device as a LUKS encrypted device
 *
 * This command is the same as "guestfs_luks_format" but it
 * also allows you to set the "cipher" used.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_luks_format_cipher(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, const gchar *key, gint32 keyslot, const gchar *cipher, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_luks_format_cipher(g, device, key, keyslot, cipher);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_luks_add_key:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @key: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @newkey: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @keyslot:
 *
 * add a key on a LUKS encrypted device
 *
 * This command adds a new key on LUKS device "device".
 * "key" is any existing key, and is used to access the
 * device. "newkey" is the new key to add. "keyslot" is the
 * key slot that will be replaced.
 * 
 * Note that if "keyslot" already contains a key, then this
 * command will fail. You have to use
 * "guestfs_luks_kill_slot" first to remove that key.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_luks_add_key(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, const gchar *key, const gchar *newkey, gint32 keyslot, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_luks_add_key(g, device, key, newkey, keyslot);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_luks_kill_slot:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @key: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @keyslot:
 *
 * remove a key from a LUKS encrypted device
 *
 * This command deletes the key in key slot "keyslot" from
 * the encrypted LUKS device "device". "key" must be one of
 * the *other* keys.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_luks_kill_slot(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, const gchar *key, gint32 keyslot, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_luks_kill_slot(g, device, key, keyslot);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_is_lv:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * test if device is a logical volume
 *
 * This command tests whether "device" is a logical volume,
 * and returns true iff this is the case.
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint8
guestfs_session_is_lv(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_is_lv(g, device);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_findfs_uuid:
 * @uuid: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * find a filesystem by UUID
 *
 * This command searches the filesystems and returns the
 * one which has the given UUID. An error is returned if no
 * such filesystem can be found.
 * 
 * To find the UUID of a filesystem, use
 * "guestfs_vfs_uuid".
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full): the returned string, or NULL on error
 */
gchar *
guestfs_session_findfs_uuid(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *uuid, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char *ret = guestfs_findfs_uuid(g, uuid);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_findfs_label:
 * @label: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * find a filesystem by label
 *
 * This command searches the filesystems and returns the
 * one which has the given label. An error is returned if
 * no such filesystem can be found.
 * 
 * To find the label of a filesystem, use
 * "guestfs_vfs_label".
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full): the returned string, or NULL on error
 */
gchar *
guestfs_session_findfs_label(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *label, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char *ret = guestfs_findfs_label(g, label);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_is_chardev:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * test if character device
 *
 * This returns "true" if and only if there is a character
 * device with the given "path" name.
 * 
 * See also "guestfs_stat".
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint8
guestfs_session_is_chardev(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_is_chardev(g, path);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_is_blockdev:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * test if block device
 *
 * This returns "true" if and only if there is a block
 * device with the given "path" name.
 * 
 * See also "guestfs_stat".
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint8
guestfs_session_is_blockdev(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_is_blockdev(g, path);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_is_fifo:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * test if FIFO (named pipe)
 *
 * This returns "true" if and only if there is a FIFO
 * (named pipe) with the given "path" name.
 * 
 * See also "guestfs_stat".
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint8
guestfs_session_is_fifo(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_is_fifo(g, path);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_is_symlink:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * test if symbolic link
 *
 * This returns "true" if and only if there is a symbolic
 * link with the given "path" name.
 * 
 * See also "guestfs_stat".
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint8
guestfs_session_is_symlink(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_is_symlink(g, path);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_is_socket:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * test if socket
 *
 * This returns "true" if and only if there is a Unix
 * domain socket with the given "path" name.
 * 
 * See also "guestfs_stat".
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint8
guestfs_session_is_socket(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_is_socket(g, path);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_part_to_dev:
 * @partition: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * convert partition name to device name
 *
 * This function takes a partition name (eg. "/dev/sdb1")
 * and removes the partition number, returning the device
 * name (eg. "/dev/sdb").
 * 
 * The named partition must exist, for example as a string
 * returned from "guestfs_list_partitions".
 * 
 * See also "guestfs_part_to_partnum".
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full): the returned string, or NULL on error
 */
gchar *
guestfs_session_part_to_dev(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *partition, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char *ret = guestfs_part_to_dev(g, partition);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_upload_offset:
 * @filename: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @remotefilename: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @offset:
 *
 * upload a file from the local machine with offset
 *
 * Upload local file "filename" to "remotefilename" on the
 * filesystem.
 * 
 * "remotefilename" is overwritten starting at the byte
 * "offset" specified. The intention is to overwrite parts
 * of existing files or devices, although if a non-existant
 * file is specified then it is created with a "hole"
 * before "offset". The size of the data written is
 * implicit in the size of the source "filename".
 * 
 * Note that there is no limit on the amount of data that
 * can be uploaded with this call, unlike with
 * "guestfs_pwrite", and this call always writes the full
 * amount unless an error occurs.
 * 
 * See also "guestfs_upload", "guestfs_pwrite".
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_upload_offset(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *filename, const gchar *remotefilename, gint64 offset, GCancellable *cancellable, GError **err)
{
  /* Check we haven't already been cancelled */
  if (g_cancellable_set_error_if_cancelled (cancellable, err))
    return FALSE;

  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  gulong id = 0;
  if (cancellable) {
    id = g_cancellable_connect(cancellable,
                               G_CALLBACK(cancelled_handler),
                               g, NULL);
  }

  int ret = guestfs_upload_offset(g, filename, remotefilename, offset);
  g_cancellable_disconnect(cancellable, id);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_download_offset:
 * @remotefilename: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @filename: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @offset:
 * @size:
 *
 * download a file to the local machine with offset and size
 *
 * Download file "remotefilename" and save it as "filename"
 * on the local machine.
 * 
 * "remotefilename" is read for "size" bytes starting at
 * "offset" (this region must be within the file or
 * device).
 * 
 * Note that there is no limit on the amount of data that
 * can be downloaded with this call, unlike with
 * "guestfs_pread", and this call always reads the full
 * amount unless an error occurs.
 * 
 * See also "guestfs_download", "guestfs_pread".
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_download_offset(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *remotefilename, const gchar *filename, gint64 offset, gint64 size, GCancellable *cancellable, GError **err)
{
  /* Check we haven't already been cancelled */
  if (g_cancellable_set_error_if_cancelled (cancellable, err))
    return FALSE;

  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  gulong id = 0;
  if (cancellable) {
    id = g_cancellable_connect(cancellable,
                               G_CALLBACK(cancelled_handler),
                               g, NULL);
  }

  int ret = guestfs_download_offset(g, remotefilename, filename, offset, size);
  g_cancellable_disconnect(cancellable, id);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_pwrite_device:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @content: (transfer none) (array length=content_size) (element-type guint8): an array of binary data
 * @offset:
 *
 * write to part of a device
 *
 * This command writes to part of a device. It writes the
 * data buffer "content" to "device" starting at offset
 * "offset".
 * 
 * This command implements the pwrite(2) system call, and
 * like that system call it may not write the full data
 * requested (although short writes to disk devices and
 * partitions are probably impossible with standard Linux
 * kernels).
 * 
 * See also "guestfs_pwrite".
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint32
guestfs_session_pwrite_device(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, const guint8 *content, gsize content_size, gint64 offset, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_pwrite_device(g, device, content, content_size, offset);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_pread_device:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @count:
 * @offset:
 *
 * read part of a device
 *
 * This command lets you read part of a file. It reads
 * "count" bytes of "device", starting at "offset".
 * 
 * This may read fewer bytes than requested. For further
 * details see the pread(2) system call.
 * 
 * See also "guestfs_pread".
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array length=size_r) (element-type guint8): an array of binary data, or NULL on error
 */
guint8 *
guestfs_session_pread_device(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, gint32 count, gint64 offset, gsize *size_r, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char *ret = guestfs_pread_device(g, device, count, offset, size_r);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_lvm_canonical_lv_name:
 * @lvname: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * get canonical name of an LV
 *
 * This converts alternative naming schemes for LVs that
 * you might find to the canonical name. For example,
 * "/dev/mapper/VG-LV" is converted to "/dev/VG/LV".
 * 
 * This command returns an error if the "lvname" parameter
 * does not refer to a logical volume.
 * 
 * See also "guestfs_is_lv".
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full): the returned string, or NULL on error
 */
gchar *
guestfs_session_lvm_canonical_lv_name(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *lvname, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char *ret = guestfs_lvm_canonical_lv_name(g, lvname);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_mkfs_opts:
 * @fstype: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @optargs: (transfer none) (allow-none): a GuestfsMkfsOpts containing optional arguments
 *
 * make a filesystem
 *
 * This function creates a filesystem on "device". The
 * filesystem type is "fstype", for example "ext3".
 * 
 * The optional arguments are:
 * 
 * "blocksize"
 * The filesystem block size. Supported block sizes
 * depend on the filesystem type, but typically they
 * are 1024, 2048 or 4096 for Linux ext2/3 filesystems.
 * 
 * For VFAT and NTFS the "blocksize" parameter is
 * treated as the requested cluster size.
 * 
 * For UFS block sizes, please see mkfs.ufs(8).
 * 
 * "features"
 * This passes the *-O* parameter to the external mkfs
 * program.
 * 
 * For certain filesystem types, this allows extra
 * filesystem features to be selected. See mke2fs(8)
 * and mkfs.ufs(8) for more details.
 * 
 * You cannot use this optional parameter with the
 * "gfs" or "gfs2" filesystem type.
 * 
 * "inode"
 * This passes the *-I* parameter to the external
 * mke2fs(8) program which sets the inode size (only
 * for ext2/3/4 filesystems at present).
 * 
 * "sectorsize"
 * This passes the *-S* parameter to external
 * mkfs.ufs(8) program, which sets sector size for ufs
 * filesystem.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_mkfs_opts(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *fstype, const gchar *device, GuestfsMkfsOpts *optargs, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  struct guestfs_mkfs_opts_argv argv;
  struct guestfs_mkfs_opts_argv *argvp = NULL;

  if (optargs) {
    argv.bitmask = 0;

    GValue blocksize_v = {0, };
    g_value_init(&blocksize_v, G_TYPE_INT);
    g_object_get_property(G_OBJECT(optargs), "blocksize", &blocksize_v);
    gint32 blocksize = g_value_get_int(&blocksize_v);
    if (blocksize != -1) {
      argv.bitmask |= GUESTFS_MKFS_OPTS_BLOCKSIZE_BITMASK;
      argv.blocksize = blocksize;
    }
    GValue features_v = {0, };
    g_value_init(&features_v, G_TYPE_STRING);
    g_object_get_property(G_OBJECT(optargs), "features", &features_v);
    const gchar *features = g_value_get_string(&features_v);
    if (features != NULL) {
      argv.bitmask |= GUESTFS_MKFS_OPTS_FEATURES_BITMASK;
      argv.features = features;
    }
    GValue inode_v = {0, };
    g_value_init(&inode_v, G_TYPE_INT);
    g_object_get_property(G_OBJECT(optargs), "inode", &inode_v);
    gint32 inode = g_value_get_int(&inode_v);
    if (inode != -1) {
      argv.bitmask |= GUESTFS_MKFS_OPTS_INODE_BITMASK;
      argv.inode = inode;
    }
    GValue sectorsize_v = {0, };
    g_value_init(&sectorsize_v, G_TYPE_INT);
    g_object_get_property(G_OBJECT(optargs), "sectorsize", &sectorsize_v);
    gint32 sectorsize = g_value_get_int(&sectorsize_v);
    if (sectorsize != -1) {
      argv.bitmask |= GUESTFS_MKFS_OPTS_SECTORSIZE_BITMASK;
      argv.sectorsize = sectorsize;
    }
    argvp = &argv;
  }
  int ret = guestfs_mkfs_opts_argv(g, fstype, device, argvp);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_getxattr:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @name: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * get a single extended attribute
 *
 * Get a single extended attribute from file "path" named
 * "name". This call follows symlinks. If you want to
 * lookup an extended attribute for the symlink itself, use
 * "guestfs_lgetxattr".
 * 
 * Normally it is better to get all extended attributes
 * from a file in one go by calling "guestfs_getxattrs".
 * However some Linux filesystem implementations are buggy
 * and do not provide a way to list out attributes. For
 * these filesystems (notably ntfs-3g) you have to know the
 * names of the extended attributes you want in advance and
 * call this function.
 * 
 * Extended attribute values are blobs of binary data. If
 * there is no extended attribute named "name", this
 * returns an error.
 * 
 * See also: "guestfs_getxattrs", "guestfs_lgetxattr",
 * attr(5).
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array length=size_r) (element-type guint8): an array of binary data, or NULL on error
 */
guint8 *
guestfs_session_getxattr(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *path, const gchar *name, gsize *size_r, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char *ret = guestfs_getxattr(g, path, name, size_r);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_lgetxattr:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @name: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 *
 * get a single extended attribute
 *
 * Get a single extended attribute from file "path" named
 * "name". If "path" is a symlink, then this call returns
 * an extended attribute from the symlink.
 * 
 * Normally it is better to get all extended attributes
 * from a file in one go by calling "guestfs_getxattrs".
 * However some Linux filesystem implementations are buggy
 * and do not provide a way to list out attributes. For
 * these filesystems (notably ntfs-3g) you have to know the
 * names of the extended attributes you want in advance and
 * call this function.
 * 
 * Extended attribute values are blobs of binary data. If
 * there is no extended attribute named "name", this
 * returns an error.
 * 
 * See also: "guestfs_lgetxattrs", "guestfs_getxattr",
 * attr(5).
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array length=size_r) (element-type guint8): an array of binary data, or NULL on error
 */
guint8 *
guestfs_session_lgetxattr(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *path, const gchar *name, gsize *size_r, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char *ret = guestfs_lgetxattr(g, path, name, size_r);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_resize2fs_M:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * resize an ext2, ext3 or ext4 filesystem to the minimum size
 *
 * This command is the same as "guestfs_resize2fs", but the
 * filesystem is resized to its minimum size. This works
 * like the *-M* option to the "resize2fs" command.
 * 
 * To get the resulting size of the filesystem you should
 * call "guestfs_tune2fs_l" and read the "Block size" and
 * "Block count" values. These two numbers, multiplied
 * together, give the resulting size of the minimal
 * filesystem in bytes.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_resize2fs_M(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_resize2fs_M(g, device);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_internal_autosync:
 *
 * internal autosync operation
 *
 * This command performs the autosync operation just before
 * the handle is closed. You should not call this command
 * directly. Instead, use the autosync flag
 * ("guestfs_set_autosync") to control whether or not this
 * operation is performed when the handle is closed.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_internal_autosync(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_internal_autosync(g);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_is_zero:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * test if a file contains all zero bytes
 *
 * This returns true iff the file exists and the file is
 * empty or it contains all zero bytes.
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint8
guestfs_session_is_zero(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *path, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_is_zero(g, path);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_is_zero_device:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * test if a device contains all zero bytes
 *
 * This returns true iff the device exists and contains all
 * zero bytes.
 * 
 * Note that for large devices this can take a long time to
 * run.
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint8
guestfs_session_is_zero_device(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_is_zero_device(g, device);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_list_9p:
 *
 * list 9p filesystems
 *
 * List all 9p filesystems attached to the guest. A list of
 * mount tags is returned.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of returned strings, or NULL on error
 */
gchar **
guestfs_session_list_9p(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char **ret = guestfs_list_9p(g);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_mount_9p:
 * @mounttag: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @mountpoint: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @optargs: (transfer none) (allow-none): a GuestfsMount9P containing optional arguments
 *
 * mount 9p filesystem
 *
 * Mount the virtio-9p filesystem with the tag "mounttag"
 * on the directory "mountpoint".
 * 
 * If required, "trans=virtio" will be automatically added
 * to the options. Any other options required can be passed
 * in the optional "options" parameter.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_mount_9p(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *mounttag, const gchar *mountpoint, GuestfsMount9P *optargs, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  struct guestfs_mount_9p_argv argv;
  struct guestfs_mount_9p_argv *argvp = NULL;

  if (optargs) {
    argv.bitmask = 0;

    GValue options_v = {0, };
    g_value_init(&options_v, G_TYPE_STRING);
    g_object_get_property(G_OBJECT(optargs), "options", &options_v);
    const gchar *options = g_value_get_string(&options_v);
    if (options != NULL) {
      argv.bitmask |= GUESTFS_MOUNT_9P_OPTIONS_BITMASK;
      argv.options = options;
    }
    argvp = &argv;
  }
  int ret = guestfs_mount_9p_argv(g, mounttag, mountpoint, argvp);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_list_dm_devices:
 *
 * list device mapper devices
 *
 * List all device mapper devices.
 * 
 * The returned list contains "/dev/mapper/*" devices, eg.
 * ones created by a previous call to "guestfs_luks_open".
 * 
 * Device mapper devices which correspond to logical
 * volumes are *not* returned in this list. Call
 * "guestfs_lvs" if you want to list logical volumes.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of returned strings, or NULL on error
 */
gchar **
guestfs_session_list_dm_devices(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char **ret = guestfs_list_dm_devices(g);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_ntfsresize_opts:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @optargs: (transfer none) (allow-none): a GuestfsNTFSResizeOpts containing optional arguments
 *
 * resize an NTFS filesystem
 *
 * This command resizes an NTFS filesystem, expanding or
 * shrinking it to the size of the underlying device.
 * 
 * The optional parameters are:
 * 
 * "size"
 * The new size (in bytes) of the filesystem. If
 * omitted, the filesystem is resized to fit the
 * container (eg. partition).
 * 
 * "force"
 * If this option is true, then force the resize of the
 * filesystem even if the filesystem is marked as
 * requiring a consistency check.
 * 
 * After the resize operation, the filesystem is always
 * marked as requiring a consistency check (for
 * safety). You have to boot into Windows to perform
 * this check and clear this condition. If you *don't*
 * set the "force" option then it is not possible to
 * call "guestfs_ntfsresize_opts" multiple times on a
 * single filesystem without booting into Windows
 * between each resize.
 * 
 * See also ntfsresize(8).
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_ntfsresize_opts(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, GuestfsNTFSResizeOpts *optargs, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  struct guestfs_ntfsresize_opts_argv argv;
  struct guestfs_ntfsresize_opts_argv *argvp = NULL;

  if (optargs) {
    argv.bitmask = 0;

    GValue size_v = {0, };
    g_value_init(&size_v, G_TYPE_INT64);
    g_object_get_property(G_OBJECT(optargs), "size", &size_v);
    gint64 size = g_value_get_int64(&size_v);
    if (size != -1) {
      argv.bitmask |= GUESTFS_NTFSRESIZE_OPTS_SIZE_BITMASK;
      argv.size = size;
    }
    GValue force_v = {0, };
    g_value_init(&force_v, GUESTFS_TYPE_TRISTATE);
    g_object_get_property(G_OBJECT(optargs), "force", &force_v);
    GuestfsTristate force = g_value_get_enum(&force_v);
    if (force != GUESTFS_TRISTATE_NONE) {
      argv.bitmask |= GUESTFS_NTFSRESIZE_OPTS_FORCE_BITMASK;
      argv.force = force;
    }
    argvp = &argv;
  }
  int ret = guestfs_ntfsresize_opts_argv(g, device, argvp);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_btrfs_filesystem_resize:
 * @mountpoint: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @optargs: (transfer none) (allow-none): a GuestfsBTRFSFilesystemResize containing optional arguments
 *
 * resize a btrfs filesystem
 *
 * This command resizes a btrfs filesystem.
 * 
 * Note that unlike other resize calls, the filesystem has
 * to be mounted and the parameter is the mountpoint not
 * the device (this is a requirement of btrfs itself).
 * 
 * The optional parameters are:
 * 
 * "size"
 * The new size (in bytes) of the filesystem. If
 * omitted, the filesystem is resized to the maximum
 * size.
 * 
 * See also btrfs(8).
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_btrfs_filesystem_resize(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *mountpoint, GuestfsBTRFSFilesystemResize *optargs, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  struct guestfs_btrfs_filesystem_resize_argv argv;
  struct guestfs_btrfs_filesystem_resize_argv *argvp = NULL;

  if (optargs) {
    argv.bitmask = 0;

    GValue size_v = {0, };
    g_value_init(&size_v, G_TYPE_INT64);
    g_object_get_property(G_OBJECT(optargs), "size", &size_v);
    gint64 size = g_value_get_int64(&size_v);
    if (size != -1) {
      argv.bitmask |= GUESTFS_BTRFS_FILESYSTEM_RESIZE_SIZE_BITMASK;
      argv.size = size;
    }
    argvp = &argv;
  }
  int ret = guestfs_btrfs_filesystem_resize_argv(g, mountpoint, argvp);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_write_append:
 * @path: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @content: (transfer none) (array length=content_size) (element-type guint8): an array of binary data
 *
 * append content to end of file
 *
 * This call appends "content" to the end of file "path".
 * If "path" does not exist, then a new file is created.
 * 
 * See also "guestfs_write".
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_write_append(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *path, const guint8 *content, gsize content_size, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_write_append(g, path, content, content_size);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_compress_out:
 * @ctype: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @file: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @zfile: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @optargs: (transfer none) (allow-none): a GuestfsCompressOut containing optional arguments
 *
 * output compressed file
 *
 * This command compresses "file" and writes it out to the
 * local file "zfile".
 * 
 * The compression program used is controlled by the
 * "ctype" parameter. Currently this includes: "compress",
 * "gzip", "bzip2", "xz" or "lzop". Some compression types
 * may not be supported by particular builds of libguestfs,
 * in which case you will get an error containing the
 * substring "not supported".
 * 
 * The optional "level" parameter controls compression
 * level. The meaning and default for this parameter
 * depends on the compression program being used.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_compress_out(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *ctype, const gchar *file, const gchar *zfile, GuestfsCompressOut *optargs, GCancellable *cancellable, GError **err)
{
  /* Check we haven't already been cancelled */
  if (g_cancellable_set_error_if_cancelled (cancellable, err))
    return FALSE;

  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  struct guestfs_compress_out_argv argv;
  struct guestfs_compress_out_argv *argvp = NULL;

  if (optargs) {
    argv.bitmask = 0;

    GValue level_v = {0, };
    g_value_init(&level_v, G_TYPE_INT);
    g_object_get_property(G_OBJECT(optargs), "level", &level_v);
    gint32 level = g_value_get_int(&level_v);
    if (level != -1) {
      argv.bitmask |= GUESTFS_COMPRESS_OUT_LEVEL_BITMASK;
      argv.level = level;
    }
    argvp = &argv;
  }
  gulong id = 0;
  if (cancellable) {
    id = g_cancellable_connect(cancellable,
                               G_CALLBACK(cancelled_handler),
                               g, NULL);
  }

  int ret = guestfs_compress_out_argv(g, ctype, file, zfile, argvp);
  g_cancellable_disconnect(cancellable, id);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_compress_device_out:
 * @ctype: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @zdevice: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @optargs: (transfer none) (allow-none): a GuestfsCompressDeviceOut containing optional arguments
 *
 * output compressed device
 *
 * This command compresses "device" and writes it out to
 * the local file "zdevice".
 * 
 * The "ctype" and optional "level" parameters have the
 * same meaning as in "guestfs_compress_out".
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_compress_device_out(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *ctype, const gchar *device, const gchar *zdevice, GuestfsCompressDeviceOut *optargs, GCancellable *cancellable, GError **err)
{
  /* Check we haven't already been cancelled */
  if (g_cancellable_set_error_if_cancelled (cancellable, err))
    return FALSE;

  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  struct guestfs_compress_device_out_argv argv;
  struct guestfs_compress_device_out_argv *argvp = NULL;

  if (optargs) {
    argv.bitmask = 0;

    GValue level_v = {0, };
    g_value_init(&level_v, G_TYPE_INT);
    g_object_get_property(G_OBJECT(optargs), "level", &level_v);
    gint32 level = g_value_get_int(&level_v);
    if (level != -1) {
      argv.bitmask |= GUESTFS_COMPRESS_DEVICE_OUT_LEVEL_BITMASK;
      argv.level = level;
    }
    argvp = &argv;
  }
  gulong id = 0;
  if (cancellable) {
    id = g_cancellable_connect(cancellable,
                               G_CALLBACK(cancelled_handler),
                               g, NULL);
  }

  int ret = guestfs_compress_device_out_argv(g, ctype, device, zdevice, argvp);
  g_cancellable_disconnect(cancellable, id);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_part_to_partnum:
 * @partition: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * convert partition name to partition number
 *
 * This function takes a partition name (eg. "/dev/sdb1")
 * and returns the partition number (eg. 1).
 * 
 * The named partition must exist, for example as a string
 * returned from "guestfs_list_partitions".
 * 
 * See also "guestfs_part_to_dev".
 * 
 * Returns: the returned value, or -1 on error
 */
gint32
guestfs_session_part_to_partnum(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *partition, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_part_to_partnum(g, partition);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return -1;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_copy_device_to_device:
 * @src: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @dest: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @optargs: (transfer none) (allow-none): a GuestfsCopyDeviceToDevice containing optional arguments
 *
 * copy from source device to destination device
 *
 * The four calls "guestfs_copy_device_to_device",
 * "guestfs_copy_device_to_file",
 * "guestfs_copy_file_to_device", and
 * "guestfs_copy_file_to_file" let you copy from a source
 * (device|file) to a destination (device|file).
 * 
 * Partial copies can be made since you can specify
 * optionally the source offset, destination offset and
 * size to copy. These values are all specified in bytes.
 * If not given, the offsets both default to zero, and the
 * size defaults to copying as much as possible until we
 * hit the end of the source.
 * 
 * The source and destination may be the same object.
 * However overlapping regions may not be copied correctly.
 * 
 * If the destination is a file, it is created if required.
 * If the destination file is not large enough, it is
 * extended.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_copy_device_to_device(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *src, const gchar *dest, GuestfsCopyDeviceToDevice *optargs, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  struct guestfs_copy_device_to_device_argv argv;
  struct guestfs_copy_device_to_device_argv *argvp = NULL;

  if (optargs) {
    argv.bitmask = 0;

    GValue srcoffset_v = {0, };
    g_value_init(&srcoffset_v, G_TYPE_INT64);
    g_object_get_property(G_OBJECT(optargs), "srcoffset", &srcoffset_v);
    gint64 srcoffset = g_value_get_int64(&srcoffset_v);
    if (srcoffset != -1) {
      argv.bitmask |= GUESTFS_COPY_DEVICE_TO_DEVICE_SRCOFFSET_BITMASK;
      argv.srcoffset = srcoffset;
    }
    GValue destoffset_v = {0, };
    g_value_init(&destoffset_v, G_TYPE_INT64);
    g_object_get_property(G_OBJECT(optargs), "destoffset", &destoffset_v);
    gint64 destoffset = g_value_get_int64(&destoffset_v);
    if (destoffset != -1) {
      argv.bitmask |= GUESTFS_COPY_DEVICE_TO_DEVICE_DESTOFFSET_BITMASK;
      argv.destoffset = destoffset;
    }
    GValue size_v = {0, };
    g_value_init(&size_v, G_TYPE_INT64);
    g_object_get_property(G_OBJECT(optargs), "size", &size_v);
    gint64 size = g_value_get_int64(&size_v);
    if (size != -1) {
      argv.bitmask |= GUESTFS_COPY_DEVICE_TO_DEVICE_SIZE_BITMASK;
      argv.size = size;
    }
    argvp = &argv;
  }
  int ret = guestfs_copy_device_to_device_argv(g, src, dest, argvp);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_copy_device_to_file:
 * @src: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @dest: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @optargs: (transfer none) (allow-none): a GuestfsCopyDeviceToFile containing optional arguments
 *
 * copy from source device to destination file
 *
 * See "guestfs_copy_device_to_device" for a general
 * overview of this call.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_copy_device_to_file(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *src, const gchar *dest, GuestfsCopyDeviceToFile *optargs, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  struct guestfs_copy_device_to_file_argv argv;
  struct guestfs_copy_device_to_file_argv *argvp = NULL;

  if (optargs) {
    argv.bitmask = 0;

    GValue srcoffset_v = {0, };
    g_value_init(&srcoffset_v, G_TYPE_INT64);
    g_object_get_property(G_OBJECT(optargs), "srcoffset", &srcoffset_v);
    gint64 srcoffset = g_value_get_int64(&srcoffset_v);
    if (srcoffset != -1) {
      argv.bitmask |= GUESTFS_COPY_DEVICE_TO_FILE_SRCOFFSET_BITMASK;
      argv.srcoffset = srcoffset;
    }
    GValue destoffset_v = {0, };
    g_value_init(&destoffset_v, G_TYPE_INT64);
    g_object_get_property(G_OBJECT(optargs), "destoffset", &destoffset_v);
    gint64 destoffset = g_value_get_int64(&destoffset_v);
    if (destoffset != -1) {
      argv.bitmask |= GUESTFS_COPY_DEVICE_TO_FILE_DESTOFFSET_BITMASK;
      argv.destoffset = destoffset;
    }
    GValue size_v = {0, };
    g_value_init(&size_v, G_TYPE_INT64);
    g_object_get_property(G_OBJECT(optargs), "size", &size_v);
    gint64 size = g_value_get_int64(&size_v);
    if (size != -1) {
      argv.bitmask |= GUESTFS_COPY_DEVICE_TO_FILE_SIZE_BITMASK;
      argv.size = size;
    }
    argvp = &argv;
  }
  int ret = guestfs_copy_device_to_file_argv(g, src, dest, argvp);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_copy_file_to_device:
 * @src: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @dest: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @optargs: (transfer none) (allow-none): a GuestfsCopyFileToDevice containing optional arguments
 *
 * copy from source file to destination device
 *
 * See "guestfs_copy_device_to_device" for a general
 * overview of this call.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_copy_file_to_device(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *src, const gchar *dest, GuestfsCopyFileToDevice *optargs, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  struct guestfs_copy_file_to_device_argv argv;
  struct guestfs_copy_file_to_device_argv *argvp = NULL;

  if (optargs) {
    argv.bitmask = 0;

    GValue srcoffset_v = {0, };
    g_value_init(&srcoffset_v, G_TYPE_INT64);
    g_object_get_property(G_OBJECT(optargs), "srcoffset", &srcoffset_v);
    gint64 srcoffset = g_value_get_int64(&srcoffset_v);
    if (srcoffset != -1) {
      argv.bitmask |= GUESTFS_COPY_FILE_TO_DEVICE_SRCOFFSET_BITMASK;
      argv.srcoffset = srcoffset;
    }
    GValue destoffset_v = {0, };
    g_value_init(&destoffset_v, G_TYPE_INT64);
    g_object_get_property(G_OBJECT(optargs), "destoffset", &destoffset_v);
    gint64 destoffset = g_value_get_int64(&destoffset_v);
    if (destoffset != -1) {
      argv.bitmask |= GUESTFS_COPY_FILE_TO_DEVICE_DESTOFFSET_BITMASK;
      argv.destoffset = destoffset;
    }
    GValue size_v = {0, };
    g_value_init(&size_v, G_TYPE_INT64);
    g_object_get_property(G_OBJECT(optargs), "size", &size_v);
    gint64 size = g_value_get_int64(&size_v);
    if (size != -1) {
      argv.bitmask |= GUESTFS_COPY_FILE_TO_DEVICE_SIZE_BITMASK;
      argv.size = size;
    }
    argvp = &argv;
  }
  int ret = guestfs_copy_file_to_device_argv(g, src, dest, argvp);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_copy_file_to_file:
 * @src: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @dest: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @optargs: (transfer none) (allow-none): a GuestfsCopyFileToFile containing optional arguments
 *
 * copy from source file to destination file
 *
 * See "guestfs_copy_device_to_device" for a general
 * overview of this call.
 * 
 * This is not the function you want for copying files.
 * This is for copying blocks within existing files. See
 * "guestfs_cp", "guestfs_cp_a" and "guestfs_mv" for
 * general file copying and moving functions.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_copy_file_to_file(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *src, const gchar *dest, GuestfsCopyFileToFile *optargs, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  struct guestfs_copy_file_to_file_argv argv;
  struct guestfs_copy_file_to_file_argv *argvp = NULL;

  if (optargs) {
    argv.bitmask = 0;

    GValue srcoffset_v = {0, };
    g_value_init(&srcoffset_v, G_TYPE_INT64);
    g_object_get_property(G_OBJECT(optargs), "srcoffset", &srcoffset_v);
    gint64 srcoffset = g_value_get_int64(&srcoffset_v);
    if (srcoffset != -1) {
      argv.bitmask |= GUESTFS_COPY_FILE_TO_FILE_SRCOFFSET_BITMASK;
      argv.srcoffset = srcoffset;
    }
    GValue destoffset_v = {0, };
    g_value_init(&destoffset_v, G_TYPE_INT64);
    g_object_get_property(G_OBJECT(optargs), "destoffset", &destoffset_v);
    gint64 destoffset = g_value_get_int64(&destoffset_v);
    if (destoffset != -1) {
      argv.bitmask |= GUESTFS_COPY_FILE_TO_FILE_DESTOFFSET_BITMASK;
      argv.destoffset = destoffset;
    }
    GValue size_v = {0, };
    g_value_init(&size_v, G_TYPE_INT64);
    g_object_get_property(G_OBJECT(optargs), "size", &size_v);
    gint64 size = g_value_get_int64(&size_v);
    if (size != -1) {
      argv.bitmask |= GUESTFS_COPY_FILE_TO_FILE_SIZE_BITMASK;
      argv.size = size;
    }
    argvp = &argv;
  }
  int ret = guestfs_copy_file_to_file_argv(g, src, dest, argvp);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_tune2fs:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @optargs: (transfer none) (allow-none): a GuestfsTune2FS containing optional arguments
 *
 * adjust ext2/ext3/ext4 filesystem parameters
 *
 * This call allows you to adjust various filesystem
 * parameters of an ext2/ext3/ext4 filesystem called
 * "device".
 * 
 * The optional parameters are:
 * 
 * "force"
 * Force tune2fs to complete the operation even in the
 * face of errors. This is the same as the tune2fs "-f"
 * option.
 * 
 * "maxmountcount"
 * Set the number of mounts after which the filesystem
 * is checked by e2fsck(8). If this is 0 then the
 * number of mounts is disregarded. This is the same as
 * the tune2fs "-c" option.
 * 
 * "mountcount"
 * Set the number of times the filesystem has been
 * mounted. This is the same as the tune2fs "-C"
 * option.
 * 
 * "errorbehavior"
 * Change the behavior of the kernel code when errors
 * are detected. Possible values currently are:
 * "continue", "remount-ro", "panic". In practice these
 * options don't really make any difference,
 * particularly for write errors.
 * 
 * This is the same as the tune2fs "-e" option.
 * 
 * "group"
 * Set the group which can use reserved filesystem
 * blocks. This is the same as the tune2fs "-g" option
 * except that it can only be specified as a number.
 * 
 * "intervalbetweenchecks"
 * Adjust the maximal time between two filesystem
 * checks (in seconds). If the option is passed as 0
 * then time-dependent checking is disabled.
 * 
 * This is the same as the tune2fs "-i" option.
 * 
 * "reservedblockspercentage"
 * Set the percentage of the filesystem which may only
 * be allocated by privileged processes. This is the
 * same as the tune2fs "-m" option.
 * 
 * "lastmounteddirectory"
 * Set the last mounted directory. This is the same as
 * the tune2fs "-M" option.
 * 
 * "reservedblockscount" Set the number of reserved
 * filesystem blocks. This is the same as the tune2fs "-r"
 * option.
 * "user"
 * Set the user who can use the reserved filesystem
 * blocks. This is the same as the tune2fs "-u" option
 * except that it can only be specified as a number.
 * 
 * To get the current values of filesystem parameters, see
 * "guestfs_tune2fs_l". For precise details of how tune2fs
 * works, see the tune2fs(8) man page.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_tune2fs(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, GuestfsTune2FS *optargs, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  struct guestfs_tune2fs_argv argv;
  struct guestfs_tune2fs_argv *argvp = NULL;

  if (optargs) {
    argv.bitmask = 0;

    GValue force_v = {0, };
    g_value_init(&force_v, GUESTFS_TYPE_TRISTATE);
    g_object_get_property(G_OBJECT(optargs), "force", &force_v);
    GuestfsTristate force = g_value_get_enum(&force_v);
    if (force != GUESTFS_TRISTATE_NONE) {
      argv.bitmask |= GUESTFS_TUNE2FS_FORCE_BITMASK;
      argv.force = force;
    }
    GValue maxmountcount_v = {0, };
    g_value_init(&maxmountcount_v, G_TYPE_INT);
    g_object_get_property(G_OBJECT(optargs), "maxmountcount", &maxmountcount_v);
    gint32 maxmountcount = g_value_get_int(&maxmountcount_v);
    if (maxmountcount != -1) {
      argv.bitmask |= GUESTFS_TUNE2FS_MAXMOUNTCOUNT_BITMASK;
      argv.maxmountcount = maxmountcount;
    }
    GValue mountcount_v = {0, };
    g_value_init(&mountcount_v, G_TYPE_INT);
    g_object_get_property(G_OBJECT(optargs), "mountcount", &mountcount_v);
    gint32 mountcount = g_value_get_int(&mountcount_v);
    if (mountcount != -1) {
      argv.bitmask |= GUESTFS_TUNE2FS_MOUNTCOUNT_BITMASK;
      argv.mountcount = mountcount;
    }
    GValue errorbehavior_v = {0, };
    g_value_init(&errorbehavior_v, G_TYPE_STRING);
    g_object_get_property(G_OBJECT(optargs), "errorbehavior", &errorbehavior_v);
    const gchar *errorbehavior = g_value_get_string(&errorbehavior_v);
    if (errorbehavior != NULL) {
      argv.bitmask |= GUESTFS_TUNE2FS_ERRORBEHAVIOR_BITMASK;
      argv.errorbehavior = errorbehavior;
    }
    GValue group_v = {0, };
    g_value_init(&group_v, G_TYPE_INT64);
    g_object_get_property(G_OBJECT(optargs), "group", &group_v);
    gint64 group = g_value_get_int64(&group_v);
    if (group != -1) {
      argv.bitmask |= GUESTFS_TUNE2FS_GROUP_BITMASK;
      argv.group = group;
    }
    GValue intervalbetweenchecks_v = {0, };
    g_value_init(&intervalbetweenchecks_v, G_TYPE_INT);
    g_object_get_property(G_OBJECT(optargs), "intervalbetweenchecks", &intervalbetweenchecks_v);
    gint32 intervalbetweenchecks = g_value_get_int(&intervalbetweenchecks_v);
    if (intervalbetweenchecks != -1) {
      argv.bitmask |= GUESTFS_TUNE2FS_INTERVALBETWEENCHECKS_BITMASK;
      argv.intervalbetweenchecks = intervalbetweenchecks;
    }
    GValue reservedblockspercentage_v = {0, };
    g_value_init(&reservedblockspercentage_v, G_TYPE_INT);
    g_object_get_property(G_OBJECT(optargs), "reservedblockspercentage", &reservedblockspercentage_v);
    gint32 reservedblockspercentage = g_value_get_int(&reservedblockspercentage_v);
    if (reservedblockspercentage != -1) {
      argv.bitmask |= GUESTFS_TUNE2FS_RESERVEDBLOCKSPERCENTAGE_BITMASK;
      argv.reservedblockspercentage = reservedblockspercentage;
    }
    GValue lastmounteddirectory_v = {0, };
    g_value_init(&lastmounteddirectory_v, G_TYPE_STRING);
    g_object_get_property(G_OBJECT(optargs), "lastmounteddirectory", &lastmounteddirectory_v);
    const gchar *lastmounteddirectory = g_value_get_string(&lastmounteddirectory_v);
    if (lastmounteddirectory != NULL) {
      argv.bitmask |= GUESTFS_TUNE2FS_LASTMOUNTEDDIRECTORY_BITMASK;
      argv.lastmounteddirectory = lastmounteddirectory;
    }
    GValue reservedblockscount_v = {0, };
    g_value_init(&reservedblockscount_v, G_TYPE_INT64);
    g_object_get_property(G_OBJECT(optargs), "reservedblockscount", &reservedblockscount_v);
    gint64 reservedblockscount = g_value_get_int64(&reservedblockscount_v);
    if (reservedblockscount != -1) {
      argv.bitmask |= GUESTFS_TUNE2FS_RESERVEDBLOCKSCOUNT_BITMASK;
      argv.reservedblockscount = reservedblockscount;
    }
    GValue user_v = {0, };
    g_value_init(&user_v, G_TYPE_INT64);
    g_object_get_property(G_OBJECT(optargs), "user", &user_v);
    gint64 user = g_value_get_int64(&user_v);
    if (user != -1) {
      argv.bitmask |= GUESTFS_TUNE2FS_USER_BITMASK;
      argv.user = user;
    }
    argvp = &argv;
  }
  int ret = guestfs_tune2fs_argv(g, device, argvp);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_md_create:
 * @name: (transfer none) (type utf8):
 * @devices: (transfer none) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type filename): an array of strings
 * @optargs: (transfer none) (allow-none): a GuestfsMDCreate containing optional arguments
 *
 * create a Linux md (RAID) device
 *
 * Create a Linux md (RAID) device named "name" on the
 * devices in the list "devices".
 * 
 * The optional parameters are:
 * 
 * "missingbitmap"
 * A bitmap of missing devices. If a bit is set it
 * means that a missing device is added to the array.
 * The least significant bit corresponds to the first
 * device in the array.
 * 
 * As examples:
 * 
 * If "devices = ["/dev/sda"]" and "missingbitmap =
 * 0x1" then the resulting array would be "[<missing>,
 * "/dev/sda"]".
 * 
 * If "devices = ["/dev/sda"]" and "missingbitmap =
 * 0x2" then the resulting array would be "["/dev/sda",
 * <missing>]".
 * 
 * This defaults to 0 (no missing devices).
 * 
 * The length of "devices" + the number of bits set in
 * "missingbitmap" must equal "nrdevices" + "spare".
 * 
 * "nrdevices"
 * The number of active RAID devices.
 * 
 * If not set, this defaults to the length of "devices"
 * plus the number of bits set in "missingbitmap".
 * 
 * "spare"
 * The number of spare devices.
 * 
 * If not set, this defaults to 0.
 * 
 * "chunk"
 * The chunk size in bytes.
 * 
 * "level"
 * The RAID level, which can be one of: *linear*,
 * *raid0*, *0*, *stripe*, *raid1*, *1*, *mirror*,
 * *raid4*, *4*, *raid5*, *5*, *raid6*, *6*, *raid10*,
 * *10*. Some of these are synonymous, and more levels
 * may be added in future.
 * 
 * If not set, this defaults to "raid1".
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_md_create(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *name, gchar *const *devices, GuestfsMDCreate *optargs, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  struct guestfs_md_create_argv argv;
  struct guestfs_md_create_argv *argvp = NULL;

  if (optargs) {
    argv.bitmask = 0;

    GValue missingbitmap_v = {0, };
    g_value_init(&missingbitmap_v, G_TYPE_INT64);
    g_object_get_property(G_OBJECT(optargs), "missingbitmap", &missingbitmap_v);
    gint64 missingbitmap = g_value_get_int64(&missingbitmap_v);
    if (missingbitmap != -1) {
      argv.bitmask |= GUESTFS_MD_CREATE_MISSINGBITMAP_BITMASK;
      argv.missingbitmap = missingbitmap;
    }
    GValue nrdevices_v = {0, };
    g_value_init(&nrdevices_v, G_TYPE_INT);
    g_object_get_property(G_OBJECT(optargs), "nrdevices", &nrdevices_v);
    gint32 nrdevices = g_value_get_int(&nrdevices_v);
    if (nrdevices != -1) {
      argv.bitmask |= GUESTFS_MD_CREATE_NRDEVICES_BITMASK;
      argv.nrdevices = nrdevices;
    }
    GValue spare_v = {0, };
    g_value_init(&spare_v, G_TYPE_INT);
    g_object_get_property(G_OBJECT(optargs), "spare", &spare_v);
    gint32 spare = g_value_get_int(&spare_v);
    if (spare != -1) {
      argv.bitmask |= GUESTFS_MD_CREATE_SPARE_BITMASK;
      argv.spare = spare;
    }
    GValue chunk_v = {0, };
    g_value_init(&chunk_v, G_TYPE_INT64);
    g_object_get_property(G_OBJECT(optargs), "chunk", &chunk_v);
    gint64 chunk = g_value_get_int64(&chunk_v);
    if (chunk != -1) {
      argv.bitmask |= GUESTFS_MD_CREATE_CHUNK_BITMASK;
      argv.chunk = chunk;
    }
    GValue level_v = {0, };
    g_value_init(&level_v, G_TYPE_STRING);
    g_object_get_property(G_OBJECT(optargs), "level", &level_v);
    const gchar *level = g_value_get_string(&level_v);
    if (level != NULL) {
      argv.bitmask |= GUESTFS_MD_CREATE_LEVEL_BITMASK;
      argv.level = level;
    }
    argvp = &argv;
  }
  int ret = guestfs_md_create_argv(g, name, devices, argvp);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_list_md_devices:
 *
 * list Linux md (RAID) devices
 *
 * List all Linux md devices.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (array zero-terminated=1) (element-type utf8): an array of returned strings, or NULL on error
 */
gchar **
guestfs_session_list_md_devices(GuestfsSession *session, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char **ret = guestfs_list_md_devices(g);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  return ret;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_md_detail:
 * @md: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * obtain metadata for an MD device
 *
 * This command exposes the output of 'mdadm -DY <md>'. The
 * following fields are usually present in the returned
 * hash. Other fields may also be present.
 * 
 * "level"
 * The raid level of the MD device.
 * 
 * "devices"
 * The number of underlying devices in the MD device.
 * 
 * "metadata"
 * The metadata version used.
 * 
 * "uuid"
 * The UUID of the MD device.
 * 
 * "name"
 * The name of the MD device.
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (element-type utf8 utf8): a GHashTable of results, or NULL on error
 */
GHashTable *
guestfs_session_md_detail(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *md, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char **ret = guestfs_md_detail(g, md);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  GHashTable *h = g_hash_table_new_full(g_str_hash, g_str_equal, g_free, g_free);
  char **i = ret;
  while (*i) {
    char *key = *i; i++;
    char *value = *i; i++;
    g_hash_table_insert(h, key, value);
  };
  g_free(ret);
  return h;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_md_stop:
 * @md: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * stop a Linux md (RAID) device
 *
 * This command deactivates the MD array named "md". The
 * device is stopped, but it is not destroyed or zeroed.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_md_stop(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *md, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  int ret = guestfs_md_stop(g, md);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_blkid:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 *
 * print block device attributes
 *
 * This command returns block device attributes for
 * "device". The following fields are usually present in
 * the returned hash. Other fields may also be present.
 * 
 * "UUID"
 * The uuid of this device.
 * 
 * "LABEL"
 * The label of this device.
 * 
 * "VERSION"
 * The version of blkid command.
 * 
 * "TYPE"
 * The filesystem type or RAID of this device.
 * 
 * "USAGE"
 * The usage of this device, for example "filesystem"
 * or "raid".
 * 
 * Returns: (transfer full) (element-type utf8 utf8): a GHashTable of results, or NULL on error
 */
GHashTable *
guestfs_session_blkid(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  char **ret = guestfs_blkid(g, device);
  if (ret == NULL) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return NULL;
  }

  GHashTable *h = g_hash_table_new_full(g_str_hash, g_str_equal, g_free, g_free);
  char **i = ret;
  while (*i) {
    char *key = *i; i++;
    char *value = *i; i++;
    g_hash_table_insert(h, key, value);
  };
  g_free(ret);
  return h;
}

/**
 * guestfs_session_e2fsck:
 * @device: (transfer none) (type filename):
 * @optargs: (transfer none) (allow-none): a GuestfsE2fsck containing optional arguments
 *
 * check an ext2/ext3 filesystem
 *
 * This runs the ext2/ext3 filesystem checker on "device".
 * It can take the following optional arguments:
 * 
 * "correct"
 * Automatically repair the file system. This option
 * will cause e2fsck to automatically fix any
 * filesystem problems that can be safely fixed without
 * human intervention.
 * 
 * This option may not be specified at the same time as
 * the "forceall" option.
 * 
 * "forceall"
 * Assume an answer of 'yes' to all questions; allows
 * e2fsck to be used non-interactively.
 * 
 * This option may not be specified at the same time as
 * the "correct" option.
 * 
 * Returns: true on success, false on error
 */
gboolean
guestfs_session_e2fsck(GuestfsSession *session, const gchar *device, GuestfsE2fsck *optargs, GError **err)
{
  guestfs_h *g = session->priv->g;
  struct guestfs_e2fsck_argv argv;
  struct guestfs_e2fsck_argv *argvp = NULL;

  if (optargs) {
    argv.bitmask = 0;

    GValue correct_v = {0, };
    g_value_init(&correct_v, GUESTFS_TYPE_TRISTATE);
    g_object_get_property(G_OBJECT(optargs), "correct", &correct_v);
    GuestfsTristate correct = g_value_get_enum(&correct_v);
    if (correct != GUESTFS_TRISTATE_NONE) {
      argv.bitmask |= GUESTFS_E2FSCK_CORRECT_BITMASK;
      argv.correct = correct;
    }
    GValue forceall_v = {0, };
    g_value_init(&forceall_v, GUESTFS_TYPE_TRISTATE);
    g_object_get_property(G_OBJECT(optargs), "forceall", &forceall_v);
    GuestfsTristate forceall = g_value_get_enum(&forceall_v);
    if (forceall != GUESTFS_TRISTATE_NONE) {
      argv.bitmask |= GUESTFS_E2FSCK_FORCEALL_BITMASK;
      argv.forceall = forceall;
    }
    argvp = &argv;
  }
  int ret = guestfs_e2fsck_argv(g, device, argvp);
  if (ret == -1) {
    g_set_error_literal(err, GUESTFS_ERROR, 0, guestfs_last_error(g));
    return FALSE;
  }

  return TRUE;
}


/* libguestfs generated file
 * WARNING: THIS FILE IS GENERATED FROM:
 *   generator/generator_*.ml
 * ANY CHANGES YOU MAKE TO THIS FILE WILL BE LOST.
 *
 * Copyright (C) 2009-2012 Red Hat Inc.
 *
 * This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
 * it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
 * the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
 * (at your option) any later version.
 *
 * This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
 * but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
 * MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
 * GNU General Public License for more details.
 *
 * You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along
 * with this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc.,
 * 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA.
 */


#ifndef GUESTFS_GOBJECT_H__
#define GUESTFS_GOBJECT_H__

#include <glib-object.h>
#include <gio/gio.h>

G_BEGIN_DECLS

/* Guestfs::Session object definition */
#define GUESTFS_TYPE_SESSION             (guestfs_session_get_type())
#define GUESTFS_SESSION(obj)             (G_TYPE_CHECK_INSTANCE_CAST ( (obj), GUESTFS_TYPE_SESSION, GuestfsSession))
#define GUESTFS_SESSION_CLASS(klass)     (G_TYPE_CHECK_CLASS_CAST ( (klass), GUESTFS_TYPE_SESSION, GuestfsSessionClass))
#define GUESTFS_IS_SESSION(obj)          (G_TYPE_CHECK_INSTANCE_TYPE ( (obj), GUESTFS_TYPE_SESSION))
#define GUESTFS_IS_SESSION_CLASS(klass)  (G_TYPE_CHECK_CLASS_TYPE ( (klass), GUESTFS_TYPE_SESSION))
#define GUESTFS_SESSION_GET_CLASS(obj)   (G_TYPE_INSTANCE_GET_CLASS ( (obj), GUESTFS_TYPE_SESSION, GuestfsSessionClass))

typedef struct _GuestfsSession GuestfsSession;
typedef struct _GuestfsSessionClass GuestfsSessionClass;
typedef struct _GuestfsSessionPrivate GuestfsSessionPrivate;

struct _GuestfsSession
{
  GObject parent;
  GuestfsSessionPrivate *priv;
};

struct _GuestfsSessionClass
{
  GObjectClass parent_class;
};

GType guestfs_session_get_type(void);
GuestfsSession *guestfs_session_new(void);

/* Guestfs::Tristate */
typedef enum
{
  GUESTFS_TRISTATE_FALSE,
  GUESTFS_TRISTATE_TRUE,
  GUESTFS_TRISTATE_NONE
} GuestfsTristate;

GType guestfs_tristate_get_type(void);
#define GUESTFS_TYPE_TRISTATE (guestfs_tristate_get_type())

/* Structs */
typedef struct _GuestfsIntBool GuestfsIntBool;
struct _GuestfsIntBool {
  gint32 i;
  gint32 b;
};
GType guestfs_int_bool_get_type(void);

typedef struct _GuestfsPV GuestfsPV;
struct _GuestfsPV {
  gchar *pv_name;
  /* The next field is NOT nul-terminated, be careful when printing it: */
  gchar pv_uuid[32];
  gchar *pv_fmt;
  guint64 pv_size;
  guint64 dev_size;
  guint64 pv_free;
  guint64 pv_used;
  gchar *pv_attr;
  gint64 pv_pe_count;
  gint64 pv_pe_alloc_count;
  gchar *pv_tags;
  guint64 pe_start;
  gint64 pv_mda_count;
  guint64 pv_mda_free;
};
GType guestfs_lvm_pv_get_type(void);

typedef struct _GuestfsVG GuestfsVG;
struct _GuestfsVG {
  gchar *vg_name;
  /* The next field is NOT nul-terminated, be careful when printing it: */
  gchar vg_uuid[32];
  gchar *vg_fmt;
  gchar *vg_attr;
  guint64 vg_size;
  guint64 vg_free;
  gchar *vg_sysid;
  guint64 vg_extent_size;
  gint64 vg_extent_count;
  gint64 vg_free_count;
  gint64 max_lv;
  gint64 max_pv;
  gint64 pv_count;
  gint64 lv_count;
  gint64 snap_count;
  gint64 vg_seqno;
  gchar *vg_tags;
  gint64 vg_mda_count;
  guint64 vg_mda_free;
};
GType guestfs_lvm_vg_get_type(void);

typedef struct _GuestfsLV GuestfsLV;
struct _GuestfsLV {
  gchar *lv_name;
  /* The next field is NOT nul-terminated, be careful when printing it: */
  gchar lv_uuid[32];
  gchar *lv_attr;
  gint64 lv_major;
  gint64 lv_minor;
  gint64 lv_kernel_major;
  gint64 lv_kernel_minor;
  guint64 lv_size;
  gint64 seg_count;
  gchar *origin;
  /* The next field is [0..100] or -1 meaning 'not present': */
  gfloat snap_percent;
  /* The next field is [0..100] or -1 meaning 'not present': */
  gfloat copy_percent;
  gchar *move_pv;
  gchar *lv_tags;
  gchar *mirror_log;
  gchar *modules;
};
GType guestfs_lvm_lv_get_type(void);

typedef struct _GuestfsStat GuestfsStat;
struct _GuestfsStat {
  gint64 dev;
  gint64 ino;
  gint64 mode;
  gint64 nlink;
  gint64 uid;
  gint64 gid;
  gint64 rdev;
  gint64 size;
  gint64 blksize;
  gint64 blocks;
  gint64 atime;
  gint64 mtime;
  gint64 ctime;
};
GType guestfs_stat_get_type(void);

typedef struct _GuestfsStatVFS GuestfsStatVFS;
struct _GuestfsStatVFS {
  gint64 bsize;
  gint64 frsize;
  gint64 blocks;
  gint64 bfree;
  gint64 bavail;
  gint64 files;
  gint64 ffree;
  gint64 favail;
  gint64 fsid;
  gint64 flag;
  gint64 namemax;
};
GType guestfs_statvfs_get_type(void);

typedef struct _GuestfsDirent GuestfsDirent;
struct _GuestfsDirent {
  gint64 ino;
  gchar ftyp;
  gchar *name;
};
GType guestfs_dirent_get_type(void);

typedef struct _GuestfsVersion GuestfsVersion;
struct _GuestfsVersion {
  gint64 major;
  gint64 minor;
  gint64 release;
  gchar *extra;
};
GType guestfs_version_get_type(void);

typedef struct _GuestfsXAttr GuestfsXAttr;
struct _GuestfsXAttr {
  gchar *attrname;
  guint8 *attrval;
  guint32 attrval_size;
};
GType guestfs_xattr_get_type(void);

typedef struct _GuestfsINotifyEvent GuestfsINotifyEvent;
struct _GuestfsINotifyEvent {
  gint64 in_wd;
  guint32 in_mask;
  guint32 in_cookie;
  gchar *in_name;
};
GType guestfs_inotify_event_get_type(void);

typedef struct _GuestfsPartition GuestfsPartition;
struct _GuestfsPartition {
  gint32 part_num;
  guint64 part_start;
  guint64 part_end;
  guint64 part_size;
};
GType guestfs_partition_get_type(void);

typedef struct _GuestfsApplication GuestfsApplication;
struct _GuestfsApplication {
  gchar *app_name;
  gchar *app_display_name;
  gint32 app_epoch;
  gchar *app_version;
  gchar *app_release;
  gchar *app_install_path;
  gchar *app_trans_path;
  gchar *app_publisher;
  gchar *app_url;
  gchar *app_source_package;
  gchar *app_summary;
  gchar *app_description;
};
GType guestfs_application_get_type(void);

/* Optional arguments */

/* GuestfsAddDriveOpts */
#define GUESTFS_TYPE_ADD_DRIVE_OPTS (guestfs_add_drive_opts_get_type())
#define GUESTFS_ADD_DRIVE_OPTS(obj) (G_TYPE_CHECK_INSTANCE_CAST((obj), GUESTFS_TYPE_ADD_DRIVE_OPTS, GuestfsAddDriveOpts))
#define GUESTFS_ADD_DRIVE_OPTS_CLASS(klass) (G_TYPE_CHECK_CLASS_CAST((klass), GUESTFS_TYPE_ADD_DRIVE_OPTS, GuestfsAddDriveOptsClass))
#define GUESTFS_IS_ADD_DRIVE_OPTS(obj) (G_TYPE_CHECK_INSTANCE_TYPE((klass), GUESTFS_TYPE_ADD_DRIVE_OPTS))
#define GUESTFS_IS_ADD_DRIVE_OPTS_CLASS(klass) (G_TYPE_CHECK_CLASS_TYPE((klass), GUESTFS_TYPE_ADD_DRIVE_OPTS))
#define GUESTFS_ADD_DRIVE_OPTS_GET_CLASS(obj) (G_TYPE_INSTANCE_GET_CLASS((obj), GUESTFS_TYPE_ADD_DRIVE_OPTS, GuestfsAddDriveOptsClass))

typedef struct _GuestfsAddDriveOpts GuestfsAddDriveOpts;
typedef struct _GuestfsAddDriveOptsPrivate GuestfsAddDriveOptsPrivate;
typedef struct _GuestfsAddDriveOptsClass GuestfsAddDriveOptsClass;

struct _GuestfsAddDriveOpts {
  GObject parent;
  GuestfsAddDriveOptsPrivate *priv;
};

struct _GuestfsAddDriveOptsClass {
  GObjectClass parent_class;
};

GType guestfs_add_drive_opts_get_type(void);
GuestfsAddDriveOpts *guestfs_add_drive_opts_new(void);

/* GuestfsAddDomain */
#define GUESTFS_TYPE_ADD_DOMAIN (guestfs_add_domain_get_type())
#define GUESTFS_ADD_DOMAIN(obj) (G_TYPE_CHECK_INSTANCE_CAST((obj), GUESTFS_TYPE_ADD_DOMAIN, GuestfsAddDomain))
#define GUESTFS_ADD_DOMAIN_CLASS(klass) (G_TYPE_CHECK_CLASS_CAST((klass), GUESTFS_TYPE_ADD_DOMAIN, GuestfsAddDomainClass))
#define GUESTFS_IS_ADD_DOMAIN(obj) (G_TYPE_CHECK_INSTANCE_TYPE((klass), GUESTFS_TYPE_ADD_DOMAIN))
#define GUESTFS_IS_ADD_DOMAIN_CLASS(klass) (G_TYPE_CHECK_CLASS_TYPE((klass), GUESTFS_TYPE_ADD_DOMAIN))
#define GUESTFS_ADD_DOMAIN_GET_CLASS(obj) (G_TYPE_INSTANCE_GET_CLASS((obj), GUESTFS_TYPE_ADD_DOMAIN, GuestfsAddDomainClass))

typedef struct _GuestfsAddDomain GuestfsAddDomain;
typedef struct _GuestfsAddDomainPrivate GuestfsAddDomainPrivate;
typedef struct _GuestfsAddDomainClass GuestfsAddDomainClass;

struct _GuestfsAddDomain {
  GObject parent;
  GuestfsAddDomainPrivate *priv;
};

struct _GuestfsAddDomainClass {
  GObjectClass parent_class;
};

GType guestfs_add_domain_get_type(void);
GuestfsAddDomain *guestfs_add_domain_new(void);

/* GuestfsInspectGetIcon */
#define GUESTFS_TYPE_INSPECT_GET_ICON (guestfs_inspect_get_icon_get_type())
#define GUESTFS_INSPECT_GET_ICON(obj) (G_TYPE_CHECK_INSTANCE_CAST((obj), GUESTFS_TYPE_INSPECT_GET_ICON, GuestfsInspectGetIcon))
#define GUESTFS_INSPECT_GET_ICON_CLASS(klass) (G_TYPE_CHECK_CLASS_CAST((klass), GUESTFS_TYPE_INSPECT_GET_ICON, GuestfsInspectGetIconClass))
#define GUESTFS_IS_INSPECT_GET_ICON(obj) (G_TYPE_CHECK_INSTANCE_TYPE((klass), GUESTFS_TYPE_INSPECT_GET_ICON))
#define GUESTFS_IS_INSPECT_GET_ICON_CLASS(klass) (G_TYPE_CHECK_CLASS_TYPE((klass), GUESTFS_TYPE_INSPECT_GET_ICON))
#define GUESTFS_INSPECT_GET_ICON_GET_CLASS(obj) (G_TYPE_INSTANCE_GET_CLASS((obj), GUESTFS_TYPE_INSPECT_GET_ICON, GuestfsInspectGetIconClass))

typedef struct _GuestfsInspectGetIcon GuestfsInspectGetIcon;
typedef struct _GuestfsInspectGetIconPrivate GuestfsInspectGetIconPrivate;
typedef struct _GuestfsInspectGetIconClass GuestfsInspectGetIconClass;

struct _GuestfsInspectGetIcon {
  GObject parent;
  GuestfsInspectGetIconPrivate *priv;
};

struct _GuestfsInspectGetIconClass {
  GObjectClass parent_class;
};

GType guestfs_inspect_get_icon_get_type(void);
GuestfsInspectGetIcon *guestfs_inspect_get_icon_new(void);

/* GuestfsMkfsOpts */
#define GUESTFS_TYPE_MKFS_OPTS (guestfs_mkfs_opts_get_type())
#define GUESTFS_MKFS_OPTS(obj) (G_TYPE_CHECK_INSTANCE_CAST((obj), GUESTFS_TYPE_MKFS_OPTS, GuestfsMkfsOpts))
#define GUESTFS_MKFS_OPTS_CLASS(klass) (G_TYPE_CHECK_CLASS_CAST((klass), GUESTFS_TYPE_MKFS_OPTS, GuestfsMkfsOptsClass))
#define GUESTFS_IS_MKFS_OPTS(obj) (G_TYPE_CHECK_INSTANCE_TYPE((klass), GUESTFS_TYPE_MKFS_OPTS))
#define GUESTFS_IS_MKFS_OPTS_CLASS(klass) (G_TYPE_CHECK_CLASS_TYPE((klass), GUESTFS_TYPE_MKFS_OPTS))
#define GUESTFS_MKFS_OPTS_GET_CLASS(obj) (G_TYPE_INSTANCE_GET_CLASS((obj), GUESTFS_TYPE_MKFS_OPTS, GuestfsMkfsOptsClass))

typedef struct _GuestfsMkfsOpts GuestfsMkfsOpts;
typedef struct _GuestfsMkfsOptsPrivate GuestfsMkfsOptsPrivate;
typedef struct _GuestfsMkfsOptsClass GuestfsMkfsOptsClass;

struct _GuestfsMkfsOpts {
  GObject parent;
  GuestfsMkfsOptsPrivate *priv;
};

struct _GuestfsMkfsOptsClass {
  GObjectClass parent_class;
};

GType guestfs_mkfs_opts_get_type(void);
GuestfsMkfsOpts *guestfs_mkfs_opts_new(void);

/* GuestfsMount9P */
#define GUESTFS_TYPE_MOUNT_9P (guestfs_mount_9p_get_type())
#define GUESTFS_MOUNT_9P(obj) (G_TYPE_CHECK_INSTANCE_CAST((obj), GUESTFS_TYPE_MOUNT_9P, GuestfsMount9P))
#define GUESTFS_MOUNT_9P_CLASS(klass) (G_TYPE_CHECK_CLASS_CAST((klass), GUESTFS_TYPE_MOUNT_9P, GuestfsMount9PClass))
#define GUESTFS_IS_MOUNT_9P(obj) (G_TYPE_CHECK_INSTANCE_TYPE((klass), GUESTFS_TYPE_MOUNT_9P))
#define GUESTFS_IS_MOUNT_9P_CLASS(klass) (G_TYPE_CHECK_CLASS_TYPE((klass), GUESTFS_TYPE_MOUNT_9P))
#define GUESTFS_MOUNT_9P_GET_CLASS(obj) (G_TYPE_INSTANCE_GET_CLASS((obj), GUESTFS_TYPE_MOUNT_9P, GuestfsMount9PClass))

typedef struct _GuestfsMount9P GuestfsMount9P;
typedef struct _GuestfsMount9PPrivate GuestfsMount9PPrivate;
typedef struct _GuestfsMount9PClass GuestfsMount9PClass;

struct _GuestfsMount9P {
  GObject parent;
  GuestfsMount9PPrivate *priv;
};

struct _GuestfsMount9PClass {
  GObjectClass parent_class;
};

GType guestfs_mount_9p_get_type(void);
GuestfsMount9P *guestfs_mount_9p_new(void);

/* GuestfsNTFSResizeOpts */
#define GUESTFS_TYPE_NTFSRESIZE_OPTS (guestfs_ntfsresize_opts_get_type())
#define GUESTFS_NTFSRESIZE_OPTS(obj) (G_TYPE_CHECK_INSTANCE_CAST((obj), GUESTFS_TYPE_NTFSRESIZE_OPTS, GuestfsNTFSResizeOpts))
#define GUESTFS_NTFSRESIZE_OPTS_CLASS(klass) (G_TYPE_CHECK_CLASS_CAST((klass), GUESTFS_TYPE_NTFSRESIZE_OPTS, GuestfsNTFSResizeOptsClass))
#define GUESTFS_IS_NTFSRESIZE_OPTS(obj) (G_TYPE_CHECK_INSTANCE_TYPE((klass), GUESTFS_TYPE_NTFSRESIZE_OPTS))
#define GUESTFS_IS_NTFSRESIZE_OPTS_CLASS(klass) (G_TYPE_CHECK_CLASS_TYPE((klass), GUESTFS_TYPE_NTFSRESIZE_OPTS))
#define GUESTFS_NTFSRESIZE_OPTS_GET_CLASS(obj) (G_TYPE_INSTANCE_GET_CLASS((obj), GUESTFS_TYPE_NTFSRESIZE_OPTS, GuestfsNTFSResizeOptsClass))

typedef struct _GuestfsNTFSResizeOpts GuestfsNTFSResizeOpts;
typedef struct _GuestfsNTFSResizeOptsPrivate GuestfsNTFSResizeOptsPrivate;
typedef struct _GuestfsNTFSResizeOptsClass GuestfsNTFSResizeOptsClass;

struct _GuestfsNTFSResizeOpts {
  GObject parent;
  GuestfsNTFSResizeOptsPrivate *priv;
};

struct _GuestfsNTFSResizeOptsClass {
  GObjectClass parent_class;
}