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Re: [Libvir] Remote & the problem with qemu deadlock

Daniel Veillard wrote:
  Can we recognize that the connection is on localhost and just serve
the request directly and synchronously instead ?

Yes you can. In real terms what this would mean is that all the functions in qemu_internal.c are changed so that they become:

static int qemuDestroyDomain(virDomainPtr domain) {
    qemud_packet_client req;
    qemud_packet_server reply;
    qemuPrivatePtr priv = (qemuPrivatePtr) domain->conn->privateData;

req.data.qemud_packet_client_data_u.domainDestroyRequest.id = domain->id;

    /* some code to get the fake server & client, and then: */
    qemudDispatchDomainDestroy (server, client, req, rep);
    /* followed by some code to decode the fake "reply packet" */
#else /* existing code: */
if (qemuProcessRequest(domain->conn, priv->qemud_fd, NULL, &req, &reply) < 0) {
        return -1;

    return 0;

So it can be done but qemu_internal is sure going to look ugly afterwards.


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