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Re: [Libvir] [PATCH 0/7] QEMU/KVM save/restore support, take 3



On Mon, Aug 13, 2007 at 02:17:03PM -0400, Jim Paris wrote:
> Here's take 3 of the QEMU/KVM save/restore support.  Thanks for your
> input.
> 
> Changes since last time:
> 
> - Remove escape sequence filtering, it's not necessary.
> 
> - Clean up stdin handling in virExec, use -1 to signify unused
> 
> - Add signal-safe read/write wrappers that handle EINTR and use them.
> 
> - Add version and padding to image header, and check version on restore.
> 
> - Include null-termination in XML data & length
> 
> - Show name of conflicting domain in error message
> 
> Everything seems to work well in my tests.  I've run into a few rare
> cases where the migration doesn't work correctly (causing segfaults in
> the guest, or kvm to crash), but it's not libvirt's fault, and libvirt
> handles the failures well.

It all worked nicely for me too - exposed a bug in virt-manager too :-)
Thanks again for coding & debugging this all

Regards,
Dan.
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