Daniel P. Berrange wrote:
On Tue, Jul 03, 2007 at 04:14:30PM +0100, Richard W.M. Jones wrote:I'm not quite sure what the problem is (although the problem is in xm_internal), but when you use xm_internal over remote, it sometimes doesn't initialize its internal cache correctly, so it thinks that there are no inactive domains. The fix is a one-liner which I hit upon by accident -- I don't really understand why it works:Very peculiar - the nconnections stuff is incremented / decremented by the xenXMOpen & xenXMClose methods. So the change you show below should be identical to previous behaviour. Is something calling the xenXMClose method too many times maybe ? I guess some judicious use of syslog would show it up
But I can assure you that the patch is necessary, even if I don't understand how it works ...
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