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Re: [Libvir] Next features and target for development



* Daniel Veillard <veillard redhat com> [2007-07-10 10:51]:
>   Hi all,
> 
> now that 0.3.0 is out, it's probably time to build the next set of
> features we aims at developping in the next months, the list I have
> currently is short, but still significant:
> 
>   - migration API: now that we have remote support it should be
>        possible to build an API for migration of domains between
>        2 connections. Could be as simple as
>         int virDomainMigrate(virDomainPtr domain, virConnectPtr to, int flags);
>        sounds like a fun and very useful part.
> 
>   - USB support: we discussed that already, but the initial patch did
>        not match the XML format suggestions we should try to resurrect this
>         http://libvirt.org/search.php?query=USB&scope=LISTS
>         http://www.redhat.com/archives/libvir-list/2007-March/thread.html#00118
> 
>   - Support for Xen-API new entry points at least for localhost access
>     since we have remote support now
> 
>   - platform support: resolve the PPC64 issues
> 
>   - more engine support: OpenVZ is on the work, is there interest in
>       lguest, UML or for example Solaris zones ?
> 
> Now is a good time to suggest new potential directions, and I certainly forgot
> some obvious points, so what did I missed ?

NUMA support?

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Ryan Harper
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