Richard W.M. Jones wrote:
Example: Xen ------------ <capabilities> <host> <cpu_flags> <cpu_flag> vmx </cpu_flag> <cpu_flag> pae </cpu_flag> <!-- etc --> </cpu_flags> </host>
After some discussion with Daniel Veillard, I've evolved this into: <capabilities> <host> <features> <vmx/> <pae/> <!-- etc --> </features> </host>(This reason for this is to be consistent with the features listed in <domain> descriptions).
<guest_architectures> <guest_architecture> <model> x86_64 </model> <paravirt> xen </paravirt> <domain_type> xen </domain_type> <emulator> /usr/lib/xen/bin/qemu-dm </emulator> </guest_architecture>
Also after discussion with DV: <guest> <architectures> <architecture> <!-- <model> etc. as above --> <architecture> </architectures> </guest> </capabilities>(The reason for this is to reduce the verbosity of the XML and to allow other guest-related non-architecture-related sections in a future version).
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