Atsushi SAKAI wrote:
I finally succeed for building libvirt on windows(MinGW/MSYS).
So you built it, but did it work? A couple of basic tests you can do to check: (1) virsh.exe -c test:///default list (should list the test domain) (2) virsh.exe -c xen+tcp://somehost/ listAssuming that 'somehost' has a libvirtd configured to listen over TCP, this should list the Xen domains on the remote host.
Test (2) is good because it exercises the remote driver, XDR, sockets, etc.FWIW both of the above worked for me, and I can also get virt-ctrl to display remote domains from a Windows box, although I didn't go into any great detail.
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