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Re: [libvirt] about libvirt-qpid on libvirt.org



Hi, Daniel

  It looks good for me.

Thanks
Atsushi SAKAI


"Daniel P. Berrange" <berrange redhat com> wrote:

> On Tue, Jan 27, 2009 at 12:51:57PM +0900, Atsushi SAKAI wrote:
> > Hi,
> > 
> >   I have a question about libvirt-qpid.
> > The libvirt-qpid is working for QPID broker?
> > If so, it should be added in "livirt is" section of following pages.
> > http://libvirt.org/
> > How do you think?
> 
> 
> Yes, it should be listed - here is an updated front page, also added
> the User Mode Linux driver, and mentioning the Windows client support.
> I also added details of URI format to all the per-driver pages, since
> people often seem to ask about this
> 
> 
> Daniel
> 
> diff -r f787e41fb699 docs/drvopenvz.html
> --- a/docs/drvopenvz.html	Tue Jan 27 11:15:48 2009 +0000
> +++ b/docs/drvopenvz.html	Tue Jan 27 11:39:31 2009 +0000
> @@ -142,6 +142,7 @@
>      </p>
>          <pre>
>      openvz:///system                     (local access)
> +    openvz+unix:///system                (local access)
>      openvz://example.com/system          (remote access, TLS/x509)
>      openvz+tcp://example.com/system      (remote access, SASl/Kerberos)
>      openvz+ssh://root example com/system (remote access, SSH tunnelled)
> diff -r f787e41fb699 docs/drvopenvz.html.in
> --- a/docs/drvopenvz.html.in	Tue Jan 27 11:15:48 2009 +0000
> +++ b/docs/drvopenvz.html.in	Tue Jan 27 11:39:31 2009 +0000
> @@ -21,6 +21,7 @@
>  
>      <pre>
>      openvz:///system                     (local access)
> +    openvz+unix:///system                (local access)
>      openvz://example.com/system          (remote access, TLS/x509)
>      openvz+tcp://example.com/system      (remote access, SASl/Kerberos)
>      openvz+ssh://root example com/system (remote access, SSH tunnelled)
> diff -r f787e41fb699 docs/drvqemu.html
> --- a/docs/drvqemu.html	Tue Jan 27 11:15:48 2009 +0000
> +++ b/docs/drvqemu.html	Tue Jan 27 11:39:31 2009 +0000
> @@ -149,6 +149,23 @@
>  	node. If both are found, then Xen paravirtualized guests can be run using
>  	the KVM hardware acceleration.
>        </li></ul>
> +        <h2>Connections to QEMU driver</h2>
> +        <p>
> +    The libvirt QEMU driver is a multi-instance driver, providing a single
> +    system wide privileged driver (the "system" instance), and per-user
> +    unprivileged drivers (the "session" instance). The of the driver protocol
> +    is "qemu". Some example conection URIs for the libvirt driver are:
> +    </p>
> +        <pre>
> +    qemu:///session                      (local access to per-user instance)
> +    qemu+unix:///session                 (local access to per-user instance)
> +
> +    qemu:///system                       (local access to system instance)
> +    qemu+unix:///system                  (local access to system instance)
> +    qemu://example.com/system            (remote access, TLS/x509)
> +    qemu+tcp://example.com/system        (remote access, SASl/Kerberos)
> +    qemu+ssh://root example com/system   (remote access, SSH tunnelled)
> +    </pre>
>          <h2>
>            <a name="xmlconfig" id="xmlconfig">Example domain XML config</a>
>          </h2>
> diff -r f787e41fb699 docs/drvqemu.html.in
> --- a/docs/drvqemu.html.in	Tue Jan 27 11:15:48 2009 +0000
> +++ b/docs/drvqemu.html.in	Tue Jan 27 11:39:31 2009 +0000
> @@ -32,6 +32,26 @@
>        </li>
>      </ul>
>  
> +    <h2>Connections to QEMU driver</h2>
> +
> +    <p>
> +    The libvirt QEMU driver is a multi-instance driver, providing a single
> +    system wide privileged driver (the "system" instance), and per-user
> +    unprivileged drivers (the "session" instance). The of the driver protocol
> +    is "qemu". Some example conection URIs for the libvirt driver are:
> +    </p>
> +
> +    <pre>
> +    qemu:///session                      (local access to per-user instance)
> +    qemu+unix:///session                 (local access to per-user instance)
> +
> +    qemu:///system                       (local access to system instance)
> +    qemu+unix:///system                  (local access to system instance)
> +    qemu://example.com/system            (remote access, TLS/x509)
> +    qemu+tcp://example.com/system        (remote access, SASl/Kerberos)
> +    qemu+ssh://root example com/system   (remote access, SSH tunnelled)
> +    </pre>
> +
>      <h2><a name="xmlconfig">Example domain XML config</a></h2>
>  
>      <h3>QEMU emulated guest on x86_64</h3>
> diff -r f787e41fb699 docs/drvtest.html
> --- a/docs/drvtest.html	Tue Jan 27 11:15:48 2009 +0000
> +++ b/docs/drvtest.html	Tue Jan 27 11:39:31 2009 +0000
> @@ -126,6 +126,22 @@
>        </div>
>        <div id="content">
>          <h1>Test "mock" driver</h1>
> +        <h2>Connections to Test driver</h2>
> +        <p>
> +    The libvirt Test driver is a per-process fake hypervisor driver,
> +    with a driver name of 'test'. The driver maintains all its state
> +    in memory. It can start with a pre-configured default config, or
> +    be given a path to a alternate config. Some example conection URIs
> +    for the libvirt driver are:
> +    </p>
> +        <pre>
> +    test:///default                     (local access, default config)
> +    test:///path/to/driver/config.xml   (local access, custom config)
> +    test+unix:///default                (local access, default config, via daemon)
> +    test://example.com/default          (remote access, TLS/x509)
> +    test+tcp://example.com/default      (remote access, SASl/Kerberos)
> +    test+ssh://root example com/default (remote access, SSH tunnelled)
> +    </pre>
>        </div>
>      </div>
>      <div id="footer">
> diff -r f787e41fb699 docs/drvtest.html.in
> --- a/docs/drvtest.html.in	Tue Jan 27 11:15:48 2009 +0000
> +++ b/docs/drvtest.html.in	Tue Jan 27 11:39:31 2009 +0000
> @@ -1,5 +1,25 @@
>  <html>
>    <body>
>      <h1>Test "mock" driver</h1>
> +
> +    <h2>Connections to Test driver</h2>
> +
> +    <p>
> +    The libvirt Test driver is a per-process fake hypervisor driver,
> +    with a driver name of 'test'. The driver maintains all its state
> +    in memory. It can start with a pre-configured default config, or
> +    be given a path to a alternate config. Some example conection URIs
> +    for the libvirt driver are:
> +    </p>
> +
> +    <pre>
> +    test:///default                     (local access, default config)
> +    test:///path/to/driver/config.xml   (local access, custom config)
> +    test+unix:///default                (local access, default config, via daemon)
> +    test://example.com/default          (remote access, TLS/x509)
> +    test+tcp://example.com/default      (remote access, SASl/Kerberos)
> +    test+ssh://root example com/default (remote access, SSH tunnelled)
> +    </pre>
> +
>    </body>
>  </html>
> diff -r f787e41fb699 docs/drvuml.html
> --- a/docs/drvuml.html	Tue Jan 27 11:15:48 2009 +0000
> +++ b/docs/drvuml.html	Tue Jan 27 11:39:31 2009 +0000
> @@ -146,8 +146,11 @@
>      URIs are
>      </p>
>          <pre>
> -    uml:///system                        (local access, system instance)
> -    uml:///session                       (local access, session instance)
> +    uml:///session                       (local access to per-user instance)
> +    uml+unix:///session                  (local access to per-user instance)
> +
> +    uml:///system                        (local access to system instance)
> +    uml+unix:///system                   (local access to system instance)
>      uml://example.com/system             (remote access, TLS/x509)
>      uml+tcp://example.com/system         (remote access, SASl/Kerberos)
>      uml+ssh://root example com/system    (remote access, SSH tunnelled)
> diff -r f787e41fb699 docs/drvuml.html.in
> --- a/docs/drvuml.html.in	Tue Jan 27 11:15:48 2009 +0000
> +++ b/docs/drvuml.html.in	Tue Jan 27 11:39:31 2009 +0000
> @@ -25,8 +25,11 @@
>      </p>
>  
>      <pre>
> -    uml:///system                        (local access, system instance)
> -    uml:///session                       (local access, session instance)
> +    uml:///session                       (local access to per-user instance)
> +    uml+unix:///session                  (local access to per-user instance)
> +
> +    uml:///system                        (local access to system instance)
> +    uml+unix:///system                   (local access to system instance)
>      uml://example.com/system             (remote access, TLS/x509)
>      uml+tcp://example.com/system         (remote access, SASl/Kerberos)
>      uml+ssh://root example com/system    (remote access, SSH tunnelled)
> diff -r f787e41fb699 docs/drvxen.html
> --- a/docs/drvxen.html	Tue Jan 27 11:15:48 2009 +0000
> +++ b/docs/drvxen.html	Tue Jan 27 11:39:31 2009 +0000
> @@ -159,6 +159,19 @@
>  	the <code>/etc/xen</code> directory. It is important not to place
>  	any other non-config files in this directory.
>        </li></ul>
> +        <h2>Connections to Xen driver</h2>
> +        <p>
> +    The libvirt Xen driver is a single-instance privileged driver,
> +    with a driver name of 'xen'. Some example conection URIs for
> +    the libvirt driver are:
> +    </p>
> +        <pre>
> +    xen:///                        (local access, direct)
> +    xen+unix:///                   (local access, via daemon)
> +    xen://example.com/             (remote access, TLS/x509)
> +    xen+tcp://example.com/         (remote access, SASl/Kerberos)
> +    xen+ssh://root example com/    (remote access, SSH tunnelled)
> +    </pre>
>          <h2>
>            <a name="xmlconfig" id="xmlconfig">Example domain XML config</a>
>          </h2>
> diff -r f787e41fb699 docs/drvxen.html.in
> --- a/docs/drvxen.html.in	Tue Jan 27 11:15:48 2009 +0000
> +++ b/docs/drvxen.html.in	Tue Jan 27 11:39:31 2009 +0000
> @@ -44,6 +44,23 @@
>        </li>
>      </ul>
>  
> +    <h2>Connections to Xen driver</h2>
> +
> +    <p>
> +    The libvirt Xen driver is a single-instance privileged driver,
> +    with a driver name of 'xen'. Some example conection URIs for
> +    the libvirt driver are:
> +    </p>
> +
> +    <pre>
> +    xen:///                        (local access, direct)
> +    xen+unix:///                   (local access, via daemon)
> +    xen://example.com/             (remote access, TLS/x509)
> +    xen+tcp://example.com/         (remote access, SASl/Kerberos)
> +    xen+ssh://root example com/    (remote access, SSH tunnelled)
> +    </pre>
> +
> +
>      <h2><a name="xmlconfig">Example domain XML config</a></h2>
>  
>      <p>
> diff -r f787e41fb699 docs/index.html
> --- a/docs/index.html	Tue Jan 27 11:15:48 2009 +0000
> +++ b/docs/index.html	Tue Jan 27 11:39:31 2009 +0000
> @@ -82,6 +82,8 @@
>  	A set of bindings for common languages
>        </li><li>
>  	A <a href="CIM/">CIM provider</a> for the DMTF virtualization schema
> +      </li><li>
> +	A <a href="/qpid/">QMF agent</a> for the AMQP/QPid messaging system
>        </li></ul>
>          <h2>libvirt supports:</h2>
>          <ul><li>
> @@ -96,10 +98,12 @@
>        </li><li>
>  	The <a href="http://openvz.org/";>OpenVZ</a> Linux container system
>        </li><li>
> +	The <a href="http://user-mode-linux.sourceforge.net/";>User Mode Linux</a> paravirtualized kernel
> +      </li><li>
>  	Storage on IDE/SCSI/USB disks, FibreChannel, LVM, iSCSI, NFS and filesystems
>        </li></ul>
>          <h2>libvirt provides:</h2>
> -        <ul><li>Remote management using TLS encryption and x509 certificates</li><li>Remote management authenticating with Kerberos and SASL</li><li>Local access control using PolicyKit</li><li>Zero-conf discovery using Avahi multicast-DNS</li><li>Management of virtual machines, virtual networks and storage</li></ul>
> +        <ul><li>Remote management using TLS encryption and x509 certificates</li><li>Remote management authenticating with Kerberos and SASL</li><li>Local access control using PolicyKit</li><li>Zero-conf discovery using Avahi multicast-DNS</li><li>Management of virtual machines, virtual networks and storage</li><li>Portable client API for Linux, Solaris and Windows</li></ul>
>          <p class="image">
>        <img src="libvirtLogo.png" alt="libvirt Logo" /></p>
>        </div>
> diff -r f787e41fb699 docs/index.html.in
> --- a/docs/index.html.in	Tue Jan 27 11:15:48 2009 +0000
> +++ b/docs/index.html.in	Tue Jan 27 11:39:31 2009 +0000
> @@ -25,6 +25,9 @@
>        <li>
>  	A <a href="CIM/">CIM provider</a> for the DMTF virtualization schema
>        </li>
> +      <li>
> +	A <a href="/qpid/">QMF agent</a> for the AMQP/QPid messaging system
> +      </li>
>      </ul>
>  
>      <h2>libvirt supports:</h2>
> @@ -47,6 +50,9 @@
>  	The <a href="http://openvz.org/";>OpenVZ</a> Linux container system
>        </li>
>        <li>
> +	The <a href="http://user-mode-linux.sourceforge.net/";>User Mode Linux</a> paravirtualized kernel
> +      </li>
> +      <li>
>  	Storage on IDE/SCSI/USB disks, FibreChannel, LVM, iSCSI, NFS and filesystems
>        </li>
>      </ul>
> @@ -59,6 +65,7 @@
>        <li>Local access control using PolicyKit</li>
>        <li>Zero-conf discovery using Avahi multicast-DNS</li>
>        <li>Management of virtual machines, virtual networks and storage</li>
> +      <li>Portable client API for Linux, Solaris and Windows</li>
>      </ul>
>  
>      <p class="image">
> 
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