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Re: [libvirt] Test results (was: Re: Valid characters in domain names?)



A few more:

*** <name>&quot;</name> ***
 
virsh define - OK
virsh list - OK
virsh start - FAILED
virt-viewer - n/a
virt-df - see below
virsh destroy - n/a
virt-list-filesystems - OK

I'm fairly sure this is not a shell error:

  $ sudo virsh start \"
  error: missing "

https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=639983

virt-df is fine, but virt-df --csv doesn't properly quote the output.

https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=639986

*** <name>;</name> ***
 
virsh define - OK
virsh list - OK
virsh start - FAILED
virt-viewer - n/a
virt-df - OK
virsh destroy - n/a
virt-list-filesystems - OK

I'm fairly sure this is not a shell error:

  $ sudo virsh start \;
  error: command 'start' requires <domain> option
  $ sudo virsh start ';'
  error: command 'start' requires <domain> option

I thought it might be a problem with sudo, so I also tried:

  $ su
  # virsh start ';'
  error: command 'start' requires <domain> option

https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=639987

*** <name>\</name> ***
 
virsh define - OK
virsh list - OK
virsh start - OK
virt-viewer - OK
virt-df - OK
virsh destroy - OK
virt-list-filesystems - OK

*** <name>|</name> ***
 
virsh define - OK
virsh list - OK
virsh start - OK
virt-viewer - OK
virt-df - OK
virsh destroy - OK
virt-list-filesystems - OK

Rich.

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