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Re: [libvirt] [PATCH] fix the failure of nodedev-reattach caused by the variables from nodedev-attach

On 07/01/2011 11:30 PM, ghostwcy wrote:
At 2011-7-1 18:24, Guannan Ren write:
the "virsh nodedev-reattch" command could return successfully, but the pci device is still bound to pci-stub driver. The reason is noddev-reattach trys to use the variables set by nodedev-dettach commands. Becuase these variables is not persistent, this is not we expected.
the patch try to fix it.

I do not agree with this patch. You should read this mail:

This patch will cause regression about hotpluging host pci device.

I think the problem is that: the init value of these variables is wrong.
We can fix this bug by modifing pciGetDevice() or its caller.

I read the patch, it introduced the mechanism to check whether the device is bound to pci-stub when we write dev-id to new_id if a new device with this ID is hotpluggged, or if a probe is triggered for such a device, I think my patch kept it working.
       The overall idea is as follows:
            If the device is already bound to pci-stub, then do nothing.
If not, try to write dev-id to "new_id", then check the state of its driver(hotplug issue)
            Unbind from its original driver , then bind to pci-stub driver
Anyway, we should write dev-id to "remove_id" to protect the device from causing
                 problems when reattaching it.
About fixing the problem from pciGetDevice(), unless we feedback the state of pci device to
   libvirtd  but I don't think it is easier.

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