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Re: [libvirt] (how much) support for kqemu domain



On 06/06/2011 02:19 PM, John Lumby wrote:
> Hello Eric.
> 
> I am fairly sure I remember *someone* saying they had integrated a
> modified version of the fix into libvirt but can't find any email saying
> so now.     Maybe Daniel?      On a very quick look at 0.9.2 source,    
> it *appears* to have been implemented in qemu_command.c  (but I didn't
> verify running it).

Thanks for your reply; I see it in the current sources as well.  Looks
like commit 6e44ec7a was the winner.

Oh well, a bit more digging and I could have spared wasting time on
email.  :)

>>> +    else if (disableKQEMU == -1) {
>>> +        ADD_ARG_LIT("-enable-kqemu");
>>> +        ADD_ARG_LIT("-kernel-kqemu");

The code uses a new variable enableKQEMU, as a nicer spelling than
overloading disableKQEMU into a tri-state with double-negative
interpretation.

-- 
Eric Blake   eblake redhat com    +1-801-349-2682
Libvirt virtualization library http://libvirt.org

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