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Re: [libvirt] [PATCH 0/2] Network: Add TXT record and hosts support for DNS on virtual network

> On Wed, Mar 30, 2011 at 02:57:10PM +0200, Michal Novotny wrote:
>> Hi,
>> this is the patch to introduce the TXT record support for the DNS
>> service on the virtual network. This can be defined using the
>> txt-record subelement in the dns element of the network XML
>> description.
>> First patch is adding TXT record support to the DNS service on
>> the virtual network and the second patch is adding support for
>> defining hosts for the DNS service.
>> The new definition syntax is:
>>           <dns>
>>             <txt-record name="example name" value="example value" />
>>             <host ip=''>
>>               <hostname>gateway</hostname>
>>               <hostname>host</hostname>
>>             </host>
>>           </dns>
>> Where multiple host elements can be defined to put the aliases
>> for specified IP addresses.
>> The patch series has been tested for the configuration and it
>> was working fine and also RelaxNG schema with the tests have
>> been both altered to add test cases to test those patches.
>> Both of the patches passed make, syntax checking and all the
>> tests.
>   Principle sounds fine but let's defer this to after 0.9.0, :)
> Daniel
Oh, do you mean we not only put this to version after 0.9.0 but also we
add some new things to this as well?

Is my patch good for this and will we just merge it to "after 0.9.0"
version or should we rewrite it entirely once it's OK? Since I don't
work in libvirt team maybe I won't be working on this one (unless
somebody ask me to do it) so based on this fact I'm not primarily
working in the libvirt team I may not know about whether work on this
one is on or not so maybe it's good if you ask me to work on this when
it's on or lead the assigned engineer to ask me about this.


Michal Novotny <minovotn redhat com>, RHCE
Virtualization Team (xen userspace), Red Hat

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