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Re: [libvirt] [PATCH v2] libvirt: xen: do not use ioemu type for any emulated NIC

On 2012年04月17日 04:17, Eric Blake wrote:
[adding direct cc to Osier]

On 04/16/2012 01:58 PM, Cole Robinson wrote:
Rebasing to HEAD made things rather worse... now 3 checks are failing (without
my patch)...

Might be something simple like missing a build dep. Try getting some debug
output from the tests and it might be clear. If it isn't something simple, I
can give your patch a spin.

- Cole

So the initial failure turned out to be a missing libsasl2-dev. The other two
are new after the rebase:

TEST: xml2vmxtest
31) VMware XML-2-VMX esx-in-the-wild-2 ->  esx-in-the-wild-2
@@ -7,7 +7,6 @@
  memsize = "1000"
  sched.mem.max = "118"
  numvcpus = "4"
-sched.cpu.affinity = "0,1,2,5,6,7"
  scsi0.present = "true"
  scsi0.virtualDev = "lsilogic"
  scsi1.present = "true"
32) VMware XML-2-VMX esx-in-the-wild-3 ->  esx-in-the-wild-3
@@ -6,7 +6,6 @@
  displayName = "virtDebian2"
  memsize = "1024"
  numvcpus = "2"
-sched.cpu.affinity = "0,3,4,5"
  scsi0.present = "true"
  scsi0.virtualDev = "lsilogic"
  scsi0:0.present = "true"
PASS: test_conf.sh
--- exp 2012-04-16 17:27:09.672832070 +0000
+++ out 2012-04-16 17:27:09.672832070 +0000
@@ -1,3 +1,3 @@
  error: Failed to define domain from xml-invalid
-error: internal error topology cpuset syntax error
+error: operation failed: domain 'test' already exists with uuid
FAIL: cpuset

All three go away when I revert the following patch:

commit 8fb2164cfff35ce0b87f1d513a0f3ca5111d7880
Author: Osier Yang<jyang redhat com>
Date:   Wed Apr 11 22:40:33 2012 +0800

     numad: Ignore cpuset if placement is auto

Yes, I independently hit the same problem and conclusion this morning.

So I would think I can call my patch tested now. ;)

Cool, thanks for checking. ACK to the original patch.

Osier, looks like that patch caused some test fallout?

Oops, yes.

Daniel and I were discussing it on IRC, although I haven't yet tried
patching anything:

[09:30]	danpb1	eblake: (04:03:19 PM) eblake: +error: operation failed:
domain 'test' already exists with uuid 88cb9633-8015-4624-a258-2a3cb9700ad0
[09:31]	danpb1	eblake: the fact that we see that error message suggest a
pre-existing bug in the test suite - the XML being used to define the
test domain is missing a UUID
[09:31]	danpb1	eblake: so the 2 repeated defines get different
auto-generated UUIDs&  thus violate the uniqueness check
[09:31]	danpb1	eblake: i expect if you fixed that problem, then you'd
now see the 'define' operation actually suceed

Not true, there is UUID in the dumped xml:

# for i in {1..3}; do ./tools/virsh --connect test:///default \
  dumpxml test | grep uuid; done

It outputs different UUID each time. I'm going to fix this first.

[09:32]	eblake	but since the test expects a topology syntax error, what
changed to make it no longer an error?
[09:33]	eblake	and thus exposing the latent bug in the uuid usage
[09:33]	danpb1	oh sure, it sounds like we still have a bug in changed
[09:34]	danpb1	eblake: + if (def->placement_mode ==
[09:34]	danpb1	that line means we now don't ever parse the placement XML
and so won't see the bogus data
[09:35]	danpb1	since the default value is PLACEMENT_MODE_DEFAULT instead
[09:35]	danpb1	we need to treat DEFAULT + STATIC in the same way in the
[09:36]	eblake	DEFAULT is primarily useful for where there is a
difference in the XML between omitting something and explicitly
requesting STATIC
[09:36]	eblake	but if we want to always default to STATIC, maybe we
could just trim the enum to get rid of DEFAULT and make STATIC == 0

[09:37]	danpb1	i guess the intent was that we don't suddenly fill all
existing XML with a new attribute

Yes, that was the intent, "static" when "cpuset" is specified manually,
and "default" for "cpuset" is not specified.

[09:38]	eblake	in which case, default (for omitted) vs. static
(explicit, don't lose what the user had) makes sense
[09:38]	eblake	but then I agree that we need to handle both modes the
same when deciding what else to parse

I will post a patch soon after the uuid problem of test driver,
to treat "default" and "static" the same (not to parse cpuset).


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