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Re: [libvirt] [fedora-virt] qemu 1.1.0 in Rawhide, and planned backport to F17 (was: Re: Upgrading qemu to 1.1 in rawhide)



Here is the output of virsh capabilities.  It seems to make no sense.
But it might indicate that something about detection of the
qemu-kvm-1.1.0 binary fails, so libvirt assumes that it's not working.

Rich.

$ sudo virsh capabilities
<capabilities>

  <host>
    <uuid>2b8c6f80-b15c-11df-9cfd-b727e82cf6bb</uuid>
    <cpu>
      <arch>x86_64</arch>
      <model>Westmere</model>
      <vendor>Intel</vendor>
      <topology sockets='1' cores='2' threads='2'/>
      <feature name='rdtscp'/>
      <feature name='pdcm'/>
      <feature name='xtpr'/>
      <feature name='tm2'/>
      <feature name='est'/>
      <feature name='smx'/>
      <feature name='vmx'/>
      <feature name='ds_cpl'/>
      <feature name='monitor'/>
      <feature name='dtes64'/>
      <feature name='pclmuldq'/>
      <feature name='pbe'/>
      <feature name='tm'/>
      <feature name='ht'/>
      <feature name='ss'/>
      <feature name='acpi'/>
      <feature name='ds'/>
      <feature name='vme'/>
    </cpu>
    <power_management>
      <suspend_mem/>
      <suspend_disk/>
      <suspend_hybrid/>
    </power_management>
    <migration_features>
      <live/>
      <uri_transports>
        <uri_transport>tcp</uri_transport>
      </uri_transports>
    </migration_features>
    <topology>
      <cells num='1'>
        <cell id='0'>
          <cpus num='4'>
            <cpu id='0'/>
            <cpu id='1'/>
            <cpu id='2'/>
            <cpu id='3'/>
          </cpus>
        </cell>
      </cells>
    </topology>
    <secmodel>
      <model>selinux</model>
      <doi>0</doi>
    </secmodel>
  </host>

  <guest>
    <os_type>hvm</os_type>
    <arch name='arm'>
      <wordsize>32</wordsize>
      <emulator>/usr/bin/qemu-system-arm</emulator>
      <machine>integratorcp</machine>
      <machine>collie</machine>
      <machine>nuri</machine>
      <machine>smdkc210</machine>
      <machine>connex</machine>
      <machine>verdex</machine>
      <machine>highbank</machine>
      <machine>mainstone</machine>
      <machine>musicpal</machine>
      <machine>n800</machine>
      <machine>n810</machine>
      <machine>sx1</machine>
      <machine>sx1-v1</machine>
      <machine>cheetah</machine>
      <machine>realview-eb</machine>
      <machine>realview-eb-mpcore</machine>
      <machine>realview-pb-a8</machine>
      <machine>realview-pbx-a9</machine>
      <machine>akita</machine>
      <machine>spitz</machine>
      <machine>borzoi</machine>
      <machine>terrier</machine>
      <machine>lm3s811evb</machine>
      <machine>lm3s6965evb</machine>
      <machine>tosa</machine>
      <machine>versatilepb</machine>
      <machine>versatileab</machine>
      <machine>vexpress-a9</machine>
      <machine>vexpress-a15</machine>
      <machine>xilinx-zynq-a9</machine>
      <machine>z2</machine>
      <domain type='qemu'>
      </domain>
    </arch>
    <features>
      <deviceboot/>
    </features>
  </guest>

  <guest>
    <os_type>hvm</os_type>
    <arch name='mips'>
      <wordsize>32</wordsize>
      <emulator>/usr/bin/qemu-system-mips</emulator>
      <machine>malta</machine>
      <machine>magnum</machine>
      <machine>pica61</machine>
      <machine>mipssim</machine>
      <machine>mips</machine>
      <domain type='qemu'>
      </domain>
    </arch>
    <features>
      <deviceboot/>
    </features>
  </guest>

  <guest>
    <os_type>hvm</os_type>
    <arch name='mipsel'>
      <wordsize>32</wordsize>
      <emulator>/usr/bin/qemu-system-mipsel</emulator>
      <machine>malta</machine>
      <machine>magnum</machine>
      <machine>pica61</machine>
      <machine>mipssim</machine>
      <machine>mips</machine>
      <domain type='qemu'>
      </domain>
    </arch>
    <features>
      <deviceboot/>
    </features>
  </guest>

</capabilities>


-- 
Richard Jones, Virtualization Group, Red Hat http://people.redhat.com/~rjones
virt-top is 'top' for virtual machines.  Tiny program with many
powerful monitoring features, net stats, disk stats, logging, etc.
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