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Re: [libvirt] [PATCH] vmware: detect when a domain was shut down from the inside



On Friday 03 February 2012 09:42:29 Matthias Bolte wrote: 
> You changed all lifecycle functions not to rely on possible stale
> information, but you missed to update the cached state information in
> the virDomainObj list resulting in virsh list giving wrong output and
> possibly listing VMs as active that aren't active anymore.
> 
> Maybe you should replace vmwareGetVMStatus with vmwareUpdateVMStatus
> that updates the cached information in a virDomainObj and call it in
> all places that read information from a virDomainObj.
> 
> A more general question: is this driver supposed to work properly when
> someone uses vmrun to alter a VMs behind libvirt's back? If that's the
> case then maybe this driver should not cache anything at all and work
> like the vSphere, Hyper-V or VirtualBox driver. They always query the
> hypervisor for information and cache nothing.
> 
> I'm not sure what's the best approach here.

Hi,

The problem here is that contrary to vSphere, Hyper-V or VirtualBox, I have no 
way to get a list of defined domains as vmrun only lists running domains.
So I think I'll do as you suggested and go for a vmwareUpdateVMStatus
function.

Regards,
Jean-Baptiste

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