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Re: [libvirt] [Sheepdog][Libvirt]How should i test sheepdog in libvirt



At Sun, 27 Jan 2013 01:11:25 +0800,
harryxiyou wrote:
> 
> Hi Morita,
> 
> I just wanna test if sheepdog works well in libvirt. I am not sure if
> i can only use
> libvirt environment to finish this test? Or maybe i should also set up
> QEMU/Sheepdog/Openstack environment, right? I have done following jobs.
> 
> 1, git clone git://libvirt.org/libvirt.git
> 2, cd libvirt
> 3, git reset --hard v0.9.13
> 4, ./autogen.sh && make
> 
> NOTE:    Step 3 just call back to libvirt version 0.9.13, which you,
> Morita, patched
>                for Libvirt at around this version.
>               (Your patch is here
> http://libvirt.org/git/?p=libvirt.git;a=commitdiff;h=036ad5052b43fe9f0d197e89fd16715950408e1d)
>                I just wanna study the original patch for libvirt.
> 
> After step 4, if i can use tool virsh(under libvirt/tools dir) to test
> sheepdog driver?
> Therefore, i am not sure how i should use tool virsh to test if Sheepdog driver
> works well in libvirt. If i can finish this test only with libvirt
> ENV.?(Or also should
> set up QEMU/Sheepdog/Openstack environment) How should i do next step?

I wrote a minimum guide to use sheepdog volumes from virsh.  Hope it
would help you:
https://github.com/collie/sheepdog/wiki/Libvirt

libvirt-list is a place for discussions about the development of
libvirt.  I guess libvirt-users is a better place for you.

Thanks,

Kazutaka


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