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Re: [libvirt] [bug] State of "in shutdown".



Well, I write a script to catch the state of VM from "running" to "shut off".
Ok, there is a short time before shutoff, VM is "in shutdown".

So, please ignore my report. :)

On 09/17/2013 02:02 PM, Dongsheng Yang wrote:
Hi experts:
    I got the following description by <man virsh>:
    ```
    STATES

    shutdown
The domain is in the process of shutting down, i.e. the guest
    operating system has been notified and should be in the process of
    stopping its operations gracefully.
    ```
But I found the state of VM is "running" even when it is in process of shutting down.

e.g:
# virsh list
 Id    Name                           State
----------------------------------------------------
 41    virt-tests-vm1                 running
# virsh shutdown virt-tests-vm1;echo $?;virsh domstate virt-tests-vm1 --reason
Domain virt-tests-vm1 is being shutdown

0
running (booted)
# virsh domstate virt-tests-vm1 --reason
running (booted)
... ...
# virsh domstate virt-tests-vm1 --reason
shut off (shutdown)

As shown above, I can not get a "shutdown" (or "in shutdown") for the VM state.
Do you think it is a bug, or something not good enough?

Wish your help!!



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