[et-mgmt-tools] Question about two changesets of virt-manager
veillard at redhat.com
Thu Jul 26 07:36:08 UTC 2007
On Thu, Jul 26, 2007 at 02:50:56PM +0900, Masayuki Sunou wrote:
> I notice that the following two changesets were committed to the
> repository of virt-manager today.
> - changeset: Try and force GC of domain objects
> - changeset: Second attempt at forcing release of virDomainPtr objects
> Will you tell me whether these are the fixing for the following bug
> that I issued?
> --> This problem is not found when I test it today.
Yes, that could cause that kind of problem. Basically the deallocation
within libvirt was dependant on Python garbage collector deallocation of the
unreferenced Python object for the domain, and sometimes this wasn't done
before a new domain with the same name was created again, leading to clash
between libvirt internal cache for the old but still present domain object
and the new one being created.
I think this bug has been around nearly forever, taking different shape
from an user perspective depending on the situation, and 246198 looks very
much like one of those.
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