[et-mgmt-tools] [RFC]Re: [libvirt] [RFC][PATCH] virt-manager calls migration API
Daniel P. Berrange
berrange at redhat.com
Fri Sep 19 10:07:27 UTC 2008
On Fri, Sep 19, 2008 at 06:43:37PM +0900, S.Sakamoto wrote:
> > > You probably want to send this to et-mgmt-list, which is where virt-manager
> > > development happens,
> > OK. For this, I tried to hear in et-mgmt-list.
> I'm sorry to be pressing, but would you give me a comment on this patch for
> going on the next step to migrate from virt-manager ?
> I attached screenshots this patch shows.
I think rather than having it popup a new window with a list of hosts to
migrate to, you could just have a sub-menu where you choose the destination
Migrate ----> host1.example.com
When the user selects one of these hosts, it'd popup a confirmation
window, and do the neccessary migration checks, and then allow the
admin to confirm to start the migration.
> > > I sent an e-mail last month with proposals for doing this within libvirt. I put
> > > up all of the information I have in the libvirt wiki here:
> > >
> > > http://wiki.libvirt.org/page/TodoPreMigrationChecks
> > Thank you for your information. I see above libvirt wiki and I have a few
> > idea adding checks within libvirt. These point of view are Guest and Host sanity
> > in BASIC CHECKS. How about this points ?
> > 1)Guest sanity is checking whether already existing or not on the destination.
> > Otherwise the uniqueness of the domain(UUID, name) are lost.
> > * I think that it is right to check this in libvirt. How do you think this ?
Yes, checking for name/uuid uniqueness has to be done inside libvirt by
each hypervisor driver according to their own rules.
> > 2)Host sanity is checking whether a migration flag is ON at each virtualization.
virt-manager will need to check the kind of things on the TodoPreMigrationChecks
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