[fedora-virt] handling guest-service dependencies at boot time elegantly?

Bill McGonigle bill at bfccomputing.com
Tue Jun 16 03:41:02 UTC 2009

On 06/12/2009 02:41 AM, Chris Lalancette wrote:
> If I were going to do this, I'd write a very small daemon to run in the dom0
> that just listens to a couple of ports.  ...   Inside the nexenta
> guest, you just have a simple "nc" command that connects to the dom0 once it is
> booted, and acts like a "I'm ready" command.

This is a great idea.  I'll put it in my queue, maybe with some 
trivially-signed messages, so I can keep it on one port.


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