[Libvir] PATCH 0/20: Re-factor libvirtd / QEMU driver
Daniel P. Berrange
berrange at redhat.com
Wed Jun 27 00:03:01 UTC 2007
On Fri, Jun 22, 2007 at 02:34:05AM +0100, Daniel P. Berrange wrote:
> The work to refactor the QEMU driver to use the regular libvirt driver API
> is now complete. The next 20 (!) patches provide fairly fine-grained steps
> refactoring the code. Aside from that which adds an event loop, and the
> very last one, they should all be pretty much straightforward refactoring
> with no functional change.
> With this patch series fully applied there is now only a single daemon
> which can serve both remote & QEMU drivers in one go, with no deadlock
All of this patch series with the exception of the one about the logging
API is now committed to CVS. As a temporary hack,the loggin stuff is
replaced by a simple fprintf, until we can decide what todo about it.
The two known broken things I need to address tomorrow:
- The network driver won't work for non-QEMU local access eg Xen.
It will work for QEMU, or Xen via the remote daemon
- The daemon for handling QEMU session connections doesn't autospawn.
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