Richard W.M. Jones rjones at redhat.com
Fri Jan 25 09:23:08 UTC 2008

Russ Blaine wrote:
> On Solaris-based xen 3.1.2 I am seeing virDomainGetInfo() often 
> returning VIR_DOMAIN_NOSTATE in dominfo.state for domUs that are powered 
> on and running. What exactly does VIR_DOMAIN_NOSTATE mean? Why does it 
> exist? I suspect it is a catch-all in the API for hosts that don't 
> entirely have their act together, that do not always return a valid 
> guest state. Is that the case?
> Is anyone else seeing this on Xen?

It means that we query xcnd and there is no domain/state part of the 
sexpr for the domain.

What does 'xm list --long' say?


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