[libvirt] [PATCHv4 0/3] Xen: Fix <clock> handling
hahn at univention.de
Tue Feb 28 12:42:05 UTC 2012
On Tuesday 14 February 2012 19:07:21 Philipp Hahn wrote:
> Before version 3.1 xen only implemented clock/@offset='utc' and
> 'localtime'. With the introduction of managed domains in 3.1 xend keeps
> track of the rtc_timeoffset, even over reboots. This translates to
> clock/@offset='variable' variant. Be advised that only HV domains have a
> In addition xen also supports a variant where the offset is tracked to
> 'localtime', which is currently not supported by libvirt. To make matters
> worse, this was somehow broken in some versions of xen and was finally
> fixed with version xen-3.4.
> The following patch set ...
> * adds support for handling variable offsets relative to localtime,
> * fixes libvirt to use clock/@offset='variable' for newer xen versions,
> * adapts the test suit accordingly
> I've tested this on CenOS5 (xend-3.0.3 + 3.1.2 hypervisor?), UCS-2.3
> (xen-3.2.1), UCS-2.4 (xen-3.4.3) and UCS-3.0 (xen-4.1.2).
> Since v1:
> + fix handling of direct-PV-domains
> + added handling of localtime=1 + rtc_timeoffset
> + fixed test suite
> Since v2: (on feedback by Eric)
> + add the adjustment='reset' attribute to force the old behaviour
> + handle adjustment='$timeDelta' as a short-cut for the conversion to
> variable. + simplify error path handling
> + update version numbers to 0.9.11
> Since v3:
> + Add missing offset=VARIALE for adjustment='$timeDelta' conversion.
> Philipp Hahn (3):
> Support clock=variable relative to localtime
> Xen: Fix <clock> handling
> Xen: Adapt <clock> tests
@Eric: If I understood your proposal right, v4 should implement your
transition path for xen. In our local tests it worked okay.
Philipp Hahn Open Source Software Engineer hahn at univention.de
Univention GmbH Linux for Your Business fon: +49 421 22 232- 0
Mary-Somerville-Str.1 D-28359 Bremen fax: +49 421 22 232-99
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