[libvirt] [PATCH v2] bhyve: implement domainShutdown

Cole Robinson crobinso at redhat.com
Wed May 4 14:55:58 UTC 2016

On 04/24/2016 02:11 PM, Roman Bogorodskiy wrote:
> Bhyve supports ACPI shutdown by issuing SIGTERM signal to the bhyve
> process. Add the bhyveDomainShutdown() function and
> virBhyveProcessShutdown() helper function that just sends SIGTERM to
> VM's bhyve process. If a guest supports ACPI shutdown then process
> will be terminated and this event will be noticed by the bhyve monitor
> code that will handle setting proper status and clean up VM's resources.
> Also, remove usage of virProcessKillPainfully() from domainDestroy.
> First, it sends SIGTERM to the process that actually triggers ACPI reset

do you mean 'ACPI shutdown' here? That's what it says in the below comments

> and that's not we want to do. Second, we're doing bhyvectl --destroy
> later and it kills bhyve process, so there's no need to manually kill
> it.

This seems like two distinct changes, please send as two patches and I'll review

One general comment: what handles the equivalent of bhyveNetCleanup for
graceful VM shutdown? The bhyve process itself?


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