I may not have described it clearly.
i need to ensure the order of adding port to bridge and deleting from bridge.
i rename tap device to avoid the problem in my first patch.i think it can solve the problem.
my second patch may can't resolve the problem .
Do you have any better ideas?
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E: lu zhipeng zte com cn
On Mon, May 08, 2017 at 05:18:17PM +0800, lu zhipeng zte com cn wrote:
＞ ＞This fix won't work correctly either. You cannot assume that libvirt has
＞ ＞control over when the QEMU process exits. It may exit itself *before*
＞ ＞libvirt runs any of its cleanup code.
＞ I don't think there's a problem. Although libvirt does not runs cleanup
＞ code .but tap devices don't exist when when the QEMU process exits.
That still does not make sense. There is no difference in the way tap devices
are cleaned up whether QEMU exits "normally" on its own, or when libvirt kills
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