[virt-tools-list] [PATCH] virtinst: Add NUMA distance support

Cole Robinson crobinso at redhat.com
Tue Jan 30 16:21:44 UTC 2018

On 01/29/2018 06:23 AM, Menno Lageman wrote:
> On 26-01-18 20:50, Cole Robinson wrote:
>> I've attached an updated patch that applies to master. Has the updated
>> cli format, drops the validation stuff, and the man page bits too since
>> I intended that to just be an example of the numbered cellX selection
>> stuff, hopefully people can figure out sibling format based on that and
>> '--cpu help' output
>> The new format is very wordy but I'd rather start here and come up with
>> an additive shortcut method if we think it's necessary. The new format
>> is like;
>> cell0.distances.sibling0.id=0,cell0.distances.sibling0.value=10,\
>> cell0.distances.sibling1.id=1,cell0.distances.sibling1.value=21,\
>> cell1.distances.sibling0.id=0,cell1.distances.sibling0.value=21,\
>> cell1.distances.sibling1.id=1,cell1.distances.sibling1.value=10,\
>> If you are fine with this patch I'll push it. Otherwise feel free to
>> change and resubmit
>> Thanks,
>> Cole
> Hi Cole,
> though not entirely thrilled by the very wordy format, I'm fine with
> this patch as a starting point.
> There is a sentence from the original patch in the commit message that's
> no longer applicable: "NUMA distances can be specified when configuring
> NUMA cells by adding one or more <cell:distance> pairs for each NUMA
> cell, defining the distance from the cell to itself and to the other
> NUMA cells.".

Thanks, I dropped that from the commit message, and pushed

- Cole

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