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[Xen-devel] Xen API/libvirt & Remote

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From: "John Anderson" <johnha@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 2 Aug 2006 16:28:37 -0700
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I’ve been reading through the Xen API wiki page and it’s associated PDF, as well as checking out libvirt for a solution to remotely manage xend daemons.  Unless I missed something, it seems both the Xen API and libvirt only make xml-rpc calls to a local xend daemon.  Is this true or am I way off base?


If the Xen API & libvirt can only connect to a local xend daemon, are there any alternatives short of providing your own transport (i.e. ssh/telnet to invoke the command locally) ?



Any suggestions would be appreciated.




John A.

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