Le Jeudi 03 Août 2006 13:10, Akio Takebe a écrit :
> Hi, John and Tristan and Everyone
> Thank you for your comments.
> >Le Jeudi 03 Ao� 2006 02:26, John Levon a 馗rit :
> >> On Thu, Aug 03, 2006 at 09:18:23AM +0900, Akio Takebe wrote:
> >> > This patch is sample patch.
> >> > I make "xm dump" command with dom0_ops.
> >> > xc_domain_dump() only call __domain_crash().
> >> It would be /much/ more useful to be able to make it dump without taking
> >> down the domain (just pause it, take the crash dump, then let it
> >> continue).
> >Yes, I think so too.
> >Akio you have implemented 'xm crash'! But the feature is useful too.
> Yes, Live dump feature is also useful.
> My "xm dump" is "xm crash" as Tristan said.
> I think it is better that we make both live dump and panic dump option.
> How about the below?
> In the case of live dump
> xm dump -l domU
> For example, live dump option is used when domU kernel is santy
> and applications are not sanity.
> In the case of panic dump
> xm dump domU or
> xm dump -p domU ( -p is default)
> For example panic dump option is used when domU kernel is hungup,
> and we want to reboot and make coredump atomatically.
I'd prefer 'xm crash' (or 'xm panic') and 'xm dump' .
I'd prefer 'xm dump' *not* to panic by default. It is too dangerous.
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