On 6/4/05, Andrew Thompson <andrewkt@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Ian Pratt wrote:
> >>Is there a command which returns the version of Xen runing
> >>(i.e. 2.0.5, 3.0-devel), similar to the uname(1) command? At
> >>first I thought "xm info" would provide it, but that doesn't
> >>appear to be the case. Using "xm dmesg" one can see the
> >>version banner from Xen's message buffer, but isn't possible
> >>the message buffer could wrap or be cleared?
> > It's on the 'todo' list to add to 'xm info'. Patches welcome :-)
Ian, is this what you named "xm --version" in todo list? if not, what
it is? (so vague!
> I'm 100% new to python, but I've figured out where to add code to make
> this show up in xm info. (Already tested with dummy data.)
> Can anyone tell me what object or function I could squeeze to get the
> Xen version number?
it is not that trivial. you must hack up here and there... for
example, it is necessary to extend python wrapper for this.
> Also, what should the label be called? I started with "xenversion", but
> wasn't sure if it should be xen or xend.
no, xen and xend are different things: xen is hypervisor, and xend is daemon.
btw, i am hacking this, and almost done. will post a patch soon.
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