Nick Anderson wrote on Tue, 13 May 2008 12:56:04 -0500:
> I guess it does not exactly tell you which domain it belongs to though
Indeed, and it lists information that doesn't fit at all. :-(
For instance, xm list shows two DomUs, vm1 and vm2. vm1 is running, vm2 is
not. xenstore-ls |grep params shows only params = "/dev/xenvm/vm1", the
information for the running vm. However, if I grep in the output for vm2
or vm3 or vm4 it finds something for them as well. This means, I can get
this information from xenstore-ls only for running domains and at the same
time it contains information for DomU that don't exist at all (they did,
but were removed).
Nevertheless, thanks for the params grep. I had tried some, but had
overlooked that. It may be useful at least sometimes.
Kai Schätzl, Berlin, Germany
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