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[Xen-devel] Re: Re-initalize frontend

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  • From: Asim <linkasim@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 31 Aug 2008 21:25:32 -0500
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I realize that on restore the pci front loses sync with the backend, I
tried to register the frontend with the new backend using
xend_register_frontend() call but it did not work. If any one has any
ideas on this - kindly let me know.


On 8/31/08, Asim <linkasim@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi,
> When the xen domU is restored, I would like to have the pcifrontend
> re-initalized.
> I would like it to re-register with the backend and probably have its
> device pointer (pdev) changed. Any ideas and where and how I could do
> this?
> Can this be done via a simple call to pcifront_init after
> unregistering the previous front end?
> Regards,
> Asim

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