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Re: [Qemu-devel] KVM call agenda for Tuesday, June 19th
Re: [Qemu-devel] KVM call agenda for Tuesday, June 19th
Tue, 19 Jun 2012 15:54:23 +0200
Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/24.0.97 (gnu/linux)
Juan Quintela <address@hidden> wrote:
> Please send in any agenda items you are interested in covering.
> Anthony suggested for last week:
> - multithreading vhost (and general vhost improvements)
> I suggest:
> - status of migration: post-copy, IDL, XBRLE, huge memory, ...
> Will send an email with an status before tomorrow call.
XBRLE: v12 is coming today or so.
This three patches should be a no-brainer (just refactoring code).
1st one is shared with postcopy.
[PATCH v11 1/9] Add MigrationParams structure
[PATCH v11 5/9] Add uleb encoding/decoding functions
[PATCH v11 6/9] Add save_block_hdr function
This ones can be be the ones that we can discuss.
[PATCH v11 2/9] Add migration capabilites
[PATCH v11 3/9] Add XBZRLE documentation
[PATCH v11 4/9] Add cache handling functions
[PATCH v11 7/9] Add XBZRLE to ram_save_block and ram_save_live
[PATCH v11 8/9] Add set_cachesize command
Postcopy: This is just refactoring that can be integrated.
[PATCH v2 01/41] arch_init: export sort_ram_list() and ram_save_block()
[PATCH v2 02/41] arch_init: export RAM_SAVE_xxx flags for postcopy
[PATCH v2 03/41] arch_init/ram_save: introduce constant for ram save version = 4
[PATCH v2 04/41] arch_init: refactor host_from_stream_offset()
[PATCH v2 05/41] arch_init/ram_save_live: factor out RAM_SAVE_FLAG_MEM_SIZE case
[PATCH v2 06/41] arch_init: refactor ram_save_block()
[PATCH v2 07/41] arch_init/ram_save_live: factor out ram_save_limit
[PATCH v2 08/41] arch_init/ram_load: refactor ram_load
[PATCH v2 09/41] arch_init: introduce helper function to find ram block with id
[PATCH v2 10/41] arch_init: simplify a bit by ram_find_block()
[PATCH v2 11/41] arch_init: factor out counting transferred bytes
[PATCH v2 12/41] arch_init: factor out setting last_block, last_offset
[PATCH v2 13/41] exec.c: factor out qemu_get_ram_ptr()
[PATCH v2 14/41] exec.c: export last_ram_offset()
[PATCH v2 15/41] savevm: export qemu_peek_buffer, qemu_peek_byte, qemu_file_skip
[PATCH v2 16/41] savevm: qemu_pending_size() to return pending buffered size
[PATCH v2 17/41] savevm, buffered_file: introduce method to drain buffer of
[PATCH v2 18/41] QEMUFile: add qemu_file_fd() for later use
[PATCH v2 19/41] savevm/QEMUFile: drop qemu_stdio_fd
[PATCH v2 20/41] savevm/QEMUFileSocket: drop duplicated member fd
[PATCH v2 21/41] savevm: rename QEMUFileSocket to QEMUFileFD, socket_close to
[PATCH v2 22/41] savevm/QEMUFile: introduce qemu_fopen_fd
[PATCH v2 23/41] migration.c: remove redundant line in migrate_init()
[PATCH v2 24/41] migration: export migrate_fd_completed() and
[PATCH v2 25/41] migration: factor out parameters into MigrationParams
[PATCH v2 26/41] buffered_file: factor out buffer management logic
[PATCH v2 27/41] buffered_file: Introduce QEMUFileNonblock for nonblock write
[PATCH v2 28/41] buffered_file: add qemu_file to read/write to buffer in memory
This is postcopy properly. From this one, postcopy needs to be the
things addressed on previous review, and from there probably (at least)
another review. Thing to have in account is that the umem (or whatever
you want to call it), should be able to work over RDMA. Anyone that
knows anything about RDMA to comment on this?
[PATCH v2 29/41] umem.h: import Linux umem.h
[PATCH v2 30/41] update-linux-headers.sh: teach umem.h to
[PATCH v2 31/41] configure: add CONFIG_POSTCOPY option
[PATCH v2 32/41] savevm: add new section that is used by postcopy
[PATCH v2 33/41] postcopy: introduce -postcopy and -postcopy-flags option
[PATCH v2 34/41] postcopy outgoing: add -p and -n option to migrate command
[PATCH v2 35/41] postcopy: introduce helper functions for postcopy
[PATCH v2 36/41] postcopy: implement incoming part of postcopy live migration
[PATCH v2 37/41] postcopy: implement outgoing part of postcopy live migration
[PATCH v2 38/41] postcopy/outgoing: add forward, backward option to specify the
size of prefault
[PATCH v2 39/41] postcopy/outgoing: implement prefault
[PATCH v2 40/41] migrate: add -m (movebg) option to migrate command
[PATCH v2 41/41] migration/postcopy: add movebg mode
Huge memory migration.
This ones should be trivial, and integrated.
[PATCH 1/7] Add spent time for migration
[PATCH 2/7] Add tracepoints for savevm section start/end
[PATCH 3/7] No need to iterate if we already are over the limit
[PATCH 4/7] Only TCG needs TLB handling
[PATCH 5/7] Only calculate expected_time for stage 2
This one is also trivial, but Anthony on previous reviews wanted to have
migration-thread before we integrated this one.
[PATCH 6/7] Exit loop if we have been there too long
This one, Anthony wanted a different approach improving bitmap
handling. Not done yet.
[PATCH 7/7] Maintaing number of dirty pages
IDL patchset. I am not against generating the VMState information, but
I am trying to understand how the patch works. Notice that I don't grok
Python, this is is one of the reasos it is taking long.
This was one of the 1st things that catched my eyes, that we have to
hack fields for the 1st example looks bad, but I haven't really go
through all the patchset.
+def vmstate_field_hacks(node, field):
+ # yes, this is gonna get hairy. may want to move to a seperate file at
+ # some point
+ if node.has_key('typedef') and node['typedef'] == 'RTCState':
+ if field['type'] == 'struct tm':
+ vms_field += mcgen('''
- My plan would be to integrate the patches that I marked as ready on a
tree, ask for a pull, and that the other migration people developed
againts that tree, that way we can "integrate" the bits that are getting
ready without stepping on the toes of everybody else.
What do you think?