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Re: [Xen-devel] xenstore documentation

  • To: harry <harry@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, xen-devel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • From: Jacob Gorm Hansen <jacobg@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 4 Oct 2005 14:56:11 +0200
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(longing for the days when all one had to do was poke a few values in /proc/xen)

On 10/4/05, harry <harry@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> > Looking at the current code, it looks like 
> > domainpath/backend/device_class/frontend_uuid/device_id/transaction_stuff_here
> > for the back-end and and
> > domainpath/device_id/transaction_stuff_here
> > for the front-end.

Hmm why does the backend need to deal with the uuid, I thought that
was solely for the tools? So to recap, I have to:

- introduce dom0 to xenstore, with prefix=/local/domain/0
- mkdir /local/domain/0/backend
- mkdir /local/domain/0/device

And that will trigger the blkback-probe? Sorry if I am sounding
confused, but I am fairly confident this stuff is more complex than it
needs to be.


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