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[Xen-devel] xen domain suspend

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  • From: "jaikumar Ganesh" <jaikumarg@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 9 Mar 2006 14:09:28 -0700
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  I was looking at the details of the domain suspend code...

I was interested in knowing as to how and where does xen decided that
its an opportune time to suspend a domain (say for example the domain
is in the middle of a hypervisor call)

I had a look at the code and came up till the following function:

xfr_vm_suspend  (/tools/xfrd/xfrd.c)  which  calls xfr_send_suspend
which in turn posts a message to the xend server with the suspend

So does the xend server check , whether we can suspend the domain now?


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