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Re: [Xen-devel] [PATCH] (resent) NUMA node migration

On Fri, Dec 21, 2007 at 11:39:58PM +0100, Andre Przywara wrote:
> forgot my signed-off, thus resent...
> the following patch adds NUMA node migration based on live migration to
> xend. By adding another parameter to "xm migrate" the target NUMA node
> number gets propagated to the target host (can be both localhost or a
> remote host). The restore function then sets the VCPU affinity
> accordingly. Only changes Python code in xend. I hope that the patch
> doesn't break XenAPI compatibility (adding a parameter seems fine?).
> # xm migrate --live --node=<nodenr> <domid> localhost
> <nodenr> is the number as shown with 'xm info' under node_to_cpu
> I am aware that using live migration isn't the best approach (takes
> twice the memory and quite some time), but it's less intrusive and works
> fine (given localhost migration stability...)
> Feedback appreciated, especially since I speak Python since Monday...

Rather than using '-1' to indiciate no pinning, it is more common
python practice to use None, which indicates no value. Other than
that it looks reasonable

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