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Re: [Xen-devel] [PATCH v2 0/9] tools: Allow HVM domains emulated access to disks provided by hotplug scripts

On 23/03/16 10:10, Roger Pau Monné wrote:
> On Mon, 21 Mar 2016, George Dunlap wrote:
>> In order for HVM domains to provide emulated access to disks provided
>> by hotplug scripts, qemu needs access to a "cooked" version of the
>> disk.  In the case of hotplug scripts, this "cooked" version is
>> available in the form of a block device passed to blkback.  Make this
>> "cooked" version available to qemu.
>> This series also starts to work towards a rationalized interface to
>> the block hotplug scripts, on which hotplug scripts for FreeBSD can be
>> added.
>> Changes since v1:
>> - Split one of the patches into two
>> George Dunlap (8):
>>   tools/hotplug: Add a "dummy" hotplug script for testing
>>   libxl: Remove redundant setting of phyical-device
>>   tools/hotplug: Write physical-device-path in addition to
>>     physical-device
>>   libxl: Move check for local access to a funciton
>>   libxl: Rearrange qemu upstream disk argument code
>>   libxl: Share logic for finding path between qemuu and pygrub
>>   libxl: Allow local access for block devices with hotplug scripts
>>   docs: Document block-script protocol
>> Ian Jackson (1):
>>   DO NOT APPLY libxl: Change hotplug script interface to use
>>     physical-device-path
> Hello,
> Is this available in some git repo? It would be easier for me to rebase my 
> FreeBSD hotplug series on top of it, but if not I can pick the patches 
> myself from the mailing list.

I've pushed it here:


NB this has the fix to patch 6 as well.


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