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[Xen-users] Any way to delay a domU reboot?

I'm working with PCI pass-through on my HVM domUs, and I'm running into an 
issue where the reboot of a domU actually happens too fast for the pciback 
module - that is, when the domain restarts under a new ID, the PCI device that 
I'm passing through is actually still seen as in-use, and the domain fails to 
start.  It'd be nice if I could just specify some sort of small delay somewhere 
- 5 seconds would probably be adequate - between the shutdown and the reboot so 
that the pciback module has time to catch up.  Anyone know if this is possible?

I tried wrapping qemu-dm and putting in sleep commands, but I'm left with some 
sort of error where the Xen domain doesn't actually start but qemu-dm is 
running.  Very, very odd.

Thanks, in advance, for any advice!

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