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Re: [Xen-users] kernel module responsible for a graceful shutdown in a HVM guest


2011/10/28 Bart Coninckx <bart.coninckx@xxxxxxxxxx>:
> Hi,
> I'm running an Ubuntu HVM on a SLES Dom0 and an xm shutdown just destroys
> the HVM DomU.
> I figured out from googling that I need to recompile the kernel to have the
> Xen PV drivers included, but what exact driver/module is responsible for the
> clean shutdown?
> I'm expecting some "why don't you use PV's", so I better say now already
> that I do understand that a PV DomU would fix this, but we simply need HVM,

I'll save you that comment, I've gone through the same with FreeBSD domUs. :)

xm trigger domU-ID power

should send an ACPI Power Button event to the domU.
You might point out that this isn't called by the xendomains script.
That's correct and I cannot explain it because when I think about it I
always start


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