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Re: [Xen-users] Xen 4.2.2 /etc/init.d/xendomains save and restore of domains does not work

>  The "Don't parse JSON in shell" concept is why I tried the experiment of 
>changing xendomains over to using xenstore commands instead; it seemed that 
>the majority of the data needed was available there (the state information 
>being the only part missing). This isn't to say that this would be the best 
>method, just that there is an example of another method already in the wild 
>(patch was posted to the user list for anyone interested)

In fact, David, I went back to your patch to take another look (after Ian C's 
last comments) at how the state information was handled because I thought that 
was what you were trying to achieve with the stuff you did, but it seems, as 
you say, it doesn't. As I think xendomains is usable now, I am not intending to 
spend much more time on it, so feel free to take up the case for a re-write.

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