Hi David, thanks for your reply.
2011/4/23 David Markey <ad...@dmarkey.com>:
> ACPI shutdown can be done via the QEMU process.
> It should be listening on a control pipe where you can tell it to shutdown.
I don't really understand that:
If you do a xm shutdown <domU> then I'm quite sure that Xen does send
the right commands to a PV/HVM domU or is it in fact not something
FreeBSD specific and doesn't work for any guest OS on HVM domU?
I remember that i.e. the windows GPLPV drivers have a device driver
that is used to trigger the VM shutdown.
So I'd think this is an issue where I gotta do something on the domU side.
But maybe we're talking different things :))
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