On 05/17/2018 10:19 AM, Pavel Hrdina wrote:
Since the required packages seem not to be available on s390x qemu on
s390x is build without the support and the capability is not enabled.
On Thu, May 17, 2018 at 08:30:03AM +0200, Boris Fiuczynski wrote:
On 05/16/2018 06:30 PM, John Ferlan wrote:
On 05/16/2018 11:09 AM, Pavel Hrdina wrote:
On Wed, May 16, 2018 at 10:52:56AM -0400, John Ferlan wrote:
Using a QEMU 2.12 tagged tree build and full build, used:
tests/qemucapsprobe /home/qemu/x86_64-softmmu/qemu-system-x86_64 > \
Signed-off-by: John Ferlan <jfer...@redhat.com>
with recent updates through commit id fe8a0679
I need to finish the work on adding some exact steps or possible docker
image to regenerate capabilities.
But aren't some of the responses better tied to native hardware rather
than virtualized (which I'm assuming a docker image may provide)?
Especially the CPU ones and as seen from the s390x patch on list the
response from qemuMonitorJSONGetKVMState.
I would create a rule that if someone is updating replies files they
should check whether the CPU changes are only because of different host
CPU or whether there is some actual change. In the first case they
should not be part of the patch, it just pollutes the diff with
If we had/used the same, native box for each iteration of the
capabilities files, then sure this probably would be easier unless
someone (other than me ;-)) wants to mock a "fully featured" response.
What we don't want to do is commit the emulated results, which I believe
was done in the last go around - check the s390x results for the
GetKVMState reply (libvirt-7) compared to what's posted upstream from
real hardware yesterday by Shalini.
I also don't think it's "right" to edit whatever CPU response one gets
just because it's run on different hardware just so we can avoid
polluting the diff. Again, back to my previous points - same, native
hardware or better mocking...
Additional note related to the first paragraph, I don't thing that we
need to include "xen" related things in replies since they are not used
by QEMU driver.
I was wondering why those xen* things showed up - perhaps because my
environment included the xen-devel package... After removing, yep those
go away... I could post another version, but it sounds like this isn't
desired anyway - so I won't pursue it too much. Just figured it would
be better to have 2.12 instead of 2.11.90 in the caps/replies that we
store. The details of CPU differences seem to always be a given. We
don't "filter" the initial posting based on it so requiring any update
posted by someone using different hardware would seem to be overkill
especially since it doesn't really seem to matter.
BTW: It also seems spice* type flags/bits only show up in certain
environments - so that perhaps too could be considered for some sort of
mocking. Something that's different between the s390x results posted
upstream as well as the x86_64 results I created.
Isn't the spice capability depending on how the qemu binary was build?
Yes, when running QEMU configure script you can disable/enable spice
using --disable-spice or --enable-spice. If you don't specify anything
about spice the configure script will use pkg-config to figure out
whether you have spice developer libs installed in your system or not.
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