> From: Paolo Bonzini [mailto:pbonz...@redhat.com]
> On 21/09/2016 13:33, Pavel Dovgalyuk wrote:
> > This set of patches includes several fixes for replay and
> > adds network record/replay for network devices. It also makes possible
> > saving/restoring vmstate in replay mode.
> >
> > Record and replay for network interactions is performed with the network 
> > filter.
> > Each backend must have its own instance of the replay filter as follows:
> >  -netdev user,id=net1 -device rtl8139,netdev=net1
> >  -object filter-replay,id=replay,netdev=net1
> >
> > This patches add rrsnapshot option for icount. rrshapshot option creates
> > start snapshot at record and loads it at replay. It allows preserving
> > the state of disk images used by virtual machine. This vm state can also
> > use used to roll back the execution while replaying.
> >
> > This set of patches includes fixes and additions for icount and
> > record/replay implementation:
> >  - VM start/stop in replay mode
> >  - Network interaction record/replay
> >  - overlay option for blkreplay filter
> >  - rrsnapshot option for record/replay
> >  - vmstate fix for integratorcp ARM platform
> >
> > v4 changes:
> >  - Overlay option is removed from blkreplay driver (as suggested by Paolo 
> > Bonzini)
> >  - Minor changes
> >
> > v3 changes:
> >  - Added rrsnapshot option for specifying the initial snapshot name (as 
> > suggested by Paolo
> Bonzini)
> >  - Minor changes
> 
> When you post v5, I suspect it's best if you move patches 5-7 first,
> because those are the ones I'm going to merge myself.

And what about network support (patch 1)?
Nobody has commented it in any of the iterations.

Pavel Dovgalyuk


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