On Tue, Aug 02, 2005 at 02:17:00PM +0100, Mark Williamson wrote:
> > > sched-list might be useful to also expose the current
> > > scheduler, and provide a graceful failure message if you try
> > > to run a command for the wrong one.
> > Yep. I think (hope?) 'xm info' reports this.
> Not last time I checked. There is a dom0 op that gets the current sched ID
> (although not a textual name, so some kind of mapping needs to be done). I
> guess this could either be rolled into the info ops, or extended in place.
> Either makes sense.
It isn't in xm info today. It could be added, or given it's own place.
Honestly, it might make sense to make all the sched commands have a sched-
prefix, mostly to make it clear to the user what bvt really is.
Sean Dague Mid-Hudson Valley
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