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[Xen-tools] Confirm remaining xm interface changes

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Subject: [Xen-tools] Confirm remaining xm interface changes
From: Dan Smith <danms@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 23 Aug 2005 12:02:30 -0700
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I am working to collect all of the suggestions to Sean's previous RFC
on the xm interface, so that I can make the remaining changes.  Below
is a list of the remaining proposed command name changes, as gathered
from the list discussion:

  Current          Proposed
  cpus-set         vcpu-set-affinity
  bvt              sched-bvt
  bvt_ctxallow     sched-bvt_ctxallow
  sedf             sched-sedf
  block-create     block-attach
  block-destroy    block-detach

There was also some discussion about changing the mem-set command, but
I didn't see a clear winner.  Personally, I am fine with mem-set.

If we're all in agreement on the above, I'll start making the

Dan Smith
IBM Linux Technology Center
Open Hypervisor Team
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