Subject: Re: xend deprecation
Date: Thursday 12th September 2013 11:10:40 UTC (over 5 years ago)
Ian Campbell writes ("Re: [Xen-devel] xend deprecation"): > create ! > title it xl improve support for migration over non-sshlike tunnels > thanks ... > Konrad, what is the exact requirement here? You mention socat which just > takes an IP address and connects to it and pipes stuff back and forth > (crypto optional). I suspect the sending side of that can be done with a > thin wrapper which provides the 'ssh like' command line interface, I think it can be done with the existing xl interface, TBH, but it's probably ugly. I would have no problem with an option which made xl make the network connection itself. > so > what is needed is a daemon listening on a known port which can fork + > exec xl migrate-receive for each connection? I think this should be doable by running xl migrate-receive out of inetd, or some kind of socket-activation-based feature of an init-replacement (eg upstart). If not this should be fixed. Ian.