def listAllSnapshots(self, flags=0):
"""List all snapshots and returns a list of snapshot objects"""
ret = libvirtmod.virDomainListAllSnapshots(self._o, flags)
if ret is None:
raise libvirtError("virDomainListAllSnapshots() failed", conn=self)
retlist = list()
for snapptr in ret:
def createWithFiles(self, files, flags=0):
"""Launch a defined domain. If the call succeeds the domain moves from the
defined to the running domains pools.
@files provides an array of file descriptors which will be
made available to the 'init' process of the guest. The file
handles exposed to the guest will be renumbered to start
from 3 (ie immediately following stderr). This is only
supported for guests which use container based virtualization
If the VIR_DOMAIN_START_PAUSED flag is set, or if the guest domain
has a managed save image that requested paused state (see
virDomainManagedSave()) the guest domain will be started, but its
CPUs will remain paused. The CPUs can later be manually started
using virDomainResume(). In all other cases, the guest domain will
If the VIR_DOMAIN_START_AUTODESTROY flag is set, the guest
domain will be automatically destroyed when the virConnectPtr
object is finally released. This will also happen if the
client application crashes / loses its connection to the
libvirtd daemon. Any domains marked for auto destroy will
block attempts at migration, save-to-file, or snapshots.
If the VIR_DOMAIN_START_BYPASS_CACHE flag is set, and there is a
managed save file for this domain (created by virDomainManagedSave()),
then libvirt will attempt to bypass the file system cache while restoring
the file, or fail if it cannot do so for the given system; this can allow
less pressure on file system cache, but also risks slowing loads from NFS.
If the VIR_DOMAIN_START_FORCE_BOOT flag is set, then any managed save
file for this domain is discarded, and the domain boots from scratch. """
ret = libvirtmod.virDomainCreateWithFiles(self._o, files, flags)
if ret == -1: raise libvirtError ('virDomainCreateWithFiles() failed', dom=self)