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authorRichard W.M. Jones <rjones@redhat.com>2008-04-16 13:51:14 +0100
committerRichard W.M. Jones <rjones@redhat.com>2008-04-16 13:51:14 +0100
commit02f1c03c9f81e25353aae4900ce19e194b507f71 (patch)
tree99d5b8e8976698b92c914da1ce7220b1c91a5559
parent0bdb08c61ec66a16a81c2778a2a76cac77b08fda (diff)
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Removed virt-ctrl, virt-df, ocaml-libvirt - now in separate repositories.
-rw-r--r--MANIFEST62
-rw-r--r--examples/Makefile.in90
-rw-r--r--examples/list_domains.ml46
-rw-r--r--examples/node_info.ml48
-rw-r--r--libvirt/Makefile.in126
-rw-r--r--libvirt/README49
-rwxr-xr-xlibvirt/generator.pl1018
-rw-r--r--libvirt/libvirt.ml522
-rw-r--r--libvirt/libvirt.mli994
-rw-r--r--libvirt/libvirt_c.c3017
-rw-r--r--libvirt/libvirt_c_epilogue.c548
-rw-r--r--libvirt/libvirt_c_oneoffs.c822
-rw-r--r--libvirt/libvirt_c_prologue.c191
-rwxr-xr-xlibvirt/libvirt_version.ml.in21
-rwxr-xr-xlibvirt/libvirt_version.mli25
-rw-r--r--mlvirsh/Makefile.in93
-rw-r--r--mlvirsh/mlvirsh.ml770
-rw-r--r--virt-ctrl/Makefile.in136
-rwxr-xr-xvirt-ctrl/mingw-gcc-wrapper.ml70
-rwxr-xr-xvirt-ctrl/rebuild-icons.sh44
-rw-r--r--virt-ctrl/vc_connection_dlg.ml203
-rw-r--r--virt-ctrl/vc_connection_dlg.mli43
-rw-r--r--virt-ctrl/vc_connections.ml477
-rw-r--r--virt-ctrl/vc_connections.mli102
-rw-r--r--virt-ctrl/vc_dbus.ml317
-rw-r--r--virt-ctrl/vc_dbus.mli22
-rw-r--r--virt-ctrl/vc_domain_ops.ml109
-rw-r--r--virt-ctrl/vc_domain_ops.mli35
-rw-r--r--virt-ctrl/vc_helpers.ml97
-rw-r--r--virt-ctrl/vc_helpers.mli51
-rw-r--r--virt-ctrl/vc_icons.ml270
-rw-r--r--virt-ctrl/vc_mainwindow.ml202
-rw-r--r--virt-ctrl/vc_mainwindow.mli31
-rw-r--r--virt-ctrl/virt_ctrl.ml36
-rw-r--r--virt-df/Makefile.in109
-rw-r--r--virt-df/README68
-rw-r--r--virt-df/virt-df.1285
-rw-r--r--virt-df/virt-df.pod181
-rw-r--r--virt-df/virt-df.txt144
-rw-r--r--virt-df/virt_df.ml293
-rw-r--r--virt-df/virt_df.mli237
-rw-r--r--virt-df/virt_df_ext2.ml138
-rw-r--r--virt-df/virt_df_ext2.mli22
-rw-r--r--virt-df/virt_df_linux_swap.ml54
-rw-r--r--virt-df/virt_df_linux_swap.mli22
-rw-r--r--virt-df/virt_df_lvm2.ml432
-rw-r--r--virt-df/virt_df_lvm2.mli22
-rw-r--r--virt-df/virt_df_lvm2_lexer.mll165
-rw-r--r--virt-df/virt_df_lvm2_metadata.ml65
-rw-r--r--virt-df/virt_df_lvm2_metadata.mli38
-rw-r--r--virt-df/virt_df_lvm2_parser.mly70
-rw-r--r--virt-df/virt_df_main.ml488
-rw-r--r--virt-df/virt_df_mbr.ml187
-rw-r--r--virt-df/virt_df_mbr.mli22
54 files changed, 1 insertions, 13728 deletions
diff --git a/MANIFEST b/MANIFEST
index cc62080..ba611aa 100644
--- a/MANIFEST
+++ b/MANIFEST
@@ -6,31 +6,11 @@ config.sub
configure.ac
COPYING
COPYING.LIB
-examples/.depend
-examples/list_domains.ml
-examples/node_info.ml
-examples/Makefile.in
.hgignore
install-sh
-libvirt/.depend
-libvirt/generator.pl
-libvirt/libvirt_c.c
-libvirt/libvirt_c_epilogue.c
-libvirt/libvirt_c_oneoffs.c
-libvirt/libvirt_c_prologue.c
-libvirt/libvirt.ml
-libvirt/libvirt.mli
-libvirt/libvirt_version.ml.in
-libvirt/libvirt_version.mli
-libvirt/Makefile.in
-libvirt/README
Makefile.in
Make.rules.in
MANIFEST
-META.in
-mlvirsh/.depend
-mlvirsh/Makefile.in
-mlvirsh/mlvirsh.ml
po/ja.po
po/LINGUAS
po/Makefile.in
@@ -38,47 +18,7 @@ po/pl.po
po/POTFILES
po/virt-top.pot
README
-TODO.libvirt
TODO.virt-top
-virt-ctrl/.depend
-virt-ctrl/Makefile.in
-virt-ctrl/mingw-gcc-wrapper.ml
-virt-ctrl/rebuild-icons.sh
-virt-ctrl/vc_connection_dlg.ml
-virt-ctrl/vc_connection_dlg.mli
-virt-ctrl/vc_connections.ml
-virt-ctrl/vc_connections.mli
-virt-ctrl/vc_dbus.ml
-virt-ctrl/vc_dbus.mli
-virt-ctrl/vc_domain_ops.ml
-virt-ctrl/vc_domain_ops.mli
-virt-ctrl/vc_helpers.ml
-virt-ctrl/vc_helpers.mli
-virt-ctrl/vc_icons.ml
-virt-ctrl/vc_mainwindow.ml
-virt-ctrl/vc_mainwindow.mli
-virt-ctrl/virt_ctrl.ml
-virt-df/.depend
-virt-df/Makefile.in
-virt-df/README
-virt-df/virt-df.1
-virt-df/virt-df.pod
-virt-df/virt-df.txt
-virt-df/virt_df.ml
-virt-df/virt_df.mli
-virt-df/virt_df_ext2.ml
-virt-df/virt_df_ext2.mli
-virt-df/virt_df_linux_swap.ml
-virt-df/virt_df_linux_swap.mli
-virt-df/virt_df_lvm2_lexer.mll
-virt-df/virt_df_lvm2_metadata.ml
-virt-df/virt_df_lvm2_metadata.mli
-virt-df/virt_df_lvm2.ml
-virt-df/virt_df_lvm2.mli
-virt-df/virt_df_lvm2_parser.mly
-virt-df/virt_df_main.ml
-virt-df/virt_df_mbr.ml
-virt-df/virt_df_mbr.mli
virt-top/.depend
virt-top/Makefile.in
virt-top/README
@@ -95,4 +35,4 @@ virt-top/virt_top_utils.ml
virt-top/virt_top_utils.mli
virt-top/virt_top_xml.ml
wininstaller.nsis.in
-winlicense.rtf \ No newline at end of file
+winlicense.rtf
diff --git a/examples/Makefile.in b/examples/Makefile.in
deleted file mode 100644
index 75a98eb..0000000
--- a/examples/Makefile.in
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,90 +0,0 @@
-# ocaml-libvirt
-# Copyright (C) 2007 Red Hat Inc., Richard W.M. Jones
-#
-# This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
-# modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public
-# License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either
-# version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
-#
-# This library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
-# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
-# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU
-# Lesser General Public License for more details.
-#
-# You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public
-# License along with this library; if not, write to the Free Software
-# Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA
-
-OCAMLFIND = @OCAMLFIND@
-
-ifneq ($(OCAMLFIND),)
-OCAMLCPACKAGES := -package unix -I ../libvirt
-OCAMLCFLAGS := -g
-OCAMLCLIBS := -linkpkg
-OCAMLOPTPACKAGES := $(OCAMLCPACKAGES)
-OCAMLOPTFLAGS :=
-OCAMLOPTLIBS := $(OCAMLCLIBS)
-else
-OCAMLCINCS := -I ../libvirt
-OCAMLCFLAGS := -g
-OCAMLCLIBS := unix.cma
-OCAMLOPTINCS := $(OCAMLCINCS)
-OCAMLOPTFLAGS :=
-OCAMLOPTLIBS := unix.cmxa
-endif
-
-export LIBRARY_PATH=../libvirt
-export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=../libvirt
-
-BYTE_TARGETS := list_domains node_info
-OPT_TARGETS := list_domains.opt node_info.opt
-
-all: $(BYTE_TARGETS)
-
-opt: $(OPT_TARGETS)
-
-ifneq ($(OCAMLFIND),)
-list_domains: list_domains.cmo
- $(OCAMLFIND) ocamlc \
- $(OCAMLCPACKAGES) $(OCAMLCFLAGS) $(OCAMLCLIBS) \
- ../libvirt/mllibvirt.cma -o $@ $<
-
-list_domains.opt: list_domains.cmx
- $(OCAMLFIND) ocamlopt \
- $(OCAMLOPTPACKAGES) $(OCAMLOPTFLAGS) $(OCAMLOPTLIBS) \
- ../libvirt/mllibvirt.cmxa -o $@ $<
-
-node_info: node_info.cmo
- $(OCAMLFIND) ocamlc \
- $(OCAMLCPACKAGES) $(OCAMLCFLAGS) $(OCAMLCLIBS) \
- ../libvirt/mllibvirt.cma -o $@ $<
-
-node_info.opt: node_info.cmx
- $(OCAMLFIND) ocamlopt \
- $(OCAMLOPTPACKAGES) $(OCAMLOPTFLAGS) $(OCAMLOPTLIBS) \
- ../libvirt/mllibvirt.cmxa -o $@ $<
-else
-list_domains: list_domains.cmo
- $(OCAMLC) \
- $(OCAMLCINCS) $(OCAMLCFLAGS) $(OCAMLCLIBS) \
- ../libvirt/mllibvirt.cma -o $@ $<
-
-list_domains.opt: list_domains.cmx
- $(OCAMLOPT) \
- $(OCAMLOPTINCS) $(OCAMLOPTFLAGS) $(OCAMLOPTLIBS) \
- ../libvirt/mllibvirt.cmxa -o $@ $<
-
-node_info: node_info.cmo
- $(OCAMLC) \
- $(OCAMLCINCS) $(OCAMLCFLAGS) $(OCAMLCLIBS) \
- ../libvirt/mllibvirt.cma -o $@ $<
-
-node_info.opt: node_info.cmx
- $(OCAMLOPT) \
- $(OCAMLOPTINCS) $(OCAMLOPTFLAGS) $(OCAMLOPTLIBS) \
- ../libvirt/mllibvirt.cmxa -o $@ $<
-endif
-
-install:
-
-include ../Make.rules
diff --git a/examples/list_domains.ml b/examples/list_domains.ml
deleted file mode 100644
index c97432c..0000000
--- a/examples/list_domains.ml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,46 +0,0 @@
-(* Simple demo program showing how to list out domains.
- Usage: list_domains [URI]
- (C) Copyright 2007 Richard W.M. Jones, Red Hat Inc.
- http://libvirt.org/
- *)
-
-open Printf
-
-module C = Libvirt.Connect
-module D = Libvirt.Domain
-module N = Libvirt.Network
-
-let () =
- try
- let name =
- if Array.length Sys.argv >= 2 then
- Some (Sys.argv.(1))
- else
- None in
- let conn = C.connect_readonly ?name () in
-
- (* List running domains. *)
- let n = C.num_of_domains conn in
- let ids = C.list_domains conn n in
- let domains = Array.map (D.lookup_by_id conn) ids in
- Array.iter (
- fun dom ->
- printf "%8d %s\n%!" (D.get_id dom) (D.get_name dom)
- ) domains;
-
- (* List inactive domains. *)
- let n = C.num_of_defined_domains conn in
- let names = C.list_defined_domains conn n in
- Array.iter (
- fun name ->
- printf "inactive %s\n%!" name
- ) names;
- with
- Libvirt.Virterror err ->
- eprintf "error: %s\n" (Libvirt.Virterror.to_string err)
-
-let () =
- (* Run the garbage collector which is a good way to check for
- * memory corruption errors and reference counting issues in libvirt.
- *)
- Gc.compact ()
diff --git a/examples/node_info.ml b/examples/node_info.ml
deleted file mode 100644
index c52615e..0000000
--- a/examples/node_info.ml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,48 +0,0 @@
-(* Simple demo program showing node info.
- Usage: node_info [URI]
- (C) Copyright 2007 Richard W.M. Jones, Red Hat Inc.
- http://libvirt.org/
- *)
-
-open Printf
-
-module C = Libvirt.Connect
-
-let () =
- try
- let name =
- if Array.length Sys.argv >= 2 then
- Some (Sys.argv.(1))
- else
- None in
- let conn = C.connect_readonly ?name () in
-
- (* Get node_info, hostname, etc. *)
- let node_info = C.get_node_info conn in
-
- printf "model = %s\n" node_info.C.model;
- printf "memory = %Ld K\n" node_info.C.memory;
- printf "cpus = %d\n" node_info.C.cpus;
- printf "mhz = %d\n" node_info.C.mhz;
- printf "nodes = %d\n" node_info.C.nodes;
- printf "sockets = %d\n" node_info.C.sockets;
- printf "cores = %d\n" node_info.C.cores;
- printf "threads = %d\n%!" node_info.C.threads;
-
- let hostname = C.get_hostname conn in
-
- printf "hostname = %s\n%!" hostname;
-
- let uri = C.get_uri conn in
-
- printf "uri = %s\n%!" uri
-
- with
- Libvirt.Virterror err ->
- eprintf "error: %s\n" (Libvirt.Virterror.to_string err)
-
-let () =
- (* Run the garbage collector which is a good way to check for
- * memory corruption errors and reference counting issues in libvirt.
- *)
- Gc.compact ()
diff --git a/libvirt/Makefile.in b/libvirt/Makefile.in
deleted file mode 100644
index 66ffc75..0000000
--- a/libvirt/Makefile.in
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,126 +0,0 @@
-# ocaml-libvirt
-# Copyright (C) 2007 Red Hat Inc., Richard W.M. Jones
-#
-# This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
-# modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public
-# License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either
-# version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
-#
-# This library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
-# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
-# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU
-# Lesser General Public License for more details.
-#
-# You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public
-# License along with this library; if not, write to the Free Software
-# Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA
-
-WIN32 = @WIN32@
-
-CFLAGS = @CFLAGS@ \
- -I.. \
- -I"$(shell ocamlc -where)" \
- @DEBUG@ @WARNINGS@ @CFLAGS_FPIC@
-LDFLAGS = @LDFLAGS@
-# -L"$(shell ocamlc -where)"
-
-OCAMLC = @OCAMLC@
-OCAMLOPT = @OCAMLOPT@
-OCAMLFIND = @OCAMLFIND@
-OCAMLMKLIB = @OCAMLMKLIB@
-
-ifneq ($(OCAMLFIND),)
-OCAMLCPACKAGES := -package unix
-OCAMLCFLAGS := -g
-OCAMLCLIBS := -linkpkg
-else
-OCAMLCINCS :=
-OCAMLCFLAGS := -g
-OCAMLCLIBS := unix.cma
-endif
-
-OCAMLOPTFLAGS :=
-ifneq ($(OCAMLFIND),)
-OCAMLOPTPACKAGES := $(OCAMLCPACKAGES)
-OCAMLOPTLIBS := $(OCAMLCLIBS)
-else
-OCAMLOPTINCS := $(OCAMLCINCS)
-OCAMLOPTLIBS := unix.cmxa
-endif
-
-export LIBRARY_PATH=.
-export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=.
-
-BYTE_TARGETS := mllibvirt.cma
-OPT_TARGETS := mllibvirt.cmxa
-
-all: $(BYTE_TARGETS)
-
-opt: $(OPT_TARGETS)
-
-COBJS := libvirt.cmo libvirt_version.cmo
-OPTOBJS := libvirt.cmx libvirt_version.cmx
-
-ifneq ($(OCAMLMKLIB),)
-# Good, we can just use ocamlmklib
-mllibvirt.cma: libvirt_c.o $(COBJS)
- $(OCAMLMKLIB) -o mllibvirt $^ $(LDFLAGS) -lvirt
-
-mllibvirt.cmxa: libvirt_c.o $(OPTOBJS)
- $(OCAMLMKLIB) -o mllibvirt $^ $(LDFLAGS) -lvirt
-
-else
-ifeq ($(WIN32),yes)
-# Ugh, MinGW doesn't have ocamlmklib. This technique is copied from the
-# example in OCaml distribution, otherlibs/win32unix/Makefile.nt
-
-mllibvirt.cma: dllmllibvirt.dll libmllibvirt.a $(COBJS)
- $(OCAMLC) -a -linkall -o $@ $(COBJS) \
- -dllib -lmllibvirt -cclib -lmllibvirt -cclib "$(LDFLAGS) -lvirt"
-
-mllibvirt.cmxa: libmllibvirt.a $(OPTOBJS)
- $(OCAMLOPT) -a -linkall -o $@ $(OPTOBJS) \
- -cclib -lmllibvirt -cclib "$(LDFLAGS) -lvirt"
-
-dllmllibvirt.dll: libvirt_c.o
- $(CC) -shared -o $@ $^ \
- $(LDFLAGS) "$(shell ocamlc -where)"/ocamlrun.a -lvirt
-
-libmllibvirt.a: libvirt_c.o
- ar rc $@ $^
- ranlib $@
-
-else
-# Don't know how to build a library on this platform.
-$(BYTE_TARGETS) $(OPT_TARGETS):
- echo "Error: ocamlmklib missing, and no known way to build libraries on this platform"
- exit 1
-endif
-endif
-
-# Automatically generate the C code from a Perl script 'generator.pl'.
-libvirt_c.c: generator.pl
- perl -w $<
-
-# Status of automatically generated bindings.
-autostatus: libvirt_c.c
- @echo -n "Functions which have manual bindings: "
- @grep ^ocaml_libvirt_ libvirt_c_oneoffs.c | wc -l
- @echo -n "Functions which have automatic bindings: "
- @grep ^ocaml_libvirt_ libvirt_c.c | wc -l
- @echo -n "LOC in manual bindings: "
- @wc -l < libvirt_c_oneoffs.c
- @echo -n "LOC in automatic bindings: "
- @wc -l < libvirt_c.c
-
-libvirt.cmo: libvirt.cmi
-libvirt.cmi: libvirt.mli
-
-libvirt_version.cmo: libvirt_version.cmi
-libvirt_version.cmi: libvirt_version.mli
-
-install:
- ocamlfind install libvirt \
- ../META *.so *.a *.cmx *.cma *.cmxa *.cmi *.mli
-
-include ../Make.rules
diff --git a/libvirt/README b/libvirt/README
deleted file mode 100644
index be8300d..0000000
--- a/libvirt/README
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,49 +0,0 @@
-README
-======
-
-The public interface is described in 'libvirt.mli'. You may prefer to
-do 'make doc' at the top level source directory and then read the HTML
-documentation starting at html/index.html.
-
-'libvirt.ml' describes how OCaml functions map to C functions.
-
-'libvirt_c*.c' are the C functions which map OCaml objects to C
-objects and vice versa (see next section).
-
-Generated code
---------------
-
-The C bindings in 'libvirt_c.c' are now generated automatically by a
-Perl script called 'generator.pl'. You do not normally need to run
-this script, but you may need to if you want to extend libvirt
-coverage.
-
-The majority of the functions are now generated automatically, but
-there are a few one-off bindings (eg. one-of-a-type functions,
-functions with particularly complex mappings). Our eventual aim to is
-autogenerate as much as possible. Use 'make autostatus' in this
-directory to find out how we're doing.
-
-The generated 'libvirt_c.c' #includes some other C files in this
-directory:
-
- #include "libvirt_c_prologue.c"
-
- A prologue that prototypes some static functions which are defined
- in the epilogue (see below), and provides some general macros.
-
- #include "libvirt_c_oneoffs.c"
-
- One-off bindings: Bindings which are too specialised or one-of-a-kind
- to be worth generating automatically.
-
- [Followed by generated bindings, then ...]
-
- #include "libvirt_c_epilogue.c"
-
- An epilogue which defines some standard static functions (eg.) for
- wrapping and unwrapping libvirt objects.
-
-The key to understanding the generator is to look at the generated
-code (libvirt_c.c) first, and go from there back to parts of the
-generator script.
diff --git a/libvirt/generator.pl b/libvirt/generator.pl
deleted file mode 100755
index 4fbace6..0000000
--- a/libvirt/generator.pl
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,1018 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/perl -w
-#
-# OCaml bindings for libvirt.
-# (C) Copyright 2007-2008 Richard W.M. Jones, Red Hat Inc.
-# http://libvirt.org/
-#
-# This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
-# modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public
-# License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either
-# version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
-#
-# This library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
-# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
-# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU
-# Lesser General Public License for more details.
-#
-# You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public
-# License along with this library; if not, write to the Free Software
-# Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA
-
-# This generates libvirt_c.c (the core of the bindings). You don't
-# need to run this program unless you are extending the bindings
-# themselves (eg. because libvirt has been extended).
-#
-# Please read libvirt/README.
-
-use strict;
-
-#----------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-# The functions in the libvirt API that we can generate.
-
-# The 'sig' (signature) doesn't have a meaning or any internal structure.
-# It is interpreted by the generation functions below to indicate what
-# "class" the function falls into, and to generate the right class of
-# binding.
-#
-# Any function added since libvirt 0.2.1 must be marked weak.
-
-my @functions = (
- { name => "virConnectClose", sig => "conn : free" },
- { name => "virConnectGetHostname", sig => "conn : string", weak => 1 },
- { name => "virConnectGetURI", sig => "conn : string", weak => 1 },
- { name => "virConnectGetType", sig => "conn : static string" },
- { name => "virConnectNumOfDomains", sig => "conn : int" },
- { name => "virConnectListDomains", sig => "conn, int : int array" },
- { name => "virConnectNumOfDefinedDomains", sig => "conn : int" },
- { name => "virConnectListDefinedDomains",
- sig => "conn, int : string array" },
- { name => "virConnectNumOfNetworks", sig => "conn : int" },
- { name => "virConnectListNetworks", sig => "conn, int : string array" },
- { name => "virConnectNumOfDefinedNetworks", sig => "conn : int" },
- { name => "virConnectListDefinedNetworks",
- sig => "conn, int : string array" },
- { name => "virConnectNumOfStoragePools", sig => "conn : int", weak => 1 },
- { name => "virConnectListStoragePools",
- sig => "conn, int : string array", weak => 1 },
- { name => "virConnectNumOfDefinedStoragePools",
- sig => "conn : int", weak => 1 },
- { name => "virConnectListDefinedStoragePools",
- sig => "conn, int : string array", weak => 1 },
- { name => "virConnectGetCapabilities", sig => "conn : string" },
-
- { name => "virDomainCreateLinux", sig => "conn, string, 0U : dom" },
- { name => "virDomainCreateLinuxJob",
- sig => "conn, string, 0U : job", weak => 1 },
- { name => "virDomainFree", sig => "dom : free" },
- { name => "virDomainDestroy", sig => "dom : free" },
- { name => "virDomainLookupByName", sig => "conn, string : dom" },
- { name => "virDomainLookupByID", sig => "conn, int : dom" },
- { name => "virDomainLookupByUUID", sig => "conn, uuid : dom" },
- { name => "virDomainLookupByUUIDString", sig => "conn, string : dom" },
- { name => "virDomainGetName", sig => "dom : static string" },
- { name => "virDomainGetOSType", sig => "dom : string" },
- { name => "virDomainGetXMLDesc", sig => "dom, 0 : string" },
- { name => "virDomainGetUUID", sig => "dom : uuid" },
- { name => "virDomainGetUUIDString", sig => "dom : uuid string" },
- { name => "virDomainGetMaxVcpus", sig => "dom : int" },
- { name => "virDomainSave", sig => "dom, string : unit" },
- { name => "virDomainSaveJob",
- sig => "dom, string : job from dom", weak => 1 },
- { name => "virDomainRestore", sig => "conn, string : unit" },
- { name => "virDomainRestoreJob",
- sig => "conn, string : job", weak => 1 },
- { name => "virDomainCoreDump", sig => "dom, string, 0 : unit" },
- { name => "virDomainCoreDumpJob",
- sig => "dom, string, 0 : job from dom", weak => 1 },
- { name => "virDomainSuspend", sig => "dom : unit" },
- { name => "virDomainResume", sig => "dom : unit" },
- { name => "virDomainShutdown", sig => "dom : unit" },
- { name => "virDomainReboot", sig => "dom, 0 : unit" },
- { name => "virDomainDefineXML", sig => "conn, string : dom" },
- { name => "virDomainUndefine", sig => "dom : unit" },
- { name => "virDomainCreate", sig => "dom : unit" },
- { name => "virDomainCreateJob",
- sig => "dom, 0U : job from dom", weak => 1 },
- { name => "virDomainAttachDevice", sig => "dom, string : unit" },
- { name => "virDomainDetachDevice", sig => "dom, string : unit" },
- { name => "virDomainGetAutostart", sig => "dom : bool" },
- { name => "virDomainSetAutostart", sig => "dom, bool : unit" },
-
- { name => "virNetworkFree", sig => "net : free" },
- { name => "virNetworkDestroy", sig => "net : free" },
- { name => "virNetworkLookupByName", sig => "conn, string : net" },
- { name => "virNetworkLookupByUUID", sig => "conn, uuid : net" },
- { name => "virNetworkLookupByUUIDString", sig => "conn, string : net" },
- { name => "virNetworkGetName", sig => "net : static string" },
- { name => "virNetworkGetXMLDesc", sig => "net, 0 : string" },
- { name => "virNetworkGetBridgeName", sig => "net : string" },
- { name => "virNetworkGetUUID", sig => "net : uuid" },
- { name => "virNetworkGetUUIDString", sig => "net : uuid string" },
- { name => "virNetworkUndefine", sig => "net : unit" },
- { name => "virNetworkCreateXML", sig => "conn, string : net" },
- { name => "virNetworkCreateXMLJob",
- sig => "conn, string : job", weak => 1 },
- { name => "virNetworkDefineXML", sig => "conn, string : net" },
- { name => "virNetworkCreate", sig => "net : unit" },
- { name => "virNetworkCreateJob",
- sig => "net : job from net", weak => 1 },
- { name => "virNetworkGetAutostart", sig => "net : bool" },
- { name => "virNetworkSetAutostart", sig => "net, bool : unit" },
-
- { name => "virStoragePoolFree", sig => "pool : free", weak => 1 },
- { name => "virStoragePoolDestroy", sig => "pool : free", weak => 1 },
- { name => "virStoragePoolLookupByName",
- sig => "conn, string : pool", weak => 1 },
- { name => "virStoragePoolLookupByUUID",
- sig => "conn, uuid : pool", weak => 1 },
- { name => "virStoragePoolLookupByUUIDString",
- sig => "conn, string : pool", weak => 1 },
- { name => "virStoragePoolGetName",
- sig => "pool : static string", weak => 1 },
- { name => "virStoragePoolGetXMLDesc",
- sig => "pool, 0U : string", weak => 1 },
- { name => "virStoragePoolGetUUID",
- sig => "pool : uuid", weak => 1 },
- { name => "virStoragePoolGetUUIDString",
- sig => "pool : uuid string", weak => 1 },
- { name => "virStoragePoolCreateXML",
- sig => "conn, string, 0U : pool", weak => 1 },
- { name => "virStoragePoolDefineXML",
- sig => "conn, string, 0U : pool", weak => 1 },
- { name => "virStoragePoolBuild",
- sig => "pool, uint : unit", weak => 1 },
- { name => "virStoragePoolUndefine",
- sig => "pool : unit", weak => 1 },
- { name => "virStoragePoolCreate",
- sig => "pool, 0U : unit", weak => 1 },
- { name => "virStoragePoolDelete",
- sig => "pool, uint : unit", weak => 1 },
- { name => "virStoragePoolRefresh",
- sig => "pool, 0U : unit", weak => 1 },
- { name => "virStoragePoolGetAutostart",
- sig => "pool : bool", weak => 1 },
- { name => "virStoragePoolSetAutostart",
- sig => "pool, bool : unit", weak => 1 },
- { name => "virStoragePoolNumOfVolumes",
- sig => "pool : int", weak => 1 },
- { name => "virStoragePoolListVolumes",
- sig => "pool, int : string array", weak => 1 },
-
- { name => "virStorageVolFree", sig => "vol : free", weak => 1 },
- { name => "virStorageVolDelete",
- sig => "vol, uint : unit", weak => 1 },
- { name => "virStorageVolLookupByName",
- sig => "pool, string : vol from pool", weak => 1 },
- { name => "virStorageVolLookupByKey",
- sig => "conn, string : vol", weak => 1 },
- { name => "virStorageVolLookupByPath",
- sig => "conn, string : vol", weak => 1 },
- { name => "virStorageVolCreateXML",
- sig => "pool, string, 0U : vol from pool", weak => 1 },
- { name => "virStorageVolGetXMLDesc",
- sig => "vol, 0U : string", weak => 1 },
- { name => "virStorageVolGetPath",
- sig => "vol : string", weak => 1 },
- { name => "virStorageVolGetKey",
- sig => "vol : static string", weak => 1 },
- { name => "virStorageVolGetName",
- sig => "vol : static string", weak => 1 },
- { name => "virStoragePoolLookupByVolume",
- sig => "vol : pool from vol", weak => 1 },
-
- { name => "virJobFree",
- sig => "job : free", weak => 1 },
- { name => "virJobCancel",
- sig => "job : unit", weak => 1 },
- { name => "virJobGetNetwork",
- sig => "job : net from job", weak => 1 },
- { name => "virJobGetDomain",
- sig => "job : dom from job", weak => 1 },
-
- );
-
-# Functions we haven't implemented anywhere yet but which are mentioned
-# in 'libvirt.ml'.
-#
-# We create stubs for these, but eventually they need to either be
-# moved ^^^ so they are auto-generated, or implementations of them
-# written in 'libvirt_c_oneoffs.c'.
-
-my @unimplemented = (
- );
-
-#----------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-# Open the output file.
-
-my $filename = "libvirt_c.c";
-open F, ">$filename" or die "$filename: $!";
-
-# Write the prologue.
-
-print F <<'END';
-/* !!! WARNING WARNING WARNING WARNING WARNING WARNING WARNING !!!
- *
- * THIS FILE IS AUTOMATICALLY GENERATED BY 'generator.pl'.
- *
- * Any changes you make to this file may be overwritten.
- */
-
-/* OCaml bindings for libvirt.
- * (C) Copyright 2007-2008 Richard W.M. Jones, Red Hat Inc.
- * http://libvirt.org/
- *
- * This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
- * modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public
- * License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either
- * version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
- *
- * This library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
- * but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
- * MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU
- * Lesser General Public License for more details.
- *
- * You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public
- * License along with this library; if not, write to the Free Software
- * Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA
- */
-
-#include "config.h"
-
-#include <stdio.h>
-#include <stdlib.h>
-#include <string.h>
-
-#include <libvirt/libvirt.h>
-#include <libvirt/virterror.h>
-
-#include <caml/config.h>
-#include <caml/alloc.h>
-#include <caml/callback.h>
-#include <caml/custom.h>
-#include <caml/fail.h>
-#include <caml/memory.h>
-#include <caml/misc.h>
-#include <caml/mlvalues.h>
-#include <caml/signals.h>
-
-#include "libvirt_c_prologue.c"
-
-#include "libvirt_c_oneoffs.c"
-
-END
-
-#----------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-sub camel_case_to_underscores
-{
- my $name = shift;
-
- $name =~ s/([A-Z][a-z]+|XML|URI|OS|UUID)/$1,/g;
- my @subs = split (/,/, $name);
- @subs = map { lc($_) } @subs;
- join "_", @subs
-}
-
-# Helper functions dealing with signatures.
-
-sub short_name_to_c_type
-{
- local $_ = shift;
-
- if ($_ eq "conn") { "virConnectPtr" }
- elsif ($_ eq "dom") { "virDomainPtr" }
- elsif ($_ eq "net") { "virNetworkPtr" }
- elsif ($_ eq "pool") { "virStoragePoolPtr" }
- elsif ($_ eq "vol") { "virStorageVolPtr" }
- elsif ($_ eq "job") { "virJobPtr" }
- else {
- die "unknown short name $_"
- }
-}
-
-# Generate a C signature for the original function. Used when building
-# weak bindings.
-
-sub gen_c_signature
-{
- my $sig = shift;
- my $c_name = shift;
-
- if ($sig =~ /^(\w+) : string$/) {
- my $c_type = short_name_to_c_type ($1);
- "char *$c_name ($c_type $1)"
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+) : static string$/) {
- my $c_type = short_name_to_c_type ($1);
- "const char *$c_name ($c_type $1)"
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+) : int$/) {
- my $c_type = short_name_to_c_type ($1);
- "int $c_name ($c_type $1)"
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+) : uuid$/) {
- my $c_type = short_name_to_c_type ($1);
- "int $c_name ($c_type $1, unsigned char *)"
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+) : uuid string$/) {
- my $c_type = short_name_to_c_type ($1);
- "int $c_name ($c_type $1, char *)"
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+) : bool$/) {
- my $c_type = short_name_to_c_type ($1);
- "int $c_name ($c_type $1, int *r)"
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+), bool : unit$/) {
- my $c_type = short_name_to_c_type ($1);
- "int $c_name ($c_type $1, int b)"
- } elsif ($sig eq "conn, int : int array") {
- "int $c_name (virConnectPtr conn, int *ids, int maxids)"
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+), int : string array$/) {
- my $c_type = short_name_to_c_type ($1);
- "int $c_name ($c_type $1, char **const names, int maxnames)"
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+), 0(U?) : string$/) {
- my $c_type = short_name_to_c_type ($1);
- my $unsigned = $2 eq "U" ? "unsigned " : "";
- "char *$c_name ($c_type $1, $unsigned int flags)"
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+), 0(U?) : unit$/) {
- my $c_type = short_name_to_c_type ($1);
- my $unsigned = $2 eq "U" ? "unsigned " : "";
- "int $c_name ($c_type $1, $unsigned int flags)"
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+) : unit$/) {
- my $c_type = short_name_to_c_type ($1);
- "int $c_name ($c_type $1)"
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+) : free$/) {
- my $c_type = short_name_to_c_type ($1);
- "int $c_name ($c_type $1)"
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+), string : unit$/) {
- my $c_type = short_name_to_c_type ($1);
- "int $c_name ($c_type $1, const char *str)"
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+), string, 0(U?) : unit$/) {
- my $c_type = short_name_to_c_type ($1);
- my $unsigned = $2 eq "U" ? "unsigned " : "";
- "int $c_name ($c_type $1, const char *str, ${unsigned}int flags)"
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+), string : (\w+)$/) {
- my $c_type = short_name_to_c_type ($1);
- my $c_ret_type = short_name_to_c_type ($2);
- "$c_ret_type $c_name ($c_type $1, const char *str)"
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+), string, 0(U?) : (\w+)$/) {
- my $c_type = short_name_to_c_type ($1);
- my $unsigned = $2 eq "U" ? "unsigned " : "";
- my $c_ret_type = short_name_to_c_type ($3);
- "$c_ret_type $c_name ($c_type $1, const char *str, ${unsigned}int flags)"
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+), (u?)int : unit$/) {
- my $c_type = short_name_to_c_type ($1);
- my $unsigned = $2 eq "u" ? "unsigned " : "";
- "int $c_name ($c_type $1, ${unsigned}int i)"
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+), (u?)int : (\w+)$/) {
- my $c_type = short_name_to_c_type ($1);
- my $unsigned = $2 eq "u" ? "unsigned " : "";
- my $c_ret_type = short_name_to_c_type ($3);
- "$c_ret_type $c_name ($c_type $1, ${unsigned}int i)"
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+), uuid : (\w+)$/) {
- my $c_type = short_name_to_c_type ($1);
- my $c_ret_type = short_name_to_c_type ($2);
- "$c_ret_type $c_name ($c_type $1, const unsigned char *str)"
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+), 0(U?) : (\w+)$/) {
- my $c_type = short_name_to_c_type ($1);
- my $unsigned = $2 eq "U" ? "unsigned " : "";
- my $c_ret_type = short_name_to_c_type ($3);
- "$c_ret_type $c_name ($c_type $1, $unsigned int flags)"
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+) : (\w+)$/) {
- my $c_type = short_name_to_c_type ($1);
- my $c_ret_type = short_name_to_c_type ($2);
- "$c_ret_type $c_name ($c_type $1)"
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+), string : (\w+) from \w+$/) {
- my $c_type = short_name_to_c_type ($1);
- my $c_ret_type = short_name_to_c_type ($2);
- "$c_ret_type $c_name ($c_type $1, const char *str)"
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+), string, 0(U?) : (\w+) from \w+$/) {
- my $c_type = short_name_to_c_type ($1);
- my $unsigned = $2 eq "U" ? "unsigned " : "";
- my $c_ret_type = short_name_to_c_type ($3);
- "$c_ret_type $c_name ($c_type $1, const char *str, $unsigned int flags)"
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+), 0(U?) : (\w+) from \w+$/) {
- my $c_type = short_name_to_c_type ($1);
- my $unsigned = $2 eq "U" ? "unsigned " : "";
- my $c_ret_type = short_name_to_c_type ($3);
- "$c_ret_type $c_name ($c_type $1, $unsigned int flags)"
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+) : (\w+) from \w+$/) {
- my $c_type = short_name_to_c_type ($1);
- my $c_ret_type = short_name_to_c_type ($2);
- "$c_ret_type $c_name ($c_type $1)"
- } else {
- die "unknown signature $sig"
- }
-}
-
-# OCaml argument names.
-
-sub gen_arg_names
-{
- my $sig = shift;
-
- if ($sig =~ /^(\w+) : string$/) {
- ( "$1v" )
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+) : static string$/) {
- ( "$1v" )
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+) : int$/) {
- ( "$1v" )
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+) : uuid$/) {
- ( "$1v" )
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+) : uuid string$/) {
- ( "$1v" )
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+) : bool$/) {
- ( "$1v" )
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+), bool : unit$/) {
- ( "$1v", "bv" )
- } elsif ($sig eq "conn, int : int array") {
- ( "connv", "iv" )
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+), int : string array$/) {
- ( "$1v", "iv" )
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+), 0U? : string$/) {
- ( "$1v" )
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+), 0U? : unit$/) {
- ( "$1v" )
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+) : unit$/) {
- ( "$1v" )
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+) : free$/) {
- ( "$1v" )
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+), string : unit$/) {
- ( "$1v", "strv" )
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+), string, 0U? : unit$/) {
- ( "$1v", "strv" )
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+), string : (\w+)$/) {
- ( "$1v", "strv" )
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+), string, 0U? : (\w+)$/) {
- ( "$1v", "strv" )
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+), u?int : (\w+)$/) {
- ( "$1v", "iv" )
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+), uuid : (\w+)$/) {
- ( "$1v", "uuidv" )
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+), 0U? : (\w+)$/) {
- ( "$1v" )
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+) : (\w+)$/) {
- ( "$1v" )
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+), string : (\w+) from \w+$/) {
- ( "$1v", "strv" )
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+), string, 0U? : (\w+) from \w+$/) {
- ( "$1v", "strv" )
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+), 0U? : (\w+) from \w+$/) {
- ( "$1v" )
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+) : (\w+) from \w+$/) {
- ( "$1v" )
- } else {
- die "unknown signature $sig"
- }
-}
-
-# Unpack the first (object) argument.
-
-sub gen_unpack_args
-{
- local $_ = shift;
-
- if ($_ eq "conn") {
- "virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);"
- } elsif ($_ eq "dom") {
- "virDomainPtr dom = Domain_val (domv);\n".
- " virConnectPtr conn = Connect_domv (domv);"
- } elsif ($_ eq "net") {
- "virNetworkPtr net = Network_val (netv);\n".
- " virConnectPtr conn = Connect_netv (netv);"
- } elsif ($_ eq "pool") {
- "virStoragePoolPtr pool = Pool_val (poolv);\n".
- " virConnectPtr conn = Connect_polv (poolv);"
- } elsif ($_ eq "vol") {
- "virStorageVolPtr vol = Volume_val (volv);\n".
- " virConnectPtr conn = Connect_volv (volv);"
- } elsif ($_ eq "job") {
- "virJobPtr job = Job_val (jobv);\n".
- " virConnectPtr conn = Connect_jobv (jobv);"
- } else {
- die "unknown short name $_"
- }
-}
-
-# Pack the result if it's an object.
-
-sub gen_pack_result
-{
- local $_ = shift;
-
- if ($_ eq "dom") { "rv = Val_domain (r, connv);" }
- elsif ($_ eq "net") { "rv = Val_network (r, connv);" }
- elsif ($_ eq "pool") { "rv = Val_pool (r, connv);" }
- elsif ($_ eq "vol") { "rv = Val_volume (r, connv);" }
- elsif ($_ eq "job") { "rv = Val_job (r, connv);" }
- else {
- die "unknown short name $_"
- }
-}
-
-sub gen_free_arg
-{
- local $_ = shift;
-
- if ($_ eq "conn") { "Connect_val (connv) = NULL;" }
- elsif ($_ eq "dom") { "Domain_val (domv) = NULL;" }
- elsif ($_ eq "net") { "Network_val (netv) = NULL;" }
- elsif ($_ eq "pool") { "Pool_val (poolv) = NULL;" }
- elsif ($_ eq "vol") { "Volume_val (volv) = NULL;" }
- elsif ($_ eq "job") { "Job_val (jobv) = NULL;" }
- else {
- die "unknown short name $_"
- }
-}
-
-# Generate the C body for each signature (class of function).
-
-sub gen_c_code
-{
- my $sig = shift;
- my $c_name = shift;
-
- if ($sig =~ /^(\w+) : string$/) {
- "\
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- " . gen_unpack_args ($1) . "
- char *r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = $c_name ($1));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, \"$c_name\");
-
- rv = caml_copy_string (r);
- free (r);
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-"
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+) : static string$/) {
- "\
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- " . gen_unpack_args ($1) . "
- const char *r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = $c_name ($1));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, \"$c_name\");
-
- rv = caml_copy_string (r);
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-"
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+) : int$/) {
- "\
- " . gen_unpack_args ($1) . "
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = $c_name ($1));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, \"$c_name\");
-
- CAMLreturn (Val_int (r));
-"
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+) : uuid$/) {
- "\
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- " . gen_unpack_args ($1) . "
- unsigned char uuid[VIR_UUID_BUFLEN];
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = $c_name ($1, uuid));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, \"$c_name\");
-
- /* UUIDs are byte arrays with a fixed length. */
- rv = caml_alloc_string (VIR_UUID_BUFLEN);
- memcpy (String_val (rv), uuid, VIR_UUID_BUFLEN);
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-"
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+) : uuid string$/) {
- "\
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- " . gen_unpack_args ($1) . "
- char uuid[VIR_UUID_STRING_BUFLEN];
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = $c_name ($1, uuid));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, \"$c_name\");
-
- rv = caml_copy_string (uuid);
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-"
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+) : bool$/) {
- "\
- " . gen_unpack_args ($1) . "
- int r, b;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = $c_name ($1, &b));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, \"$c_name\");
-
- CAMLreturn (b ? Val_true : Val_false);
-"
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+), bool : unit$/) {
- "\
- " . gen_unpack_args ($1) . "
- int r, b;
-
- b = bv == Val_true ? 1 : 0;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = $c_name ($1, b));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, \"$c_name\");
-
- CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
-"
- } elsif ($sig eq "conn, int : int array") {
- "\
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
- int i = Int_val (iv);
- int ids[i], r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = $c_name (conn, ids, i));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, \"$c_name\");
-
- rv = caml_alloc (r, 0);
- for (i = 0; i < r; ++i)
- Store_field (rv, i, Val_int (ids[i]));
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-"
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+), int : string array$/) {
- "\
- CAMLlocal2 (rv, strv);
- " . gen_unpack_args ($1) . "
- int i = Int_val (iv);
- char *names[i];
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = $c_name ($1, names, i));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, \"$c_name\");
-
- rv = caml_alloc (r, 0);
- for (i = 0; i < r; ++i) {
- strv = caml_copy_string (names[i]);
- Store_field (rv, i, strv);
- free (names[i]);
- }
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-"
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+), 0U? : string$/) {
- "\
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- " . gen_unpack_args ($1) . "
- char *r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = $c_name ($1, 0));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, \"$c_name\");
-
- rv = caml_copy_string (r);
- free (r);
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-"
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+), 0U? : unit$/) {
- "\
- " . gen_unpack_args ($1) . "
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = $c_name ($1, 0));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, \"$c_name\");
-
- CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
-"
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+) : unit$/) {
- "\
- " . gen_unpack_args ($1) . "
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = $c_name ($1));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, \"$c_name\");
-
- CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
-"
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+) : free$/) {
- "\
- " . gen_unpack_args ($1) . "
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = $c_name ($1));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, \"$c_name\");
-
- /* So that we don't double-free in the finalizer: */
- " . gen_free_arg ($1) . "
-
- CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
-"
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+), string : unit$/) {
- "\
- " . gen_unpack_args ($1) . "
- char *str = String_val (strv);
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = $c_name ($1, str));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, \"$c_name\");
-
- CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
-"
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+), string, 0U? : unit$/) {
- "\
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- " . gen_unpack_args ($1) . "
- char *str = String_val (strv);
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = $c_name ($1, str, 0));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, \"$c_name\");
-
- CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
-"
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+), string : (\w+)$/) {
- my $c_ret_type = short_name_to_c_type ($2);
- "\
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- " . gen_unpack_args ($1) . "
- char *str = String_val (strv);
- $c_ret_type r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = $c_name ($1, str));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, \"$c_name\");
-
- " . gen_pack_result ($2) . "
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-"
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+), string, 0U? : (\w+)$/) {
- my $c_ret_type = short_name_to_c_type ($2);
- "\
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- " . gen_unpack_args ($1) . "
- char *str = String_val (strv);
- $c_ret_type r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = $c_name ($1, str, 0));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, \"$c_name\");
-
- " . gen_pack_result ($2) . "
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-"
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+), (u?)int : unit$/) {
- my $unsigned = $2 eq "u" ? "unsigned " : "";
- "\
- " . gen_unpack_args ($1) . "
- ${unsigned}int i = Int_val (iv);
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = $c_name ($1, i));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, \"$c_name\");
-
- CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
-"
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+), (u?)int : (\w+)$/) {
- my $c_ret_type = short_name_to_c_type ($3);
- my $unsigned = $2 eq "u" ? "unsigned " : "";
- "\
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- " . gen_unpack_args ($1) . "
- ${unsigned}int i = Int_val (iv);
- $c_ret_type r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = $c_name ($1, i));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, \"$c_name\");
-
- " . gen_pack_result ($3) . "
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-"
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+), uuid : (\w+)$/) {
- my $c_ret_type = short_name_to_c_type ($2);
- "\
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- " . gen_unpack_args ($1) . "
- unsigned char *uuid = (unsigned char *) String_val (uuidv);
- $c_ret_type r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = $c_name ($1, uuid));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, \"$c_name\");
-
- " . gen_pack_result ($2) . "
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-"
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+), 0U? : (\w+)$/) {
- my $c_ret_type = short_name_to_c_type ($2);
- "\
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- " . gen_unpack_args ($1) . "
- $c_ret_type r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = $c_name ($1, 0));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, \"$c_name\");
-
- " . gen_pack_result ($2) . "
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-"
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+) : (\w+)$/) {
- my $c_ret_type = short_name_to_c_type ($2);
- "\
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- " . gen_unpack_args ($1) . "
- $c_ret_type r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = $c_name ($1));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, \"$c_name\");
-
- " . gen_pack_result ($2) . "
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-"
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+), string : (\w+) from (\w+)$/) {
- my $c_ret_type = short_name_to_c_type ($2);
- "\
- CAMLlocal2 (rv, connv);
- " . gen_unpack_args ($1) . "
- char *str = String_val (strv);
- $c_ret_type r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = $c_name ($1, str));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, \"$c_name\");
-
- connv = Field ($3v, 1);
- " . gen_pack_result ($2) . "
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-"
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+), string, 0U? : (\w+) from (\w+)$/) {
- my $c_ret_type = short_name_to_c_type ($2);
- "\
- CAMLlocal2 (rv, connv);
- " . gen_unpack_args ($1) . "
- char *str = String_val (strv);
- $c_ret_type r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = $c_name ($1, str, 0));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, \"$c_name\");
-
- connv = Field ($3v, 1);
- " . gen_pack_result ($2) . "
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-"
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+), 0U? : (\w+) from (\w+)$/) {
- my $c_ret_type = short_name_to_c_type ($2);
- "\
- CAMLlocal2 (rv, connv);
- " . gen_unpack_args ($1) . "
- $c_ret_type r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = $c_name ($1, 0));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, \"$c_name\");
-
- connv = Field ($3v, 1);
- " . gen_pack_result ($2) . "
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-"
- } elsif ($sig =~ /^(\w+) : (\w+) from (\w+)$/) {
- my $c_ret_type = short_name_to_c_type ($2);
- "\
- CAMLlocal2 (rv, connv);
- " . gen_unpack_args ($1) . "
- $c_ret_type r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = $c_name ($1));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, \"$c_name\");
-
- connv = Field ($3v, 1);
- " . gen_pack_result ($2) . "
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-"
- } else {
- die "unknown signature $sig"
- }
-}
-
-# Generate each function.
-
-foreach my $function (@functions) {
- my $c_name = $function->{name};
- my $is_weak = $function->{weak};
- my $sig = $function->{sig};
-
- #print "generating $c_name with sig \"$sig\" ...\n";
-
- #my $is_pool_func = $c_name =~ /^virStoragePool/;
- #my $is_vol_func = $c_name =~ /^virStorageVol/;
-
- # Generate an equivalent C-external name for the function, unless
- # one is defined already.
- my $c_external_name;
- if (exists ($function->{c_external_name})) {
- $c_external_name = $function->{c_external_name};
- } elsif ($c_name =~ /^vir/) {
- $c_external_name = substr $c_name, 3;
- $c_external_name = camel_case_to_underscores ($c_external_name);
- $c_external_name = "ocaml_libvirt_" . $c_external_name;
- } else {
- die "cannot convert c_name $c_name to c_external_name"
- }
-
- print F <<END;
-/* Automatically generated binding for $c_name.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "$sig".
- */
-
-END
-
- # Generate a full function prototype if the function is weak.
- my $have_name = "HAVE_" . uc ($c_name);
- if ($is_weak) {
- my $c_sig = gen_c_signature ($sig, $c_name);
- print F <<END;
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef $have_name
-extern $c_sig __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-END
- }
-
- my @arg_names = gen_arg_names ($sig);
- my $nr_arg_names = scalar @arg_names;
- my $arg_names = join ", ", @arg_names;
- my $arg_names_as_values = join (", ", map { "value $_" } @arg_names);
-
- # Generate the start of the function, arguments.
- print F <<END;
-CAMLprim value
-$c_external_name ($arg_names_as_values)
-{
- CAMLparam$nr_arg_names ($arg_names);
-END
-
- # If weak, check the function exists at compile time or runtime.
- if ($is_weak) {
- print F <<END;
-#ifndef $have_name
- /* Symbol $c_name not found at compile time. */
- not_supported ("$c_name");
- CAMLnoreturn;
-#else
- /* Check that the symbol $c_name
- * is in runtime version of libvirt.
- */
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK ($c_name);
-END
- }
-
- # Generate the internals of the function.
- print F (gen_c_code ($sig, $c_name));
-
- # Finish off weak #ifdef.
- if ($is_weak) {
- print F <<END;
-#endif
-END
- }
-
- # Finish off the function.
- print F <<END;
-}
-
-END
-}
-
-#----------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-# Unimplemented functions.
-
-if (@unimplemented) {
- printf "$0: warning: %d unimplemented functions\n", scalar (@unimplemented);
-
- print F <<'END';
-/* The following functions are unimplemented and always fail.
- * See generator.pl '@unimplemented'
- */
-
-END
-
- foreach my $c_external_name (@unimplemented) {
- print F <<END;
-CAMLprim value
-$c_external_name ()
-{
- failwith ("$c_external_name is unimplemented");
-}
-
-END
- } # end foreach
-} # end if @unimplemented
-
-#----------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-# Write the epilogue.
-
-print F <<'END';
-#include "libvirt_c_epilogue.c"
-
-/* EOF */
-END
-
-close F;
-print "$0: written $filename\n"
-
diff --git a/libvirt/libvirt.ml b/libvirt/libvirt.ml
deleted file mode 100644
index aefc6c4..0000000
--- a/libvirt/libvirt.ml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,522 +0,0 @@
-(* OCaml bindings for libvirt.
- (C) Copyright 2007 Richard W.M. Jones, Red Hat Inc.
- http://libvirt.org/
-
- This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
- modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public
- License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either
- version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
-
- This library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
- but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
- MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU
- Lesser General Public License for more details.
-
- You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public
- License along with this library; if not, write to the Free Software
- Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA
-*)
-
-type uuid = string
-
-type xml = string
-
-type filename = string
-
-external get_version : ?driver:string -> unit -> int * int = "ocaml_libvirt_get_version"
-
-let uuid_length = 16
-let uuid_string_length = 36
-
-(* http://caml.inria.fr/pub/ml-archives/caml-list/2004/07/80683af867cce6bf8fff273973f70c95.en.html *)
-type rw = [`R|`W]
-type ro = [`R]
-
-type ('a, 'b) job_t
-
-module Connect =
-struct
- type 'rw t
-
- type node_info = {
- model : string;
- memory : int64;
- cpus : int;
- mhz : int;
- nodes : int;
- sockets : int;
- cores : int;
- threads : int;
- }
-
- external connect : ?name:string -> unit -> rw t = "ocaml_libvirt_connect_open"
- external connect_readonly : ?name:string -> unit -> ro t = "ocaml_libvirt_connect_open_readonly"
- external close : [>`R] t -> unit = "ocaml_libvirt_connect_close"
- external get_type : [>`R] t -> string = "ocaml_libvirt_connect_get_type"
- external get_version : [>`R] t -> int = "ocaml_libvirt_connect_get_version"
- external get_hostname : [>`R] t -> string = "ocaml_libvirt_connect_get_hostname"
- external get_uri : [>`R] t -> string = "ocaml_libvirt_connect_get_uri"
- external get_max_vcpus : [>`R] t -> ?type_:string -> unit -> int = "ocaml_libvirt_connect_get_max_vcpus"
- external list_domains : [>`R] t -> int -> int array = "ocaml_libvirt_connect_list_domains"
- external num_of_domains : [>`R] t -> int = "ocaml_libvirt_connect_num_of_domains"
- external get_capabilities : [>`R] t -> xml = "ocaml_libvirt_connect_get_capabilities"
- external num_of_defined_domains : [>`R] t -> int = "ocaml_libvirt_connect_num_of_defined_domains"
- external list_defined_domains : [>`R] t -> int -> string array = "ocaml_libvirt_connect_list_defined_domains"
- external num_of_networks : [>`R] t -> int = "ocaml_libvirt_connect_num_of_networks"
- external list_networks : [>`R] t -> int -> string array = "ocaml_libvirt_connect_list_networks"
- external num_of_defined_networks : [>`R] t -> int = "ocaml_libvirt_connect_num_of_defined_networks"
- external list_defined_networks : [>`R] t -> int -> string array = "ocaml_libvirt_connect_list_defined_networks"
- external num_of_pools : [>`R] t -> int = "ocaml_libvirt_connect_num_of_storage_pools"
- external list_pools : [>`R] t -> int -> string array = "ocaml_libvirt_connect_list_storage_pools"
- external num_of_defined_pools : [>`R] t -> int = "ocaml_libvirt_connect_num_of_defined_storage_pools"
- external list_defined_pools : [>`R] t -> int -> string array = "ocaml_libvirt_connect_list_defined_storage_pools"
-
- external get_node_info : [>`R] t -> node_info = "ocaml_libvirt_connect_get_node_info"
- external node_get_free_memory : [> `R] t -> int64 = "ocaml_libvirt_connect_node_get_free_memory"
- external node_get_cells_free_memory : [> `R] t -> int -> int -> int64 array = "ocaml_libvirt_connect_node_get_cells_free_memory"
-
- (* See VIR_NODEINFO_MAXCPUS macro defined in <libvirt.h>. *)
- let maxcpus_of_node_info { nodes = nodes; sockets = sockets;
- cores = cores; threads = threads } =
- nodes * sockets * cores * threads
-
- (* See VIR_CPU_MAPLEN macro defined in <libvirt.h>. *)
- let cpumaplen nr_cpus =
- (nr_cpus + 7) / 8
-
- (* See VIR_USE_CPU, VIR_UNUSE_CPU, VIR_CPU_USABLE macros defined in <libvirt.h>. *)
- let use_cpu cpumap cpu =
- cpumap.[cpu/8] <-
- Char.chr (Char.code cpumap.[cpu/8] lor (1 lsl (cpu mod 8)))
- let unuse_cpu cpumap cpu =
- cpumap.[cpu/8] <-
- Char.chr (Char.code cpumap.[cpu/8] land (lnot (1 lsl (cpu mod 8))))
- let cpu_usable cpumaps maplen vcpu cpu =
- Char.code cpumaps.[vcpu*maplen + cpu/8] land (1 lsl (cpu mod 8)) <> 0
-
- external const : [>`R] t -> ro t = "%identity"
-end
-
-module Domain =
-struct
- type 'rw t
-
- type state =
- | InfoNoState | InfoRunning | InfoBlocked | InfoPaused
- | InfoShutdown | InfoShutoff | InfoCrashed
-
- type info = {
- state : state;
- max_mem : int64;
- memory : int64;
- nr_virt_cpu : int;
- cpu_time : int64;
- }
-
- type vcpu_state = VcpuOffline | VcpuRunning | VcpuBlocked
-
- type vcpu_info = {
- number : int;
- vcpu_state : vcpu_state;
- vcpu_time : int64;
- cpu : int;
- }
-
- type sched_param = string * sched_param_value
- and sched_param_value =
- | SchedFieldInt32 of int32 | SchedFieldUInt32 of int32
- | SchedFieldInt64 of int64 | SchedFieldUInt64 of int64
- | SchedFieldFloat of float | SchedFieldBool of bool
-
- type migrate_flag = Live
-
- type block_stats = {
- rd_req : int64;
- rd_bytes : int64;
- wr_req : int64;
- wr_bytes : int64;
- errs : int64;
- }
-
- type interface_stats = {
- rx_bytes : int64;
- rx_packets : int64;
- rx_errs : int64;
- rx_drop : int64;
- tx_bytes : int64;
- tx_packets : int64;
- tx_errs : int64;
- tx_drop : int64;
- }
-
- external create_linux : [>`W] Connect.t -> xml -> rw t = "ocaml_libvirt_domain_create_linux"
- external create_linux_job : [>`W] Connect.t -> xml -> ([`Domain], rw) job_t = "ocaml_libvirt_domain_create_linux_job"
- external lookup_by_id : 'a Connect.t -> int -> 'a t = "ocaml_libvirt_domain_lookup_by_id"
- external lookup_by_uuid : 'a Connect.t -> uuid -> 'a t = "ocaml_libvirt_domain_lookup_by_uuid"
- external lookup_by_uuid_string : 'a Connect.t -> string -> 'a t = "ocaml_libvirt_domain_lookup_by_uuid_string"
- external lookup_by_name : 'a Connect.t -> string -> 'a t = "ocaml_libvirt_domain_lookup_by_name"
- external destroy : [>`W] t -> unit = "ocaml_libvirt_domain_destroy"
- external free : [>`R] t -> unit = "ocaml_libvirt_domain_free"
- external suspend : [>`W] t -> unit = "ocaml_libvirt_domain_suspend"
- external resume : [>`W] t -> unit = "ocaml_libvirt_domain_resume"
- external save : [>`W] t -> filename -> unit = "ocaml_libvirt_domain_save"
- external save_job : [>`W] t -> filename -> ([`Domain_nocreate], rw) job_t = "ocaml_libvirt_domain_save_job"
- external restore : [>`W] Connect.t -> filename -> unit = "ocaml_libvirt_domain_restore"
- external restore_job : [>`W] Connect.t -> filename -> ([`Domain_nocreate], rw) job_t = "ocaml_libvirt_domain_restore_job"
- external core_dump : [>`W] t -> filename -> unit = "ocaml_libvirt_domain_core_dump"
- external core_dump_job : [>`W] t -> filename -> ([`Domain_nocreate], rw) job_t = "ocaml_libvirt_domain_core_dump_job"
- external shutdown : [>`W] t -> unit = "ocaml_libvirt_domain_shutdown"
- external reboot : [>`W] t -> unit = "ocaml_libvirt_domain_reboot"
- external get_name : [>`R] t -> string = "ocaml_libvirt_domain_get_name"
- external get_uuid : [>`R] t -> uuid = "ocaml_libvirt_domain_get_uuid"
- external get_uuid_string : [>`R] t -> string = "ocaml_libvirt_domain_get_uuid_string"
- external get_id : [>`R] t -> int = "ocaml_libvirt_domain_get_id"
- external get_os_type : [>`R] t -> string = "ocaml_libvirt_domain_get_os_type"
- external get_max_memory : [>`R] t -> int64 = "ocaml_libvirt_domain_get_max_memory"
- external set_max_memory : [>`W] t -> int64 -> unit = "ocaml_libvirt_domain_set_max_memory"
- external set_memory : [>`W] t -> int64 -> unit = "ocaml_libvirt_domain_set_memory"
- external get_info : [>`R] t -> info = "ocaml_libvirt_domain_get_info"
- external get_xml_desc : [>`R] t -> xml = "ocaml_libvirt_domain_get_xml_desc"
- external get_scheduler_type : [>`R] t -> string * int = "ocaml_libvirt_domain_get_scheduler_type"
- external get_scheduler_parameters : [>`R] t -> int -> sched_param array = "ocaml_libvirt_domain_get_scheduler_parameters"
- external set_scheduler_parameters : [>`W] t -> sched_param array -> unit = "ocaml_libvirt_domain_set_scheduler_parameters"
- external define_xml : [>`W] Connect.t -> xml -> rw t = "ocaml_libvirt_domain_define_xml"
- external undefine : [>`W] t -> unit = "ocaml_libvirt_domain_undefine"
- external create : [>`W] t -> unit = "ocaml_libvirt_domain_create"
- external create_job : [>`W] t -> ([`Domain_nocreate], rw) job_t = "ocaml_libvirt_domain_create_job"
- external get_autostart : [>`R] t -> bool = "ocaml_libvirt_domain_get_autostart"
- external set_autostart : [>`W] t -> bool -> unit = "ocaml_libvirt_domain_set_autostart"
- external set_vcpus : [>`W] t -> int -> unit = "ocaml_libvirt_domain_set_vcpus"
- external pin_vcpu : [>`W] t -> int -> string -> unit = "ocaml_libvirt_domain_pin_vcpu"
- external get_vcpus : [>`R] t -> int -> int -> int * vcpu_info array * string = "ocaml_libvirt_domain_get_vcpus"
- external get_max_vcpus : [>`R] t -> int = "ocaml_libvirt_domain_get_max_vcpus"
- external attach_device : [>`W] t -> xml -> unit = "ocaml_libvirt_domain_attach_device"
- external detach_device : [>`W] t -> xml -> unit = "ocaml_libvirt_domain_detach_device"
- external migrate : [>`W] t -> [>`W] Connect.t -> migrate_flag list -> ?dname:string -> ?uri:string -> ?bandwidth:int -> unit -> rw t = "ocaml_libvirt_domain_migrate_bytecode" "ocaml_libvirt_domain_migrate_native"
- external block_stats : [>`R] t -> string -> block_stats = "ocaml_libvirt_domain_block_stats"
- external interface_stats : [>`R] t -> string -> interface_stats = "ocaml_libvirt_domain_interface_stats"
-
- external const : [>`R] t -> ro t = "%identity"
-end
-
-module Network =
-struct
- type 'rw t
-
- external lookup_by_name : 'a Connect.t -> string -> 'a t = "ocaml_libvirt_network_lookup_by_name"
- external lookup_by_uuid : 'a Connect.t -> uuid -> 'a t = "ocaml_libvirt_network_lookup_by_uuid"
- external lookup_by_uuid_string : 'a Connect.t -> string -> 'a t = "ocaml_libvirt_network_lookup_by_uuid_string"
- external create_xml : [>`W] Connect.t -> xml -> rw t = "ocaml_libvirt_network_create_xml"
- external create_xml_job : [>`W] Connect.t -> xml -> ([`Network], rw) job_t = "ocaml_libvirt_network_create_xml_job"
- external define_xml : [>`W] Connect.t -> xml -> rw t = "ocaml_libvirt_network_define_xml"
- external undefine : [>`W] t -> unit = "ocaml_libvirt_network_undefine"
- external create : [>`W] t -> unit = "ocaml_libvirt_network_create"
- external create_job : [>`W] t -> ([`Network_nocreate], rw) job_t = "ocaml_libvirt_network_create_job"
- external destroy : [>`W] t -> unit = "ocaml_libvirt_network_destroy"
- external free : [>`R] t -> unit = "ocaml_libvirt_network_free"
- external get_name : [>`R] t -> string = "ocaml_libvirt_network_get_name"
- external get_uuid : [>`R] t -> uuid = "ocaml_libvirt_network_get_uuid"
- external get_uuid_string : [>`R] t -> string = "ocaml_libvirt_network_get_uuid_string"
- external get_xml_desc : [>`R] t -> xml = "ocaml_libvirt_network_get_xml_desc"
- external get_bridge_name : [>`R] t -> string = "ocaml_libvirt_network_get_bridge_name"
- external get_autostart : [>`R] t -> bool = "ocaml_libvirt_network_get_autostart"
- external set_autostart : [>`W] t -> bool -> unit = "ocaml_libvirt_network_set_autostart"
-
- external const : [>`R] t -> ro t = "%identity"
-end
-
-module Pool =
-struct
- type 'rw t
- type pool_state = Inactive | Building | Running | Degraded
- type pool_build_flags = New | Repair | Resize
- type pool_delete_flags = Normal | Zeroed
- type pool_info = {
- state : pool_state;
- capacity : int64;
- allocation : int64;
- available : int64;
- }
-
- external lookup_by_name : 'a Connect.t -> string -> 'a t = "ocaml_libvirt_storage_pool_lookup_by_name"
- external lookup_by_uuid : 'a Connect.t -> uuid -> 'a t = "ocaml_libvirt_storage_pool_lookup_by_uuid"
- external lookup_by_uuid_string : 'a Connect.t -> string -> 'a t = "ocaml_libvirt_storage_pool_lookup_by_uuid_string"
- external create_xml : [>`W] Connect.t -> xml -> rw t = "ocaml_libvirt_storage_pool_create_xml"
- external define_xml : [>`W] Connect.t -> xml -> rw t = "ocaml_libvirt_storage_pool_define_xml"
- external build : [>`W] t -> pool_build_flags -> unit = "ocaml_libvirt_storage_pool_build"
- external undefine : [>`W] t -> unit = "ocaml_libvirt_storage_pool_undefine"
- external create : [>`W] t -> unit = "ocaml_libvirt_storage_pool_create"
- external destroy : [>`W] t -> unit = "ocaml_libvirt_storage_pool_destroy"
- external delete : [>`W] t -> unit = "ocaml_libvirt_storage_pool_delete"
- external free : [>`R] t -> unit = "ocaml_libvirt_storage_pool_free"
- external refresh : [`R] t -> unit = "ocaml_libvirt_storage_pool_refresh"
- external get_name : [`R] t -> string = "ocaml_libvirt_storage_pool_get_name"
- external get_uuid : [`R] t -> uuid = "ocaml_libvirt_storage_pool_get_uuid"
- external get_uuid_string : [`R] t -> string = "ocaml_libvirt_storage_pool_get_uuid_string"
- external get_info : [`R] t -> pool_info = "ocaml_libvirt_storage_pool_get_info"
- external get_xml_desc : [`R] t -> xml = "ocaml_libvirt_storage_pool_get_xml_desc"
- external get_autostart : [`R] t -> bool = "ocaml_libvirt_storage_pool_get_autostart"
- external set_autostart : [`W] t -> bool -> unit = "ocaml_libvirt_storage_pool_set_autostart"
- external num_of_volumes : [`R] t -> int = "ocaml_libvirt_storage_pool_num_of_volumes"
- external list_volumes : [`R] t -> int -> string array = "ocaml_libvirt_storage_pool_list_volumes"
- external const : [>`R] t -> ro t = "%identity"
-end
-
-module Volume =
-struct
- type 'rw t
- type vol_type = File | Block
- type vol_delete_flags = Normal | Zeroed
- type vol_info = {
- typ : vol_type;
- capacity : int64;
- allocation : int64;
- }
-
- external lookup_by_name : 'a Pool.t -> string -> 'a t = "ocaml_libvirt_storage_vol_lookup_by_name"
- external lookup_by_key : 'a Connect.t -> string -> 'a t = "ocaml_libvirt_storage_vol_lookup_by_key"
- external lookup_by_path : 'a Connect.t -> string -> 'a t = "ocaml_libvirt_storage_vol_lookup_by_path"
- external pool_of_volume : 'a t -> 'a Pool.t = "ocaml_libvirt_storage_pool_lookup_by_volume"
- external get_name : [`R] t -> string = "ocaml_libvirt_storage_vol_get_name"
- external get_key : [`R] t -> string = "ocaml_libvirt_storage_vol_get_key"
- external get_path : [`R] t -> string = "ocaml_libvirt_storage_vol_get_path"
- external get_info : [`R] t -> vol_info = "ocaml_libvirt_storage_vol_get_info"
- external get_xml_desc : [`R] t -> xml = "ocaml_libvirt_storage_vol_get_xml_desc"
- external create_xml : [`W] Pool.t -> xml -> unit = "ocaml_libvirt_storage_vol_create_xml"
- external delete : [`W] t -> unit = "ocaml_libvirt_storage_vol_delete"
- external free : [>`R] t -> unit = "ocaml_libvirt_storage_vol_free"
- external const : [>`R] t -> ro t = "%identity"
-end
-
-module Job =
-struct
- type ('jobclass, 'rw) t = ('jobclass, 'rw) job_t
- type job_type = Bounded | Unbounded
- type job_state = Running | Complete | Failed | Cancelled
- type job_info = {
- typ : job_type;
- state : job_state;
- running_time : int;
- remaining_time : int;
- percent_complete : int
- }
- external get_info : ('a,'b) t -> job_info = "ocaml_libvirt_job_get_info"
- external get_domain : ([`Domain], 'a) t -> 'a Domain.t = "ocaml_libvirt_job_get_domain"
- external get_network : ([`Network], 'a) t -> 'a Network.t = "ocaml_libvirt_job_get_network"
- external cancel : ('a,'b) t -> unit = "ocaml_libvirt_job_cancel"
- external free : ('a, [>`R]) t -> unit = "ocaml_libvirt_job_free"
- external const : ('a, [>`R]) t -> ('a, ro) t = "%identity"
-end
-
-module Virterror =
-struct
- type code =
- | VIR_ERR_OK
- | VIR_ERR_INTERNAL_ERROR
- | VIR_ERR_NO_MEMORY
- | VIR_ERR_NO_SUPPORT
- | VIR_ERR_UNKNOWN_HOST
- | VIR_ERR_NO_CONNECT
- | VIR_ERR_INVALID_CONN
- | VIR_ERR_INVALID_DOMAIN
- | VIR_ERR_INVALID_ARG
- | VIR_ERR_OPERATION_FAILED
- | VIR_ERR_GET_FAILED
- | VIR_ERR_POST_FAILED
- | VIR_ERR_HTTP_ERROR
- | VIR_ERR_SEXPR_SERIAL
- | VIR_ERR_NO_XEN
- | VIR_ERR_XEN_CALL
- | VIR_ERR_OS_TYPE
- | VIR_ERR_NO_KERNEL
- | VIR_ERR_NO_ROOT
- | VIR_ERR_NO_SOURCE
- | VIR_ERR_NO_TARGET
- | VIR_ERR_NO_NAME
- | VIR_ERR_NO_OS
- | VIR_ERR_NO_DEVICE
- | VIR_ERR_NO_XENSTORE
- | VIR_ERR_DRIVER_FULL
- | VIR_ERR_CALL_FAILED
- | VIR_ERR_XML_ERROR
- | VIR_ERR_DOM_EXIST
- | VIR_ERR_OPERATION_DENIED
- | VIR_ERR_OPEN_FAILED
- | VIR_ERR_READ_FAILED
- | VIR_ERR_PARSE_FAILED
- | VIR_ERR_CONF_SYNTAX
- | VIR_ERR_WRITE_FAILED
- | VIR_ERR_XML_DETAIL
- | VIR_ERR_INVALID_NETWORK
- | VIR_ERR_NETWORK_EXIST
- | VIR_ERR_SYSTEM_ERROR
- | VIR_ERR_RPC
- | VIR_ERR_GNUTLS_ERROR
- | VIR_WAR_NO_NETWORK
- | VIR_ERR_NO_DOMAIN
- | VIR_ERR_NO_NETWORK
- | VIR_ERR_INVALID_MAC
- | VIR_ERR_AUTH_FAILED
- | VIR_ERR_INVALID_STORAGE_POOL
- | VIR_ERR_INVALID_STORAGE_VOL
- | VIR_WAR_NO_STORAGE
- | VIR_ERR_NO_STORAGE_POOL
- | VIR_ERR_NO_STORAGE_VOL
- | VIR_ERR_UNKNOWN of int
-
- let string_of_code = function
- | VIR_ERR_OK -> "VIR_ERR_OK"
- | VIR_ERR_INTERNAL_ERROR -> "VIR_ERR_INTERNAL_ERROR"
- | VIR_ERR_NO_MEMORY -> "VIR_ERR_NO_MEMORY"
- | VIR_ERR_NO_SUPPORT -> "VIR_ERR_NO_SUPPORT"
- | VIR_ERR_UNKNOWN_HOST -> "VIR_ERR_UNKNOWN_HOST"
- | VIR_ERR_NO_CONNECT -> "VIR_ERR_NO_CONNECT"
- | VIR_ERR_INVALID_CONN -> "VIR_ERR_INVALID_CONN"
- | VIR_ERR_INVALID_DOMAIN -> "VIR_ERR_INVALID_DOMAIN"
- | VIR_ERR_INVALID_ARG -> "VIR_ERR_INVALID_ARG"
- | VIR_ERR_OPERATION_FAILED -> "VIR_ERR_OPERATION_FAILED"
- | VIR_ERR_GET_FAILED -> "VIR_ERR_GET_FAILED"
- | VIR_ERR_POST_FAILED -> "VIR_ERR_POST_FAILED"
- | VIR_ERR_HTTP_ERROR -> "VIR_ERR_HTTP_ERROR"
- | VIR_ERR_SEXPR_SERIAL -> "VIR_ERR_SEXPR_SERIAL"
- | VIR_ERR_NO_XEN -> "VIR_ERR_NO_XEN"
- | VIR_ERR_XEN_CALL -> "VIR_ERR_XEN_CALL"
- | VIR_ERR_OS_TYPE -> "VIR_ERR_OS_TYPE"
- | VIR_ERR_NO_KERNEL -> "VIR_ERR_NO_KERNEL"
- | VIR_ERR_NO_ROOT -> "VIR_ERR_NO_ROOT"
- | VIR_ERR_NO_SOURCE -> "VIR_ERR_NO_SOURCE"
- | VIR_ERR_NO_TARGET -> "VIR_ERR_NO_TARGET"
- | VIR_ERR_NO_NAME -> "VIR_ERR_NO_NAME"
- | VIR_ERR_NO_OS -> "VIR_ERR_NO_OS"
- | VIR_ERR_NO_DEVICE -> "VIR_ERR_NO_DEVICE"
- | VIR_ERR_NO_XENSTORE -> "VIR_ERR_NO_XENSTORE"
- | VIR_ERR_DRIVER_FULL -> "VIR_ERR_DRIVER_FULL"
- | VIR_ERR_CALL_FAILED -> "VIR_ERR_CALL_FAILED"
- | VIR_ERR_XML_ERROR -> "VIR_ERR_XML_ERROR"
- | VIR_ERR_DOM_EXIST -> "VIR_ERR_DOM_EXIST"
- | VIR_ERR_OPERATION_DENIED -> "VIR_ERR_OPERATION_DENIED"
- | VIR_ERR_OPEN_FAILED -> "VIR_ERR_OPEN_FAILED"
- | VIR_ERR_READ_FAILED -> "VIR_ERR_READ_FAILED"
- | VIR_ERR_PARSE_FAILED -> "VIR_ERR_PARSE_FAILED"
- | VIR_ERR_CONF_SYNTAX -> "VIR_ERR_CONF_SYNTAX"
- | VIR_ERR_WRITE_FAILED -> "VIR_ERR_WRITE_FAILED"
- | VIR_ERR_XML_DETAIL -> "VIR_ERR_XML_DETAIL"
- | VIR_ERR_INVALID_NETWORK -> "VIR_ERR_INVALID_NETWORK"
- | VIR_ERR_NETWORK_EXIST -> "VIR_ERR_NETWORK_EXIST"
- | VIR_ERR_SYSTEM_ERROR -> "VIR_ERR_SYSTEM_ERROR"
- | VIR_ERR_RPC -> "VIR_ERR_RPC"
- | VIR_ERR_GNUTLS_ERROR -> "VIR_ERR_GNUTLS_ERROR"
- | VIR_WAR_NO_NETWORK -> "VIR_WAR_NO_NETWORK"
- | VIR_ERR_NO_DOMAIN -> "VIR_ERR_NO_DOMAIN"
- | VIR_ERR_NO_NETWORK -> "VIR_ERR_NO_NETWORK"
- | VIR_ERR_INVALID_MAC -> "VIR_ERR_INVALID_MAC"
- | VIR_ERR_AUTH_FAILED -> "VIR_ERR_AUTH_FAILED"
- | VIR_ERR_INVALID_STORAGE_POOL -> "VIR_ERR_INVALID_STORAGE_POOL"
- | VIR_ERR_INVALID_STORAGE_VOL -> "VIR_ERR_INVALID_STORAGE_VOL"
- | VIR_WAR_NO_STORAGE -> "VIR_WAR_NO_STORAGE"
- | VIR_ERR_NO_STORAGE_POOL -> "VIR_ERR_NO_STORAGE_POOL"
- | VIR_ERR_NO_STORAGE_VOL -> "VIR_ERR_NO_STORAGE_VOL"
- | VIR_ERR_UNKNOWN i -> "VIR_ERR_" ^ string_of_int i
-
- type domain =
- | VIR_FROM_NONE
- | VIR_FROM_XEN
- | VIR_FROM_XEND
- | VIR_FROM_XENSTORE
- | VIR_FROM_SEXPR
- | VIR_FROM_XML
- | VIR_FROM_DOM
- | VIR_FROM_RPC
- | VIR_FROM_PROXY
- | VIR_FROM_CONF
- | VIR_FROM_QEMU
- | VIR_FROM_NET
- | VIR_FROM_TEST
- | VIR_FROM_REMOTE
- | VIR_FROM_OPENVZ
- | VIR_FROM_XENXM
- | VIR_FROM_STATS_LINUX
- | VIR_FROM_STORAGE
- | VIR_FROM_UNKNOWN of int
-
- let string_of_domain = function
- | VIR_FROM_NONE -> "VIR_FROM_NONE"
- | VIR_FROM_XEN -> "VIR_FROM_XEN"
- | VIR_FROM_XEND -> "VIR_FROM_XEND"
- | VIR_FROM_XENSTORE -> "VIR_FROM_XENSTORE"
- | VIR_FROM_SEXPR -> "VIR_FROM_SEXPR"
- | VIR_FROM_XML -> "VIR_FROM_XML"
- | VIR_FROM_DOM -> "VIR_FROM_DOM"
- | VIR_FROM_RPC -> "VIR_FROM_RPC"
- | VIR_FROM_PROXY -> "VIR_FROM_PROXY"
- | VIR_FROM_CONF -> "VIR_FROM_CONF"
- | VIR_FROM_QEMU -> "VIR_FROM_QEMU"
- | VIR_FROM_NET -> "VIR_FROM_NET"
- | VIR_FROM_TEST -> "VIR_FROM_TEST"
- | VIR_FROM_REMOTE -> "VIR_FROM_REMOTE"
- | VIR_FROM_OPENVZ -> "VIR_FROM_OPENVZ"
- | VIR_FROM_XENXM -> "VIR_FROM_XENXM"
- | VIR_FROM_STATS_LINUX -> "VIR_FROM_STATS_LINUX"
- | VIR_FROM_STORAGE -> "VIR_FROM_STORAGE"
- | VIR_FROM_UNKNOWN i -> "VIR_FROM_" ^ string_of_int i
-
- type level =
- | VIR_ERR_NONE
- | VIR_ERR_WARNING
- | VIR_ERR_ERROR
- | VIR_ERR_UNKNOWN_LEVEL of int
-
- let string_of_level = function
- | VIR_ERR_NONE -> "VIR_ERR_NONE"
- | VIR_ERR_WARNING -> "VIR_ERR_WARNING"
- | VIR_ERR_ERROR -> "VIR_ERR_ERROR"
- | VIR_ERR_UNKNOWN_LEVEL i -> "VIR_ERR_LEVEL_" ^ string_of_int i
-
- type t = {
- code : code;
- domain : domain;
- message : string option;
- level : level;
- conn : ro Connect.t option;
- dom : ro Domain.t option;
- str1 : string option;
- str2 : string option;
- str3 : string option;
- int1 : int32;
- int2 : int32;
- net : ro Network.t option;
- }
-
- let to_string { code = code; domain = domain; message = message } =
- let buf = Buffer.create 128 in
- Buffer.add_string buf "libvirt: ";
- Buffer.add_string buf (string_of_code code);
- Buffer.add_string buf ": ";
- Buffer.add_string buf (string_of_domain domain);
- Buffer.add_string buf ": ";
- (match message with Some msg -> Buffer.add_string buf msg | None -> ());
- Buffer.contents buf
-
- external get_last_error : unit -> t option = "ocaml_libvirt_virterror_get_last_error"
- external get_last_conn_error : [>`R] Connect.t -> t option = "ocaml_libvirt_virterror_get_last_conn_error"
- external reset_last_error : unit -> unit = "ocaml_libvirt_virterror_reset_last_error"
- external reset_last_conn_error : [>`R] Connect.t -> unit = "ocaml_libvirt_virterror_reset_last_conn_error"
-
- let no_error () =
- { code = VIR_ERR_OK; domain = VIR_FROM_NONE; message = None;
- level = VIR_ERR_NONE; conn = None; dom = None;
- str1 = None; str2 = None; str3 = None;
- int1 = 0_l; int2 = 0_l; net = None }
-end
-
-exception Virterror of Virterror.t
-exception Not_supported of string
-
-(* Initialization. *)
-external c_init : unit -> unit = "ocaml_libvirt_init"
-let () =
- Callback.register_exception
- "ocaml_libvirt_virterror" (Virterror (Virterror.no_error ()));
- Callback.register_exception
- "ocaml_libvirt_not_supported" (Not_supported "");
- c_init ()
diff --git a/libvirt/libvirt.mli b/libvirt/libvirt.mli
deleted file mode 100644
index af372af..0000000
--- a/libvirt/libvirt.mli
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,994 +0,0 @@
-(** OCaml bindings for libvirt. *)
-(* (C) Copyright 2007 Richard W.M. Jones, Red Hat Inc.
- http://libvirt.org/
-
- This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
- modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public
- License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either
- version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
-
- This library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
- but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
- MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU
- Lesser General Public License for more details.
-
- You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public
- License along with this library; if not, write to the Free Software
- Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA
-*)
-
-(**
- {2 Introduction and examples}
-
- This is a set of bindings for writing OCaml programs to
- manage virtual machines through {{:http://libvirt.org/}libvirt}.
-
- {3 Using libvirt interactively}
-
- Using the interactive toplevel:
-
-{v
-$ ocaml -I +libvirt
- Objective Caml version 3.10.0
-
-# #load "unix.cma";;
-# #load "mllibvirt.cma";;
-# let name = "test:///default";;
-val name : string = "test:///default"
-# let conn = Libvirt.Connect.connect_readonly ~name () ;;
-val conn : Libvirt.ro Libvirt.Connect.t = <abstr>
-# Libvirt.Connect.get_node_info conn;;
- : Libvirt.Connect.node_info =
-{Libvirt.Connect.model = "i686"; Libvirt.Connect.memory = 3145728L;
- Libvirt.Connect.cpus = 16; Libvirt.Connect.mhz = 1400;
- Libvirt.Connect.nodes = 2; Libvirt.Connect.sockets = 2;
- Libvirt.Connect.cores = 2; Libvirt.Connect.threads = 2}
-v}
-
- {3 Compiling libvirt programs}
-
- This command compiles a program to native code:
-
-{v
-ocamlopt -I +libvirt mllibvirt.cmxa list_domains.ml -o list_domains
-v}
-
- {3 Example: Connect to the hypervisor}
-
- The main modules are {!Libvirt.Connect}, {!Libvirt.Domain} and
- {!Libvirt.Network} corresponding respectively to the
- {{:http://libvirt.org/html/libvirt-libvirt.html}virConnect*, virDomain* and virNetwork* functions from libvirt}.
- For brevity I usually rename these modules like this:
-
-{v
-module C = Libvirt.Connect
-module D = Libvirt.Domain
-module N = Libvirt.Network
-v}
-
- To get a connection handle, assuming a Xen hypervisor:
-
-{v
-let name = "xen:///"
-let conn = C.connect_readonly ~name ()
-v}
-
- {3 Example: List running domains}
-
-{v
-open Printf
-
-let n = C.num_of_domains conn in
-let ids = C.list_domains conn n in
-let domains = Array.map (D.lookup_by_id conn) ids in
-Array.iter (
- fun dom ->
- printf "%8d %s\n%!" (D.get_id dom) (D.get_name dom)
-) domains;
-v}
-
- {3 Example: List inactive domains}
-
-{v
-let n = C.num_of_defined_domains conn in
-let names = C.list_defined_domains conn n in
-Array.iter (
- fun name ->
- printf "inactive %s\n%!" name
-) names;
-v}
-
- {3 Example: Print node info}
-
-{v
-let node_info = C.get_node_info conn in
-printf "model = %s\n" node_info.C.model;
-printf "memory = %Ld K\n" node_info.C.memory;
-printf "cpus = %d\n" node_info.C.cpus;
-printf "mhz = %d\n" node_info.C.mhz;
-printf "nodes = %d\n" node_info.C.nodes;
-printf "sockets = %d\n" node_info.C.sockets;
-printf "cores = %d\n" node_info.C.cores;
-printf "threads = %d\n%!" node_info.C.threads;
-
-let hostname = C.get_hostname conn in
-printf "hostname = %s\n%!" hostname;
-
-let uri = C.get_uri conn in
-printf "uri = %s\n%!" uri
-v}
-
-*)
-
-
-(** {2 Programming issues}
-
- {3 General safety issues}
-
- Memory allocation / automatic garbage collection of all libvirt
- objects should be completely safe (except in the specific
- virterror case noted below). If you find any safety issues or if your
- pure OCaml program ever segfaults, please contact the author.
-
- You can force a libvirt object to be freed early by calling
- the [close] function on the object. This shouldn't affect
- the safety of garbage collection and should only be used when
- you want to explicitly free memory. Note that explicitly
- closing a connection object does nothing if there are still
- unclosed domain or network objects referencing it.
-
- Note that even though you hold open (eg) a domain object, that
- doesn't mean that the domain (virtual machine) actually exists.
- The domain could have been shut down or deleted by another user.
- Thus domain objects can through odd exceptions at any time.
- This is just the nature of virtualisation.
-
- Virterror has a specific design error which means that the
- objects embedded in a virterror exception message are only
- valid as long as the connection handle is still open. This
- is a design flaw in the C code of libvirt and we cannot fix
- or work around it in the OCaml bindings.
-
- {3 Backwards and forwards compatibility}
-
- OCaml-libvirt is backwards and forwards compatible with
- any libvirt >= 0.2.1. One consequence of this is that
- your program can dynamically link to a {i newer} version of
- libvirt than it was compiled with, and it should still
- work.
-
- When we link to an older version of libvirt.so, there may
- be missing functions. If ocaml-libvirt was compiled with
- gcc, then these are turned into OCaml {!Libvirt.Not_supported}
- exceptions.
-
- We don't support libvirt < 0.2.1, and never will so don't ask us.
-
- {3 Threads}
-
- You can issue multiple concurrent libvirt requests in
- different threads. However you must follow this rule:
- Each thread must have its own separate libvirt connection, {i or}
- you must implement your own mutex scheme to ensure that no
- two threads can ever make concurrent calls using the same
- libvirt connection.
-
- (Note that multithreaded code is not well tested. If you find
- bugs please report them.)
-
- {3 Initialisation}
-
- Libvirt requires all callers to call virInitialize before
- using the library. This is done automatically for you by
- these bindings when the program starts up, and we believe
- that the way this is done is safe.
-
- {2 Reference}
-*)
-
-type uuid = string
- (** This is a "raw" UUID, ie. a packed string of bytes. *)
-
-type xml = string
- (** Type of XML (an uninterpreted string of bytes). Use PXP, expat,
- xml-light, etc. if you want to do anything useful with the XML.
- *)
-
-type filename = string
- (** A filename. *)
-
-val get_version : ?driver:string -> unit -> int * int
- (** [get_version ()] returns the library version in the first part
- of the tuple, and [0] in the second part.
-
- [get_version ~driver ()] returns the library version in the first
- part of the tuple, and the version of the driver called [driver]
- in the second part.
-
- The version numbers are encoded as
- 1,000,000 * major + 1,000 * minor + release.
- *)
-
-val uuid_length : int
- (** Length of packed UUIDs. *)
-
-val uuid_string_length : int
- (** Length of UUID strings. *)
-
-type rw = [`R|`W]
-type ro = [`R]
- (** These
- {{:http://caml.inria.fr/pub/ml-archives/caml-list/2004/07/80683af867cce6bf8fff273973f70c95.en.html}phantom types}
- are used to ensure the type-safety of read-only
- versus read-write connections.
-
- All connection/domain/etc. objects are marked with
- a phantom read-write or read-only type, and trying to
- pass a read-only object into a function which could
- mutate the object will cause a compile time error.
-
- Each module provides a function like {!Libvirt.Connect.const}
- to demote a read-write object into a read-only object. The
- opposite operation is, of course, not allowed.
-
- If you want to handle both read-write and read-only
- connections at runtime, use a variant similar to this:
-{v
-type conn_t =
- | No_connection
- | Read_only of Libvirt.ro Libvirt.Connect.t
- | Read_write of Libvirt.rw Libvirt.Connect.t
-v}
- See also the source of [mlvirsh].
- *)
-
-type ('a, 'b) job_t
-(** Forward definition of {!Job.t} to avoid recursive module dependencies. *)
-
-(** {3 Connections} *)
-
-module Connect :
-sig
- type 'rw t
- (** Connection. Read-only connections have type [ro Connect.t] and
- read-write connections have type [rw Connect.t].
- *)
-
- type node_info = {
- model : string; (** CPU model *)
- memory : int64; (** memory size in kilobytes *)
- cpus : int; (** number of active CPUs *)
- mhz : int; (** expected CPU frequency *)
- nodes : int; (** number of NUMA nodes (1 = UMA) *)
- sockets : int; (** number of CPU sockets per node *)
- cores : int; (** number of cores per socket *)
- threads : int; (** number of threads per core *)
- }
-
- val connect : ?name:string -> unit -> rw t
- val connect_readonly : ?name:string -> unit -> ro t
- (** [connect ~name ()] connects to the hypervisor with URI [name].
-
- [connect ()] connects to the default hypervisor.
-
- [connect_readonly] is the same but connects in read-only mode.
- *)
-
- val close : [>`R] t -> unit
- (** [close conn] closes and frees the connection object in memory.
-
- The connection is automatically closed if it is garbage
- collected. This function just forces it to be closed
- and freed right away.
- *)
-
- val get_type : [>`R] t -> string
- (** Returns the name of the driver (hypervisor). *)
-
- val get_version : [>`R] t -> int
- (** Returns the driver version
- [major * 1_000_000 + minor * 1000 + release]
- *)
- val get_hostname : [>`R] t -> string
- (** Returns the hostname of the physical server. *)
- val get_uri : [>`R] t -> string
- (** Returns the canonical connection URI. *)
- val get_max_vcpus : [>`R] t -> ?type_:string -> unit -> int
- (** Returns the maximum number of virtual CPUs
- supported by a guest VM of a particular type. *)
- val list_domains : [>`R] t -> int -> int array
- (** [list_domains conn max] returns the running domain IDs,
- up to a maximum of [max] entries.
- Call {!num_of_domains} first to get a value for [max].
- *)
- val num_of_domains : [>`R] t -> int
- (** Returns the number of running domains. *)
- val get_capabilities : [>`R] t -> xml
- (** Returns the hypervisor capabilities (as XML). *)
- val num_of_defined_domains : [>`R] t -> int
- (** Returns the number of inactive (shutdown) domains. *)
- val list_defined_domains : [>`R] t -> int -> string array
- (** [list_defined_domains conn max]
- returns the names of the inactive domains, up to
- a maximum of [max] entries.
- Call {!num_of_defined_domains} first to get a value for [max].
- *)
- val num_of_networks : [>`R] t -> int
- (** Returns the number of networks. *)
- val list_networks : [>`R] t -> int -> string array
- (** [list_networks conn max]
- returns the names of the networks, up to a maximum
- of [max] entries.
- Call {!num_of_networks} first to get a value for [max].
- *)
- val num_of_defined_networks : [>`R] t -> int
- (** Returns the number of inactive networks. *)
- val list_defined_networks : [>`R] t -> int -> string array
- (** [list_defined_networks conn max]
- returns the names of the inactive networks, up to a maximum
- of [max] entries.
- Call {!num_of_defined_networks} first to get a value for [max].
- *)
-
- val num_of_pools : [>`R] t -> int
- (** Returns the number of storage pools. *)
- val list_pools : [>`R] t -> int -> string array
- (** Return list of storage pools. *)
- val num_of_defined_pools : [>`R] t -> int
- (** Returns the number of storage pools. *)
- val list_defined_pools : [>`R] t -> int -> string array
- (** Return list of storage pools. *)
-
- (* The name of this function is inconsistent, but the inconsistency
- * is really in libvirt itself.
- *)
- val get_node_info : [>`R] t -> node_info
- (** Return information about the physical server. *)
-
- val node_get_free_memory : [> `R] t -> int64
- (**
- [node_get_free_memory conn]
- returns the amount of free memory (not allocated to any guest)
- in the machine.
- *)
-
- val node_get_cells_free_memory : [> `R] t -> int -> int -> int64 array
- (**
- [node_get_cells_free_memory conn start max]
- returns the amount of free memory on each NUMA cell in kilobytes.
- [start] is the first cell for which we return free memory.
- [max] is the maximum number of cells for which we return free memory.
- Returns an array of up to [max] entries in length.
- *)
-
- val maxcpus_of_node_info : node_info -> int
- (** Calculate the total number of CPUs supported (but not necessarily
- active) in the host.
- *)
-
- val cpumaplen : int -> int
- (** Calculate the length (in bytes) required to store the complete
- CPU map between a single virtual and all physical CPUs of a domain.
- *)
-
- val use_cpu : string -> int -> unit
- (** [use_cpu cpumap cpu] marks [cpu] as usable in [cpumap]. *)
- val unuse_cpu : string -> int -> unit
- (** [unuse_cpu cpumap cpu] marks [cpu] as not usable in [cpumap]. *)
- val cpu_usable : string -> int -> int -> int -> bool
- (** [cpu_usable cpumaps maplen vcpu cpu] checks returns true iff the
- [cpu] is usable by [vcpu]. *)
-
- external const : [>`R] t -> ro t = "%identity"
- (** [const conn] turns a read/write connection into a read-only
- connection. Note that the opposite operation is impossible.
- *)
-end
- (** Module dealing with connections. [Connect.t] is the
- connection object. *)
-
-(** {3 Domains} *)
-
-module Domain :
-sig
- type 'rw t
- (** Domain handle. Read-only handles have type [ro Domain.t] and
- read-write handles have type [rw Domain.t].
- *)
-
- type state =
- | InfoNoState | InfoRunning | InfoBlocked | InfoPaused
- | InfoShutdown | InfoShutoff | InfoCrashed
-
- type info = {
- state : state; (** running state *)
- max_mem : int64; (** maximum memory in kilobytes *)
- memory : int64; (** memory used in kilobytes *)
- nr_virt_cpu : int; (** number of virtual CPUs *)
- cpu_time : int64; (** CPU time used in nanoseconds *)
- }
-
- type vcpu_state = VcpuOffline | VcpuRunning | VcpuBlocked
-
- type vcpu_info = {
- number : int; (** virtual CPU number *)
- vcpu_state : vcpu_state; (** state *)
- vcpu_time : int64; (** CPU time used in nanoseconds *)
- cpu : int; (** real CPU number, -1 if offline *)
- }
-
- type sched_param = string * sched_param_value
- and sched_param_value =
- | SchedFieldInt32 of int32 | SchedFieldUInt32 of int32
- | SchedFieldInt64 of int64 | SchedFieldUInt64 of int64
- | SchedFieldFloat of float | SchedFieldBool of bool
-
- type migrate_flag = Live
-
- type block_stats = {
- rd_req : int64;
- rd_bytes : int64;
- wr_req : int64;
- wr_bytes : int64;
- errs : int64;
- }
-
- type interface_stats = {
- rx_bytes : int64;
- rx_packets : int64;
- rx_errs : int64;
- rx_drop : int64;
- tx_bytes : int64;
- tx_packets : int64;
- tx_errs : int64;
- tx_drop : int64;
- }
-
- val create_linux : [>`W] Connect.t -> xml -> rw t
- (** Create a new guest domain (not necessarily a Linux one)
- from the given XML.
- *)
- val create_linux_job : [>`W] Connect.t -> xml -> ([`Domain], rw) job_t
- (** Asynchronous domain creation. *)
- val lookup_by_id : 'a Connect.t -> int -> 'a t
- (** Lookup a domain by ID. *)
- val lookup_by_uuid : 'a Connect.t -> uuid -> 'a t
- (** Lookup a domain by UUID. This uses the packed byte array UUID. *)
- val lookup_by_uuid_string : 'a Connect.t -> string -> 'a t
- (** Lookup a domain by (string) UUID. *)
- val lookup_by_name : 'a Connect.t -> string -> 'a t
- (** Lookup a domain by name. *)
- val destroy : [>`W] t -> unit
- (** Abruptly destroy a domain. *)
- val free : [>`R] t -> unit
- (** [free domain] frees the domain object in memory.
-
- The domain object is automatically freed if it is garbage
- collected. This function just forces it to be freed right
- away.
- *)
-
- val suspend : [>`W] t -> unit
- (** Suspend a domain. *)
- val resume : [>`W] t -> unit
- (** Resume a domain. *)
- val save : [>`W] t -> filename -> unit
- (** Suspend a domain, then save it to the file. *)
- val save_job : [>`W] t -> filename -> ([`Domain_nocreate], rw) job_t
- (** Asynchronous domain suspend. *)
- val restore : [>`W] Connect.t -> filename -> unit
- (** Restore a domain from a file. *)
- val restore_job : [>`W] Connect.t -> filename -> ([`Domain_nocreate], rw) job_t
- (** Asynchronous domain restore. *)
- val core_dump : [>`W] t -> filename -> unit
- (** Force a domain to core dump to the named file. *)
- val core_dump_job : [>`W] t -> filename -> ([`Domain_nocreate], rw) job_t
- (** Asynchronous core dump. *)
- val shutdown : [>`W] t -> unit
- (** Shutdown a domain. *)
- val reboot : [>`W] t -> unit
- (** Reboot a domain. *)
- val get_name : [>`R] t -> string
- (** Get the domain name. *)
- val get_uuid : [>`R] t -> uuid
- (** Get the domain UUID (as a packed byte array). *)
- val get_uuid_string : [>`R] t -> string
- (** Get the domain UUID (as a printable string). *)
- val get_id : [>`R] t -> int
- (** [getid dom] returns the ID of the domain.
-
- Do not call this on a defined but not running domain. Those
- domains don't have IDs, and you'll get an error here.
- *)
-
- val get_os_type : [>`R] t -> string
- (** Get the operating system type. *)
- val get_max_memory : [>`R] t -> int64
- (** Get the maximum memory allocation. *)
- val set_max_memory : [>`W] t -> int64 -> unit
- (** Set the maximum memory allocation. *)
- val set_memory : [>`W] t -> int64 -> unit
- (** Set the normal memory allocation. *)
- val get_info : [>`R] t -> info
- (** Get information about a domain. *)
- val get_xml_desc : [>`R] t -> xml
- (** Get the XML description of a domain. *)
- val get_scheduler_type : [>`R] t -> string * int
- (** Get the scheduler type. *)
- val get_scheduler_parameters : [>`R] t -> int -> sched_param array
- (** Get the array of scheduler parameters. *)
- val set_scheduler_parameters : [>`W] t -> sched_param array -> unit
- (** Set the array of scheduler parameters. *)
- val define_xml : [>`W] Connect.t -> xml -> rw t
- (** Define a new domain (but don't start it up) from the XML. *)
- val undefine : [>`W] t -> unit
- (** Undefine a domain - removes its configuration. *)
- val create : [>`W] t -> unit
- (** Launch a defined (inactive) domain. *)
- val create_job : [>`W] t -> ([`Domain_nocreate], rw) job_t
- (** Asynchronous launch domain. *)
- val get_autostart : [>`R] t -> bool
- (** Get the autostart flag for a domain. *)
- val set_autostart : [>`W] t -> bool -> unit
- (** Set the autostart flag for a domain. *)
- val set_vcpus : [>`W] t -> int -> unit
- (** Change the number of vCPUs available to a domain. *)
- val pin_vcpu : [>`W] t -> int -> string -> unit
- (** [pin_vcpu dom vcpu bitmap] pins a domain vCPU to a bitmap of physical
- CPUs. See the libvirt documentation for details of the
- layout of the bitmap. *)
- val get_vcpus : [>`R] t -> int -> int -> int * vcpu_info array * string
- (** [get_vcpus dom maxinfo maplen] returns the pinning information
- for a domain. See the libvirt documentation for details
- of the array and bitmap returned from this function.
- *)
- val get_max_vcpus : [>`R] t -> int
- (** Returns the maximum number of vCPUs supported for this domain. *)
- val attach_device : [>`W] t -> xml -> unit
- (** Attach a device (described by the device XML) to a domain. *)
- val detach_device : [>`W] t -> xml -> unit
- (** Detach a device (described by the device XML) from a domain. *)
-
- val migrate : [>`W] t -> [>`W] Connect.t -> migrate_flag list ->
- ?dname:string -> ?uri:string -> ?bandwidth:int -> unit -> rw t
- (** [migrate dom dconn flags ()] migrates a domain to a
- destination host described by [dconn].
-
- The optional flag [?dname] is used to rename the domain.
-
- The optional flag [?uri] is used to route the migration.
-
- The optional flag [?bandwidth] is used to limit the bandwidth
- used for migration (in Mbps). *)
-
- val block_stats : [>`R] t -> string -> block_stats
- (** Returns block device stats. *)
- val interface_stats : [>`R] t -> string -> interface_stats
- (** Returns network interface stats. *)
-
- external const : [>`R] t -> ro t = "%identity"
- (** [const dom] turns a read/write domain handle into a read-only
- domain handle. Note that the opposite operation is impossible.
- *)
-end
- (** Module dealing with domains. [Domain.t] is the
- domain object. *)
-
-(** {3 Networks} *)
-
-module Network :
-sig
- type 'rw t
- (** Network handle. Read-only handles have type [ro Network.t] and
- read-write handles have type [rw Network.t].
- *)
-
- val lookup_by_name : 'a Connect.t -> string -> 'a t
- (** Lookup a network by name. *)
- val lookup_by_uuid : 'a Connect.t -> uuid -> 'a t
- (** Lookup a network by (packed) UUID. *)
- val lookup_by_uuid_string : 'a Connect.t -> string -> 'a t
- (** Lookup a network by UUID string. *)
- val create_xml : [>`W] Connect.t -> xml -> rw t
- (** Create a network. *)
- val create_xml_job : [>`W] Connect.t -> xml -> ([`Network], rw) job_t
- (** Asynchronous create network. *)
- val define_xml : [>`W] Connect.t -> xml -> rw t
- (** Define but don't activate a network. *)
- val undefine : [>`W] t -> unit
- (** Undefine configuration of a network. *)
- val create : [>`W] t -> unit
- (** Start up a defined (inactive) network. *)
- val create_job : [>`W] t -> ([`Network_nocreate], rw) job_t
- (** Asynchronous start network. *)
- val destroy : [>`W] t -> unit
- (** Destroy a network. *)
- val free : [>`R] t -> unit
- (** [free network] frees the network object in memory.
-
- The network object is automatically freed if it is garbage
- collected. This function just forces it to be freed right
- away.
- *)
-
- val get_name : [>`R] t -> string
- (** Get network name. *)
- val get_uuid : [>`R] t -> uuid
- (** Get network packed UUID. *)
- val get_uuid_string : [>`R] t -> string
- (** Get network UUID as a printable string. *)
- val get_xml_desc : [>`R] t -> xml
- (** Get XML description of a network. *)
- val get_bridge_name : [>`R] t -> string
- (** Get bridge device name of a network. *)
- val get_autostart : [>`R] t -> bool
- (** Get the autostart flag for a network. *)
- val set_autostart : [>`W] t -> bool -> unit
- (** Set the autostart flag for a network. *)
-
- external const : [>`R] t -> ro t = "%identity"
- (** [const network] turns a read/write network handle into a read-only
- network handle. Note that the opposite operation is impossible.
- *)
-end
- (** Module dealing with networks. [Network.t] is the
- network object. *)
-
-(** {3 Storage pools} *)
-
-module Pool :
-sig
- type 'rw t
- (** Storage pool handle. *)
-
- type pool_state = Inactive | Building | Running | Degraded
- (** State of the storage pool. *)
-
- type pool_build_flags = New | Repair | Resize
- (** Flags for creating a storage pool. *)
-
- type pool_delete_flags = Normal | Zeroed
- (** Flags for deleting a storage pool. *)
-
- type pool_info = {
- state : pool_state; (** Pool state. *)
- capacity : int64; (** Logical size in bytes. *)
- allocation : int64; (** Currently allocated in bytes. *)
- available : int64; (** Remaining free space bytes. *)
- }
-
- val lookup_by_name : 'a Connect.t -> string -> 'a t
- val lookup_by_uuid : 'a Connect.t -> uuid -> 'a t
- val lookup_by_uuid_string : 'a Connect.t -> string -> 'a t
- (** Look up a storage pool by name, UUID or UUID string. *)
-
- val create_xml : [>`W] Connect.t -> xml -> rw t
- (** Create a storage pool. *)
- val define_xml : [>`W] Connect.t -> xml -> rw t
- (** Define but don't activate a storage pool. *)
- val build : [>`W] t -> pool_build_flags -> unit
- (** Build a storage pool. *)
- val undefine : [>`W] t -> unit
- (** Undefine configuration of a storage pool. *)
- val create : [>`W] t -> unit
- (** Start up a defined (inactive) storage pool. *)
- val destroy : [>`W] t -> unit
- (** Destroy a storage pool. *)
- val delete : [>`W] t -> unit
- (** Delete a storage pool. *)
- val free : [>`R] t -> unit
- (** Free a storage pool object in memory.
-
- The storage pool object is automatically freed if it is garbage
- collected. This function just forces it to be freed right
- away.
- *)
- val refresh : [`R] t -> unit
- (** Refresh the list of volumes in the storage pool. *)
-
- val get_name : [`R] t -> string
- (** Name of the pool. *)
- val get_uuid : [`R] t -> uuid
- (** Get the UUID (as a packed byte array). *)
- val get_uuid_string : [`R] t -> string
- (** Get the UUID (as a printable string). *)
- val get_info : [`R] t -> pool_info
- (** Get information about the pool. *)
- val get_xml_desc : [`R] t -> xml
- (** Get the XML description. *)
- val get_autostart : [`R] t -> bool
- (** Get the autostart flag for the storage pool. *)
- val set_autostart : [`W] t -> bool -> unit
- (** Set the autostart flag for the storage pool. *)
-
- val num_of_volumes : [`R] t -> int
- (** Returns the number of storage volumes within the storage pool. *)
- val list_volumes : [`R] t -> int -> string array
- (** Return list of storage volumes. *)
-
- external const : [>`R] t -> ro t = "%identity"
- (** [const conn] turns a read/write storage pool into a read-only
- pool. Note that the opposite operation is impossible.
- *)
-end
- (** Module dealing with storage pools. *)
-
-(** {3 Storage volumes} *)
-
-module Volume :
-sig
- type 'rw t
- (** Storage volume handle. *)
-
- type vol_type = File | Block
- (** Type of a storage volume. *)
-
- type vol_delete_flags = Normal | Zeroed
- (** Flags for deleting a storage volume. *)
-
- type vol_info = {
- typ : vol_type; (** Type of storage volume. *)
- capacity : int64; (** Logical size in bytes. *)
- allocation : int64; (** Currently allocated in bytes. *)
- }
-
- val lookup_by_name : 'a Pool.t -> string -> 'a t
- val lookup_by_key : 'a Connect.t -> string -> 'a t
- val lookup_by_path : 'a Connect.t -> string -> 'a t
- (** Look up a storage volume by name, key or path volume. *)
-
- val pool_of_volume : 'a t -> 'a Pool.t
- (** Get the storage pool containing this volume. *)
-
- val get_name : [`R] t -> string
- (** Name of the volume. *)
- val get_key : [`R] t -> string
- (** Key of the volume. *)
- val get_path : [`R] t -> string
- (** Path of the volume. *)
- val get_info : [`R] t -> vol_info
- (** Get information about the storage volume. *)
- val get_xml_desc : [`R] t -> xml
- (** Get the XML description. *)
-
- val create_xml : [`W] Pool.t -> xml -> unit
- (** Create a storage volume. *)
- val delete : [`W] t -> unit
- (** Delete a storage volume. *)
- val free : [>`R] t -> unit
- (** Free a storage volume object in memory.
-
- The storage volume object is automatically freed if it is garbage
- collected. This function just forces it to be freed right
- away.
- *)
-
- external const : [>`R] t -> ro t = "%identity"
- (** [const conn] turns a read/write storage volume into a read-only
- volume. Note that the opposite operation is impossible.
- *)
-end
- (** Module dealing with storage volumes. *)
-
-(** {3 Jobs and asynchronous processing} *)
-
-module Job :
-sig
- type ('jobclass, 'rw) t = ('jobclass, 'rw) job_t
- (** A background asynchronous job.
-
- Jobs represent a pending operation such as domain creation.
- The possible types for a job are:
-
-{v
-(`Domain, `W) Job.t Job creating a new domain
-(`Domain_nocreate, `W) Job.t Job acting on an existing domain
-(`Network, `W) Job.t Job creating a new network
-(`Network_nocreate, `W) Job.t Job acting on an existing network
-v}
- *)
-
- type job_type = Bounded | Unbounded
- (** A Bounded job is one where we can estimate time to completion. *)
-
- type job_state = Running | Complete | Failed | Cancelled
- (** State of the job. *)
-
- type job_info = {
- typ : job_type; (** Job type (Bounded, Unbounded) *)
- state : job_state; (** Job state (Running, etc.) *)
- running_time : int; (** Actual running time (seconds) *)
- (** The following fields are only available in Bounded jobs: *)
- remaining_time : int; (** Estimated time left (seconds) *)
- percent_complete : int (** Estimated percent complete *)
- }
-
- val get_info : ('a,'b) t -> job_info
- (** Get information and status about the job. *)
-
- val get_domain : ([`Domain], 'a) t -> 'a Domain.t
- (** Get the completed domain from a job.
-
- You should only call it on a job in state Complete. *)
-
- val get_network : ([`Network], 'a) t -> 'a Network.t
- (** Get the completed network from a job.
-
- You should only call it on a job in state Complete. *)
-
- val cancel : ('a,'b) t -> unit
- (** Cancel a job. *)
-
- val free : ('a, [>`R]) t -> unit
- (** Free a job object in memory.
-
- The job object is automatically freed if it is garbage
- collected. This function just forces it to be freed right
- away.
- *)
-
- external const : ('a, [>`R]) t -> ('a, ro) t = "%identity"
- (** [const conn] turns a read/write job into a read-only
- job. Note that the opposite operation is impossible.
- *)
-end
- (** Module dealing with asynchronous jobs. *)
-
-(** {3 Error handling and exceptions} *)
-
-module Virterror :
-sig
- type code =
- | VIR_ERR_OK
- | VIR_ERR_INTERNAL_ERROR
- | VIR_ERR_NO_MEMORY
- | VIR_ERR_NO_SUPPORT
- | VIR_ERR_UNKNOWN_HOST
- | VIR_ERR_NO_CONNECT
- | VIR_ERR_INVALID_CONN
- | VIR_ERR_INVALID_DOMAIN
- | VIR_ERR_INVALID_ARG
- | VIR_ERR_OPERATION_FAILED
- | VIR_ERR_GET_FAILED
- | VIR_ERR_POST_FAILED
- | VIR_ERR_HTTP_ERROR
- | VIR_ERR_SEXPR_SERIAL
- | VIR_ERR_NO_XEN
- | VIR_ERR_XEN_CALL
- | VIR_ERR_OS_TYPE
- | VIR_ERR_NO_KERNEL
- | VIR_ERR_NO_ROOT
- | VIR_ERR_NO_SOURCE
- | VIR_ERR_NO_TARGET
- | VIR_ERR_NO_NAME
- | VIR_ERR_NO_OS
- | VIR_ERR_NO_DEVICE
- | VIR_ERR_NO_XENSTORE
- | VIR_ERR_DRIVER_FULL
- | VIR_ERR_CALL_FAILED
- | VIR_ERR_XML_ERROR
- | VIR_ERR_DOM_EXIST
- | VIR_ERR_OPERATION_DENIED
- | VIR_ERR_OPEN_FAILED
- | VIR_ERR_READ_FAILED
- | VIR_ERR_PARSE_FAILED
- | VIR_ERR_CONF_SYNTAX
- | VIR_ERR_WRITE_FAILED
- | VIR_ERR_XML_DETAIL
- | VIR_ERR_INVALID_NETWORK
- | VIR_ERR_NETWORK_EXIST
- | VIR_ERR_SYSTEM_ERROR
- | VIR_ERR_RPC
- | VIR_ERR_GNUTLS_ERROR
- | VIR_WAR_NO_NETWORK
- | VIR_ERR_NO_DOMAIN
- | VIR_ERR_NO_NETWORK
- | VIR_ERR_INVALID_MAC
- | VIR_ERR_AUTH_FAILED
- | VIR_ERR_INVALID_STORAGE_POOL
- | VIR_ERR_INVALID_STORAGE_VOL
- | VIR_WAR_NO_STORAGE
- | VIR_ERR_NO_STORAGE_POOL
- | VIR_ERR_NO_STORAGE_VOL
- (* ^^ NB: If you add a variant you MUST edit
- libvirt_c_epilogue.c:MAX_VIR_* *)
- | VIR_ERR_UNKNOWN of int
- (** See [<libvirt/virterror.h>] for meaning of these codes. *)
-
- val string_of_code : code -> string
-
- type domain =
- | VIR_FROM_NONE
- | VIR_FROM_XEN
- | VIR_FROM_XEND
- | VIR_FROM_XENSTORE
- | VIR_FROM_SEXPR
- | VIR_FROM_XML
- | VIR_FROM_DOM
- | VIR_FROM_RPC
- | VIR_FROM_PROXY
- | VIR_FROM_CONF
- | VIR_FROM_QEMU
- | VIR_FROM_NET
- | VIR_FROM_TEST
- | VIR_FROM_REMOTE
- | VIR_FROM_OPENVZ
- | VIR_FROM_XENXM
- | VIR_FROM_STATS_LINUX
- | VIR_FROM_STORAGE
- (* ^^ NB: If you add a variant you MUST edit
- libvirt_c_epilogue.c: MAX_VIR_* *)
- | VIR_FROM_UNKNOWN of int
- (** Subsystem / driver which produced the error. *)
-
- val string_of_domain : domain -> string
-
- type level =
- | VIR_ERR_NONE
- | VIR_ERR_WARNING
- | VIR_ERR_ERROR
- (* ^^ NB: If you add a variant you MUST edit libvirt_c.c: MAX_VIR_* *)
- | VIR_ERR_UNKNOWN_LEVEL of int
- (** No error, a warning or an error. *)
-
- val string_of_level : level -> string
-
- type t = {
- code : code; (** Error code. *)
- domain : domain; (** Origin of the error. *)
- message : string option; (** Human-readable message. *)
- level : level; (** Error or warning. *)
- conn : ro Connect.t option; (** Associated connection. *)
- dom : ro Domain.t option; (** Associated domain. *)
- str1 : string option; (** Informational string. *)
- str2 : string option; (** Informational string. *)
- str3 : string option; (** Informational string. *)
- int1 : int32; (** Informational integer. *)
- int2 : int32; (** Informational integer. *)
- net : ro Network.t option; (** Associated network. *)
- }
- (** An error object. *)
-
- val to_string : t -> string
- (** Turn the exception into a printable string. *)
-
- val get_last_error : unit -> t option
- val get_last_conn_error : [>`R] Connect.t -> t option
- (** Get the last error at a global or connection level.
-
- Normally you do not need to use these functions because
- the library automatically turns errors into exceptions.
- *)
-
- val reset_last_error : unit -> unit
- val reset_last_conn_error : [>`R] Connect.t -> unit
- (** Reset the error at a global or connection level.
-
- Normally you do not need to use these functions.
- *)
-
- val no_error : unit -> t
- (** Creates an empty error message.
-
- Normally you do not need to use this function.
- *)
-end
- (** Module dealing with errors. *)
-
-exception Virterror of Virterror.t
-(** This exception can be raised by any library function that detects
- an error. To get a printable error message, call
- {!Virterror.to_string} on the content of this exception.
-*)
-
-exception Not_supported of string
-(**
- Functions may raise
- [Not_supported "virFoo"]
- (where [virFoo] is the libvirt function name) if a function is
- not supported at either compile or run time. This applies to
- any libvirt function added after version 0.2.1.
-
- See also {{:http://libvirt.org/hvsupport.html}http://libvirt.org/hvsupport.html}
-*)
-
diff --git a/libvirt/libvirt_c.c b/libvirt/libvirt_c.c
deleted file mode 100644
index ca7f303..0000000
--- a/libvirt/libvirt_c.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,3017 +0,0 @@
-/* !!! WARNING WARNING WARNING WARNING WARNING WARNING WARNING !!!
- *
- * THIS FILE IS AUTOMATICALLY GENERATED BY 'generator.pl'.
- *
- * Any changes you make to this file may be overwritten.
- */
-
-/* OCaml bindings for libvirt.
- * (C) Copyright 2007-2008 Richard W.M. Jones, Red Hat Inc.
- * http://libvirt.org/
- *
- * This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
- * modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public
- * License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either
- * version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
- *
- * This library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
- * but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
- * MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU
- * Lesser General Public License for more details.
- *
- * You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public
- * License along with this library; if not, write to the Free Software
- * Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA
- */
-
-#include "config.h"
-
-#include <stdio.h>
-#include <stdlib.h>
-#include <string.h>
-
-#include <libvirt/libvirt.h>
-#include <libvirt/virterror.h>
-
-#include <caml/config.h>
-#include <caml/alloc.h>
-#include <caml/callback.h>
-#include <caml/custom.h>
-#include <caml/fail.h>
-#include <caml/memory.h>
-#include <caml/misc.h>
-#include <caml/mlvalues.h>
-#include <caml/signals.h>
-
-#include "libvirt_c_prologue.c"
-
-#include "libvirt_c_oneoffs.c"
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virConnectClose.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "conn : free".
- */
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_connect_close (value connv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (connv);
-
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virConnectClose (conn));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virConnectClose");
-
- /* So that we don't double-free in the finalizer: */
- Connect_val (connv) = NULL;
-
- CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virConnectGetHostname.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "conn : string".
- */
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRCONNECTGETHOSTNAME
-extern char *virConnectGetHostname (virConnectPtr conn) __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_connect_get_hostname (value connv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (connv);
-#ifndef HAVE_VIRCONNECTGETHOSTNAME
- /* Symbol virConnectGetHostname not found at compile time. */
- not_supported ("virConnectGetHostname");
- CAMLnoreturn;
-#else
- /* Check that the symbol virConnectGetHostname
- * is in runtime version of libvirt.
- */
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virConnectGetHostname);
-
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
- char *r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virConnectGetHostname (conn));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virConnectGetHostname");
-
- rv = caml_copy_string (r);
- free (r);
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-#endif
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virConnectGetURI.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "conn : string".
- */
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRCONNECTGETURI
-extern char *virConnectGetURI (virConnectPtr conn) __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_connect_get_uri (value connv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (connv);
-#ifndef HAVE_VIRCONNECTGETURI
- /* Symbol virConnectGetURI not found at compile time. */
- not_supported ("virConnectGetURI");
- CAMLnoreturn;
-#else
- /* Check that the symbol virConnectGetURI
- * is in runtime version of libvirt.
- */
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virConnectGetURI);
-
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
- char *r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virConnectGetURI (conn));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virConnectGetURI");
-
- rv = caml_copy_string (r);
- free (r);
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-#endif
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virConnectGetType.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "conn : static string".
- */
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_connect_get_type (value connv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (connv);
-
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
- const char *r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virConnectGetType (conn));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virConnectGetType");
-
- rv = caml_copy_string (r);
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virConnectNumOfDomains.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "conn : int".
- */
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_connect_num_of_domains (value connv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (connv);
-
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virConnectNumOfDomains (conn));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virConnectNumOfDomains");
-
- CAMLreturn (Val_int (r));
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virConnectListDomains.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "conn, int : int array".
- */
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_connect_list_domains (value connv, value iv)
-{
- CAMLparam2 (connv, iv);
-
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
- int i = Int_val (iv);
- int ids[i], r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virConnectListDomains (conn, ids, i));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virConnectListDomains");
-
- rv = caml_alloc (r, 0);
- for (i = 0; i < r; ++i)
- Store_field (rv, i, Val_int (ids[i]));
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virConnectNumOfDefinedDomains.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "conn : int".
- */
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_connect_num_of_defined_domains (value connv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (connv);
-
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virConnectNumOfDefinedDomains (conn));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virConnectNumOfDefinedDomains");
-
- CAMLreturn (Val_int (r));
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virConnectListDefinedDomains.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "conn, int : string array".
- */
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_connect_list_defined_domains (value connv, value iv)
-{
- CAMLparam2 (connv, iv);
-
- CAMLlocal2 (rv, strv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
- int i = Int_val (iv);
- char *names[i];
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virConnectListDefinedDomains (conn, names, i));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virConnectListDefinedDomains");
-
- rv = caml_alloc (r, 0);
- for (i = 0; i < r; ++i) {
- strv = caml_copy_string (names[i]);
- Store_field (rv, i, strv);
- free (names[i]);
- }
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virConnectNumOfNetworks.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "conn : int".
- */
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_connect_num_of_networks (value connv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (connv);
-
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virConnectNumOfNetworks (conn));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virConnectNumOfNetworks");
-
- CAMLreturn (Val_int (r));
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virConnectListNetworks.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "conn, int : string array".
- */
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_connect_list_networks (value connv, value iv)
-{
- CAMLparam2 (connv, iv);
-
- CAMLlocal2 (rv, strv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
- int i = Int_val (iv);
- char *names[i];
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virConnectListNetworks (conn, names, i));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virConnectListNetworks");
-
- rv = caml_alloc (r, 0);
- for (i = 0; i < r; ++i) {
- strv = caml_copy_string (names[i]);
- Store_field (rv, i, strv);
- free (names[i]);
- }
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virConnectNumOfDefinedNetworks.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "conn : int".
- */
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_connect_num_of_defined_networks (value connv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (connv);
-
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virConnectNumOfDefinedNetworks (conn));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virConnectNumOfDefinedNetworks");
-
- CAMLreturn (Val_int (r));
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virConnectListDefinedNetworks.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "conn, int : string array".
- */
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_connect_list_defined_networks (value connv, value iv)
-{
- CAMLparam2 (connv, iv);
-
- CAMLlocal2 (rv, strv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
- int i = Int_val (iv);
- char *names[i];
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virConnectListDefinedNetworks (conn, names, i));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virConnectListDefinedNetworks");
-
- rv = caml_alloc (r, 0);
- for (i = 0; i < r; ++i) {
- strv = caml_copy_string (names[i]);
- Store_field (rv, i, strv);
- free (names[i]);
- }
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virConnectNumOfStoragePools.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "conn : int".
- */
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRCONNECTNUMOFSTORAGEPOOLS
-extern int virConnectNumOfStoragePools (virConnectPtr conn) __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_connect_num_of_storage_pools (value connv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (connv);
-#ifndef HAVE_VIRCONNECTNUMOFSTORAGEPOOLS
- /* Symbol virConnectNumOfStoragePools not found at compile time. */
- not_supported ("virConnectNumOfStoragePools");
- CAMLnoreturn;
-#else
- /* Check that the symbol virConnectNumOfStoragePools
- * is in runtime version of libvirt.
- */
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virConnectNumOfStoragePools);
-
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virConnectNumOfStoragePools (conn));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virConnectNumOfStoragePools");
-
- CAMLreturn (Val_int (r));
-#endif
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virConnectListStoragePools.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "conn, int : string array".
- */
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRCONNECTLISTSTORAGEPOOLS
-extern int virConnectListStoragePools (virConnectPtr conn, char **const names, int maxnames) __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_connect_list_storage_pools (value connv, value iv)
-{
- CAMLparam2 (connv, iv);
-#ifndef HAVE_VIRCONNECTLISTSTORAGEPOOLS
- /* Symbol virConnectListStoragePools not found at compile time. */
- not_supported ("virConnectListStoragePools");
- CAMLnoreturn;
-#else
- /* Check that the symbol virConnectListStoragePools
- * is in runtime version of libvirt.
- */
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virConnectListStoragePools);
-
- CAMLlocal2 (rv, strv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
- int i = Int_val (iv);
- char *names[i];
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virConnectListStoragePools (conn, names, i));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virConnectListStoragePools");
-
- rv = caml_alloc (r, 0);
- for (i = 0; i < r; ++i) {
- strv = caml_copy_string (names[i]);
- Store_field (rv, i, strv);
- free (names[i]);
- }
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-#endif
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virConnectNumOfDefinedStoragePools.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "conn : int".
- */
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRCONNECTNUMOFDEFINEDSTORAGEPOOLS
-extern int virConnectNumOfDefinedStoragePools (virConnectPtr conn) __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_connect_num_of_defined_storage_pools (value connv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (connv);
-#ifndef HAVE_VIRCONNECTNUMOFDEFINEDSTORAGEPOOLS
- /* Symbol virConnectNumOfDefinedStoragePools not found at compile time. */
- not_supported ("virConnectNumOfDefinedStoragePools");
- CAMLnoreturn;
-#else
- /* Check that the symbol virConnectNumOfDefinedStoragePools
- * is in runtime version of libvirt.
- */
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virConnectNumOfDefinedStoragePools);
-
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virConnectNumOfDefinedStoragePools (conn));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virConnectNumOfDefinedStoragePools");
-
- CAMLreturn (Val_int (r));
-#endif
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virConnectListDefinedStoragePools.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "conn, int : string array".
- */
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRCONNECTLISTDEFINEDSTORAGEPOOLS
-extern int virConnectListDefinedStoragePools (virConnectPtr conn, char **const names, int maxnames) __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_connect_list_defined_storage_pools (value connv, value iv)
-{
- CAMLparam2 (connv, iv);
-#ifndef HAVE_VIRCONNECTLISTDEFINEDSTORAGEPOOLS
- /* Symbol virConnectListDefinedStoragePools not found at compile time. */
- not_supported ("virConnectListDefinedStoragePools");
- CAMLnoreturn;
-#else
- /* Check that the symbol virConnectListDefinedStoragePools
- * is in runtime version of libvirt.
- */
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virConnectListDefinedStoragePools);
-
- CAMLlocal2 (rv, strv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
- int i = Int_val (iv);
- char *names[i];
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virConnectListDefinedStoragePools (conn, names, i));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virConnectListDefinedStoragePools");
-
- rv = caml_alloc (r, 0);
- for (i = 0; i < r; ++i) {
- strv = caml_copy_string (names[i]);
- Store_field (rv, i, strv);
- free (names[i]);
- }
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-#endif
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virConnectGetCapabilities.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "conn : string".
- */
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_connect_get_capabilities (value connv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (connv);
-
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
- char *r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virConnectGetCapabilities (conn));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virConnectGetCapabilities");
-
- rv = caml_copy_string (r);
- free (r);
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virDomainCreateLinux.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "conn, string, 0U : dom".
- */
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_domain_create_linux (value connv, value strv)
-{
- CAMLparam2 (connv, strv);
-
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
- char *str = String_val (strv);
- virDomainPtr r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virDomainCreateLinux (conn, str, 0));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virDomainCreateLinux");
-
- rv = Val_domain (r, connv);
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virDomainCreateLinuxJob.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "conn, string, 0U : job".
- */
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRDOMAINCREATELINUXJOB
-extern virJobPtr virDomainCreateLinuxJob (virConnectPtr conn, const char *str, unsigned int flags) __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_domain_create_linux_job (value connv, value strv)
-{
- CAMLparam2 (connv, strv);
-#ifndef HAVE_VIRDOMAINCREATELINUXJOB
- /* Symbol virDomainCreateLinuxJob not found at compile time. */
- not_supported ("virDomainCreateLinuxJob");
- CAMLnoreturn;
-#else
- /* Check that the symbol virDomainCreateLinuxJob
- * is in runtime version of libvirt.
- */
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virDomainCreateLinuxJob);
-
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
- char *str = String_val (strv);
- virJobPtr r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virDomainCreateLinuxJob (conn, str, 0));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virDomainCreateLinuxJob");
-
- rv = Val_job (r, connv);
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-#endif
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virDomainFree.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "dom : free".
- */
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_domain_free (value domv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (domv);
-
- virDomainPtr dom = Domain_val (domv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_domv (domv);
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virDomainFree (dom));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virDomainFree");
-
- /* So that we don't double-free in the finalizer: */
- Domain_val (domv) = NULL;
-
- CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virDomainDestroy.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "dom : free".
- */
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_domain_destroy (value domv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (domv);
-
- virDomainPtr dom = Domain_val (domv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_domv (domv);
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virDomainDestroy (dom));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virDomainDestroy");
-
- /* So that we don't double-free in the finalizer: */
- Domain_val (domv) = NULL;
-
- CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virDomainLookupByName.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "conn, string : dom".
- */
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_domain_lookup_by_name (value connv, value strv)
-{
- CAMLparam2 (connv, strv);
-
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
- char *str = String_val (strv);
- virDomainPtr r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virDomainLookupByName (conn, str));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virDomainLookupByName");
-
- rv = Val_domain (r, connv);
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virDomainLookupByID.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "conn, int : dom".
- */
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_domain_lookup_by_id (value connv, value iv)
-{
- CAMLparam2 (connv, iv);
-
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
- int i = Int_val (iv);
- virDomainPtr r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virDomainLookupByID (conn, i));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virDomainLookupByID");
-
- rv = Val_domain (r, connv);
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virDomainLookupByUUID.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "conn, uuid : dom".
- */
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_domain_lookup_by_uuid (value connv, value uuidv)
-{
- CAMLparam2 (connv, uuidv);
-
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
- unsigned char *uuid = (unsigned char *) String_val (uuidv);
- virDomainPtr r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virDomainLookupByUUID (conn, uuid));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virDomainLookupByUUID");
-
- rv = Val_domain (r, connv);
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virDomainLookupByUUIDString.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "conn, string : dom".
- */
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_domain_lookup_by_uuid_string (value connv, value strv)
-{
- CAMLparam2 (connv, strv);
-
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
- char *str = String_val (strv);
- virDomainPtr r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virDomainLookupByUUIDString (conn, str));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virDomainLookupByUUIDString");
-
- rv = Val_domain (r, connv);
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virDomainGetName.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "dom : static string".
- */
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_domain_get_name (value domv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (domv);
-
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- virDomainPtr dom = Domain_val (domv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_domv (domv);
- const char *r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virDomainGetName (dom));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virDomainGetName");
-
- rv = caml_copy_string (r);
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virDomainGetOSType.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "dom : string".
- */
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_domain_get_os_type (value domv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (domv);
-
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- virDomainPtr dom = Domain_val (domv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_domv (domv);
- char *r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virDomainGetOSType (dom));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virDomainGetOSType");
-
- rv = caml_copy_string (r);
- free (r);
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virDomainGetXMLDesc.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "dom, 0 : string".
- */
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_domain_get_xml_desc (value domv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (domv);
-
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- virDomainPtr dom = Domain_val (domv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_domv (domv);
- char *r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virDomainGetXMLDesc (dom, 0));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virDomainGetXMLDesc");
-
- rv = caml_copy_string (r);
- free (r);
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virDomainGetUUID.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "dom : uuid".
- */
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_domain_get_uuid (value domv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (domv);
-
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- virDomainPtr dom = Domain_val (domv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_domv (domv);
- unsigned char uuid[VIR_UUID_BUFLEN];
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virDomainGetUUID (dom, uuid));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virDomainGetUUID");
-
- /* UUIDs are byte arrays with a fixed length. */
- rv = caml_alloc_string (VIR_UUID_BUFLEN);
- memcpy (String_val (rv), uuid, VIR_UUID_BUFLEN);
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virDomainGetUUIDString.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "dom : uuid string".
- */
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_domain_get_uuid_string (value domv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (domv);
-
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- virDomainPtr dom = Domain_val (domv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_domv (domv);
- char uuid[VIR_UUID_STRING_BUFLEN];
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virDomainGetUUIDString (dom, uuid));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virDomainGetUUIDString");
-
- rv = caml_copy_string (uuid);
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virDomainGetMaxVcpus.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "dom : int".
- */
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_domain_get_max_vcpus (value domv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (domv);
-
- virDomainPtr dom = Domain_val (domv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_domv (domv);
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virDomainGetMaxVcpus (dom));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virDomainGetMaxVcpus");
-
- CAMLreturn (Val_int (r));
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virDomainSave.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "dom, string : unit".
- */
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_domain_save (value domv, value strv)
-{
- CAMLparam2 (domv, strv);
-
- virDomainPtr dom = Domain_val (domv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_domv (domv);
- char *str = String_val (strv);
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virDomainSave (dom, str));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virDomainSave");
-
- CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virDomainSaveJob.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "dom, string : job from dom".
- */
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRDOMAINSAVEJOB
-extern virJobPtr virDomainSaveJob (virDomainPtr dom, const char *str) __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_domain_save_job (value domv, value strv)
-{
- CAMLparam2 (domv, strv);
-#ifndef HAVE_VIRDOMAINSAVEJOB
- /* Symbol virDomainSaveJob not found at compile time. */
- not_supported ("virDomainSaveJob");
- CAMLnoreturn;
-#else
- /* Check that the symbol virDomainSaveJob
- * is in runtime version of libvirt.
- */
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virDomainSaveJob);
-
- CAMLlocal2 (rv, connv);
- virDomainPtr dom = Domain_val (domv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_domv (domv);
- char *str = String_val (strv);
- virJobPtr r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virDomainSaveJob (dom, str));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virDomainSaveJob");
-
- connv = Field (domv, 1);
- rv = Val_job (r, connv);
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-#endif
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virDomainRestore.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "conn, string : unit".
- */
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_domain_restore (value connv, value strv)
-{
- CAMLparam2 (connv, strv);
-
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
- char *str = String_val (strv);
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virDomainRestore (conn, str));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virDomainRestore");
-
- CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virDomainRestoreJob.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "conn, string : job".
- */
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRDOMAINRESTOREJOB
-extern virJobPtr virDomainRestoreJob (virConnectPtr conn, const char *str) __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_domain_restore_job (value connv, value strv)
-{
- CAMLparam2 (connv, strv);
-#ifndef HAVE_VIRDOMAINRESTOREJOB
- /* Symbol virDomainRestoreJob not found at compile time. */
- not_supported ("virDomainRestoreJob");
- CAMLnoreturn;
-#else
- /* Check that the symbol virDomainRestoreJob
- * is in runtime version of libvirt.
- */
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virDomainRestoreJob);
-
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
- char *str = String_val (strv);
- virJobPtr r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virDomainRestoreJob (conn, str));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virDomainRestoreJob");
-
- rv = Val_job (r, connv);
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-#endif
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virDomainCoreDump.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "dom, string, 0 : unit".
- */
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_domain_core_dump (value domv, value strv)
-{
- CAMLparam2 (domv, strv);
-
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- virDomainPtr dom = Domain_val (domv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_domv (domv);
- char *str = String_val (strv);
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virDomainCoreDump (dom, str, 0));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virDomainCoreDump");
-
- CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virDomainCoreDumpJob.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "dom, string, 0 : job from dom".
- */
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRDOMAINCOREDUMPJOB
-extern virJobPtr virDomainCoreDumpJob (virDomainPtr dom, const char *str, int flags) __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_domain_core_dump_job (value domv, value strv)
-{
- CAMLparam2 (domv, strv);
-#ifndef HAVE_VIRDOMAINCOREDUMPJOB
- /* Symbol virDomainCoreDumpJob not found at compile time. */
- not_supported ("virDomainCoreDumpJob");
- CAMLnoreturn;
-#else
- /* Check that the symbol virDomainCoreDumpJob
- * is in runtime version of libvirt.
- */
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virDomainCoreDumpJob);
-
- CAMLlocal2 (rv, connv);
- virDomainPtr dom = Domain_val (domv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_domv (domv);
- char *str = String_val (strv);
- virJobPtr r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virDomainCoreDumpJob (dom, str, 0));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virDomainCoreDumpJob");
-
- connv = Field (domv, 1);
- rv = Val_job (r, connv);
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-#endif
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virDomainSuspend.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "dom : unit".
- */
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_domain_suspend (value domv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (domv);
-
- virDomainPtr dom = Domain_val (domv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_domv (domv);
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virDomainSuspend (dom));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virDomainSuspend");
-
- CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virDomainResume.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "dom : unit".
- */
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_domain_resume (value domv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (domv);
-
- virDomainPtr dom = Domain_val (domv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_domv (domv);
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virDomainResume (dom));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virDomainResume");
-
- CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virDomainShutdown.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "dom : unit".
- */
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_domain_shutdown (value domv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (domv);
-
- virDomainPtr dom = Domain_val (domv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_domv (domv);
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virDomainShutdown (dom));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virDomainShutdown");
-
- CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virDomainReboot.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "dom, 0 : unit".
- */
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_domain_reboot (value domv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (domv);
-
- virDomainPtr dom = Domain_val (domv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_domv (domv);
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virDomainReboot (dom, 0));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virDomainReboot");
-
- CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virDomainDefineXML.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "conn, string : dom".
- */
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_domain_define_xml (value connv, value strv)
-{
- CAMLparam2 (connv, strv);
-
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
- char *str = String_val (strv);
- virDomainPtr r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virDomainDefineXML (conn, str));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virDomainDefineXML");
-
- rv = Val_domain (r, connv);
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virDomainUndefine.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "dom : unit".
- */
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_domain_undefine (value domv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (domv);
-
- virDomainPtr dom = Domain_val (domv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_domv (domv);
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virDomainUndefine (dom));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virDomainUndefine");
-
- CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virDomainCreate.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "dom : unit".
- */
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_domain_create (value domv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (domv);
-
- virDomainPtr dom = Domain_val (domv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_domv (domv);
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virDomainCreate (dom));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virDomainCreate");
-
- CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virDomainCreateJob.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "dom, 0U : job from dom".
- */
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRDOMAINCREATEJOB
-extern virJobPtr virDomainCreateJob (virDomainPtr dom, unsigned int flags) __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_domain_create_job (value domv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (domv);
-#ifndef HAVE_VIRDOMAINCREATEJOB
- /* Symbol virDomainCreateJob not found at compile time. */
- not_supported ("virDomainCreateJob");
- CAMLnoreturn;
-#else
- /* Check that the symbol virDomainCreateJob
- * is in runtime version of libvirt.
- */
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virDomainCreateJob);
-
- CAMLlocal2 (rv, connv);
- virDomainPtr dom = Domain_val (domv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_domv (domv);
- virJobPtr r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virDomainCreateJob (dom, 0));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virDomainCreateJob");
-
- connv = Field (domv, 1);
- rv = Val_job (r, connv);
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-#endif
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virDomainAttachDevice.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "dom, string : unit".
- */
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_domain_attach_device (value domv, value strv)
-{
- CAMLparam2 (domv, strv);
-
- virDomainPtr dom = Domain_val (domv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_domv (domv);
- char *str = String_val (strv);
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virDomainAttachDevice (dom, str));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virDomainAttachDevice");
-
- CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virDomainDetachDevice.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "dom, string : unit".
- */
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_domain_detach_device (value domv, value strv)
-{
- CAMLparam2 (domv, strv);
-
- virDomainPtr dom = Domain_val (domv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_domv (domv);
- char *str = String_val (strv);
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virDomainDetachDevice (dom, str));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virDomainDetachDevice");
-
- CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virDomainGetAutostart.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "dom : bool".
- */
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_domain_get_autostart (value domv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (domv);
-
- virDomainPtr dom = Domain_val (domv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_domv (domv);
- int r, b;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virDomainGetAutostart (dom, &b));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virDomainGetAutostart");
-
- CAMLreturn (b ? Val_true : Val_false);
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virDomainSetAutostart.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "dom, bool : unit".
- */
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_domain_set_autostart (value domv, value bv)
-{
- CAMLparam2 (domv, bv);
-
- virDomainPtr dom = Domain_val (domv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_domv (domv);
- int r, b;
-
- b = bv == Val_true ? 1 : 0;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virDomainSetAutostart (dom, b));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virDomainSetAutostart");
-
- CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virNetworkFree.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "net : free".
- */
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_network_free (value netv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (netv);
-
- virNetworkPtr net = Network_val (netv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_netv (netv);
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virNetworkFree (net));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virNetworkFree");
-
- /* So that we don't double-free in the finalizer: */
- Network_val (netv) = NULL;
-
- CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virNetworkDestroy.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "net : free".
- */
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_network_destroy (value netv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (netv);
-
- virNetworkPtr net = Network_val (netv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_netv (netv);
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virNetworkDestroy (net));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virNetworkDestroy");
-
- /* So that we don't double-free in the finalizer: */
- Network_val (netv) = NULL;
-
- CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virNetworkLookupByName.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "conn, string : net".
- */
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_network_lookup_by_name (value connv, value strv)
-{
- CAMLparam2 (connv, strv);
-
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
- char *str = String_val (strv);
- virNetworkPtr r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virNetworkLookupByName (conn, str));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virNetworkLookupByName");
-
- rv = Val_network (r, connv);
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virNetworkLookupByUUID.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "conn, uuid : net".
- */
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_network_lookup_by_uuid (value connv, value uuidv)
-{
- CAMLparam2 (connv, uuidv);
-
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
- unsigned char *uuid = (unsigned char *) String_val (uuidv);
- virNetworkPtr r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virNetworkLookupByUUID (conn, uuid));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virNetworkLookupByUUID");
-
- rv = Val_network (r, connv);
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virNetworkLookupByUUIDString.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "conn, string : net".
- */
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_network_lookup_by_uuid_string (value connv, value strv)
-{
- CAMLparam2 (connv, strv);
-
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
- char *str = String_val (strv);
- virNetworkPtr r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virNetworkLookupByUUIDString (conn, str));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virNetworkLookupByUUIDString");
-
- rv = Val_network (r, connv);
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virNetworkGetName.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "net : static string".
- */
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_network_get_name (value netv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (netv);
-
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- virNetworkPtr net = Network_val (netv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_netv (netv);
- const char *r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virNetworkGetName (net));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virNetworkGetName");
-
- rv = caml_copy_string (r);
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virNetworkGetXMLDesc.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "net, 0 : string".
- */
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_network_get_xml_desc (value netv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (netv);
-
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- virNetworkPtr net = Network_val (netv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_netv (netv);
- char *r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virNetworkGetXMLDesc (net, 0));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virNetworkGetXMLDesc");
-
- rv = caml_copy_string (r);
- free (r);
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virNetworkGetBridgeName.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "net : string".
- */
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_network_get_bridge_name (value netv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (netv);
-
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- virNetworkPtr net = Network_val (netv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_netv (netv);
- char *r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virNetworkGetBridgeName (net));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virNetworkGetBridgeName");
-
- rv = caml_copy_string (r);
- free (r);
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virNetworkGetUUID.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "net : uuid".
- */
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_network_get_uuid (value netv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (netv);
-
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- virNetworkPtr net = Network_val (netv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_netv (netv);
- unsigned char uuid[VIR_UUID_BUFLEN];
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virNetworkGetUUID (net, uuid));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virNetworkGetUUID");
-
- /* UUIDs are byte arrays with a fixed length. */
- rv = caml_alloc_string (VIR_UUID_BUFLEN);
- memcpy (String_val (rv), uuid, VIR_UUID_BUFLEN);
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virNetworkGetUUIDString.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "net : uuid string".
- */
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_network_get_uuid_string (value netv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (netv);
-
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- virNetworkPtr net = Network_val (netv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_netv (netv);
- char uuid[VIR_UUID_STRING_BUFLEN];
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virNetworkGetUUIDString (net, uuid));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virNetworkGetUUIDString");
-
- rv = caml_copy_string (uuid);
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virNetworkUndefine.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "net : unit".
- */
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_network_undefine (value netv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (netv);
-
- virNetworkPtr net = Network_val (netv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_netv (netv);
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virNetworkUndefine (net));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virNetworkUndefine");
-
- CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virNetworkCreateXML.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "conn, string : net".
- */
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_network_create_xml (value connv, value strv)
-{
- CAMLparam2 (connv, strv);
-
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
- char *str = String_val (strv);
- virNetworkPtr r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virNetworkCreateXML (conn, str));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virNetworkCreateXML");
-
- rv = Val_network (r, connv);
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virNetworkCreateXMLJob.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "conn, string : job".
- */
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRNETWORKCREATEXMLJOB
-extern virJobPtr virNetworkCreateXMLJob (virConnectPtr conn, const char *str) __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_network_create_xml_job (value connv, value strv)
-{
- CAMLparam2 (connv, strv);
-#ifndef HAVE_VIRNETWORKCREATEXMLJOB
- /* Symbol virNetworkCreateXMLJob not found at compile time. */
- not_supported ("virNetworkCreateXMLJob");
- CAMLnoreturn;
-#else
- /* Check that the symbol virNetworkCreateXMLJob
- * is in runtime version of libvirt.
- */
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virNetworkCreateXMLJob);
-
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
- char *str = String_val (strv);
- virJobPtr r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virNetworkCreateXMLJob (conn, str));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virNetworkCreateXMLJob");
-
- rv = Val_job (r, connv);
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-#endif
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virNetworkDefineXML.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "conn, string : net".
- */
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_network_define_xml (value connv, value strv)
-{
- CAMLparam2 (connv, strv);
-
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
- char *str = String_val (strv);
- virNetworkPtr r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virNetworkDefineXML (conn, str));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virNetworkDefineXML");
-
- rv = Val_network (r, connv);
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virNetworkCreate.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "net : unit".
- */
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_network_create (value netv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (netv);
-
- virNetworkPtr net = Network_val (netv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_netv (netv);
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virNetworkCreate (net));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virNetworkCreate");
-
- CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virNetworkCreateJob.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "net : job from net".
- */
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRNETWORKCREATEJOB
-extern virJobPtr virNetworkCreateJob (virNetworkPtr net) __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_network_create_job (value netv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (netv);
-#ifndef HAVE_VIRNETWORKCREATEJOB
- /* Symbol virNetworkCreateJob not found at compile time. */
- not_supported ("virNetworkCreateJob");
- CAMLnoreturn;
-#else
- /* Check that the symbol virNetworkCreateJob
- * is in runtime version of libvirt.
- */
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virNetworkCreateJob);
-
- CAMLlocal2 (rv, connv);
- virNetworkPtr net = Network_val (netv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_netv (netv);
- virJobPtr r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virNetworkCreateJob (net));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virNetworkCreateJob");
-
- connv = Field (netv, 1);
- rv = Val_job (r, connv);
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-#endif
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virNetworkGetAutostart.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "net : bool".
- */
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_network_get_autostart (value netv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (netv);
-
- virNetworkPtr net = Network_val (netv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_netv (netv);
- int r, b;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virNetworkGetAutostart (net, &b));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virNetworkGetAutostart");
-
- CAMLreturn (b ? Val_true : Val_false);
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virNetworkSetAutostart.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "net, bool : unit".
- */
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_network_set_autostart (value netv, value bv)
-{
- CAMLparam2 (netv, bv);
-
- virNetworkPtr net = Network_val (netv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_netv (netv);
- int r, b;
-
- b = bv == Val_true ? 1 : 0;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virNetworkSetAutostart (net, b));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virNetworkSetAutostart");
-
- CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virStoragePoolFree.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "pool : free".
- */
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEPOOLFREE
-extern int virStoragePoolFree (virStoragePoolPtr pool) __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_storage_pool_free (value poolv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (poolv);
-#ifndef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEPOOLFREE
- /* Symbol virStoragePoolFree not found at compile time. */
- not_supported ("virStoragePoolFree");
- CAMLnoreturn;
-#else
- /* Check that the symbol virStoragePoolFree
- * is in runtime version of libvirt.
- */
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virStoragePoolFree);
-
- virStoragePoolPtr pool = Pool_val (poolv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_polv (poolv);
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virStoragePoolFree (pool));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virStoragePoolFree");
-
- /* So that we don't double-free in the finalizer: */
- Pool_val (poolv) = NULL;
-
- CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
-#endif
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virStoragePoolDestroy.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "pool : free".
- */
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEPOOLDESTROY
-extern int virStoragePoolDestroy (virStoragePoolPtr pool) __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_storage_pool_destroy (value poolv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (poolv);
-#ifndef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEPOOLDESTROY
- /* Symbol virStoragePoolDestroy not found at compile time. */
- not_supported ("virStoragePoolDestroy");
- CAMLnoreturn;
-#else
- /* Check that the symbol virStoragePoolDestroy
- * is in runtime version of libvirt.
- */
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virStoragePoolDestroy);
-
- virStoragePoolPtr pool = Pool_val (poolv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_polv (poolv);
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virStoragePoolDestroy (pool));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virStoragePoolDestroy");
-
- /* So that we don't double-free in the finalizer: */
- Pool_val (poolv) = NULL;
-
- CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
-#endif
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virStoragePoolLookupByName.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "conn, string : pool".
- */
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEPOOLLOOKUPBYNAME
-extern virStoragePoolPtr virStoragePoolLookupByName (virConnectPtr conn, const char *str) __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_storage_pool_lookup_by_name (value connv, value strv)
-{
- CAMLparam2 (connv, strv);
-#ifndef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEPOOLLOOKUPBYNAME
- /* Symbol virStoragePoolLookupByName not found at compile time. */
- not_supported ("virStoragePoolLookupByName");
- CAMLnoreturn;
-#else
- /* Check that the symbol virStoragePoolLookupByName
- * is in runtime version of libvirt.
- */
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virStoragePoolLookupByName);
-
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
- char *str = String_val (strv);
- virStoragePoolPtr r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virStoragePoolLookupByName (conn, str));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virStoragePoolLookupByName");
-
- rv = Val_pool (r, connv);
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-#endif
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virStoragePoolLookupByUUID.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "conn, uuid : pool".
- */
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEPOOLLOOKUPBYUUID
-extern virStoragePoolPtr virStoragePoolLookupByUUID (virConnectPtr conn, const unsigned char *str) __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_storage_pool_lookup_by_uuid (value connv, value uuidv)
-{
- CAMLparam2 (connv, uuidv);
-#ifndef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEPOOLLOOKUPBYUUID
- /* Symbol virStoragePoolLookupByUUID not found at compile time. */
- not_supported ("virStoragePoolLookupByUUID");
- CAMLnoreturn;
-#else
- /* Check that the symbol virStoragePoolLookupByUUID
- * is in runtime version of libvirt.
- */
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virStoragePoolLookupByUUID);
-
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
- unsigned char *uuid = (unsigned char *) String_val (uuidv);
- virStoragePoolPtr r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virStoragePoolLookupByUUID (conn, uuid));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virStoragePoolLookupByUUID");
-
- rv = Val_pool (r, connv);
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-#endif
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virStoragePoolLookupByUUIDString.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "conn, string : pool".
- */
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEPOOLLOOKUPBYUUIDSTRING
-extern virStoragePoolPtr virStoragePoolLookupByUUIDString (virConnectPtr conn, const char *str) __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_storage_pool_lookup_by_uuid_string (value connv, value strv)
-{
- CAMLparam2 (connv, strv);
-#ifndef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEPOOLLOOKUPBYUUIDSTRING
- /* Symbol virStoragePoolLookupByUUIDString not found at compile time. */
- not_supported ("virStoragePoolLookupByUUIDString");
- CAMLnoreturn;
-#else
- /* Check that the symbol virStoragePoolLookupByUUIDString
- * is in runtime version of libvirt.
- */
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virStoragePoolLookupByUUIDString);
-
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
- char *str = String_val (strv);
- virStoragePoolPtr r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virStoragePoolLookupByUUIDString (conn, str));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virStoragePoolLookupByUUIDString");
-
- rv = Val_pool (r, connv);
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-#endif
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virStoragePoolGetName.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "pool : static string".
- */
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEPOOLGETNAME
-extern const char *virStoragePoolGetName (virStoragePoolPtr pool) __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_storage_pool_get_name (value poolv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (poolv);
-#ifndef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEPOOLGETNAME
- /* Symbol virStoragePoolGetName not found at compile time. */
- not_supported ("virStoragePoolGetName");
- CAMLnoreturn;
-#else
- /* Check that the symbol virStoragePoolGetName
- * is in runtime version of libvirt.
- */
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virStoragePoolGetName);
-
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- virStoragePoolPtr pool = Pool_val (poolv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_polv (poolv);
- const char *r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virStoragePoolGetName (pool));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virStoragePoolGetName");
-
- rv = caml_copy_string (r);
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-#endif
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virStoragePoolGetXMLDesc.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "pool, 0U : string".
- */
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEPOOLGETXMLDESC
-extern char *virStoragePoolGetXMLDesc (virStoragePoolPtr pool, unsigned int flags) __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_storage_pool_get_xml_desc (value poolv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (poolv);
-#ifndef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEPOOLGETXMLDESC
- /* Symbol virStoragePoolGetXMLDesc not found at compile time. */
- not_supported ("virStoragePoolGetXMLDesc");
- CAMLnoreturn;
-#else
- /* Check that the symbol virStoragePoolGetXMLDesc
- * is in runtime version of libvirt.
- */
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virStoragePoolGetXMLDesc);
-
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- virStoragePoolPtr pool = Pool_val (poolv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_polv (poolv);
- char *r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virStoragePoolGetXMLDesc (pool, 0));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virStoragePoolGetXMLDesc");
-
- rv = caml_copy_string (r);
- free (r);
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-#endif
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virStoragePoolGetUUID.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "pool : uuid".
- */
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEPOOLGETUUID
-extern int virStoragePoolGetUUID (virStoragePoolPtr pool, unsigned char *) __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_storage_pool_get_uuid (value poolv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (poolv);
-#ifndef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEPOOLGETUUID
- /* Symbol virStoragePoolGetUUID not found at compile time. */
- not_supported ("virStoragePoolGetUUID");
- CAMLnoreturn;
-#else
- /* Check that the symbol virStoragePoolGetUUID
- * is in runtime version of libvirt.
- */
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virStoragePoolGetUUID);
-
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- virStoragePoolPtr pool = Pool_val (poolv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_polv (poolv);
- unsigned char uuid[VIR_UUID_BUFLEN];
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virStoragePoolGetUUID (pool, uuid));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virStoragePoolGetUUID");
-
- /* UUIDs are byte arrays with a fixed length. */
- rv = caml_alloc_string (VIR_UUID_BUFLEN);
- memcpy (String_val (rv), uuid, VIR_UUID_BUFLEN);
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-#endif
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virStoragePoolGetUUIDString.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "pool : uuid string".
- */
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEPOOLGETUUIDSTRING
-extern int virStoragePoolGetUUIDString (virStoragePoolPtr pool, char *) __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_storage_pool_get_uuid_string (value poolv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (poolv);
-#ifndef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEPOOLGETUUIDSTRING
- /* Symbol virStoragePoolGetUUIDString not found at compile time. */
- not_supported ("virStoragePoolGetUUIDString");
- CAMLnoreturn;
-#else
- /* Check that the symbol virStoragePoolGetUUIDString
- * is in runtime version of libvirt.
- */
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virStoragePoolGetUUIDString);
-
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- virStoragePoolPtr pool = Pool_val (poolv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_polv (poolv);
- char uuid[VIR_UUID_STRING_BUFLEN];
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virStoragePoolGetUUIDString (pool, uuid));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virStoragePoolGetUUIDString");
-
- rv = caml_copy_string (uuid);
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-#endif
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virStoragePoolCreateXML.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "conn, string, 0U : pool".
- */
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEPOOLCREATEXML
-extern virStoragePoolPtr virStoragePoolCreateXML (virConnectPtr conn, const char *str, unsigned int flags) __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_storage_pool_create_xml (value connv, value strv)
-{
- CAMLparam2 (connv, strv);
-#ifndef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEPOOLCREATEXML
- /* Symbol virStoragePoolCreateXML not found at compile time. */
- not_supported ("virStoragePoolCreateXML");
- CAMLnoreturn;
-#else
- /* Check that the symbol virStoragePoolCreateXML
- * is in runtime version of libvirt.
- */
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virStoragePoolCreateXML);
-
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
- char *str = String_val (strv);
- virStoragePoolPtr r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virStoragePoolCreateXML (conn, str, 0));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virStoragePoolCreateXML");
-
- rv = Val_pool (r, connv);
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-#endif
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virStoragePoolDefineXML.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "conn, string, 0U : pool".
- */
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEPOOLDEFINEXML
-extern virStoragePoolPtr virStoragePoolDefineXML (virConnectPtr conn, const char *str, unsigned int flags) __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_storage_pool_define_xml (value connv, value strv)
-{
- CAMLparam2 (connv, strv);
-#ifndef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEPOOLDEFINEXML
- /* Symbol virStoragePoolDefineXML not found at compile time. */
- not_supported ("virStoragePoolDefineXML");
- CAMLnoreturn;
-#else
- /* Check that the symbol virStoragePoolDefineXML
- * is in runtime version of libvirt.
- */
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virStoragePoolDefineXML);
-
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
- char *str = String_val (strv);
- virStoragePoolPtr r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virStoragePoolDefineXML (conn, str, 0));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virStoragePoolDefineXML");
-
- rv = Val_pool (r, connv);
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-#endif
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virStoragePoolBuild.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "pool, uint : unit".
- */
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEPOOLBUILD
-extern int virStoragePoolBuild (virStoragePoolPtr pool, unsigned int i) __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_storage_pool_build (value poolv, value iv)
-{
- CAMLparam2 (poolv, iv);
-#ifndef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEPOOLBUILD
- /* Symbol virStoragePoolBuild not found at compile time. */
- not_supported ("virStoragePoolBuild");
- CAMLnoreturn;
-#else
- /* Check that the symbol virStoragePoolBuild
- * is in runtime version of libvirt.
- */
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virStoragePoolBuild);
-
- virStoragePoolPtr pool = Pool_val (poolv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_polv (poolv);
- unsigned int i = Int_val (iv);
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virStoragePoolBuild (pool, i));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virStoragePoolBuild");
-
- CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
-#endif
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virStoragePoolUndefine.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "pool : unit".
- */
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEPOOLUNDEFINE
-extern int virStoragePoolUndefine (virStoragePoolPtr pool) __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_storage_pool_undefine (value poolv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (poolv);
-#ifndef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEPOOLUNDEFINE
- /* Symbol virStoragePoolUndefine not found at compile time. */
- not_supported ("virStoragePoolUndefine");
- CAMLnoreturn;
-#else
- /* Check that the symbol virStoragePoolUndefine
- * is in runtime version of libvirt.
- */
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virStoragePoolUndefine);
-
- virStoragePoolPtr pool = Pool_val (poolv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_polv (poolv);
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virStoragePoolUndefine (pool));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virStoragePoolUndefine");
-
- CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
-#endif
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virStoragePoolCreate.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "pool, 0U : unit".
- */
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEPOOLCREATE
-extern int virStoragePoolCreate (virStoragePoolPtr pool, unsigned int flags) __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_storage_pool_create (value poolv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (poolv);
-#ifndef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEPOOLCREATE
- /* Symbol virStoragePoolCreate not found at compile time. */
- not_supported ("virStoragePoolCreate");
- CAMLnoreturn;
-#else
- /* Check that the symbol virStoragePoolCreate
- * is in runtime version of libvirt.
- */
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virStoragePoolCreate);
-
- virStoragePoolPtr pool = Pool_val (poolv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_polv (poolv);
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virStoragePoolCreate (pool, 0));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virStoragePoolCreate");
-
- CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
-#endif
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virStoragePoolDelete.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "pool, uint : unit".
- */
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEPOOLDELETE
-extern int virStoragePoolDelete (virStoragePoolPtr pool, unsigned int i) __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_storage_pool_delete (value poolv, value iv)
-{
- CAMLparam2 (poolv, iv);
-#ifndef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEPOOLDELETE
- /* Symbol virStoragePoolDelete not found at compile time. */
- not_supported ("virStoragePoolDelete");
- CAMLnoreturn;
-#else
- /* Check that the symbol virStoragePoolDelete
- * is in runtime version of libvirt.
- */
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virStoragePoolDelete);
-
- virStoragePoolPtr pool = Pool_val (poolv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_polv (poolv);
- unsigned int i = Int_val (iv);
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virStoragePoolDelete (pool, i));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virStoragePoolDelete");
-
- CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
-#endif
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virStoragePoolRefresh.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "pool, 0U : unit".
- */
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEPOOLREFRESH
-extern int virStoragePoolRefresh (virStoragePoolPtr pool, unsigned int flags) __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_storage_pool_refresh (value poolv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (poolv);
-#ifndef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEPOOLREFRESH
- /* Symbol virStoragePoolRefresh not found at compile time. */
- not_supported ("virStoragePoolRefresh");
- CAMLnoreturn;
-#else
- /* Check that the symbol virStoragePoolRefresh
- * is in runtime version of libvirt.
- */
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virStoragePoolRefresh);
-
- virStoragePoolPtr pool = Pool_val (poolv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_polv (poolv);
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virStoragePoolRefresh (pool, 0));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virStoragePoolRefresh");
-
- CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
-#endif
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virStoragePoolGetAutostart.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "pool : bool".
- */
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEPOOLGETAUTOSTART
-extern int virStoragePoolGetAutostart (virStoragePoolPtr pool, int *r) __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_storage_pool_get_autostart (value poolv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (poolv);
-#ifndef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEPOOLGETAUTOSTART
- /* Symbol virStoragePoolGetAutostart not found at compile time. */
- not_supported ("virStoragePoolGetAutostart");
- CAMLnoreturn;
-#else
- /* Check that the symbol virStoragePoolGetAutostart
- * is in runtime version of libvirt.
- */
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virStoragePoolGetAutostart);
-
- virStoragePoolPtr pool = Pool_val (poolv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_polv (poolv);
- int r, b;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virStoragePoolGetAutostart (pool, &b));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virStoragePoolGetAutostart");
-
- CAMLreturn (b ? Val_true : Val_false);
-#endif
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virStoragePoolSetAutostart.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "pool, bool : unit".
- */
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEPOOLSETAUTOSTART
-extern int virStoragePoolSetAutostart (virStoragePoolPtr pool, int b) __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_storage_pool_set_autostart (value poolv, value bv)
-{
- CAMLparam2 (poolv, bv);
-#ifndef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEPOOLSETAUTOSTART
- /* Symbol virStoragePoolSetAutostart not found at compile time. */
- not_supported ("virStoragePoolSetAutostart");
- CAMLnoreturn;
-#else
- /* Check that the symbol virStoragePoolSetAutostart
- * is in runtime version of libvirt.
- */
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virStoragePoolSetAutostart);
-
- virStoragePoolPtr pool = Pool_val (poolv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_polv (poolv);
- int r, b;
-
- b = bv == Val_true ? 1 : 0;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virStoragePoolSetAutostart (pool, b));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virStoragePoolSetAutostart");
-
- CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
-#endif
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virStoragePoolNumOfVolumes.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "pool : int".
- */
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEPOOLNUMOFVOLUMES
-extern int virStoragePoolNumOfVolumes (virStoragePoolPtr pool) __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_storage_pool_num_of_volumes (value poolv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (poolv);
-#ifndef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEPOOLNUMOFVOLUMES
- /* Symbol virStoragePoolNumOfVolumes not found at compile time. */
- not_supported ("virStoragePoolNumOfVolumes");
- CAMLnoreturn;
-#else
- /* Check that the symbol virStoragePoolNumOfVolumes
- * is in runtime version of libvirt.
- */
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virStoragePoolNumOfVolumes);
-
- virStoragePoolPtr pool = Pool_val (poolv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_polv (poolv);
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virStoragePoolNumOfVolumes (pool));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virStoragePoolNumOfVolumes");
-
- CAMLreturn (Val_int (r));
-#endif
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virStoragePoolListVolumes.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "pool, int : string array".
- */
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEPOOLLISTVOLUMES
-extern int virStoragePoolListVolumes (virStoragePoolPtr pool, char **const names, int maxnames) __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_storage_pool_list_volumes (value poolv, value iv)
-{
- CAMLparam2 (poolv, iv);
-#ifndef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEPOOLLISTVOLUMES
- /* Symbol virStoragePoolListVolumes not found at compile time. */
- not_supported ("virStoragePoolListVolumes");
- CAMLnoreturn;
-#else
- /* Check that the symbol virStoragePoolListVolumes
- * is in runtime version of libvirt.
- */
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virStoragePoolListVolumes);
-
- CAMLlocal2 (rv, strv);
- virStoragePoolPtr pool = Pool_val (poolv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_polv (poolv);
- int i = Int_val (iv);
- char *names[i];
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virStoragePoolListVolumes (pool, names, i));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virStoragePoolListVolumes");
-
- rv = caml_alloc (r, 0);
- for (i = 0; i < r; ++i) {
- strv = caml_copy_string (names[i]);
- Store_field (rv, i, strv);
- free (names[i]);
- }
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-#endif
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virStorageVolFree.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "vol : free".
- */
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEVOLFREE
-extern int virStorageVolFree (virStorageVolPtr vol) __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_storage_vol_free (value volv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (volv);
-#ifndef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEVOLFREE
- /* Symbol virStorageVolFree not found at compile time. */
- not_supported ("virStorageVolFree");
- CAMLnoreturn;
-#else
- /* Check that the symbol virStorageVolFree
- * is in runtime version of libvirt.
- */
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virStorageVolFree);
-
- virStorageVolPtr vol = Volume_val (volv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_volv (volv);
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virStorageVolFree (vol));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virStorageVolFree");
-
- /* So that we don't double-free in the finalizer: */
- Volume_val (volv) = NULL;
-
- CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
-#endif
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virStorageVolDelete.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "vol, uint : unit".
- */
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEVOLDELETE
-extern int virStorageVolDelete (virStorageVolPtr vol, unsigned int i) __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_storage_vol_delete (value volv, value iv)
-{
- CAMLparam2 (volv, iv);
-#ifndef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEVOLDELETE
- /* Symbol virStorageVolDelete not found at compile time. */
- not_supported ("virStorageVolDelete");
- CAMLnoreturn;
-#else
- /* Check that the symbol virStorageVolDelete
- * is in runtime version of libvirt.
- */
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virStorageVolDelete);
-
- virStorageVolPtr vol = Volume_val (volv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_volv (volv);
- unsigned int i = Int_val (iv);
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virStorageVolDelete (vol, i));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virStorageVolDelete");
-
- CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
-#endif
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virStorageVolLookupByName.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "pool, string : vol from pool".
- */
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEVOLLOOKUPBYNAME
-extern virStorageVolPtr virStorageVolLookupByName (virStoragePoolPtr pool, const char *str) __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_storage_vol_lookup_by_name (value poolv, value strv)
-{
- CAMLparam2 (poolv, strv);
-#ifndef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEVOLLOOKUPBYNAME
- /* Symbol virStorageVolLookupByName not found at compile time. */
- not_supported ("virStorageVolLookupByName");
- CAMLnoreturn;
-#else
- /* Check that the symbol virStorageVolLookupByName
- * is in runtime version of libvirt.
- */
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virStorageVolLookupByName);
-
- CAMLlocal2 (rv, connv);
- virStoragePoolPtr pool = Pool_val (poolv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_polv (poolv);
- char *str = String_val (strv);
- virStorageVolPtr r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virStorageVolLookupByName (pool, str));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virStorageVolLookupByName");
-
- connv = Field (poolv, 1);
- rv = Val_volume (r, connv);
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-#endif
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virStorageVolLookupByKey.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "conn, string : vol".
- */
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEVOLLOOKUPBYKEY
-extern virStorageVolPtr virStorageVolLookupByKey (virConnectPtr conn, const char *str) __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_storage_vol_lookup_by_key (value connv, value strv)
-{
- CAMLparam2 (connv, strv);
-#ifndef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEVOLLOOKUPBYKEY
- /* Symbol virStorageVolLookupByKey not found at compile time. */
- not_supported ("virStorageVolLookupByKey");
- CAMLnoreturn;
-#else
- /* Check that the symbol virStorageVolLookupByKey
- * is in runtime version of libvirt.
- */
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virStorageVolLookupByKey);
-
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
- char *str = String_val (strv);
- virStorageVolPtr r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virStorageVolLookupByKey (conn, str));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virStorageVolLookupByKey");
-
- rv = Val_volume (r, connv);
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-#endif
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virStorageVolLookupByPath.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "conn, string : vol".
- */
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEVOLLOOKUPBYPATH
-extern virStorageVolPtr virStorageVolLookupByPath (virConnectPtr conn, const char *str) __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_storage_vol_lookup_by_path (value connv, value strv)
-{
- CAMLparam2 (connv, strv);
-#ifndef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEVOLLOOKUPBYPATH
- /* Symbol virStorageVolLookupByPath not found at compile time. */
- not_supported ("virStorageVolLookupByPath");
- CAMLnoreturn;
-#else
- /* Check that the symbol virStorageVolLookupByPath
- * is in runtime version of libvirt.
- */
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virStorageVolLookupByPath);
-
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
- char *str = String_val (strv);
- virStorageVolPtr r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virStorageVolLookupByPath (conn, str));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virStorageVolLookupByPath");
-
- rv = Val_volume (r, connv);
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-#endif
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virStorageVolCreateXML.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "pool, string, 0U : vol from pool".
- */
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEVOLCREATEXML
-extern virStorageVolPtr virStorageVolCreateXML (virStoragePoolPtr pool, const char *str, unsigned int flags) __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_storage_vol_create_xml (value poolv, value strv)
-{
- CAMLparam2 (poolv, strv);
-#ifndef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEVOLCREATEXML
- /* Symbol virStorageVolCreateXML not found at compile time. */
- not_supported ("virStorageVolCreateXML");
- CAMLnoreturn;
-#else
- /* Check that the symbol virStorageVolCreateXML
- * is in runtime version of libvirt.
- */
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virStorageVolCreateXML);
-
- CAMLlocal2 (rv, connv);
- virStoragePoolPtr pool = Pool_val (poolv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_polv (poolv);
- char *str = String_val (strv);
- virStorageVolPtr r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virStorageVolCreateXML (pool, str, 0));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virStorageVolCreateXML");
-
- connv = Field (poolv, 1);
- rv = Val_volume (r, connv);
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-#endif
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virStorageVolGetXMLDesc.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "vol, 0U : string".
- */
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEVOLGETXMLDESC
-extern char *virStorageVolGetXMLDesc (virStorageVolPtr vol, unsigned int flags) __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_storage_vol_get_xml_desc (value volv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (volv);
-#ifndef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEVOLGETXMLDESC
- /* Symbol virStorageVolGetXMLDesc not found at compile time. */
- not_supported ("virStorageVolGetXMLDesc");
- CAMLnoreturn;
-#else
- /* Check that the symbol virStorageVolGetXMLDesc
- * is in runtime version of libvirt.
- */
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virStorageVolGetXMLDesc);
-
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- virStorageVolPtr vol = Volume_val (volv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_volv (volv);
- char *r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virStorageVolGetXMLDesc (vol, 0));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virStorageVolGetXMLDesc");
-
- rv = caml_copy_string (r);
- free (r);
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-#endif
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virStorageVolGetPath.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "vol : string".
- */
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEVOLGETPATH
-extern char *virStorageVolGetPath (virStorageVolPtr vol) __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_storage_vol_get_path (value volv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (volv);
-#ifndef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEVOLGETPATH
- /* Symbol virStorageVolGetPath not found at compile time. */
- not_supported ("virStorageVolGetPath");
- CAMLnoreturn;
-#else
- /* Check that the symbol virStorageVolGetPath
- * is in runtime version of libvirt.
- */
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virStorageVolGetPath);
-
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- virStorageVolPtr vol = Volume_val (volv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_volv (volv);
- char *r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virStorageVolGetPath (vol));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virStorageVolGetPath");
-
- rv = caml_copy_string (r);
- free (r);
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-#endif
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virStorageVolGetKey.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "vol : static string".
- */
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEVOLGETKEY
-extern const char *virStorageVolGetKey (virStorageVolPtr vol) __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_storage_vol_get_key (value volv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (volv);
-#ifndef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEVOLGETKEY
- /* Symbol virStorageVolGetKey not found at compile time. */
- not_supported ("virStorageVolGetKey");
- CAMLnoreturn;
-#else
- /* Check that the symbol virStorageVolGetKey
- * is in runtime version of libvirt.
- */
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virStorageVolGetKey);
-
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- virStorageVolPtr vol = Volume_val (volv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_volv (volv);
- const char *r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virStorageVolGetKey (vol));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virStorageVolGetKey");
-
- rv = caml_copy_string (r);
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-#endif
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virStorageVolGetName.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "vol : static string".
- */
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEVOLGETNAME
-extern const char *virStorageVolGetName (virStorageVolPtr vol) __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_storage_vol_get_name (value volv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (volv);
-#ifndef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEVOLGETNAME
- /* Symbol virStorageVolGetName not found at compile time. */
- not_supported ("virStorageVolGetName");
- CAMLnoreturn;
-#else
- /* Check that the symbol virStorageVolGetName
- * is in runtime version of libvirt.
- */
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virStorageVolGetName);
-
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- virStorageVolPtr vol = Volume_val (volv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_volv (volv);
- const char *r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virStorageVolGetName (vol));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virStorageVolGetName");
-
- rv = caml_copy_string (r);
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-#endif
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virStoragePoolLookupByVolume.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "vol : pool from vol".
- */
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEPOOLLOOKUPBYVOLUME
-extern virStoragePoolPtr virStoragePoolLookupByVolume (virStorageVolPtr vol) __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_storage_pool_lookup_by_volume (value volv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (volv);
-#ifndef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEPOOLLOOKUPBYVOLUME
- /* Symbol virStoragePoolLookupByVolume not found at compile time. */
- not_supported ("virStoragePoolLookupByVolume");
- CAMLnoreturn;
-#else
- /* Check that the symbol virStoragePoolLookupByVolume
- * is in runtime version of libvirt.
- */
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virStoragePoolLookupByVolume);
-
- CAMLlocal2 (rv, connv);
- virStorageVolPtr vol = Volume_val (volv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_volv (volv);
- virStoragePoolPtr r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virStoragePoolLookupByVolume (vol));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virStoragePoolLookupByVolume");
-
- connv = Field (volv, 1);
- rv = Val_pool (r, connv);
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-#endif
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virJobFree.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "job : free".
- */
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRJOBFREE
-extern int virJobFree (virJobPtr job) __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_job_free (value jobv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (jobv);
-#ifndef HAVE_VIRJOBFREE
- /* Symbol virJobFree not found at compile time. */
- not_supported ("virJobFree");
- CAMLnoreturn;
-#else
- /* Check that the symbol virJobFree
- * is in runtime version of libvirt.
- */
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virJobFree);
-
- virJobPtr job = Job_val (jobv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_jobv (jobv);
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virJobFree (job));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virJobFree");
-
- /* So that we don't double-free in the finalizer: */
- Job_val (jobv) = NULL;
-
- CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
-#endif
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virJobCancel.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "job : unit".
- */
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRJOBCANCEL
-extern int virJobCancel (virJobPtr job) __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_job_cancel (value jobv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (jobv);
-#ifndef HAVE_VIRJOBCANCEL
- /* Symbol virJobCancel not found at compile time. */
- not_supported ("virJobCancel");
- CAMLnoreturn;
-#else
- /* Check that the symbol virJobCancel
- * is in runtime version of libvirt.
- */
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virJobCancel);
-
- virJobPtr job = Job_val (jobv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_jobv (jobv);
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virJobCancel (job));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virJobCancel");
-
- CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
-#endif
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virJobGetNetwork.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "job : net from job".
- */
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRJOBGETNETWORK
-extern virNetworkPtr virJobGetNetwork (virJobPtr job) __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_job_get_network (value jobv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (jobv);
-#ifndef HAVE_VIRJOBGETNETWORK
- /* Symbol virJobGetNetwork not found at compile time. */
- not_supported ("virJobGetNetwork");
- CAMLnoreturn;
-#else
- /* Check that the symbol virJobGetNetwork
- * is in runtime version of libvirt.
- */
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virJobGetNetwork);
-
- CAMLlocal2 (rv, connv);
- virJobPtr job = Job_val (jobv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_jobv (jobv);
- virNetworkPtr r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virJobGetNetwork (job));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virJobGetNetwork");
-
- connv = Field (jobv, 1);
- rv = Val_network (r, connv);
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-#endif
-}
-
-/* Automatically generated binding for virJobGetDomain.
- * In generator.pl this function has signature "job : dom from job".
- */
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRJOBGETDOMAIN
-extern virDomainPtr virJobGetDomain (virJobPtr job) __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_job_get_domain (value jobv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (jobv);
-#ifndef HAVE_VIRJOBGETDOMAIN
- /* Symbol virJobGetDomain not found at compile time. */
- not_supported ("virJobGetDomain");
- CAMLnoreturn;
-#else
- /* Check that the symbol virJobGetDomain
- * is in runtime version of libvirt.
- */
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virJobGetDomain);
-
- CAMLlocal2 (rv, connv);
- virJobPtr job = Job_val (jobv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_jobv (jobv);
- virDomainPtr r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virJobGetDomain (job));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virJobGetDomain");
-
- connv = Field (jobv, 1);
- rv = Val_domain (r, connv);
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-#endif
-}
-
-#include "libvirt_c_epilogue.c"
-
-/* EOF */
diff --git a/libvirt/libvirt_c_epilogue.c b/libvirt/libvirt_c_epilogue.c
deleted file mode 100644
index 78bd23e..0000000
--- a/libvirt/libvirt_c_epilogue.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,548 +0,0 @@
-/* OCaml bindings for libvirt.
- * (C) Copyright 2007 Richard W.M. Jones, Red Hat Inc.
- * http://libvirt.org/
- *
- * This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
- * modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public
- * License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either
- * version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
- *
- * This library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
- * but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
- * MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU
- * Lesser General Public License for more details.
- *
- * You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public
- * License along with this library; if not, write to the Free Software
- * Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA
- */
-
-/* Please read libvirt/README file. */
-
-static char *
-Optstring_val (value strv)
-{
- if (strv == Val_int (0)) /* None */
- return NULL;
- else /* Some string */
- return String_val (Field (strv, 0));
-}
-
-static value
-Val_opt (void *ptr, Val_ptr_t Val_ptr)
-{
- CAMLparam0 ();
- CAMLlocal2 (optv, ptrv);
-
- if (ptr) { /* Some ptr */
- optv = caml_alloc (1, 0);
- ptrv = Val_ptr (ptr);
- Store_field (optv, 0, ptrv);
- } else /* None */
- optv = Val_int (0);
-
- CAMLreturn (optv);
-}
-
-#if 0
-static value
-option_default (value option, value deflt)
-{
- if (option == Val_int (0)) /* "None" */
- return deflt;
- else /* "Some 'a" */
- return Field (option, 0);
-}
-#endif
-
-static void
-_raise_virterror (virConnectPtr conn, const char *fn)
-{
- CAMLparam0 ();
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- virErrorPtr errp;
- struct _virError err;
-
- errp = conn ? virConnGetLastError (conn) : virGetLastError ();
-
- if (!errp) {
- /* Fake a _virError structure. */
- memset (&err, 0, sizeof err);
- err.code = VIR_ERR_INTERNAL_ERROR;
- err.domain = VIR_FROM_NONE;
- err.level = VIR_ERR_ERROR;
- err.message = (char *) fn;
- errp = &err;
- }
-
- rv = Val_virterror (errp);
- caml_raise_with_arg (*caml_named_value ("ocaml_libvirt_virterror"), rv);
-
- /*NOTREACHED*/
- /* Suppresses a compiler warning. */
- (void) caml__frame;
-}
-
-/* Raise an error if a function is not supported. */
-static void
-not_supported (const char *fn)
-{
- CAMLparam0 ();
- CAMLlocal1 (fnv);
-
- fnv = caml_copy_string (fn);
- caml_raise_with_arg (*caml_named_value ("ocaml_libvirt_not_supported"), fnv);
-
- /*NOTREACHED*/
- /* Suppresses a compiler warning. */
- (void) caml__frame;
-}
-
-/* Convert the virErrorNumber, virErrorDomain and virErrorLevel enums
- * into values (longs because they are variants in OCaml).
- *
- * The enum values are part of the libvirt ABI so they cannot change,
- * which means that we can convert these numbers directly into
- * OCaml variants (which use the same ordering) very fast.
- *
- * The tricky part here is when we are linked to a newer version of
- * libvirt than the one we were compiled against. If the newer libvirt
- * generates an error code which we don't know about then we need
- * to convert it into VIR_*_UNKNOWN (code).
- */
-
-#define MAX_VIR_CODE 50 /* VIR_ERR_NO_STORAGE_VOL */
-#define MAX_VIR_DOMAIN 17 /* VIR_FROM_STORAGE */
-#define MAX_VIR_LEVEL VIR_ERR_ERROR
-
-static inline value
-Val_err_number (virErrorNumber code)
-{
- CAMLparam0 ();
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
-
- if (0 <= code && code <= MAX_VIR_CODE)
- rv = Val_int (code);
- else {
- rv = caml_alloc (1, 0); /* VIR_ERR_UNKNOWN (code) */
- Store_field (rv, 0, Val_int (code));
- }
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-}
-
-static inline value
-Val_err_domain (virErrorDomain code)
-{
- CAMLparam0 ();
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
-
- if (0 <= code && code <= MAX_VIR_DOMAIN)
- rv = Val_int (code);
- else {
- rv = caml_alloc (1, 0); /* VIR_FROM_UNKNOWN (code) */
- Store_field (rv, 0, Val_int (code));
- }
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-}
-
-static inline value
-Val_err_level (virErrorLevel code)
-{
- CAMLparam0 ();
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
-
- if (0 <= code && code <= MAX_VIR_LEVEL)
- rv = Val_int (code);
- else {
- rv = caml_alloc (1, 0); /* VIR_ERR_UNKNOWN_LEVEL (code) */
- Store_field (rv, 0, Val_int (code));
- }
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-}
-
-/* Convert a virterror to a value. */
-static value
-Val_virterror (virErrorPtr err)
-{
- CAMLparam0 ();
- CAMLlocal3 (rv, connv, optv);
-
- rv = caml_alloc (12, 0);
- Store_field (rv, 0, Val_err_number (err->code));
- Store_field (rv, 1, Val_err_domain (err->domain));
- Store_field (rv, 2,
- Val_opt (err->message, (Val_ptr_t) caml_copy_string));
- Store_field (rv, 3, Val_err_level (err->level));
-
- /* conn, dom and net fields, all optional */
- if (err->conn) {
- connv = Val_connect_no_finalize (err->conn);
- optv = caml_alloc (1, 0);
- Store_field (optv, 0, connv);
- Store_field (rv, 4, optv); /* Some conn */
-
- if (err->dom) {
- optv = caml_alloc (1, 0);
- Store_field (optv, 0, Val_domain_no_finalize (err->dom, connv));
- Store_field (rv, 5, optv); /* Some (dom, conn) */
- }
- else
- Store_field (rv, 5, Val_int (0)); /* None */
- if (err->net) {
- optv = caml_alloc (1, 0);
- Store_field (optv, 0, Val_network_no_finalize (err->net, connv));
- Store_field (rv, 11, optv); /* Some (net, conn) */
- } else
- Store_field (rv, 11, Val_int (0)); /* None */
- } else {
- Store_field (rv, 4, Val_int (0)); /* None */
- Store_field (rv, 5, Val_int (0)); /* None */
- Store_field (rv, 11, Val_int (0)); /* None */
- }
-
- Store_field (rv, 6,
- Val_opt (err->str1, (Val_ptr_t) caml_copy_string));
- Store_field (rv, 7,
- Val_opt (err->str2, (Val_ptr_t) caml_copy_string));
- Store_field (rv, 8,
- Val_opt (err->str3, (Val_ptr_t) caml_copy_string));
- Store_field (rv, 9, caml_copy_int32 (err->int1));
- Store_field (rv, 10, caml_copy_int32 (err->int2));
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-}
-
-static void conn_finalize (value);
-static void dom_finalize (value);
-static void net_finalize (value);
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEPOOLPTR
-static void pol_finalize (value);
-#endif
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEVOLPTR
-static void vol_finalize (value);
-#endif
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRJOBPTR
-static void jb_finalize (value);
-#endif
-
-static struct custom_operations conn_custom_operations = {
- "conn_custom_operations",
- conn_finalize,
- custom_compare_default,
- custom_hash_default,
- custom_serialize_default,
- custom_deserialize_default
-};
-
-static struct custom_operations dom_custom_operations = {
- "dom_custom_operations",
- dom_finalize,
- custom_compare_default,
- custom_hash_default,
- custom_serialize_default,
- custom_deserialize_default
-
-};
-
-static struct custom_operations net_custom_operations = {
- "net_custom_operations",
- net_finalize,
- custom_compare_default,
- custom_hash_default,
- custom_serialize_default,
- custom_deserialize_default
-};
-
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEPOOLPTR
-static struct custom_operations pol_custom_operations = {
- "pol_custom_operations",
- pol_finalize,
- custom_compare_default,
- custom_hash_default,
- custom_serialize_default,
- custom_deserialize_default
-};
-#endif
-
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEVOLPTR
-static struct custom_operations vol_custom_operations = {
- "vol_custom_operations",
- vol_finalize,
- custom_compare_default,
- custom_hash_default,
- custom_serialize_default,
- custom_deserialize_default
-};
-#endif
-
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRJOBPTR
-static struct custom_operations jb_custom_operations = {
- "jb_custom_operations",
- jb_finalize,
- custom_compare_default,
- custom_hash_default,
- custom_serialize_default,
- custom_deserialize_default
-};
-#endif
-
-static value
-Val_connect (virConnectPtr conn)
-{
- CAMLparam0 ();
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- rv = caml_alloc_custom (&conn_custom_operations,
- sizeof (virConnectPtr), 0, 1);
- Connect_val (rv) = conn;
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-}
-
-static value
-Val_dom (virDomainPtr dom)
-{
- CAMLparam0 ();
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- rv = caml_alloc_custom (&dom_custom_operations,
- sizeof (virDomainPtr), 0, 1);
- Dom_val (rv) = dom;
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-}
-
-static value
-Val_net (virNetworkPtr net)
-{
- CAMLparam0 ();
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- rv = caml_alloc_custom (&net_custom_operations,
- sizeof (virNetworkPtr), 0, 1);
- Net_val (rv) = net;
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-}
-
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEPOOLPTR
-static value
-Val_pol (virStoragePoolPtr pol)
-{
- CAMLparam0 ();
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- rv = caml_alloc_custom (&pol_custom_operations,
- sizeof (virStoragePoolPtr), 0, 1);
- Pol_val (rv) = pol;
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-}
-#endif
-
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEVOLPTR
-static value
-Val_vol (virStorageVolPtr vol)
-{
- CAMLparam0 ();
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- rv = caml_alloc_custom (&vol_custom_operations,
- sizeof (virStorageVolPtr), 0, 1);
- Vol_val (rv) = vol;
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-}
-#endif
-
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRJOBPTR
-static value
-Val_jb (virJobPtr jb)
-{
- CAMLparam0 ();
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- rv = caml_alloc_custom (&jb_custom_operations,
- sizeof (virJobPtr), 0, 1);
- Jb_val (rv) = jb;
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-}
-#endif
-
-/* No-finalize versions of Val_connect, Val_dom, Val_net ONLY for use
- * by virterror wrappers.
- */
-static value
-Val_connect_no_finalize (virConnectPtr conn)
-{
- CAMLparam0 ();
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- rv = caml_alloc (1, Abstract_tag);
- Store_field (rv, 0, (value) conn);
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-}
-
-static value
-Val_dom_no_finalize (virDomainPtr dom)
-{
- CAMLparam0 ();
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- rv = caml_alloc (1, Abstract_tag);
- Store_field (rv, 0, (value) dom);
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-}
-
-static value
-Val_net_no_finalize (virNetworkPtr net)
-{
- CAMLparam0 ();
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- rv = caml_alloc (1, Abstract_tag);
- Store_field (rv, 0, (value) net);
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-}
-
-/* This wraps up the (dom, conn) pair (Domain.t). */
-static value
-Val_domain (virDomainPtr dom, value connv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (connv);
- CAMLlocal2 (rv, v);
-
- rv = caml_alloc_tuple (2);
- v = Val_dom (dom);
- Store_field (rv, 0, v);
- Store_field (rv, 1, connv);
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-}
-
-/* This wraps up the (net, conn) pair (Network.t). */
-static value
-Val_network (virNetworkPtr net, value connv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (connv);
- CAMLlocal2 (rv, v);
-
- rv = caml_alloc_tuple (2);
- v = Val_net (net);
- Store_field (rv, 0, v);
- Store_field (rv, 1, connv);
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-}
-
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEPOOLPTR
-/* This wraps up the (pol, conn) pair (Pool.t). */
-static value
-Val_pool (virStoragePoolPtr pol, value connv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (connv);
- CAMLlocal2 (rv, v);
-
- rv = caml_alloc_tuple (2);
- v = Val_pol (pol);
- Store_field (rv, 0, v);
- Store_field (rv, 1, connv);
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-}
-#endif
-
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEVOLPTR
-/* This wraps up the (vol, conn) pair (Volume.t). */
-static value
-Val_volume (virStorageVolPtr vol, value connv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (connv);
- CAMLlocal2 (rv, v);
-
- rv = caml_alloc_tuple (2);
- v = Val_vol (vol);
- Store_field (rv, 0, v);
- Store_field (rv, 1, connv);
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-}
-#endif
-
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRJOBPTR
-/* This wraps up the (jb, conn) pair (Job.t). */
-static value
-Val_job (virJobPtr jb, value connv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (connv);
- CAMLlocal2 (rv, v);
-
- rv = caml_alloc_tuple (2);
- v = Val_jb (jb);
- Store_field (rv, 0, v);
- Store_field (rv, 1, connv);
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-}
-#endif
-
-/* No-finalize versions of Val_domain, Val_network ONLY for use by
- * virterror wrappers.
- */
-static value
-Val_domain_no_finalize (virDomainPtr dom, value connv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (connv);
- CAMLlocal2 (rv, v);
-
- rv = caml_alloc_tuple (2);
- v = Val_dom_no_finalize (dom);
- Store_field (rv, 0, v);
- Store_field (rv, 1, connv);
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-}
-
-static value
-Val_network_no_finalize (virNetworkPtr net, value connv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (connv);
- CAMLlocal2 (rv, v);
-
- rv = caml_alloc_tuple (2);
- v = Val_net_no_finalize (net);
- Store_field (rv, 0, v);
- Store_field (rv, 1, connv);
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-}
-
-static void
-conn_finalize (value connv)
-{
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
- if (conn) (void) virConnectClose (conn);
-}
-
-static void
-dom_finalize (value domv)
-{
- virDomainPtr dom = Dom_val (domv);
- if (dom) (void) virDomainFree (dom);
-}
-
-static void
-net_finalize (value netv)
-{
- virNetworkPtr net = Net_val (netv);
- if (net) (void) virNetworkFree (net);
-}
-
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEPOOLPTR
-static void
-pol_finalize (value polv)
-{
- virStoragePoolPtr pol = Pol_val (polv);
- if (pol) (void) virStoragePoolFree (pol);
-}
-#endif
-
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEVOLPTR
-static void
-vol_finalize (value volv)
-{
- virStorageVolPtr vol = Vol_val (volv);
- if (vol) (void) virStorageVolFree (vol);
-}
-#endif
-
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRJOBPTR
-static void
-jb_finalize (value jbv)
-{
- virJobPtr jb = Jb_val (jbv);
- if (jb) (void) virJobFree (jb);
-}
-#endif
diff --git a/libvirt/libvirt_c_oneoffs.c b/libvirt/libvirt_c_oneoffs.c
deleted file mode 100644
index 5df783e..0000000
--- a/libvirt/libvirt_c_oneoffs.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,822 +0,0 @@
-/* OCaml bindings for libvirt.
- * (C) Copyright 2007 Richard W.M. Jones, Red Hat Inc.
- * http://libvirt.org/
- *
- * This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
- * modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public
- * License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either
- * version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
- *
- * This library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
- * but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
- * MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU
- * Lesser General Public License for more details.
- *
- * You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public
- * License along with this library; if not, write to the Free Software
- * Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA
- */
-
-/* Please read libvirt/README file. */
-
-/*----------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_get_version (value driverv, value unit)
-{
- CAMLparam2 (driverv, unit);
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- const char *driver = Optstring_val (driverv);
- unsigned long libVer, typeVer = 0, *typeVer_ptr;
- int r;
-
- typeVer_ptr = driver ? &typeVer : NULL;
- NONBLOCKING (r = virGetVersion (&libVer, driver, typeVer_ptr));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, NULL, "virGetVersion");
-
- rv = caml_alloc_tuple (2);
- Store_field (rv, 0, Val_int (libVer));
- Store_field (rv, 1, Val_int (typeVer));
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-}
-
-/*----------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-/* Connection object. */
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_connect_open (value namev, value unit)
-{
- CAMLparam2 (namev, unit);
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- const char *name = Optstring_val (namev);
- virConnectPtr conn;
-
- NONBLOCKING (conn = virConnectOpen (name));
- CHECK_ERROR (!conn, NULL, "virConnectOpen");
-
- rv = Val_connect (conn);
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-}
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_connect_open_readonly (value namev, value unit)
-{
- CAMLparam2 (namev, unit);
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- const char *name = Optstring_val (namev);
- virConnectPtr conn;
-
- NONBLOCKING (conn = virConnectOpenReadOnly (name));
- CHECK_ERROR (!conn, NULL, "virConnectOpen");
-
- rv = Val_connect (conn);
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-}
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_connect_get_version (value connv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (connv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
- unsigned long hvVer;
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virConnectGetVersion (conn, &hvVer));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virConnectGetVersion");
-
- CAMLreturn (Val_int (hvVer));
-}
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_connect_get_max_vcpus (value connv, value typev)
-{
- CAMLparam2 (connv, typev);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
- const char *type = Optstring_val (typev);
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virConnectGetMaxVcpus (conn, type));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virConnectGetMaxVcpus");
-
- CAMLreturn (Val_int (r));
-}
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_connect_get_node_info (value connv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (connv);
- CAMLlocal2 (rv, v);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
- virNodeInfo info;
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virNodeGetInfo (conn, &info));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virNodeGetInfo");
-
- rv = caml_alloc (8, 0);
- v = caml_copy_string (info.model); Store_field (rv, 0, v);
- v = caml_copy_int64 (info.memory); Store_field (rv, 1, v);
- Store_field (rv, 2, Val_int (info.cpus));
- Store_field (rv, 3, Val_int (info.mhz));
- Store_field (rv, 4, Val_int (info.nodes));
- Store_field (rv, 5, Val_int (info.sockets));
- Store_field (rv, 6, Val_int (info.cores));
- Store_field (rv, 7, Val_int (info.threads));
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-}
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRNODEGETFREEMEMORY
-extern unsigned long long virNodeGetFreeMemory (virConnectPtr conn)
- __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_connect_node_get_free_memory (value connv)
-{
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRNODEGETFREEMEMORY
- CAMLparam1 (connv);
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
- unsigned long long r;
-
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virNodeGetFreeMemory);
- NONBLOCKING (r = virNodeGetFreeMemory (conn));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == 0, conn, "virNodeGetFreeMemory");
-
- rv = caml_copy_int64 ((int64) r);
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-#else
- not_supported ("virNodeGetFreeMemory");
-#endif
-}
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRNODEGETCELLSFREEMEMORY
-extern int virNodeGetCellsFreeMemory (virConnectPtr conn,
- unsigned long long *freeMems,
- int startCell, int maxCells)
- __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_connect_node_get_cells_free_memory (value connv,
- value startv, value maxv)
-{
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRNODEGETCELLSFREEMEMORY
- CAMLparam3 (connv, startv, maxv);
- CAMLlocal2 (rv, iv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
- int start = Int_val (startv);
- int max = Int_val (maxv);
- int r, i;
- unsigned long long freemems[max];
-
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virNodeGetCellsFreeMemory);
- NONBLOCKING (r = virNodeGetCellsFreeMemory (conn, freemems, start, max));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virNodeGetCellsFreeMemory");
-
- rv = caml_alloc (r, 0);
- for (i = 0; i < r; ++i) {
- iv = caml_copy_int64 ((int64) freemems[i]);
- Store_field (rv, i, iv);
- }
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-#else
- not_supported ("virNodeGetCellsFreeMemory");
-#endif
-}
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_domain_get_id (value domv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (domv);
- virDomainPtr dom = Domain_val (domv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_domv (domv);
- unsigned int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virDomainGetID (dom));
- /* There's a bug in libvirt which means that if you try to get
- * the ID of a defined-but-not-running domain, it returns -1,
- * and there's no way to distinguish that from an error.
- */
- CHECK_ERROR (r == (unsigned int) -1, conn, "virDomainGetID");
-
- CAMLreturn (Val_int ((int) r));
-}
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_domain_get_max_memory (value domv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (domv);
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- virDomainPtr dom = Domain_val (domv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_domv (domv);
- unsigned long r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virDomainGetMaxMemory (dom));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == 0 /* [sic] */, conn, "virDomainGetMaxMemory");
-
- rv = caml_copy_int64 (r);
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-}
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_domain_set_max_memory (value domv, value memv)
-{
- CAMLparam2 (domv, memv);
- virDomainPtr dom = Domain_val (domv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_domv (domv);
- unsigned long mem = Int64_val (memv);
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virDomainSetMaxMemory (dom, mem));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virDomainSetMaxMemory");
-
- CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
-}
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_domain_set_memory (value domv, value memv)
-{
- CAMLparam2 (domv, memv);
- virDomainPtr dom = Domain_val (domv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_domv (domv);
- unsigned long mem = Int64_val (memv);
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virDomainSetMemory (dom, mem));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virDomainSetMemory");
-
- CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
-}
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_domain_get_info (value domv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (domv);
- CAMLlocal2 (rv, v);
- virDomainPtr dom = Domain_val (domv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_domv (domv);
- virDomainInfo info;
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virDomainGetInfo (dom, &info));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virDomainGetInfo");
-
- rv = caml_alloc (5, 0);
- Store_field (rv, 0, Val_int (info.state)); // These flags are compatible.
- v = caml_copy_int64 (info.maxMem); Store_field (rv, 1, v);
- v = caml_copy_int64 (info.memory); Store_field (rv, 2, v);
- Store_field (rv, 3, Val_int (info.nrVirtCpu));
- v = caml_copy_int64 (info.cpuTime); Store_field (rv, 4, v);
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-}
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRDOMAINGETSCHEDULERTYPE
-extern char *virDomainGetSchedulerType(virDomainPtr domain,
- int *nparams)
- __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_domain_get_scheduler_type (value domv)
-{
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRDOMAINGETSCHEDULERTYPE
- CAMLparam1 (domv);
- CAMLlocal2 (rv, strv);
- virDomainPtr dom = Domain_val (domv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_domv (domv);
- char *r;
- int nparams;
-
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virDomainGetSchedulerType);
- NONBLOCKING (r = virDomainGetSchedulerType (dom, &nparams));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virDomainGetSchedulerType");
-
- rv = caml_alloc_tuple (2);
- strv = caml_copy_string (r); Store_field (rv, 0, strv);
- free (r);
- Store_field (rv, 1, nparams);
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-#else
- not_supported ("virDomainGetSchedulerType");
-#endif
-}
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRDOMAINGETSCHEDULERPARAMETERS
-extern int virDomainGetSchedulerParameters (virDomainPtr domain,
- virSchedParameterPtr params,
- int *nparams)
- __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_domain_get_scheduler_parameters (value domv, value nparamsv)
-{
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRDOMAINGETSCHEDULERPARAMETERS
- CAMLparam2 (domv, nparamsv);
- CAMLlocal4 (rv, v, v2, v3);
- virDomainPtr dom = Domain_val (domv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_domv (domv);
- int nparams = Int_val (nparamsv);
- virSchedParameter params[nparams];
- int r, i;
-
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virDomainGetSchedulerParameters);
- NONBLOCKING (r = virDomainGetSchedulerParameters (dom, params, &nparams));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virDomainGetSchedulerParameters");
-
- rv = caml_alloc (nparams, 0);
- for (i = 0; i < nparams; ++i) {
- v = caml_alloc_tuple (2); Store_field (rv, i, v);
- v2 = caml_copy_string (params[i].field); Store_field (v, 0, v2);
- switch (params[i].type) {
- case VIR_DOMAIN_SCHED_FIELD_INT:
- v2 = caml_alloc (1, 0);
- v3 = caml_copy_int32 (params[i].value.i); Store_field (v2, 0, v3);
- break;
- case VIR_DOMAIN_SCHED_FIELD_UINT:
- v2 = caml_alloc (1, 1);
- v3 = caml_copy_int32 (params[i].value.ui); Store_field (v2, 0, v3);
- break;
- case VIR_DOMAIN_SCHED_FIELD_LLONG:
- v2 = caml_alloc (1, 2);
- v3 = caml_copy_int64 (params[i].value.l); Store_field (v2, 0, v3);
- break;
- case VIR_DOMAIN_SCHED_FIELD_ULLONG:
- v2 = caml_alloc (1, 3);
- v3 = caml_copy_int64 (params[i].value.ul); Store_field (v2, 0, v3);
- break;
- case VIR_DOMAIN_SCHED_FIELD_DOUBLE:
- v2 = caml_alloc (1, 4);
- v3 = caml_copy_double (params[i].value.d); Store_field (v2, 0, v3);
- break;
- case VIR_DOMAIN_SCHED_FIELD_BOOLEAN:
- v2 = caml_alloc (1, 5);
- Store_field (v2, 0, Val_int (params[i].value.b));
- break;
- default:
- caml_failwith ((char *)__FUNCTION__);
- }
- Store_field (v, 1, v2);
- }
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-#else
- not_supported ("virDomainGetSchedulerParameters");
-#endif
-}
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRDOMAINSETSCHEDULERPARAMETERS
-extern int virDomainSetSchedulerParameters (virDomainPtr domain,
- virSchedParameterPtr params,
- int nparams)
- __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_domain_set_scheduler_parameters (value domv, value paramsv)
-{
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRDOMAINSETSCHEDULERPARAMETERS
- CAMLparam2 (domv, paramsv);
- CAMLlocal1 (v);
- virDomainPtr dom = Domain_val (domv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_domv (domv);
- int nparams = Wosize_val (paramsv);
- virSchedParameter params[nparams];
- int r, i;
- char *name;
-
- for (i = 0; i < nparams; ++i) {
- v = Field (paramsv, i); /* Points to the two-element tuple. */
- name = String_val (Field (v, 0));
- strncpy (params[i].field, name, VIR_DOMAIN_SCHED_FIELD_LENGTH);
- params[i].field[VIR_DOMAIN_SCHED_FIELD_LENGTH-1] = '\0';
- v = Field (v, 1); /* Points to the sched_param_value block. */
- switch (Tag_val (v)) {
- case 0:
- params[i].type = VIR_DOMAIN_SCHED_FIELD_INT;
- params[i].value.i = Int32_val (Field (v, 0));
- break;
- case 1:
- params[i].type = VIR_DOMAIN_SCHED_FIELD_UINT;
- params[i].value.ui = Int32_val (Field (v, 0));
- break;
- case 2:
- params[i].type = VIR_DOMAIN_SCHED_FIELD_LLONG;
- params[i].value.l = Int64_val (Field (v, 0));
- break;
- case 3:
- params[i].type = VIR_DOMAIN_SCHED_FIELD_ULLONG;
- params[i].value.ul = Int64_val (Field (v, 0));
- break;
- case 4:
- params[i].type = VIR_DOMAIN_SCHED_FIELD_DOUBLE;
- params[i].value.d = Double_val (Field (v, 0));
- break;
- case 5:
- params[i].type = VIR_DOMAIN_SCHED_FIELD_BOOLEAN;
- params[i].value.b = Int_val (Field (v, 0));
- break;
- default:
- caml_failwith ((char *)__FUNCTION__);
- }
- }
-
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virDomainSetSchedulerParameters);
- NONBLOCKING (r = virDomainSetSchedulerParameters (dom, params, nparams));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virDomainSetSchedulerParameters");
-
- CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
-#else
- not_supported ("virDomainSetSchedulerParameters");
-#endif
-}
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_domain_set_vcpus (value domv, value nvcpusv)
-{
- CAMLparam2 (domv, nvcpusv);
- virDomainPtr dom = Domain_val (domv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_domv (domv);
- int r, nvcpus = Int_val (nvcpusv);
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virDomainSetVcpus (dom, nvcpus));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virDomainSetVcpus");
-
- CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
-}
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_domain_pin_vcpu (value domv, value vcpuv, value cpumapv)
-{
- CAMLparam3 (domv, vcpuv, cpumapv);
- virDomainPtr dom = Domain_val (domv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_domv (domv);
- int maplen = caml_string_length (cpumapv);
- unsigned char *cpumap = (unsigned char *) String_val (cpumapv);
- int vcpu = Int_val (vcpuv);
- int r;
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virDomainPinVcpu (dom, vcpu, cpumap, maplen));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virDomainPinVcpu");
-
- CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
-}
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_domain_get_vcpus (value domv, value maxinfov, value maplenv)
-{
- CAMLparam3 (domv, maxinfov, maplenv);
- CAMLlocal5 (rv, infov, strv, v, v2);
- virDomainPtr dom = Domain_val (domv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_domv (domv);
- int maxinfo = Int_val (maxinfov);
- int maplen = Int_val (maplenv);
- virVcpuInfo info[maxinfo];
- unsigned char cpumaps[maxinfo * maplen];
- int r, i;
-
- memset (info, 0, sizeof (virVcpuInfo) * maxinfo);
- memset (cpumaps, 0, maxinfo * maplen);
-
- NONBLOCKING (r = virDomainGetVcpus (dom, info, maxinfo, cpumaps, maplen));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virDomainPinVcpu");
-
- /* Copy the virVcpuInfo structures. */
- infov = caml_alloc (maxinfo, 0);
- for (i = 0; i < maxinfo; ++i) {
- v2 = caml_alloc (4, 0); Store_field (infov, i, v2);
- Store_field (v2, 0, Val_int (info[i].number));
- Store_field (v2, 1, Val_int (info[i].state));
- v = caml_copy_int64 (info[i].cpuTime); Store_field (v2, 2, v);
- Store_field (v2, 3, Val_int (info[i].cpu));
- }
-
- /* Copy the bitmap. */
- strv = caml_alloc_string (maxinfo * maplen);
- memcpy (String_val (strv), cpumaps, maxinfo * maplen);
-
- /* Allocate the tuple and return it. */
- rv = caml_alloc_tuple (3);
- Store_field (rv, 0, Val_int (r)); /* number of CPUs. */
- Store_field (rv, 1, infov);
- Store_field (rv, 2, strv);
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-}
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRDOMAINMIGRATE
-extern virDomainPtr virDomainMigrate (virDomainPtr domain, virConnectPtr dconn,
- unsigned long flags, const char *dname,
- const char *uri, unsigned long bandwidth)
- __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_domain_migrate_native (value domv, value dconnv, value flagsv, value optdnamev, value opturiv, value optbandwidthv, value unitv)
-{
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRDOMAINMIGRATE
- CAMLparam5 (domv, dconnv, flagsv, optdnamev, opturiv);
- CAMLxparam2 (optbandwidthv, unitv);
- CAMLlocal2 (flagv, rv);
- virDomainPtr dom = Domain_val (domv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_domv (domv);
- virConnectPtr dconn = Connect_val (dconnv);
- int flags = 0;
- const char *dname = Optstring_val (optdnamev);
- const char *uri = Optstring_val (opturiv);
- unsigned long bandwidth;
- virDomainPtr r;
-
- /* Iterate over the list of flags. */
- for (; flagsv != Val_int (0); flagsv = Field (flagsv, 1))
- {
- flagv = Field (flagsv, 0);
- if (flagv == Int_val(0))
- flags |= VIR_MIGRATE_LIVE;
- }
-
- if (optbandwidthv == Val_int (0)) /* None */
- bandwidth = 0;
- else /* Some bandwidth */
- bandwidth = Int_val (Field (optbandwidthv, 0));
-
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virDomainMigrate);
- NONBLOCKING (r = virDomainMigrate (dom, dconn, flags, dname, uri, bandwidth));
- CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virDomainMigrate");
-
- rv = Val_domain (r, dconnv);
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-
-#else /* virDomainMigrate not supported */
- not_supported ("virDomainMigrate");
-#endif
-}
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_domain_migrate_bytecode (value *argv, int argn)
-{
- return ocaml_libvirt_domain_migrate_native (argv[0], argv[1], argv[2],
- argv[3], argv[4], argv[5],
- argv[6]);
-}
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRDOMAINBLOCKSTATS
-extern int virDomainBlockStats (virDomainPtr dom,
- const char *path,
- virDomainBlockStatsPtr stats,
- size_t size)
- __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_domain_block_stats (value domv, value pathv)
-{
-#if HAVE_VIRDOMAINBLOCKSTATS
- CAMLparam2 (domv, pathv);
- CAMLlocal2 (rv,v);
- virDomainPtr dom = Domain_val (domv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_domv (domv);
- char *path = String_val (pathv);
- struct _virDomainBlockStats stats;
- int r;
-
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virDomainBlockStats);
- NONBLOCKING (r = virDomainBlockStats (dom, path, &stats, sizeof stats));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virDomainBlockStats");
-
- rv = caml_alloc (5, 0);
- v = caml_copy_int64 (stats.rd_req); Store_field (rv, 0, v);
- v = caml_copy_int64 (stats.rd_bytes); Store_field (rv, 1, v);
- v = caml_copy_int64 (stats.wr_req); Store_field (rv, 2, v);
- v = caml_copy_int64 (stats.wr_bytes); Store_field (rv, 3, v);
- v = caml_copy_int64 (stats.errs); Store_field (rv, 4, v);
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-#else
- not_supported ("virDomainBlockStats");
-#endif
-}
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRDOMAININTERFACESTATS
-extern int virDomainInterfaceStats (virDomainPtr dom,
- const char *path,
- virDomainInterfaceStatsPtr stats,
- size_t size)
- __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_domain_interface_stats (value domv, value pathv)
-{
-#if HAVE_VIRDOMAININTERFACESTATS
- CAMLparam2 (domv, pathv);
- CAMLlocal2 (rv,v);
- virDomainPtr dom = Domain_val (domv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_domv (domv);
- char *path = String_val (pathv);
- struct _virDomainInterfaceStats stats;
- int r;
-
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virDomainInterfaceStats);
- NONBLOCKING (r = virDomainInterfaceStats (dom, path, &stats, sizeof stats));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virDomainInterfaceStats");
-
- rv = caml_alloc (8, 0);
- v = caml_copy_int64 (stats.rx_bytes); Store_field (rv, 0, v);
- v = caml_copy_int64 (stats.rx_packets); Store_field (rv, 1, v);
- v = caml_copy_int64 (stats.rx_errs); Store_field (rv, 2, v);
- v = caml_copy_int64 (stats.rx_drop); Store_field (rv, 3, v);
- v = caml_copy_int64 (stats.tx_bytes); Store_field (rv, 4, v);
- v = caml_copy_int64 (stats.tx_packets); Store_field (rv, 5, v);
- v = caml_copy_int64 (stats.tx_errs); Store_field (rv, 6, v);
- v = caml_copy_int64 (stats.tx_drop); Store_field (rv, 7, v);
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-#else
- not_supported ("virDomainInterfaceStats");
-#endif
-}
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEPOOLGETINFO
-extern int virStoragePoolGetInfo(virStoragePoolPtr pool, virStoragePoolInfoPtr info)
- __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_storage_pool_get_info (value poolv)
-{
-#if HAVE_VIRSTORAGEPOOLGETINFO
- CAMLparam1 (poolv);
- CAMLlocal2 (rv, v);
- virStoragePoolPtr pool = Pool_val (poolv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_polv (poolv);
- virStoragePoolInfo info;
- int r;
-
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virStoragePoolGetInfo);
- NONBLOCKING (r = virStoragePoolGetInfo (pool, &info));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virStoragePoolGetInfo");
-
- rv = caml_alloc (4, 0);
- Store_field (rv, 0, Val_int (info.state));
- v = caml_copy_int64 (info.capacity); Store_field (rv, 1, v);
- v = caml_copy_int64 (info.allocation); Store_field (rv, 2, v);
- v = caml_copy_int64 (info.available); Store_field (rv, 3, v);
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-#else
- not_supported ("virStoragePoolGetInfo");
-#endif
-}
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEVOLGETINFO
-extern int virStorageVolGetInfo(virStorageVolPtr vol, virStorageVolInfoPtr info)
- __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_storage_vol_get_info (value volv)
-{
-#if HAVE_VIRSTORAGEVOLGETINFO
- CAMLparam1 (volv);
- CAMLlocal2 (rv, v);
- virStorageVolPtr vol = Volume_val (volv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_volv (volv);
- virStorageVolInfo info;
- int r;
-
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virStorageVolGetInfo);
- NONBLOCKING (r = virStorageVolGetInfo (vol, &info));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virStorageVolGetInfo");
-
- rv = caml_alloc (3, 0);
- Store_field (rv, 0, Val_int (info.type));
- v = caml_copy_int64 (info.capacity); Store_field (rv, 1, v);
- v = caml_copy_int64 (info.allocation); Store_field (rv, 1, v);
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-#else
- not_supported ("virStorageVolGetInfo");
-#endif
-}
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRJOBGETINFO
-extern int virJobGetInfo(virJobPtr job, virJobInfoPtr info)
- __attribute__((weak));
-#endif
-#endif
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_job_get_info (value jobv)
-{
-#if HAVE_VIRJOBGETINFO
- CAMLparam1 (jobv);
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- virJobPtr job = Job_val (jobv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_jobv (jobv);
- virJobInfo info;
- int r;
-
- WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virJobGetInfo);
- NONBLOCKING (r = virJobGetInfo (job, &info));
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virJobGetInfo");
-
- rv = caml_alloc (5, 0);
- Store_field (rv, 0, Val_int (info.type));
- Store_field (rv, 1, Val_int (info.state));
- Store_field (rv, 2, Val_int (info.runningTime));
- Store_field (rv, 3, Val_int (info.remainingTime));
- Store_field (rv, 4, Val_int (info.percentComplete));
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-#else
- not_supported ("virJobGetInfo");
-#endif
-}
-
-/*----------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_virterror_get_last_error (value unitv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (unitv);
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- virErrorPtr err = virGetLastError ();
-
- rv = Val_opt (err, (Val_ptr_t) Val_virterror);
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-}
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_virterror_get_last_conn_error (value connv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (connv);
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
-
- rv = Val_opt (conn, (Val_ptr_t) Val_connect);
-
- CAMLreturn (rv);
-}
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_virterror_reset_last_error (value unitv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (unitv);
- virResetLastError ();
- CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
-}
-
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_virterror_reset_last_conn_error (value connv)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (connv);
- virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
- virConnResetLastError (conn);
- CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
-}
-
-/*----------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-/* Initialise the library. */
-CAMLprim value
-ocaml_libvirt_init (value unit)
-{
- CAMLparam1 (unit);
- CAMLlocal1 (rv);
- int r;
-
- r = virInitialize ();
- CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, NULL, "virInitialize");
-
- CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
-}
diff --git a/libvirt/libvirt_c_prologue.c b/libvirt/libvirt_c_prologue.c
deleted file mode 100644
index 7fe9714..0000000
--- a/libvirt/libvirt_c_prologue.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,191 +0,0 @@
-/* OCaml bindings for libvirt.
- * (C) Copyright 2007 Richard W.M. Jones, Red Hat Inc.
- * http://libvirt.org/
- *
- * This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
- * modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public
- * License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either
- * version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
- *
- * This library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
- * but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
- * MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU
- * Lesser General Public License for more details.
- *
- * You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public
- * License along with this library; if not, write to the Free Software
- * Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA
- */
-
-/* Please read libvirt/README file. */
-
-static char *Optstring_val (value strv);
-typedef value (*Val_ptr_t) (void *);
-static value Val_opt (void *ptr, Val_ptr_t Val_ptr);
-/*static value option_default (value option, value deflt);*/
-static void _raise_virterror (virConnectPtr conn, const char *fn) Noreturn;
-static void not_supported (const char *fn) Noreturn;
-static value Val_virterror (virErrorPtr err);
-
-/* Use this around synchronous libvirt API calls to release the OCaml
- * lock, allowing other threads to run simultaneously. 'code' must not
- * perform any caml_* calls, run any OCaml code, or raise any exception.
- * http://web.archive.org/web/20030521020915/http://caml.inria.fr/archives/200106/msg00199.html
- */
-#define NONBLOCKING(code) \
- do { \
- caml_enter_blocking_section (); \
- code; \
- caml_leave_blocking_section (); \
- } while (0)
-
-/* Check error condition from a libvirt function, and automatically raise
- * an exception if one is found.
- */
-#define CHECK_ERROR(cond, conn, fn) \
- do { if (cond) _raise_virterror (conn, fn); } while (0)
-
-/* For more about weak symbols, see:
- * http://kolpackov.net/pipermail/notes/2004-March/000006.html
- * We are using this to do runtime detection of library functions
- * so that if we dynamically link with an older version of
- * libvirt than we were compiled against, it won't fail (provided
- * libvirt >= 0.2.1 - we don't support anything older).
- */
-#ifdef __GNUC__
-#ifdef linux
-#if (__GNUC__ == 3 && __GNUC_MINOR__ >= 3) || (__GNUC__ > 3)
-#define HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS 1
-#endif
-#endif
-#endif
-
-#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
-#define WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK(sym) \
- do { if (!sym) not_supported(#sym); } while (0)
-#else
-#define WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK(sym)
-#endif /* HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS */
-
-/*----------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-/* Some notes about the use of custom blocks to store virConnectPtr,
- * virDomainPtr and virNetworkPtr.
- *------------------------------------------------------------------
- *
- * Libvirt does some tricky reference counting to keep track of
- * virConnectPtr's, virDomainPtr's and virNetworkPtr's.
- *
- * There is only one function which can return a virConnectPtr
- * (virConnectOpen*) and that allocates a new one each time.
- *
- * virDomainPtr/virNetworkPtr's on the other hand can be returned
- * repeatedly (for the same underlying domain/network), and we must
- * keep track of each one and explicitly free it with virDomainFree
- * or virNetworkFree. If we lose track of one then the reference
- * counting in libvirt will keep it open. We therefore wrap these
- * in a custom block with a finalizer function.
- *
- * We also have to allow the user to explicitly free them, in
- * which case we set the pointer inside the custom block to NULL.
- * The finalizer notices this and doesn't free the object.
- *
- * Domains and networks "belong to" a connection. We have to avoid
- * the situation like this:
- *
- * let conn = Connect.open ... in
- * let dom = Domain.lookup_by_id conn 0 in
- * (* conn goes out of scope and is garbage collected *)
- * printf "dom name = %s\n" (Domain.get_name dom)
- *
- * The reason is that when conn is garbage collected, virConnectClose
- * is called and any subsequent operations on dom will fail (in fact
- * will probably segfault). To stop this from happening, the OCaml
- * wrappers store domains (and networks) as explicit (dom, conn)
- * pairs.
- *
- * Further complication with virterror / exceptions: Virterror gives
- * us virConnectPtr, virDomainPtr, virNetworkPtr pointers. If we
- * follow standard practice and wrap these up in blocks with
- * finalizers then we'll end up double-freeing (in particular, calling
- * virConnectClose at the wrong time). So for virterror, we have
- * "special" wrapper functions (Val_connect_no_finalize, etc.).
- *
- * Update 2008/01: Storage pools and volumes work the same way as
- * domains and networks. And jobs.
- */
-
-/* Unwrap a custom block. */
-#define Connect_val(rv) (*((virConnectPtr *)Data_custom_val(rv)))
-#define Dom_val(rv) (*((virDomainPtr *)Data_custom_val(rv)))
-#define Net_val(rv) (*((virNetworkPtr *)Data_custom_val(rv)))
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEPOOLPTR
-#define Pol_val(rv) (*((virStoragePoolPtr *)Data_custom_val(rv)))
-#endif
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEVOLPTR
-#define Vol_val(rv) (*((virStorageVolPtr *)Data_custom_val(rv)))
-#endif
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRJOBPTR
-#define Jb_val(rv) (*((virJobPtr *)Data_custom_val(rv)))
-#endif
-
-/* Wrap up a pointer to something in a custom block. */
-static value Val_connect (virConnectPtr conn);
-static value Val_dom (virDomainPtr dom);
-static value Val_net (virNetworkPtr net);
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEPOOLPTR
-static value Val_pol (virStoragePoolPtr pool);
-#endif
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEVOLPTR
-static value Val_vol (virStorageVolPtr vol);
-#endif
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRJOBPTR
-static value Val_jb (virJobPtr jb);
-#endif
-
-/* ONLY for use by virterror wrappers. */
-static value Val_connect_no_finalize (virConnectPtr conn);
-static value Val_dom_no_finalize (virDomainPtr dom);
-static value Val_net_no_finalize (virNetworkPtr net);
-
-/* Domains and networks are stored as pairs (dom/net, conn), so have
- * some convenience functions for unwrapping and wrapping them.
- */
-#define Domain_val(rv) (Dom_val(Field((rv),0)))
-#define Network_val(rv) (Net_val(Field((rv),0)))
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEPOOLPTR
-#define Pool_val(rv) (Pol_val(Field((rv),0)))
-#endif
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEVOLPTR
-#define Volume_val(rv) (Vol_val(Field((rv),0)))
-#endif
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRJOBPTR
-#define Job_val(rv) (Jb_val(Field((rv),0)))
-#endif
-#define Connect_domv(rv) (Connect_val(Field((rv),1)))
-#define Connect_netv(rv) (Connect_val(Field((rv),1)))
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEPOOLPTR
-#define Connect_polv(rv) (Connect_val(Field((rv),1)))
-#endif
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEVOLPTR
-#define Connect_volv(rv) (Connect_val(Field((rv),1)))
-#endif
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRJOBPTR
-#define Connect_jobv(rv) (Connect_val(Field((rv),1)))
-#endif
-
-static value Val_domain (virDomainPtr dom, value connv);
-static value Val_network (virNetworkPtr net, value connv);
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEPOOLPTR
-static value Val_pool (virStoragePoolPtr pol, value connv);
-#endif
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRSTORAGEVOLPTR
-static value Val_volume (virStorageVolPtr vol, value connv);
-#endif
-#ifdef HAVE_VIRJOBPTR
-static value Val_job (virJobPtr jb, value connv);
-#endif
-
-/* ONLY for use by virterror wrappers. */
-static value Val_domain_no_finalize (virDomainPtr dom, value connv);
-static value Val_network_no_finalize (virNetworkPtr net, value connv);
diff --git a/libvirt/libvirt_version.ml.in b/libvirt/libvirt_version.ml.in
deleted file mode 100755
index ef7aea5..0000000
--- a/libvirt/libvirt_version.ml.in
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,21 +0,0 @@
-(* Helper module containing the version of the OCaml bindings.
- (C) Copyright 2007 Richard W.M. Jones, Red Hat Inc.
- http://libvirt.org/
-
- This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
- modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public
- License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either
- version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
-
- This library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
- but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
- MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU
- Lesser General Public License for more details.
-
- You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public
- License along with this library; if not, write to the Free Software
- Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA
- *)
-
-let package = "@PACKAGE_NAME@"
-let version = "@PACKAGE_VERSION@"
diff --git a/libvirt/libvirt_version.mli b/libvirt/libvirt_version.mli
deleted file mode 100755
index b1755ba..0000000
--- a/libvirt/libvirt_version.mli
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,25 +0,0 @@
-(** OCaml bindings for libvirt.
- (C) Copyright 2007 Richard W.M. Jones, Red Hat Inc.
- http://libvirt.org/
-
- This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
- modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public
- License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either
- version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
-
- This library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
- but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
- MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU
- Lesser General Public License for more details.
-
- You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public
- License along with this library; if not, write to the Free Software
- Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA
-*)
-
-val package : string
-val version : string
-(** The name and version of the OCaml libvirt bindings.
-
- (To get the version of libvirt C library itself
- use {!Libvirt.get_version}). *)
diff --git a/mlvirsh/Makefile.in b/mlvirsh/Makefile.in
deleted file mode 100644
index 23d6e1e..0000000
--- a/mlvirsh/Makefile.in
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,93 +0,0 @@
-# mlvirsh
-# Copyright (C) 2007 Red Hat Inc., Richard W.M. Jones
-#
-# This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
-# it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
-# the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
-# (at your option) any later version.
-#
-# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
-# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
-# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
-# GNU General Public License for more details.
-#
-# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
-# along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
-# Foundation, Inc., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.
-
-INSTALL := @INSTALL@
-
-prefix = @prefix@
-exec_prefix = @exec_prefix@
-bindir = @bindir@
-
-pkg_gettext = @pkg_gettext@
-
-OCAMLFIND = @OCAMLFIND@
-
-ifneq ($(OCAMLFIND),)
-OCAMLCPACKAGES := -package unix -I ../libvirt
-OCAMLCFLAGS := -g
-OCAMLCLIBS := -linkpkg
-OCAMLOPTPACKAGES := $(OCAMLCPACKAGES)
-OCAMLOPTFLAGS :=
-OCAMLOPTLIBS := $(OCAMLCLIBS)
-else
-OCAMLCINCS := -I ../libvirt
-OCAMLCFLAGS := -g
-OCAMLCLIBS := unix.cma
-OCAMLOPTINCS := $(OCAMLCINCS)
-OCAMLOPTFLAGS :=
-OCAMLOPTLIBS := unix.cmxa
-endif
-
-ifneq ($(pkg_gettext),no)
-ifneq ($(OCAMLFIND),)
-OCAMLCPACKAGES += -package gettext-stub
-OCAMLOPTPACKAGES += -package gettext-stub
-else
-OCAMLCINCS += -I gettext -I gettext-stub
-OCAMLOPTINCS += -I gettext -I gettext-stub
-endif
-endif
-
-OBJS := mlvirsh_gettext.cmo mlvirsh.cmo
-XOBJS := $(OBJS:.cmo=.cmx)
-
-export LIBRARY_PATH=../libvirt
-export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=../libvirt
-
-BYTE_TARGETS := mlvirsh
-OPT_TARGETS := mlvirsh.opt
-
-all: $(BYTE_TARGETS)
-
-opt: $(OPT_TARGETS)
-
-ifneq ($(OCAMLFIND),)
-mlvirsh: $(OBJS)
- $(OCAMLFIND) ocamlc $(OCAMLCPACKAGES) $(OCAMLCFLAGS) $(OCAMLCLIBS) \
- ../libvirt/mllibvirt.cma -o $@ $^
-
-mlvirsh.opt: $(XOBJS)
- $(OCAMLFIND) ocamlopt \
- $(OCAMLOPTPACKAGES) $(OCAMLOPTFLAGS) $(OCAMLOPTLIBS) \
- ../libvirt/mllibvirt.cmxa -o $@ $^
-else
-mlvirsh: $(OBJS)
- $(OCAMLC) $(OCAMLCINCS) $(OCAMLCFLAGS) $(OCAMLCLIBS) \
- ../libvirt/mllibvirt.cma -o $@ $^
-
-mlvirsh.opt: $(XOBJS)
- $(OCAMLOPT) \
- $(OCAMLOPTINCS) $(OCAMLOPTFLAGS) $(OCAMLOPTLIBS) \
- ../libvirt/mllibvirt.cmxa -o $@ $^
-endif
-
-install:
- if [ -x mlvirsh.opt ]; then \
- mkdir -p $(DESTDIR)$(bindir); \
- $(INSTALL) -m 0755 mlvirsh.opt $(DESTDIR)$(bindir)/mlvirsh; \
- fi
-
-include ../Make.rules
diff --git a/mlvirsh/mlvirsh.ml b/mlvirsh/mlvirsh.ml
deleted file mode 100644
index ba4860f..0000000
--- a/mlvirsh/mlvirsh.ml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,770 +0,0 @@
-(* virsh-like command line tool.
- (C) Copyright 2007 Richard W.M. Jones, Red Hat Inc.
- http://libvirt.org/
-
- This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
- it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
- the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
- (at your option) any later version.
-
- This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
- but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
- MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
- GNU General Public License for more details.
-
- You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
- along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
- Foundation, Inc., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.
-*)
-
-open Printf
-open Mlvirsh_gettext.Gettext
-
-module C = Libvirt.Connect
-module D = Libvirt.Domain
-module N = Libvirt.Network
-
-(* Program name. *)
-let program_name = Filename.basename Sys.executable_name
-
-(* Parse arguments. *)
-let name = ref ""
-let readonly = ref false
-
-let argspec = Arg.align [
- "-c", Arg.Set_string name, "URI " ^ s_ "Hypervisor connection URI";
- "-r", Arg.Set readonly, " " ^ s_ "Read-only connection";
-]
-
-let usage_msg =
- sprintf (f_ "Synopsis:
- %s [options] [command]
-
-List of all commands:
- %s help
-
-Full description of a single command:
- %s help command
-
-Options:")
- program_name program_name program_name
-
-let add_extra_arg, get_extra_args =
- let extra_args = ref [] in
- let add_extra_arg s = extra_args := s :: !extra_args in
- let get_extra_args () = List.rev !extra_args in
- add_extra_arg, get_extra_args
-
-let () = Arg.parse argspec add_extra_arg usage_msg
-
-let name = match !name with "" -> None | name -> Some name
-let readonly = !readonly
-let extra_args = get_extra_args ()
-
-(* Read a whole file into memory and return it (as a string). *)
-let rec input_file filename =
- let chan = open_in_bin filename in
- let data = input_all chan in
- close_in chan;
- data
-and input_all chan =
- let buf = Buffer.create 16384 in
- let tmpsize = 16384 in
- let tmp = String.create tmpsize in
- let n = ref 0 in
- while n := input chan tmp 0 tmpsize; !n > 0 do
- Buffer.add_substring buf tmp 0 !n;
- done;
- Buffer.contents buf
-
-(* Split a string at a separator.
- * Functions copied from extlib Copyright (C) 2003 Nicolas Cannasse et al.
- * to avoid the explicit dependency on extlib.
- *)
-let str_find str sub =
- let sublen = String.length sub in
- if sublen = 0 then
- 0
- else
- let found = ref 0 in
- let len = String.length str in
- try
- for i = 0 to len - sublen do
- let j = ref 0 in
- while String.unsafe_get str (i + !j) = String.unsafe_get sub !j do
- incr j;
- if !j = sublen then begin found := i; raise Exit; end;
- done;
- done;
- raise Not_found
- with
- Exit -> !found
-
-let str_split str sep =
- let p = str_find str sep in
- let len = String.length sep in
- let slen = String.length str in
- String.sub str 0 p, String.sub str (p + len) (slen - p - len)
-
-let str_nsplit str sep =
- if str = "" then []
- else (
- let rec nsplit str sep =
- try
- let s1 , s2 = str_split str sep in
- s1 :: nsplit s2 sep
- with
- Not_found -> [str]
- in
- nsplit str sep
- )
-
-(* Hypervisor connection. *)
-type conn_t = No_connection | RO of Libvirt.ro C.t | RW of Libvirt.rw C.t
-let conn = ref No_connection
-
-let close_connection () =
- match !conn with
- | No_connection -> ()
- | RO c ->
- C.close c;
- conn := No_connection
- | RW c ->
- C.close c;
- conn := No_connection
-
-let do_command =
- (* Command helper functions.
- *
- * Each cmd<n> is a function that constructs a command.
- * string string string ... <--- user types on the command line
- * | | |
- * arg1 arg2 arg3 ... <--- conversion functions
- * | | |
- * V V V
- * function f <--- work function
- * |
- * V
- * print result <--- printing function
- *
- * (Note that cmd<n> function constructs and returns the above
- * function, it isn't the function itself.)
- *
- * Example: If the function takes one parameter (an int) and
- * returns a string to be printed, you would use:
- *
- * cmd1 print_endline f int_of_string
- *)
- let cmd0 print fn = function (* Command with no args. *)
- | [] -> print (fn ())
- | _ -> failwith (s_ "incorrect number of arguments for function")
- in
- let cmd1 print fn arg1 = function (* Command with one arg. *)
- | [str1] -> print (fn (arg1 str1))
- | _ -> failwith (s_ "incorrect number of arguments for function")
- in
- let cmd2 print fn arg1 arg2 = function (* Command with 2 args. *)
- | [str1; str2] -> print (fn (arg1 str1) (arg2 str2))
- | _ -> failwith (s_ "incorrect number of arguments for function")
- in
- let cmd3 print fn arg1 arg2 arg3 = function (* Command with 3 args. *)
- | [str1; str2; str3] -> print (fn (arg1 str1) (arg2 str2) (arg3 str3))
- | _ -> failwith (s_ "incorrect number of arguments for function")
- in
- let cmd01 print fn arg1 = function (* Command with 0 or 1 arg. *)
- | [] -> print (fn None)
- | [str1] -> print (fn (Some (arg1 str1)))
- | _ -> failwith (s_ "incorrect number of arguments for function")
- in
- let cmd12 print fn arg1 arg2 = function (* Command with 1 or 2 args. *)
- | [str1] -> print (fn (arg1 str1) None)
- | [str1; str2] -> print (fn (arg1 str1) (Some (arg2 str2)))
- | _ -> failwith (s_ "incorrect number of arguments for function")
- in
- let cmd012 print fn arg1 arg2 = function (* Command with 0, 1 or 2 args. *)
- | [] -> print (fn None None)
- | [str1] -> print (fn (Some (arg1 str1)) None)
- | [str1; str2] -> print (fn (Some (arg1 str1)) (Some (arg2 str2)))
- | _ -> failwith (s_ "incorrect number of arguments for function")
- in
- let cmdN print fn = (* Command with any number of args. *)
- fun args -> print (fn args)
- in
-
- (* Get the connection or fail if we don't have one. *)
- let rec get_full_connection () =
- match !conn with
- | No_connection -> failwith (s_ "not connected to the hypervisor")
- | RO _ -> failwith (s_ "tried to do read-write operation on read-only hypervisor connection")
- | RW conn -> conn
- and get_readonly_connection () =
- match !conn with
- | No_connection -> failwith (s_ "not connected to the hypervisor")
- | RO conn -> conn
- | RW conn -> C.const conn
-(*
- and with_full_connection fn =
- fun () -> fn (get_full_connection ())
-*)
- and with_readonly_connection fn =
- fun () -> fn (get_readonly_connection ())
- and arg_full_connection fn =
- fun str -> fn (get_full_connection ()) str
- and arg_readonly_connection fn =
- fun str -> fn (get_readonly_connection ()) str
- in
-
- (* Parsing of command arguments. *)
- let string_of_readonly = function
- | "readonly" | "read-only" | "ro" -> true
- | _ -> failwith (sprintf (f_ "flag should be '%s'") "readonly")
- in
- let string_of_string (str : string) = str in
- let boolean_of_string = function
- | "enable" | "enabled" | "on" | "1" | "true" -> true
- | "disable" | "disabled" | "off" | "0" | "false" -> false
- | _ -> failwith (sprintf (f_ "setting should be '%s' or '%s'") "on" "off")
- in
- let domain_of_string conn str =
- try
- (try
- let id = int_of_string str in
- D.lookup_by_id conn id
- with
- Failure "int_of_string" ->
- if String.length str = Libvirt.uuid_string_length then
- D.lookup_by_uuid_string conn str
- else
- D.lookup_by_name conn str
- )
- with
- Libvirt.Virterror err ->
- failwith (sprintf (f_ "domain %s: not found. Additional info: %s")
- str (Libvirt.Virterror.to_string err));
- in
- let network_of_string conn str =
- try
- if String.length str = Libvirt.uuid_string_length then
- N.lookup_by_uuid_string conn str
- else
- N.lookup_by_name conn str
- with
- Libvirt.Virterror err ->
- failwith (sprintf (f_ "network %s: not found. Additional info: %s")
- str (Libvirt.Virterror.to_string err));
- in
- let rec parse_sched_params = function
- | [] -> []
- | [_] -> failwith (s_ "expected field value pairs, but got an odd number of arguments")
- | field :: value :: rest ->
- (* XXX We only support the UINT type at the moment. *)
- (field, D.SchedFieldUInt32 (Int32.of_string value))
- :: parse_sched_params rest
- in
- let cpumap_of_string str =
- let c = get_readonly_connection () in
- let info = C.get_node_info c in
- let cpumap =
- String.make (C.cpumaplen (C.maxcpus_of_node_info info)) '\000' in
- List.iter (C.use_cpu cpumap)
- (List.map int_of_string (str_nsplit str ","));
- cpumap
- in
-
- (* Printing of command results. *)
- let no_return _ = () in
- let print_int i = print_endline (string_of_int i) in
- let print_int64 i = print_endline (Int64.to_string i) in
- let print_int64_array a = Array.iter print_int64 a in
- let print_bool b = print_endline (string_of_bool b) in
- let print_version v =
- let major = v / 1000000 in
- let minor = (v - major * 1000000) / 1000 in
- let release = (v - major * 1000000 - minor * 1000) in
- printf "%d.%d.%d\n" major minor release
- in
- let string_of_domain_state = function
- | D.InfoNoState -> s_ "unknown"
- | D.InfoRunning -> s_ "running"
- | D.InfoBlocked -> s_ "blocked"
- | D.InfoPaused -> s_ "paused"
- | D.InfoShutdown -> s_ "shutdown"
- | D.InfoShutoff -> s_ "shutoff"
- | D.InfoCrashed -> s_ "crashed"
- in
- let string_of_vcpu_state = function
- | D.VcpuOffline -> s_ "offline"
- | D.VcpuRunning -> s_ "running"
- | D.VcpuBlocked -> s_ "blocked"
- in
- let print_domain_array doms =
- Array.iter (
- fun dom ->
- let id =
- try sprintf "%d" (D.get_id dom)
- with Libvirt.Virterror _ -> "" in
- let name =
- try sprintf "%s" (D.get_name dom)
- with Libvirt.Virterror _ -> "" in
- let state =
- try
- let { D.state = state } = D.get_info dom in
- string_of_domain_state state
- with Libvirt.Virterror _ -> "" in
- printf "%5s %-30s %s\n" id name state
- ) doms
- in
- let print_network_array nets =
- Array.iter (
- fun net ->
- printf "%s\n" (N.get_name net)
- ) nets
- in
- let print_node_info info =
- let () = printf (f_ "model: %s\n") info.C.model in
- let () = printf (f_ "memory: %Ld K\n") info.C.memory in
- let () = printf (f_ "cpus: %d\n") info.C.cpus in
- let () = printf (f_ "mhz: %d\n") info.C.mhz in
- let () = printf (f_ "nodes: %d\n") info.C.nodes in
- let () = printf (f_ "sockets: %d\n") info.C.sockets in
- let () = printf (f_ "cores: %d\n") info.C.cores in
- let () = printf (f_ "threads: %d\n") info.C.threads in
- ()
- in
- let print_domain_state { D.state = state } =
- print_endline (string_of_domain_state state)
- in
- let print_domain_info info =
- let () = printf (f_ "state: %s\n") (string_of_domain_state info.D.state) in
- let () = printf (f_ "max_mem: %Ld K\n") info.D.max_mem in
- let () = printf (f_ "memory: %Ld K\n") info.D.memory in
- let () = printf (f_ "nr_virt_cpu: %d\n") info.D.nr_virt_cpu in
- let () = printf (f_ "cpu_time: %Ld ns\n") info.D.cpu_time in
- ()
- in
- let print_sched_param_array params =
- Array.iter (
- fun (name, value) ->
- printf "%-20s" name;
- match value with
- | D.SchedFieldInt32 i -> printf " %ld\n" i
- | D.SchedFieldUInt32 i -> printf " %lu\n" i
- | D.SchedFieldInt64 i -> printf " %Ld\n" i
- | D.SchedFieldUInt64 i -> printf " %Lu\n" i
- | D.SchedFieldFloat f -> printf " %g\n" f
- | D.SchedFieldBool b -> printf " %b\n" b
- ) params
- in
- let print_vcpu_info (ncpus, vcpu_infos, cpumaps, maplen, maxcpus) =
- for n = 0 to ncpus-1 do
- let () = printf (f_ "virtual CPU: %d\n") n in
- let () = printf (f_ "\ton physical CPU: %d\n") vcpu_infos.(n).D.cpu in
- let () = printf (f_ "\tcurrent state: %s\n")
- (string_of_vcpu_state vcpu_infos.(n).D.vcpu_state) in
- let () = printf (f_ "\tCPU time: %Ld ns\n") vcpu_infos.(n).D.vcpu_time in
- print_string ("\t" ^ s_ "CPU affinity" ^ ": ");
- for m = 0 to maxcpus-1 do
- print_char (if C.cpu_usable cpumaps maplen n m then 'y' else '-')
- done;
- print_endline "";
- done
- in
- let print_block_stats { D.rd_req = rd_req; rd_bytes = rd_bytes;
- wr_req = wr_req; wr_bytes = wr_bytes;
- errs = errs } =
- if rd_req >= 0L then printf (f_ "read requests: %Ld\n") rd_req;
- if rd_bytes >= 0L then printf (f_ "read bytes: %Ld\n") rd_bytes;
- if wr_req >= 0L then printf (f_ "write requests: %Ld\n") wr_req;
- if wr_bytes >= 0L then printf (f_ "write bytes: %Ld\n") wr_bytes;
- if errs >= 0L then printf (f_ "errors: %Ld\n") errs;
- and print_interface_stats { D.rx_bytes = rx_bytes; rx_packets = rx_packets;
- rx_errs = rx_errs; rx_drop = rx_drop;
- tx_bytes = tx_bytes; tx_packets = tx_packets;
- tx_errs = tx_errs; tx_drop = tx_drop } =
- if rx_bytes >= 0L then printf (f_ "rx bytes: %Ld\n") rx_bytes;
- if rx_packets >= 0L then printf (f_ "rx packets: %Ld\n") rx_packets;
- if rx_errs >= 0L then printf (f_ "rx errs: %Ld\n") rx_errs;
- if rx_drop >= 0L then printf (f_ "rx dropped: %Ld\n") rx_drop;
- if tx_bytes >= 0L then printf (f_ "tx bytes: %Ld\n") tx_bytes;
- if tx_packets >= 0L then printf (f_ "tx packets: %Ld\n") tx_packets;
- if tx_errs >= 0L then printf (f_ "tx errs: %Ld\n") tx_errs;
- if tx_drop >= 0L then printf (f_ "tx dropped: %Ld\n") tx_drop;
- in
-
- (* List of commands. *)
- let commands = [
- "attach-device",
- cmd2 no_return D.attach_device
- (arg_full_connection domain_of_string) input_file,
- s_ "Attach device to domain.";
- "autostart",
- cmd2 no_return D.set_autostart
- (arg_full_connection domain_of_string) boolean_of_string,
- s_ "Set whether a domain autostarts at boot.";
- "capabilities",
- cmd0 print_endline (with_readonly_connection C.get_capabilities),
- s_ "Returns capabilities of hypervisor/driver.";
- "close",
- cmd0 no_return close_connection,
- s_ "Close an existing hypervisor connection.";
- "connect",
- cmd12 no_return
- (fun name readonly ->
- close_connection ();
- match readonly with
- | None | Some false -> conn := RW (C.connect ~name ())
- | Some true -> conn := RO (C.connect_readonly ~name ())
- ) string_of_string string_of_readonly,
- s_ "Open a new hypervisor connection.";
- "create",
- cmd1 no_return
- (fun xml -> D.create_linux (get_full_connection ()) xml) input_file,
- s_ "Create a domain from an XML file.";
- "define",
- cmd1 no_return
- (fun xml -> D.define_xml (get_full_connection ()) xml) input_file,
- s_ "Define (but don't start) a domain from an XML file.";
- "detach-device",
- cmd2 no_return D.detach_device
- (arg_full_connection domain_of_string) input_file,
- s_ "Detach device from domain.";
- "destroy",
- cmd1 no_return D.destroy (arg_full_connection domain_of_string),
- s_ "Destroy a domain.";
- "domblkstat",
- cmd2 print_block_stats D.block_stats
- (arg_readonly_connection domain_of_string) string_of_string,
- s_ "Display the block device statistics for a domain.";
- "domid",
- cmd1 print_int D.get_id (arg_readonly_connection domain_of_string),
- s_ "Print the ID of a domain.";
- "domifstat",
- cmd2 print_interface_stats D.interface_stats
- (arg_readonly_connection domain_of_string) string_of_string,
- s_ "Display the network interface statistics for a domain.";
- "dominfo",
- cmd1 print_domain_info D.get_info
- (arg_readonly_connection domain_of_string),
- s_ "Print the domain info.";
- "dommaxmem",
- cmd1 print_int64 D.get_max_memory
- (arg_readonly_connection domain_of_string),
- s_ "Print the max memory (in kilobytes) of a domain.";
- "dommaxvcpus",
- cmd1 print_int D.get_max_vcpus
- (arg_readonly_connection domain_of_string),
- s_ "Print the max VCPUs of a domain.";
- "domname",
- cmd1 print_endline D.get_name
- (arg_readonly_connection domain_of_string),
- s_ "Print the name of a domain.";
- "domostype",
- cmd1 print_endline D.get_os_type
- (arg_readonly_connection domain_of_string),
- s_ "Print the OS type of a domain.";
- "domstate",
- cmd1 print_domain_state D.get_info
- (arg_readonly_connection domain_of_string),
- s_ "Print the domain state.";
- "domuuid",
- cmd1 print_endline D.get_uuid_string
- (arg_readonly_connection domain_of_string),
- s_ "Print the UUID of a domain.";
- "dump",
- cmd2 no_return D.core_dump
- (arg_full_connection domain_of_string) string_of_string,
- s_ "Core dump a domain to a file for analysis.";
- "dumpxml",
- cmd1 print_endline D.get_xml_desc
- (arg_full_connection domain_of_string),
- s_ "Print the XML description of a domain.";
- "freecell",
- cmd012 print_int64_array (
- fun start max ->
- let conn = get_readonly_connection () in
- match start, max with
- | None, _ ->
- [| C.node_get_free_memory conn |]
- | Some start, None ->
- C.node_get_cells_free_memory conn start 1
- | Some start, Some max ->
- C.node_get_cells_free_memory conn start max
- ) int_of_string int_of_string,
- s_ "Display free memory for machine, NUMA cell or range of cells";
- "get-autostart",
- cmd1 print_bool D.get_autostart
- (arg_readonly_connection domain_of_string),
- s_ "Print whether a domain autostarts at boot.";
- "hostname",
- cmd0 print_endline (with_readonly_connection C.get_hostname),
- s_ "Print the hostname.";
- "list",
- cmd0 print_domain_array
- (fun () ->
- let c = get_readonly_connection () in
- let n = C.num_of_domains c in
- let domids = C.list_domains c n in
- Array.map (D.lookup_by_id c) domids),
- s_ "List the running domains.";
- "list-defined",
- cmd0 print_domain_array
- (fun () ->
- let c = get_readonly_connection () in
- let n = C.num_of_defined_domains c in
- let domnames = C.list_defined_domains c n in
- Array.map (D.lookup_by_name c) domnames),
- s_ "List the defined but not running domains.";
- "quit",
- cmd0 no_return (fun () -> exit 0),
- s_ "Quit the interactive terminal.";
- "maxvcpus",
- cmd0 print_int (fun () -> C.get_max_vcpus (get_readonly_connection ()) ()),
- s_ "Print the max VCPUs available.";
- "net-autostart",
- cmd2 no_return N.set_autostart
- (arg_full_connection network_of_string) boolean_of_string,
- s_ "Set whether a network autostarts at boot.";
- "net-bridgename",
- cmd1 print_endline N.get_bridge_name
- (arg_readonly_connection network_of_string),
- s_ "Print the bridge name of a network.";
- "net-create",
- cmd1 no_return
- (fun xml -> N.create_xml (get_full_connection ()) xml) input_file,
- s_ "Create a network from an XML file.";
- "net-define",
- cmd1 no_return
- (fun xml -> N.define_xml (get_full_connection ()) xml) input_file,
- s_ "Define (but don't start) a network from an XML file.";
- "net-destroy",
- cmd1 no_return N.destroy (arg_full_connection network_of_string),
- s_ "Destroy a network.";
- "net-dumpxml",
- cmd1 print_endline N.get_xml_desc
- (arg_full_connection network_of_string),
- s_ "Print the XML description of a network.";
- "net-get-autostart",
- cmd1 print_bool N.get_autostart
- (arg_full_connection network_of_string),
- s_ "Print whether a network autostarts at boot.";
- "net-list",
- cmd0 print_network_array
- (fun () ->
- let c = get_readonly_connection () in
- let n = C.num_of_networks c in
- let nets = C.list_networks c n in
- Array.map (N.lookup_by_name c) nets),
- s_ "List the active networks.";
- "net-list-defined",
- cmd0 print_network_array
- (fun () ->
- let c = get_readonly_connection () in
- let n = C.num_of_defined_networks c in
- let nets = C.list_defined_networks c n in
- Array.map (N.lookup_by_name c) nets),
- s_ "List the defined but inactive networks.";
- "net-name",
- cmd1 print_endline N.get_name
- (arg_readonly_connection network_of_string),
- s_ "Print the name of a network.";
- "net-start",
- cmd1 no_return N.create
- (arg_full_connection network_of_string),
- s_ "Start a previously defined inactive network.";
- "net-undefine",
- cmd1 no_return N.undefine
- (arg_full_connection network_of_string),
- s_ "Undefine an inactive network.";
- "net-uuid",
- cmd1 print_endline N.get_uuid_string
- (arg_readonly_connection network_of_string),
- s_ "Print the UUID of a network.";
- "nodeinfo",
- cmd0 print_node_info (with_readonly_connection C.get_node_info),
- s_ "Print node information.";
- "reboot",
- cmd1 no_return D.reboot (arg_full_connection domain_of_string),
- s_ "Reboot a domain.";
- "restore",
- cmd1 no_return (
- fun path -> D.restore (get_full_connection ()) path
- ) string_of_string,
- s_ "Restore a domain from the named file.";
- "resume",
- cmd1 no_return D.resume (arg_full_connection domain_of_string),
- s_ "Resume a domain.";
- "save",
- cmd2 no_return D.save
- (arg_full_connection domain_of_string) string_of_string,
- s_ "Save a domain to a file.";
- "schedparams",
- cmd1 print_sched_param_array (
- fun dom ->
- let n = snd (D.get_scheduler_type dom) in
- D.get_scheduler_parameters dom n
- ) (arg_readonly_connection domain_of_string),
- s_ "Get the current scheduler parameters for a domain.";
- "schedparamset",
- cmdN no_return (
- function
- | [] -> failwith (s_ "expecting domain followed by field value pairs")
- | dom :: pairs ->
- let conn = get_full_connection () in
- let dom = domain_of_string conn dom in
- let params = parse_sched_params pairs in
- let params = Array.of_list params in
- D.set_scheduler_parameters dom params
- ),
- s_ "Set the scheduler parameters for a domain.";
- "schedtype",
- cmd1 print_endline
- (fun dom -> fst (D.get_scheduler_type dom))
- (arg_readonly_connection domain_of_string),
- s_ "Get the scheduler type.";
- "setmem",
- cmd2 no_return D.set_memory
- (arg_full_connection domain_of_string) Int64.of_string,
- s_ "Set the memory used by the domain (in kilobytes).";
- "setmaxmem",
- cmd2 no_return D.set_max_memory
- (arg_full_connection domain_of_string) Int64.of_string,
- s_ "Set the maximum memory used by the domain (in kilobytes).";
- "shutdown",
- cmd1 no_return D.shutdown
- (arg_full_connection domain_of_string),
- s_ "Gracefully shutdown a domain.";
- "start",
- cmd1 no_return D.create
- (arg_full_connection domain_of_string),
- s_ "Start a previously defined inactive domain.";
- "suspend",
- cmd1 no_return D.suspend
- (arg_full_connection domain_of_string),
- s_ "Suspend a domain.";
- "type",
- cmd0 print_endline (with_readonly_connection C.get_type),
- s_ "Print the driver name";
- "undefine",
- cmd1 no_return D.undefine
- (arg_full_connection domain_of_string),
- s_ "Undefine an inactive domain.";
- "uri",
- cmd0 print_endline (with_readonly_connection C.get_uri),
- s_ "Print the canonical URI.";
- "vcpuinfo",
- cmd1 print_vcpu_info (
- fun dom ->
- let c = get_readonly_connection () in
- let info = C.get_node_info c in
- let dominfo = D.get_info dom in
- let maxcpus = C.maxcpus_of_node_info info in
- let maplen = C.cpumaplen maxcpus in
- let maxinfo = dominfo.D.nr_virt_cpu in
- let ncpus, vcpu_infos, cpumaps = D.get_vcpus dom maxinfo maplen in
- ncpus, vcpu_infos, cpumaps, maplen, maxcpus
- ) (arg_readonly_connection domain_of_string),
- s_ "Pin domain VCPU to a list of physical CPUs.";
- "vcpupin",
- cmd3 no_return D.pin_vcpu
- (arg_full_connection domain_of_string) int_of_string cpumap_of_string,
- s_ "Pin domain VCPU to a list of physical CPUs.";
- "vcpus",
- cmd2 no_return D.set_vcpus
- (arg_full_connection domain_of_string) int_of_string,
- s_ "Set the number of virtual CPUs assigned to a domain.";
- "version",
- cmd0 print_version (with_readonly_connection C.get_version),
- s_ "Print the driver version";
- ] in
-
- (* Command help. *)
- let help = function
- | None -> (* List of commands. *)
- String.concat "\n" (
- List.map (
- fun (cmd, _, description) ->
- sprintf "%-12s %s" cmd description
- ) commands
- ) ^
- "\n\n" ^
- (sprintf (f_ "Use '%s help command' for help on a command.")
- program_name)
-
- | Some command -> (* Full description of one command. *)
- try
- let (command, _, description) =
- List.find (fun (c, _, _) -> c = command) commands in
- sprintf "%s %s\n\n%s" program_name command description
- with
- Not_found ->
- failwith (sprintf (f_ "help: %s: command not found") command);
- in
-
- let commands =
- ("help",
- cmd01 print_endline help string_of_string,
- s_ "Print list of commands or full description of one command.";
- ) :: commands in
-
- (* Execute a command. *)
- let do_command command args =
- try
- let (_, cmd, _) = List.find (fun (c, _, _) -> c = command) commands in
- cmd args
- with
- Not_found ->
- failwith (sprintf (f_ "%s: command not found") command);
- in
-
- do_command
-
-(* Interactive mode. *)
-let rec interactive_mode () =
- let prompt =
- match !conn with
- | No_connection -> s_ "mlvirsh(no connection)" ^ "$ "
- | RO _ -> s_ "mlvirsh(ro)" ^ "$ "
- | RW _ -> s_ "mlvirsh" ^ "# " in
- print_string prompt;
- let command = read_line () in
- (match str_nsplit command " " with
- | [] -> ()
- | command :: args ->
- do_command command args
- );
- Gc.full_major (); (* Free up all unreachable domain and network objects. *)
- interactive_mode ()
-
-(* Connect to hypervisor. Allow the connection to fail. *)
-let () =
- conn :=
- try
- if readonly then RO (C.connect_readonly ?name ())
- else RW (C.connect ?name ())
- with
- Libvirt.Virterror err ->
- eprintf "%s: %s\n" program_name (Libvirt.Virterror.to_string err);
- No_connection
-
-let () =
- try
- (* Execute the command on the command line, if there was one.
- * Otherwise go into interactive mode.
- *)
- (match extra_args with
- | command :: args ->
- do_command command args
- | [] ->
- try interactive_mode () with End_of_file -> ()
- );
-
- (* If we are connected to a hypervisor, close the connection. *)
- close_connection ();
-
- (* A good way to find heap bugs: *)
- Gc.compact ()
- with
- | Libvirt.Virterror err ->
- eprintf "%s: %s\n" program_name (Libvirt.Virterror.to_string err)
- | Failure msg ->
- eprintf "%s: %s\n" program_name msg
diff --git a/virt-ctrl/Makefile.in b/virt-ctrl/Makefile.in
deleted file mode 100644
index 7e7c5c4..0000000
--- a/virt-ctrl/Makefile.in
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,136 +0,0 @@
-# virt-ctrl (originally called mlvirtmanager)
-# Copyright (C) 2007 Red Hat Inc., Richard W.M. Jones
-#
-# This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
-# it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
-# the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
-# (at your option) any later version.
-#
-# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
-# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
-# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
-# GNU General Public License for more details.
-#
-# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
-# along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
-# Foundation, Inc., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.
-
-INSTALL := @INSTALL@
-
-prefix = @prefix@
-exec_prefix = @exec_prefix@
-bindir = @bindir@
-
-with_icons = @with_icons@
-icons = @icons@
-
-HAVE_GDK_PIXBUF_MLSOURCE = @HAVE_GDK_PIXBUF_MLSOURCE@
-
-pkg_dbus = @pkg_dbus@
-pkg_gettext = @pkg_gettext@
-
-OCAMLFIND = @OCAMLFIND@
-
-OBJS := \
- virt_ctrl_gettext.cmo \
- vc_helpers.cmo \
- vc_connections.cmo \
- vc_domain_ops.cmo \
- vc_connection_dlg.cmo \
- vc_mainwindow.cmo
-
-ifneq ($(OCAMLFIND),)
-# Good, we have ocamlfind.
-OCAMLCPACKAGES := -I ../libvirt -package unix,lablgtk2
-ifeq ($(pkg_dbus),yes)
-OCAMLCPACKAGES += -package dbus
-OBJS += vc_dbus.cmo
-endif
-ifeq ($(pkg_gettext),yes)
-OCAMLCPACKAGES += -package gettext-stub
-endif
-OCAMLCFLAGS := -g
-OCAMLCLIBS := -linkpkg
-OCAMLOPTPACKAGES := $(OCAMLCPACKAGES)
-OCAMLOPTFLAGS :=
-OCAMLOPTLIBS := $(OCAMLCLIBS)
-else
-# Bad boy, please install ocamlfind.
-OCAMLCINCS := -I ../libvirt -I @pkg_lablgtk2@
-OCAMLCFLAGS := -g
-OCAMLCLIBS := unix.cma lablgtk.cma
-OCAMLOPTINCS := $(OCAMLCINCS)
-OCAMLOPTFLAGS :=
-OCAMLOPTLIBS := unix.cmxa lablgtk.cmxa
-endif
-
-ifneq ($(with_icons),no)
-OBJS += vc_icons.cmo
-endif
-
-export LIBRARY_PATH=../libvirt
-export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=../libvirt
-
-BYTE_TARGETS := virt-ctrl
-OPT_TARGETS := virt-ctrl.opt
-
-OBJS += virt_ctrl.cmo
-
-XOBJS := $(OBJS:.cmo=.cmx)
-
-all: $(BYTE_TARGETS)
-
-opt: $(OPT_TARGETS)
-
-ifneq ($(OCAMLFIND),)
-virt-ctrl: $(OBJS)
- $(OCAMLFIND) ocamlc $(OCAMLCPACKAGES) $(OCAMLCFLAGS) $(OCAMLCLIBS) \
- ../libvirt/mllibvirt.cma gtkInit.cmo -o $@ $^
-
-virt-ctrl.opt: $(XOBJS)
- $(OCAMLFIND) ocamlopt \
- $(OCAMLOPTPACKAGES) $(OCAMLOPTFLAGS) $(OCAMLOPTLIBS) \
- ../libvirt/mllibvirt.cmxa gtkInit.cmx -o $@ $^
-else
-virt-ctrl: $(OBJS)
- $(OCAMLC) $(OCAMLCINCS) $(OCAMLCFLAGS) $(OCAMLCLIBS) \
- ../libvirt/mllibvirt.cma gtkInit.cmo -o $@ $^
-
-host_os = @host_os@
-
-ifneq ($(host_os),mingw32)
-virt-ctrl.opt: $(XOBJS)
- $(OCAMLOPT) $(OCAMLOPTINCS) $(OCAMLOPTFLAGS) $(OCAMLOPTLIBS) \
- $(patsubst %,-cclib %,$(LDFLAGS)) \
- ../libvirt/mllibvirt.cmxa gtkInit.cmx -o $@ $^
-else
-# On MinGW, use a hacked 'gcc' wrapper which understands the @...
-# syntax for extending the command line.
-gcc.exe: mingw-gcc-wrapper.ml
- $(OCAMLC) unix.cma $< -o $@
-
-virt-ctrl.opt: $(XOBJS) gcc.exe
- PATH=.:$$PATH \
- $(OCAMLOPT) $(OCAMLOPTINCS) $(OCAMLOPTFLAGS) $(OCAMLOPTLIBS) \
- $(patsubst %,-cclib %,$(LDFLAGS)) \
- ../libvirt/mllibvirt.cmxa gtkInit.cmx -o $@ $(XOBJS)
-endif
-endif
-
-# Rebuild the icons if newer ones available.
-ifneq ($(with_icons),no)
-ifneq ($(icons),)
-ifeq ($(HAVE_GDK_PIXBUF_MLSOURCE),gdk-pixbuf-mlsource)
-vc_icons.ml: rebuild-icons.sh
- ./rebuild-icons.sh $(icons) > $@
-endif
-endif
-endif
-
-install:
- if [ -x virt-ctrl.opt ]; then \
- mkdir -p $(DESTDIR)$(bindir); \
- $(INSTALL) -m 0755 virt-ctrl.opt $(DESTDIR)$(bindir)/virt-ctrl; \
- fi
-
-include ../Make.rules
diff --git a/virt-ctrl/mingw-gcc-wrapper.ml b/virt-ctrl/mingw-gcc-wrapper.ml
deleted file mode 100755
index 21cdb8f..0000000
--- a/virt-ctrl/mingw-gcc-wrapper.ml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,70 +0,0 @@
-(* Wrapper around 'gcc'. On MinGW, this wrapper understands the '@...'
- * syntax for extending the command line.
- *)
-
-open Printf
-open Unix
-
-let (//) = Filename.concat
-
-(* Substitute any @... arguments with the file content. *)
-let rec input_all_lines chan =
- try
- let line = input_line chan in
- line :: input_all_lines chan
- with
- End_of_file -> []
-
-let argv = Array.map (
- fun arg ->
- if arg.[0] = '@' then (
- let chan = open_in (String.sub arg 1 (String.length arg - 1)) in
- let lines = input_all_lines chan in
- close_in chan;
- lines
- ) else
- [arg]
-) Sys.argv
-
-let argv = Array.to_list argv
-let argv = List.flatten argv
-
-(* Find the real gcc.exe on $PATH, but ignore any '.' elements in the path.
- * Note that on Windows, $PATH is split with ';' characters.
- *)
-let rec split_find str sep f =
- try
- let i = String.index str sep in
- let n = String.length str in
- let str, str' = String.sub str 0 i, String.sub str (i+1) (n-i-1) in
- match f str with
- | None -> split_find str' sep f (* not found, keep searching *)
- | Some found -> found
- with
- Not_found ->
- match f str with
- | None -> raise Not_found (* not found at all *)
- | Some found -> found
-
-let exists filename =
- try access filename [F_OK]; true with Unix_error _ -> false
-
-let gcc =
- split_find (Sys.getenv "PATH") ';'
- (function
- | "." -> None (* ignore current directory in path *)
- | path ->
- let gcc = path // "gcc.exe" in
- if exists gcc then Some gcc else None)
-
-(* Finally execute the real gcc with the full argument list.
- * Can't use execv here because then the parent process (ocamlopt) thinks
- * that this process has finished and deletes all the temp files. Stupid
- * Windoze!
- *)
-let _ =
- let argv = List.map Filename.quote (List.tl argv) in
- let cmd = String.concat " " (gcc :: argv) in
- eprintf "mingw-gcc-wrapper: %s\n%!" cmd;
- let r = Sys.command cmd in
- exit r
diff --git a/virt-ctrl/rebuild-icons.sh b/virt-ctrl/rebuild-icons.sh
deleted file mode 100755
index 399e182..0000000
--- a/virt-ctrl/rebuild-icons.sh
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,44 +0,0 @@
-#!/bin/sh -
-# Copyright (C) 2008 Red Hat Inc., Richard W.M. Jones
-#
-# This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
-# it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
-# the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
-# (at your option) any later version.
-#
-# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
-# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
-# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
-# GNU General Public License for more details.
-#
-# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
-# along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
-# Foundation, Inc., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.
-
-# Generate vc_icons.ml
-
-echo <<'EOF'
-(* The file vc_icons.ml is automatically generated from rebuild-icons.sh
- * Any changes you make will be lost.
- *)
-
-EOF
-echo
-
-# Open any modules which may use icons.
-echo "open Vc_connection_dlg"
-echo
-
-while [ $# -gt 0 ]; do
- size="$1"
- name="$2"
- filename="$3"
- shift 3
-
- gdk-pixbuf-mlsource "$filename"
- echo ";;"
-
- name=`echo -n $name | tr -cs '[0-9a-zA-Z]' '_'`
-
- echo "icon_${size}x${size}_$name := Some (pixbuf ()) ;;"
-done \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/virt-ctrl/vc_connection_dlg.ml b/virt-ctrl/vc_connection_dlg.ml
deleted file mode 100644
index f072a1d..0000000
--- a/virt-ctrl/vc_connection_dlg.ml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,203 +0,0 @@
-(* virt-ctrl: A graphical management tool.
- (C) Copyright 2007 Richard W.M. Jones, Red Hat Inc.
- http://libvirt.org/
-
- This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
- it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
- the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
- (at your option) any later version.
-
- This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
- but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
- MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
- GNU General Public License for more details.
-
- You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
- along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
- Foundation, Inc., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.
-*)
-
-open Virt_ctrl_gettext.Gettext
-
-type name = string
-type uri = string
-type service = name * uri
-
-let local_xen_uri = "xen:///"
-let local_qemu_uri = "qemu:///system"
-
-(* Code in Vc_dbus overrides this, if that capability was compiled in. *)
-let find_libvirtd_with_zeroconf = ref (fun () -> [])
-
-(* Code in Vc_icons may override these with icons. *)
-let icon_16x16_devices_computer_png = ref None
-let icon_24x24_devices_computer_png = ref None
-let icon_32x32_devices_computer_png = ref None
-let icon_48x48_devices_computer_png = ref None
-
-(* Open connection dialog. *)
-let open_connection parent () =
- let title = s_ "Open connection to hypervisor" in
- let position = `CENTER_ON_PARENT in
-
- let dlg = GWindow.dialog ~title ~position ~parent
- ~modal:true ~width:450 () in
-
- (* We will enter the Gtk main loop recursively. Wire up close and
- * other buttons to quit the recursive main loop.
- *)
- ignore (dlg#connect#destroy ~callback:GMain.quit);
- ignore (dlg#event#connect#delete
- ~callback:(fun _ -> GMain.quit (); false));
-
- let uri = ref None in
-
- (* Pack the buttons into the dialog. *)
- let vbox = dlg#vbox in
- vbox#set_spacing 5;
-
- (* Local connections. *)
- let () =
- let frame =
- GBin.frame ~label:(s_ "This machine") ~packing:vbox#pack () in
- let hbox = GPack.hbox ~packing:frame#add () in
- hbox#set_spacing 20;
- ignore (
- let packing = hbox#pack in
- match !icon_24x24_devices_computer_png with
- | None -> GMisc.image ~stock:`DIRECTORY ~packing ()
- | Some pixbuf -> GMisc.image ~pixbuf ~packing ()
- );
-
- let vbox = GPack.vbox ~packing:hbox#pack () in
- vbox#set_spacing 5;
-
- let xen_button =
- GButton.button ~label:(s_ "Xen hypervisor")
- ~packing:vbox#pack () in
- ignore (xen_button#connect#clicked
- ~callback:(fun () ->
- uri := Some local_xen_uri;
- dlg#destroy ()));
- let qemu_button =
- GButton.button ~label:(s_ "QEMU or KVM")
- ~packing:vbox#pack () in
- ignore (qemu_button#connect#clicked
- ~callback:(fun () ->
- uri := Some local_qemu_uri;
- dlg#destroy ())) in
-
- (* Network connections. *)
- let () =
- let frame =
- GBin.frame ~label:(s_ "Local network")
- ~packing:(vbox#pack ~expand:true) () in
- let hbox = GPack.hbox ~packing:frame#add () in
- hbox#set_spacing 20;
- ignore (GMisc.image ~stock:`NETWORK ~packing:hbox#pack ());
-
- let vbox = GPack.vbox ~packing:(hbox#pack ~expand:true) () in
- vbox#set_spacing 5;
-
- let cols = new GTree.column_list in
- (*let col_icon = cols#add Gobject.Data.string in*)
- let col_name = cols#add Gobject.Data.string in
- let model = GTree.list_store cols in
-
- let icons = GTree.icon_view
- ~selection_mode:`SINGLE ~model
- ~height:200
- ~packing:(vbox#pack ~expand:true ~fill:true) () in
- icons#set_border_width 4;
-
- (*icons#set_pixbuf_column col_icon;*)
- icons#set_text_column col_name;
-
- let refresh () =
- model#clear ();
- let services = !find_libvirtd_with_zeroconf () in
-
- (*let pixbuf = !icon_16x16_devices_computer_png in*)
- List.iter (
- fun (name, _) ->
- let row = model#append () in
- model#set ~row ~column:col_name name;
- (*match pixbuf with
- | None -> ()
- | Some pixbuf -> model#set ~row ~column:col_icon pixbuf*)
- ) services
- in
- refresh ();
-
- let hbox = GPack.hbox ~packing:vbox#pack () in
- let refresh_button =
- GButton.button ~label:(s_ "Refresh")
- ~stock:`REFRESH ~packing:hbox#pack () in
- let open_button =
- GButton.button ~label:(s_ "Open") ~packing:hbox#pack () in
-
- ignore (refresh_button#connect#clicked ~callback:refresh);
-
- (* Function callback when someone selects and hits Open. *)
- let callback () =
- match icons#get_selected_items with
- | [] -> () (* nothing selected *)
- | path :: _ ->
- let row = model#get_iter path in
- let name = model#get ~row ~column:col_name in
- let services = !find_libvirtd_with_zeroconf () in
- try
- uri := Some (List.assoc name services);
- dlg#destroy ()
- with
- Not_found -> () in
-
- ignore (open_button#connect#clicked ~callback) in
-
- (* Custom connections. *)
- let () =
- let frame =
- GBin.frame ~label:(s_ "URI connection") ~packing:vbox#pack () in
- let hbox = GPack.hbox ~packing:frame#add () in
- hbox#set_spacing 20;
- ignore (GMisc.image ~stock:`CONNECT ~packing:hbox#pack ());
-
- let hbox = GPack.hbox ~packing:(hbox#pack ~expand:true) () in
- let entry =
- GEdit.entry ~text:"xen://localhost/"
- ~packing:(hbox#pack ~expand:true ~fill:true) () in
- let button =
- GButton.button ~label:(s_ "Open") ~packing:hbox#pack () in
-
- ignore (button#connect#clicked
- ~callback:(fun () ->
- uri := Some entry#text;
- dlg#destroy ()));
-
- () in
-
-
- (* Just a cancel button in the action area. *)
- let cancel_button =
- GButton.button ~label:(s_ "Cancel")
- ~packing:dlg#action_area#pack () in
- ignore (cancel_button#connect#clicked
- ~callback:(fun () ->
- uri := None;
- dlg#destroy ()));
-
- dlg#show ();
-
- (* Enter Gtk main loop recursively. *)
- GMain.main ();
-
- match !uri with
- | None -> ()
- | Some uri -> Vc_connections.open_connection uri
-
-(* Callback from the Connect button drop-down menu. *)
-let open_local_xen () =
- Vc_connections.open_connection local_xen_uri
-
-let open_local_qemu () =
- Vc_connections.open_connection local_qemu_uri
diff --git a/virt-ctrl/vc_connection_dlg.mli b/virt-ctrl/vc_connection_dlg.mli
deleted file mode 100644
index 0102713..0000000
--- a/virt-ctrl/vc_connection_dlg.mli
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,43 +0,0 @@
-(* virt-ctrl: A graphical management tool.
- (C) Copyright 2007 Richard W.M. Jones, Red Hat Inc.
- http://libvirt.org/
-
- This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
- it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
- the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
- (at your option) any later version.
-
- This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
- but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
- MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
- GNU General Public License for more details.
-
- You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
- along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
- Foundation, Inc., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.
-
- Make the main window.
-*)
-
-(** The connection dialog. *)
-val open_connection : GWindow.window -> unit -> unit
-
-(** Quick connect to local Xen. *)
-val open_local_xen : unit -> unit
-
-(** Quick connect to local QEMU or KVM. *)
-val open_local_qemu : unit -> unit
-
-type name = string
-type uri = string
-type service = name * uri
-
-(** Hook to find libvirtd network services with zeroconf using some
- external method, eg. D-Bus or Avahi. *)
-val find_libvirtd_with_zeroconf : (unit -> service list) ref
-
-(** Hooks for icons. *)
-val icon_16x16_devices_computer_png : GdkPixbuf.pixbuf option ref
-val icon_24x24_devices_computer_png : GdkPixbuf.pixbuf option ref
-val icon_32x32_devices_computer_png : GdkPixbuf.pixbuf option ref
-val icon_48x48_devices_computer_png : GdkPixbuf.pixbuf option ref
diff --git a/virt-ctrl/vc_connections.ml b/virt-ctrl/vc_connections.ml
deleted file mode 100644
index 8f5fba0..0000000
--- a/virt-ctrl/vc_connections.ml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,477 +0,0 @@
-(* virt-ctrl: A graphical management tool.
- (C) Copyright 2007 Richard W.M. Jones, Red Hat Inc.
- http://libvirt.org/
-
- This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
- it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
- the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
- (at your option) any later version.
-
- This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
- but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
- MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
- GNU General Public License for more details.
-
- You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
- along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
- Foundation, Inc., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.
-*)
-
-open Printf
-open Virt_ctrl_gettext.Gettext
-
-module C = Libvirt.Connect
-module D = Libvirt.Domain
-module N = Libvirt.Network
-
-open Vc_helpers
-
-(* List of currently open connections. Actually it's a list of
- * (id, Libvirt.Connect.t) so that we can easily identify
- * connections by their unique ID.
- *)
-let get_conns, add_conn, del_conn =
- let conns = ref [] in
- let id = ref 0 in
- let get_conns () = !conns in
- let add_conn conn =
- incr id; let id = !id in
- conns := (id, conn) :: !conns;
- id
- in
- let del_conn id =
- conns := List.filter (fun (id', _) -> id <> id') !conns
- in
- get_conns, add_conn, del_conn
-
-(* Store the node_info and hostname for each connection, fetched
- * once just after we connect since these don't normally change.
- * Hash of connid -> (C.node_info, hostname option, uri)
- *)
-let static_conn_info = Hashtbl.create 13
-
-let open_connection uri =
- (* If this fails, let the exception escape and be printed
- * in the global exception handler.
- *)
- let conn = C.connect ~name:uri () in
-
- let node_info = C.get_node_info conn in
- let hostname =
- try Some (C.get_hostname conn)
- with
- | Libvirt.Not_supported "virConnectGetHostname"
- | Libvirt.Virterror _ -> None in
-
- (* Add it to our list of connections. *)
- let conn_id = add_conn conn in
- Hashtbl.add static_conn_info conn_id (node_info, hostname, uri)
-
-(* Stores the state and history for each domain.
- * Hash of (connid, domid) -> mutable domhistory structure.
- * We never delete entries in this hash table, which may be a problem
- * for very very long-lived instances of virt-ctrl.
- *)
-type domhistory = {
- (* for %CPU calculation: *)
- mutable last_cpu_time : int64; (* last virDomainInfo->cpuTime *)
- mutable last_time : float; (* exact time we measured the above *)
-
- (* historical data for graphs etc: *)
- mutable hist : dhentry array; (* historical data *)
- mutable hist_posn : int; (* position within array *)
-}
-and dhentry = {
- hist_cpu : int; (* historical %CPU entry *)
- hist_mem : int64; (* historical memory entry (KB) *)
-}
-
-let domhistory = Hashtbl.create 13
-
-let empty_dhentry = {
- hist_cpu = 0; hist_mem = 0L;
-}
-let new_domhistory () = {
- last_cpu_time = 0L; last_time = 0.;
- hist = Array.make 0 empty_dhentry; hist_posn = 0;
-}
-
-(* These set limits on the amount of history we collect. *)
-let hist_max = 86400 (* max history stored, seconds *)
-let hist_rot = 3600 (* rotation of array when we hit max *)
-
-(* The current state. This is used so that we can see changes that
- * have happened and add or remove parts of the model. (Previously
- * we used to recreate the whole model each time, but the problem
- * with that is we "forget" things like the selection).
- *)
-type state = connection list
-and connection = int (* connection ID *) * (active list * inactive list)
-and active = int (* domain's ID *)
-and inactive = string (* domain's name *)
-
-(* The types of the display columns in the main window. The interesting
- * one of the final (int) field which stores the ID of the row, either
- * connid or domid.
- *)
-type columns = string GTree.column * string GTree.column * string GTree.column * string GTree.column * string GTree.column * int GTree.column
-
-let debug_repopulate = false
-
-(* Populate the tree with the current list of connections, domains.
- * This function is called once per second.
- *)
-let repopulate (tree : GTree.view) (model : GTree.tree_store)
- (col_name_id, col_domname, col_status, col_cpu, col_mem, col_id)
- state =
- (* Which connections have been added or removed? *)
- let conns = get_conns () in
- let added, _, removed =
- let old_conn_ids = List.map fst state
- and new_conn_ids = List.map fst conns in
- differences old_conn_ids new_conn_ids in
-
- (* Remove the subtrees for any connections which have gone. *)
- if debug_repopulate then List.iter (eprintf "-connection %d\n%!") removed;
-
- List.iter (
- fun conn_id ->
- filter_top_level_rows model
- (fun row -> conn_id <> model#get ~row ~column:col_id)
- ) removed;
-
- (* Add placeholder subtree for any new connections. *)
- if debug_repopulate then List.iter (eprintf "+connection %d\n%!") added;
-
- List.iter (
- fun conn_id ->
- let row = model#append () in
- (* Get the connection name, usually the hostname. *)
- let name =
- match Hashtbl.find static_conn_info conn_id with
- | (_, Some hostname, _) -> hostname
- | (_, None, _) -> sprintf "Conn #%d" conn_id in
- model#set ~row ~column:col_name_id name;
- model#set ~row ~column:col_id conn_id;
- (* Expand the new row. *)
- (* XXX This doesn't work, why? - Because we haven't create subrows yet.*)
- tree#expand_row (model#get_path row)
- ) added;
-
- let new_state =
- List.map (
- fun (conn_id, conn) ->
- (* Get the old list of active and inactive domains. If this
- * connection is newly created, start with empty lists.
- *)
- let old_active, old_inactive =
- try List.assoc conn_id state
- with Not_found -> [], [] in
-
- (* Get the top level row in the model corresponding to this
- * connection.
- *)
- let parent =
- try find_top_level_row model
- (fun row -> conn_id = model#get ~row ~column:col_id)
- with Not_found -> assert false (* Should never happen. *) in
-
- try
- (* Number of CPUs available. *)
- let node_info, _, _ = Hashtbl.find static_conn_info conn_id in
- let nr_cpus = C.maxcpus_of_node_info node_info in
-
- (* For this connection, get a current list of active domains (IDs) *)
- let active =
- let n = C.num_of_domains conn in
- let doms = C.list_domains conn n in
- Array.to_list doms in
-
- (* Which active domains have been added or removed? *)
- let added, _, removed = differences old_active active in
-
- (* Remove any active domains which have disappeared. *)
- if debug_repopulate then
- List.iter (eprintf "-active %d\n%!") removed;
-
- List.iter (
- fun domid ->
- filter_rows model
- (fun row -> domid <> model#get ~row ~column:col_id)
- (model#iter_children (Some parent))
- ) removed;
-
- (* Add any active domains which have appeared. *)
- if debug_repopulate then
- List.iter (eprintf "+active %d\n%!") added;
-
- List.iter (
- fun domid ->
- let domname =
- try
- let dom = D.lookup_by_id conn domid in
- D.get_name dom
- with _ -> "" in (* Ignore any transient error. *)
-
- let row = model#append ~parent () in
- model#set ~row ~column:col_name_id (string_of_int domid);
- model#set ~row ~column:col_domname domname;
- model#set ~row ~column:col_id domid
- ) added;
-
- (* Get a current list of inactive domains (names). *)
- let inactive =
- let n = C.num_of_defined_domains conn in
- let doms = C.list_defined_domains conn n in
- Array.to_list doms in
-
- (* Which inactive domains have been added or removed? *)
- let added, _, removed = differences old_inactive inactive in
-
- (* Remove any inactive domains which have disappeared. *)
- if debug_repopulate then
- List.iter (eprintf "-inactive %s\n%!") removed;
-
- List.iter (
- fun domname ->
- filter_rows model
- (fun row ->
- model#get ~row ~column:col_id <> -1 ||
- model#get ~row ~column:col_domname <> domname)
- (model#iter_children (Some parent))
- ) removed;
-
- (* Add any inactive domains which have appeared. *)
- if debug_repopulate then
- List.iter (eprintf "+inactive %s\n%!") added;
-
- List.iter (
- fun domname ->
- let row = model#append ~parent () in
- model#set ~row ~column:col_name_id "";
- model#set ~row ~column:col_domname domname;
- model#set ~row ~column:col_status "inactive";
- model#set ~row ~column:col_id (-1)
- ) added;
-
- (* Now iterate over all active domains and update their state,
- * CPU and memory.
- *)
- iter_rows model (
- fun row ->
- let domid = model#get ~row ~column:col_id in
- if domid >= 0 then ( (* active *)
- try
- let dom = D.lookup_by_id conn domid in
- let info = D.get_info dom in
- let status = string_of_domain_state info.D.state in
- model#set ~row ~column:col_status status;
- let memory = sprintf "%Ld K" info.D.memory in
- model#set ~row ~column:col_mem memory;
-
- (* Get domhistory. For a new domain it won't exist, so
- * create an empty one.
- *)
- let dh =
- let key = conn_id, domid in
- try Hashtbl.find domhistory key
- with Not_found ->
- let dh = new_domhistory () in
- Hashtbl.add domhistory key dh;
- dh in
-
- (* Measure current time and domain cpuTime as close
- * together as possible.
- *)
- let time_now = Unix.gettimeofday () in
- let cpu_now = info.D.cpu_time in
-
- let time_prev = dh.last_time in
- let cpu_prev =
- if dh.last_cpu_time > cpu_now then 0L (* Rebooted? *)
- else dh.last_cpu_time in
-
- dh.last_time <- time_now;
- dh.last_cpu_time <- cpu_now;
-
- let cpu_percent =
- if time_prev > 0. then (
- let cpu_now = Int64.to_float cpu_now in
- let cpu_prev = Int64.to_float cpu_prev in
- let cpu_used = cpu_now -. cpu_prev in
- let cpu_available = 1_000_000_000. *. float nr_cpus in
- let time_passed = time_now -. time_prev in
-
- let cpu_percent =
- 100. *. (cpu_used /. cpu_available) /. time_passed in
-
- let cpu_percent =
- if cpu_percent < 0. then 0.
- else if cpu_percent > 100. then 100.
- else cpu_percent in
-
- let cpu_percent_str = sprintf "%.1f %%" cpu_percent in
- model#set ~row ~column:col_cpu cpu_percent_str;
- int_of_float cpu_percent
- ) else -1 in
-
- (* Store history. *)
- let datum = { hist_cpu = cpu_percent;
- hist_mem = info.D.memory } in
-
- if dh.hist_posn >= hist_max then (
- (* rotate the array *)
- Array.blit dh.hist hist_rot dh.hist 0 (hist_max-hist_rot);
- dh.hist_posn <- dh.hist_posn - hist_rot;
- dh.hist.(dh.hist_posn) <- datum;
- ) else (
- let len = Array.length dh.hist in
- if dh.hist_posn < len then
- (* normal update *)
- dh.hist.(dh.hist_posn) <- datum
- else (
- (* extend the array *)
- let len' = min (max (2*len) 1) hist_max in
- let arr' = Array.make len' datum in
- Array.blit dh.hist 0 arr' 0 len;
- dh.hist <- arr';
- )
- );
- dh.hist_posn <- dh.hist_posn+1
-
- with
- Libvirt.Virterror _ -> () (* Ignore any transient error *)
- )
- ) (model#iter_children (Some parent));
-
- (* Return new state. *)
- conn_id, (active, inactive)
- with
- (* Libvirt errors here are not really fatal. They can happen
- * if the state changes at the moment we read it. If it does
- * happen, just return the old state, and next time we come
- * around to this connection it'll be fixed.
- *)
- | Libvirt.Virterror err ->
- prerr_endline (Libvirt.Virterror.to_string err);
- conn_id, (old_active, old_inactive)
- | Failure msg ->
- prerr_endline msg;
- conn_id, (old_active, old_inactive)
- ) conns in
-
- (* Return the updated state. *)
- new_state
-
-(* Make the treeview which displays the connections and domains. *)
-let make_treeview ?packing () =
- let cols = new GTree.column_list in
- let col_name_id = cols#add Gobject.Data.string in
- let col_domname = cols#add Gobject.Data.string in
- let col_status = cols#add Gobject.Data.string in
- let col_cpu = cols#add Gobject.Data.string in
- let col_mem = cols#add Gobject.Data.string in
- (* Hidden column containing the connection ID or domain ID. For
- * inactive domains, this contains -1 and col_domname is the name. *)
- let col_id = cols#add Gobject.Data.int in
- let model = GTree.tree_store cols in
-
- (* Column sorting functions. *)
- let make_sort_func_on column =
- fun (model : GTree.model) row1 row2 ->
- let col1 = model#get ~row:row1 ~column in
- let col2 = model#get ~row:row2 ~column in
- compare col1 col2
- in
- (*model#set_default_sort_func (make_sort_func_on col_domname);*)
- model#set_sort_func 0 (make_sort_func_on col_name_id);
- model#set_sort_func 1 (make_sort_func_on col_domname);
- model#set_sort_column_id 1 `ASCENDING;
-
- (* Make the GtkTreeView and attach column renderers to it. *)
- let tree = GTree.view ~model ~reorderable:false ?packing () in
-
- let append_visible_column title column sort =
- let renderer = GTree.cell_renderer_text [], ["text", column] in
- let view_col = GTree.view_column ~title ~renderer () in
- ignore (tree#append_column view_col);
- match sort with
- | None -> ()
- | Some (sort_indicator, sort_order, sort_column_id) ->
- view_col#set_sort_indicator sort_indicator;
- view_col#set_sort_order sort_order;
- view_col#set_sort_column_id sort_column_id
- in
- append_visible_column (s_ "ID") col_name_id (Some (false, `ASCENDING, 0));
- append_visible_column (s_ "Name") col_domname (Some (true, `ASCENDING, 1));
- append_visible_column (s_ "Status") col_status None;
- append_visible_column (s_ "CPU") col_cpu None;
- append_visible_column (s_ "Memory") col_mem None;
-
- let columns =
- col_name_id, col_domname, col_status, col_cpu, col_mem, col_id in
- let state = repopulate tree model columns [] in
-
- (tree, model, columns, state)
-
-(* Get historical data size. *)
-let get_hist_size connid domid =
- try
- let dh = Hashtbl.find domhistory (connid, domid) in
- dh.hist_posn
- with
- Not_found -> 0
-
-(* Get historical data entries. *)
-let _get_hist ?(latest=0) ?earliest ?(granularity=1)
- extract fold zero connid domid =
- try
- let dh = Hashtbl.find domhistory (connid, domid) in
- let earliest =
- match earliest with
- | None -> dh.hist_posn
- | Some e -> min e dh.hist_posn in
-
- let src = dh.hist in
- let src_start = dh.hist_posn - earliest in assert (src_start >= 0);
- let src_end = dh.hist_posn - latest in assert (src_end <= dh.hist_posn);
-
- (* Create a sufficiently large array to store the result. *)
- let len = (earliest-latest) / granularity in
- let r = Array.make len zero in
-
- if granularity = 1 then (
- for j = 0 to len-1 do
- r.(j) <- extract src.(src_start+j)
- done
- ) else (
- let i = ref src_start in
- for j = 0 to len-1 do
- let sub = Array.sub src !i (min (!i+granularity) src_end - !i) in
- let sub = Array.map extract sub in
- r.(j) <- fold sub;
- i := !i + granularity
- done
- );
- r
- with
- Not_found -> [| |]
-
-let get_hist_cpu ?latest ?earliest ?granularity connid domid =
- let zero = 0 in
- let extract { hist_cpu = c } = c in
- let fold a =
- let len = Array.length a in
- if len > 0 then Array.fold_left (+) zero a / len else -1 in
- _get_hist ?latest ?earliest ?granularity extract fold zero connid domid
-
-let get_hist_mem ?latest ?earliest ?granularity connid domid =
- let zero = 0L in
- let extract { hist_mem = m } = m in
- let fold a =
- let len = Array.length a in
- if len > 0 then
- Int64.div (Array.fold_left (Int64.add) zero a) (Int64.of_int len)
- else
- -1L in
- _get_hist ?latest ?earliest ?granularity extract fold zero connid domid
diff --git a/virt-ctrl/vc_connections.mli b/virt-ctrl/vc_connections.mli
deleted file mode 100644
index 261f853..0000000
--- a/virt-ctrl/vc_connections.mli
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,102 +0,0 @@
-(* virt-ctrl: A graphical management tool.
- (C) Copyright 2007 Richard W.M. Jones, Red Hat Inc.
- http://libvirt.org/
-
- This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
- it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
- the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
- (at your option) any later version.
-
- This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
- but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
- MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
- GNU General Public License for more details.
-
- You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
- along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
- Foundation, Inc., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.
-
- Handle connections and the complicated GtkTreeView which
- displays the connections / domains.
-*)
-
-(** Get the list of current connections. *)
-val get_conns : unit -> (int * Libvirt.rw Libvirt.Connect.t) list
-
-(** The current/previous state last time repopulate was called. The
- repopulate function uses this state to determine what has changed
- (eg. domains added, removed) since last time.
-*)
-type state
-
-type columns = string GTree.column * string GTree.column * string GTree.column * string GTree.column * string GTree.column * int GTree.column
-
-(** This function should be called once per second in order to
- redraw the GtkTreeView.
-
- Takes the previous state as a parameter and returns the new state.
-*)
-val repopulate : GTree.view -> GTree.tree_store -> columns -> state -> state
-
-(** Create the GtkTreeView. Returns the widget itself, the model,
- the list of columns, and the initial state.
-*)
-val make_treeview :
- ?packing:(GObj.widget -> unit) -> unit ->
- GTree.view * GTree.tree_store * columns * state
-
-(** Open a new connection to the hypervisor URI given. *)
-val open_connection : string -> unit
-
-(** Return the amount of historical data that we hold about a
- domain (in seconds).
-
- The parameters are connection ID (see {!get_conns}) and domain ID.
-
- This can return from [0] to [86400] (or 1 day of data).
-*)
-val get_hist_size : int -> int -> int
-
-(** Return a slice of historical %CPU data about a domain.
-
- The required parameters are connection ID (see {!get_conns})
- and domain ID.
-
- The optional [latest] parameter is the latest data we should
- return. It defaults to [0] meaning to return everything up to now.
-
- The optional [earliest] parameter is the earliest data we should
- return. This is a positive number representing number of seconds
- back in time. It defaults to returning all data.
-
- The optional [granularity] parameter is the granularity of data
- that we should return, in seconds. This defaults to [1], meaning
- to return all data (once per second), but you might for example
- set this to [60] to return data for each minute.
-
- This returns an array of data. The first element of the array is
- the oldest data. The last element of the array is the most recent
- data. The array returned might be shorter than you expect (if
- data is missing or for some other reason) so always check the
- length.
-
- Entries in the array are clamped to [0..100], except that if an
- entry is [-1] it means "no data".
-
- This returns a zero-length array if we don't know about the domain.
-*)
-val get_hist_cpu : ?latest:int -> ?earliest:int -> ?granularity:int ->
- int -> int ->
- int array
-
-(** Return a slice of historical memory data about a domain.
-
- Parameters as above.
-
- Entries in the array are 64 bit integers corresponding to the
- amount of memory in KB allocated to the domain (not necessarily
- the amount being used, which we don't know about).
-*)
-val get_hist_mem : ?latest:int -> ?earliest:int -> ?granularity:int ->
- int -> int ->
- int64 array
diff --git a/virt-ctrl/vc_dbus.ml b/virt-ctrl/vc_dbus.ml
deleted file mode 100644
index 82b66dd..0000000
--- a/virt-ctrl/vc_dbus.ml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,317 +0,0 @@
-(* virt-ctrl: A graphical management tool.
- (C) Copyright 2007 Richard W.M. Jones, Red Hat Inc.
- http://libvirt.org/
-
- This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
- it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
- the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
- (at your option) any later version.
-
- This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
- but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
- MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
- GNU General Public License for more details.
-
- You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
- along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
- Foundation, Inc., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.
-
- This file contains any code which needs optional package OCaml-DBUS.
-*)
-
-(* There is *zero* documentation for this. I examined a lot of code
- * to do this, and the following page was also very helpful:
- * http://www.amk.ca/diary/2007/04/rough_notes_python_and_dbus.html
- * See also the DBus API reference:
- * http://dbus.freedesktop.org/doc/dbus/api/html/index.html
- * See also Dan Berrange's Perl bindings:
- * http://search.cpan.org/src/DANBERR/Net-DBus-0.33.5/lib/Net/
- *
- * This code is a complicated state machine because that's what
- * D-Bus requires. Enable debugging below to trace messages.
- *
- * It's also very unelegant and leaks memory.
- *
- * The code connects to D-Bus only the first time that the
- * connection dialog is opened, and thereafter it attaches itself
- * to the Gtk main loop, waiting for events. It's probably not
- * safe if the avahi or dbus daemon restarts.
- *)
-
-open Printf
-open Virt_ctrl_gettext.Gettext
-open DBus
-
-let debug = true
-
-let service = "_libvirt._tcp"
-
-let rec print_msg msg =
- (match Message.get_type msg with
- | Message.Invalid ->
- eprintf "Invalid";
- | Message.Method_call ->
- eprintf "Method_call";
- | Message.Method_return ->
- eprintf "Method_return";
- | Message.Error ->
- eprintf "Error";
- | Message.Signal ->
- eprintf "Signal");
-
- let print_opt f name =
- match f msg with
- | None -> ()
- | Some value -> eprintf "\n\t%s=%S" name value
- in
- print_opt Message.get_member "member";
- print_opt Message.get_path "path";
- print_opt Message.get_interface "interface";
- print_opt Message.get_sender "sender";
-
- let fields = Message.get msg in
- eprintf "\n\t[";
- print_fields fields;
- eprintf "]\n%!";
-
-and print_fields fields =
- eprintf "%s" (String.concat ", " (List.map string_of_ty fields))
-
-(* Perform a synchronous call to an object method. *)
-let call_method ~bus ~err ~name ~path ~interface ~methd args =
- (* Create the method_call message. *)
- let msg = Message.new_method_call name path interface methd in
- Message.append msg args;
- (* Send the message, get reply. *)
- let r = Connection.send_with_reply_and_block bus msg (-1) err in
- Message.get r
-
-(* Services we've found.
- * This is a map from name -> URI.
- * XXX We just assume Xen at the moment.
- * XXX The same machine can appear on multiple interfaces, so this
- * isn't right.
- *)
-let services : (string, string) Hashtbl.t = Hashtbl.create 13
-
-(* Process a Found message, indicating that we've found and fully
- * resolved a new service.
- *)
-let add_service bus err msg =
- (* match fields in the Found message from ServiceResolver. *)
- match Message.get msg with
- | Int32 _ :: (* interface *)
- Int32 (*protocol*)_ :: (* 0 = IPv4, 1=IPv6 *)
- String name :: (* "Virtualization Host foo" *)
- String _ :: (* "_libvirt._tcp" *)
- String _ :: (* domain name *)
- String hostname :: (* this is the hostname as a string *)
- Int32 _ :: (* ? aprotocol *)
- String address :: (* IP address as a string *)
- UInt16 (*port*)_ :: _ -> (* port is set to 0 by libvirtd *)
-
- let hostname = if hostname <> "" then hostname else address in
- (*let protocol = if protocol = 1_l then IPv6 else IPv4 in*)
-
- (* XXX *)
- let uri = "xen://" ^ hostname ^ "/" in
-
- if debug then eprintf "adding %s %s\n%!" name uri;
-
- Hashtbl.replace services name uri
-
- | _ ->
- prerr_endline (s_ "warning: unexpected message contents of Found signal")
-
-(* Process an ItemRemove message, indicating that a service has
- * gone away.
- *)
-let remove_service bus err msg =
- (* match fields in the ItemRemove message from ServiceBrowser. *)
- match Message.get msg with
- | Int32 _ :: (* interface *)
- Int32 _ :: (* protocol *)
- String name :: _ -> (* name *)
- if debug then eprintf "removing %s\n%!" name;
- Hashtbl.remove services name
-
- | _ ->
- prerr_endline
- (s_ "warning: unexpected message contents of ItemRemove signal")
-
-(* A service has appeared on the network. Resolve its IP address, etc. *)
-let start_resolve_service bus err sb_path msg =
- (* match fields in the ItemNew message from ServiceBrowser. *)
- match Message.get msg with
- | ((Int32 _) as interface) ::
- ((Int32 _) as protocol) ::
- ((String _) as name) ::
- ((String _) as service) ::
- ((String _) as domain) :: _ ->
- (* Create a new ServiceResolver object which is used to resolve
- * the actual locations of network services found by the ServiceBrowser.
- *)
- let sr =
- call_method ~bus ~err
- ~name:"org.freedesktop.Avahi"
- ~path:"/"
- ~interface:"org.freedesktop.Avahi.Server"
- ~methd:"ServiceResolverNew"
- [
- interface;
- protocol;
- name;
- service;
- domain;
- Int32 (-1_l); (* AVAHI_PROTO_UNSPEC *)
- UInt32 0_l; (* flags *)
- ] in
- let sr_path =
- match sr with
- | [ ObjectPath path ] -> path
- | _ -> assert false in
-
- if debug then eprintf "ServiceResolver path = %S\n%!" sr_path;
-
- (* Add a match rule so we see these all signals of interest. *)
- Bus.add_match bus
- (String.concat "," [
- "type='signal'";
- "sender='org.freedesktop.Avahi.ServiceResolver'";
- "path='" ^ sr_path ^ "'";
- ]) err;
-
- ()
-
- | _ ->
- prerr_endline
- (s_ "warning: unexpected message contents of ItemNew signal")
-
-(* This is called when we get a message/signal. Could be from the
- * (global) ServiceBrowser or any of the ServiceResolver objects.
- *)
-let got_message bus err sb_path msg =
- if debug then print_msg msg;
-
- let typ = Message.get_type msg in
- let member = match Message.get_member msg with None -> "" | Some m -> m in
- let interface =
- match Message.get_interface msg with None -> "" | Some m -> m in
-
- if typ = Message.Signal then (
- match interface, member with
- | "org.freedesktop.Avahi.ServiceBrowser", "CacheExhausted" -> ()
- | "org.freedesktop.Avahi.ServiceBrowser", "AllForNow" -> ()
- | "org.freedesktop.Avahi.ServiceBrowser", "ItemNew" ->
- (* New service has appeared, start to resolve it. *)
- start_resolve_service bus err sb_path msg
- | "org.freedesktop.Avahi.ServiceResolver", "Found" ->
- (* Resolver has finished resolving the name of a previously
- * appearing service.
- *)
- add_service bus err msg
- | "org.freedesktop.Avahi.ServiceBrowser", "ItemRemove" ->
- (* Service has disappeared. *)
- remove_service bus err msg
- | "org.freedesktop.DBus", _ -> ()
- | interface, member ->
- let () =
- eprintf (f_ "warning: ignored unknown message %s from %s\n%!")
- member interface in
- ()
- );
- true
-
-(* Store the connection ((bus, err, io_id) tuple). However don't bother
- * connecting to D-Bus at all until the user opens the connection
- * dialog for the first time.
- *)
-let connection = ref None
-
-(* Create global error and system bus object, and create the service browser. *)
-let connect () =
- match !connection with
- | Some (bus, err, _) -> (bus, err, false)
- | None ->
- let err = Error.init () in
- let bus = Bus.get Bus.System err in
- if Error.is_set err then
- failwith (s_ "error set after getting System bus");
-
- (* Create a new ServiceBrowser object which emits a signal whenever
- * a new network service of the type specified is found on the network.
- *)
- let sb =
- call_method ~bus ~err
- ~name:"org.freedesktop.Avahi"
- ~path:"/"
- ~interface:"org.freedesktop.Avahi.Server"
- ~methd:"ServiceBrowserNew"
- [
- Int32 (-1_l); (* interface, -1=AVAHI_IF_UNSPEC *)
- Int32 (-1_l); (* AVAHI_PROTO_UNSPEC *)
- String service; (* service type *)
- String ""; (* XXX call GetDomainName() *)
- UInt32 0_l; (* flags *)
- ] in
- let sb_path =
- match sb with
- | [ ObjectPath path ] -> path
- | _ -> assert false in
-
- if debug then eprintf "ServiceBrowser path = %S\n%!" sb_path;
-
- (* Register a callback to accept the signals. *)
- (* XXX This leaks memory because it is never freed. *)
- Connection.add_filter bus (
- fun bus msg -> got_message bus err sb_path msg
- );
-
- (* Add a match rule so we see these all signals of interest. *)
- Bus.add_match bus
- (String.concat "," [
- "type='signal'";
- "sender='org.freedesktop.Avahi.ServiceBrowser'";
- "path='" ^ sb_path ^ "'";
- ]) err;
-
- (* This is called from the Gtk main loop whenever there is new
- * data to read on the D-Bus socket.
- *)
- let callback _ =
- if debug then eprintf "dbus callback\n%!";
- if Connection.read_write_dispatch bus 0 then true
- else ( (* Disconnected. *)
- connection := None;
- false
- )
- in
-
- (* Get the file descriptor and attach to the Gtk main loop. *)
- let fd = Connection.get_fd bus in
- let channel = GMain.Io.channel_of_descr fd in
- let io_id = GMain.Io.add_watch ~cond:[`IN] ~callback channel in
-
- connection := Some (bus, err, io_id);
- (bus, err, true)
-
-(* This function is called by the connection dialog and is expected
- * to return a list of services we know about now.
- *)
-let find_services () =
- let bus, err, just_connected = connect () in
-
- (* If we've just connected, wait briefly for the list to stablise. *)
- if just_connected then (
- let start_time = Unix.gettimeofday () in
- while Unix.gettimeofday () -. start_time < 0.5 do
- ignore (Connection.read_write_dispatch bus 500)
- done
- );
-
- (* Return the services we know about. *)
- Hashtbl.fold (fun k v vs -> (k, v) :: vs) services []
-
-;;
-
-Vc_connection_dlg.find_libvirtd_with_zeroconf := find_services
diff --git a/virt-ctrl/vc_dbus.mli b/virt-ctrl/vc_dbus.mli
deleted file mode 100644
index 884093e..0000000
--- a/virt-ctrl/vc_dbus.mli
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,22 +0,0 @@
-(* virt-ctrl: A graphical management tool.
- (C) Copyright 2007 Richard W.M. Jones, Red Hat Inc.
- http://libvirt.org/
-
- This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
- it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
- the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
- (at your option) any later version.
-
- This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
- but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
- MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
- GNU General Public License for more details.
-
- You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
- along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
- Foundation, Inc., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.
-
- This file contains any code which needs optional package OCaml-DBUS.
-*)
-
-(* No public API. If loaded this module hooks into Vc_connection_dlg. *)
diff --git a/virt-ctrl/vc_domain_ops.ml b/virt-ctrl/vc_domain_ops.ml
deleted file mode 100644
index deace05..0000000
--- a/virt-ctrl/vc_domain_ops.ml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,109 +0,0 @@
-(* virt-ctrl: A graphical management tool.
- (C) Copyright 2007 Richard W.M. Jones, Red Hat Inc.
- http://libvirt.org/
-
- This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
- it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
- the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
- (at your option) any later version.
-
- This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
- but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
- MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
- GNU General Public License for more details.
-
- You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
- along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
- Foundation, Inc., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.
-
- Domain operations buttons.
-*)
-
-open Printf
-open Virt_ctrl_gettext.Gettext
-
-module C = Libvirt.Connect
-module D = Libvirt.Domain
-module N = Libvirt.Network
-
-(* Get the selected domain (if there is one) or return None. *)
-let get_domain (tree : GTree.view) (model : GTree.tree_store)
- (columns : Vc_connections.columns) =
- let path, _ = tree#get_cursor () in
- match path with
- | None -> None (* No row at all selected. *)
- | Some path ->
- let row = model#get_iter path in
- (* Visit parent to get the connid.
- * If this returns None, then it's a top-level row which is
- * selected (ie. a connection), so just ignore.
- *)
- match model#iter_parent row with
- | None -> None
- | Some parent ->
- try
- let (_, col_domname, _, _, _, col_id) = columns in
- let connid = model#get ~row:parent ~column:col_id in
- let conn =
- List.assoc connid (Vc_connections.get_conns ()) in
- let domid = model#get ~row ~column:col_id in
- if domid = -1 then ( (* Inactive domain. *)
- let domname = model#get ~row ~column:col_domname in
- let dom = D.lookup_by_name conn domname in
- let info = D.get_info dom in
- Some (dom, info, connid, -1)
- ) else ( (* Active domU. *)
- let dom = D.lookup_by_id conn domid in
- let info = D.get_info dom in
- Some (dom, info, connid, domid)
- )
- with
- (* Domain or connection disappeared under us. *)
- | Not_found -> None
- | Failure msg ->
- prerr_endline msg;
- None
- | Libvirt.Virterror err ->
- prerr_endline (Libvirt.Virterror.to_string err);
- None
-
-type dops_callback_fn =
- GTree.view -> GTree.tree_store -> Vc_connections.columns -> unit -> unit
-
-let start_domain tree model columns () =
- match get_domain tree model columns with
- | None -> ()
- | Some (dom, _, _, domid) ->
- if domid = -1 then
- D.create dom
-
-let pause_domain tree model columns () =
- match get_domain tree model columns with
- | None -> ()
- | Some (dom, info, _, domid) ->
- if domid >= 0 && info.D.state <> D.InfoPaused then
- D.suspend dom
-
-let resume_domain tree model columns () =
- match get_domain tree model columns with
- | None -> ()
- | Some (dom, info, _, domid) ->
- if domid >= 0 && info.D.state = D.InfoPaused then
- D.resume dom
-
-let shutdown_domain tree model columns () =
- match get_domain tree model columns with
- | None -> ()
- | Some (dom, info, _, domid) ->
- if domid >= 0 && info.D.state <> D.InfoShutdown then
- D.shutdown dom
-
-let open_domain_details tree model columns () =
- match get_domain tree model columns with
- | None -> ()
- | Some (dom, info, connid, domid) ->
- if domid >= 0 then (
-
-
-
- )
diff --git a/virt-ctrl/vc_domain_ops.mli b/virt-ctrl/vc_domain_ops.mli
deleted file mode 100644
index 38a2015..0000000
--- a/virt-ctrl/vc_domain_ops.mli
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,35 +0,0 @@
-(* virt-ctrl: A graphical management tool.
- (C) Copyright 2007 Richard W.M. Jones, Red Hat Inc.
- http://libvirt.org/
-
- This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
- it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
- the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
- (at your option) any later version.
-
- This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
- but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
- MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
- GNU General Public License for more details.
-
- You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
- along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
- Foundation, Inc., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.
-
- Domain operations buttons.
-*)
-
-type dops_callback_fn =
- GTree.view -> GTree.tree_store -> Vc_connections.columns -> unit -> unit
- (** Domain ops callback function type.
-
- The parameters are: tree (view), model, columns.
- The extra unit parameter is there to make it easier to
- turn into a callback.
- *)
-
-val start_domain : dops_callback_fn
-val pause_domain : dops_callback_fn
-val resume_domain : dops_callback_fn
-val shutdown_domain : dops_callback_fn
-val open_domain_details : dops_callback_fn
diff --git a/virt-ctrl/vc_helpers.ml b/virt-ctrl/vc_helpers.ml
deleted file mode 100644
index 74e70cb..0000000
--- a/virt-ctrl/vc_helpers.ml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,97 +0,0 @@
-(* virt-ctrl: A graphical management tool.
- (C) Copyright 2007 Richard W.M. Jones, Red Hat Inc.
- http://libvirt.org/
-
- This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
- it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
- the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
- (at your option) any later version.
-
- This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
- but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
- MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
- GNU General Public License for more details.
-
- You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
- along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
- Foundation, Inc., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.
-*)
-
-open Virt_ctrl_gettext.Gettext
-
-module C = Libvirt.Connect
-module D = Libvirt.Domain
-module N = Libvirt.Network
-
-(* Given two lists, xs and ys, return a list of items which have been
- * added to ys, items which are the same, and items which have been
- * removed from ys.
- * Returns a triplet (list of added, list of same, list of removed).
- *)
-let differences xs ys =
- let rec d = function
- | [], [] -> (* Base case. *)
- ([], [], [])
- | [], ys -> (* All ys have been added. *)
- (ys, [], [])
- | xs, [] -> (* All xs have been removed. *)
- ([], [], xs)
- | (x :: xs), (y :: ys) when x = y -> (* Not added or removed. *)
- let added, unchanged, removed = d (xs, ys) in
- added, x :: unchanged, removed
- | (x :: xs), ((y :: _) as ys) when x < y -> (* x removed. *)
- let added, unchanged, removed = d (xs, ys) in
- added, unchanged, x :: removed
- | ((x :: _) as xs), (y :: ys) (* when x > y *) -> (* y added. *)
- let added, unchanged, removed = d (xs, ys) in
- y :: added, unchanged, removed
- in
- d (List.sort compare xs, List.sort compare ys)
-
-let string_of_domain_state = function
- | D.InfoNoState -> s_ "unknown"
- | D.InfoRunning -> s_ "running"
- | D.InfoBlocked -> s_ "blocked"
- | D.InfoPaused -> s_ "paused"
- | D.InfoShutdown -> s_ "shutdown"
- | D.InfoShutoff -> s_ "shutoff"
- | D.InfoCrashed -> s_ "crashed"
-
-(* Filter top level rows (only) in a tree_store. If function f returns
- * true then the row remains, but if it returns false then the row is
- * removed.
- *)
-let rec filter_top_level_rows (model : GTree.tree_store) f =
- match model#get_iter_first with
- | None -> ()
- | Some iter -> filter_rows model f iter
-
-(* Filter rows in a tree_store at a particular level. *)
-and filter_rows model f row =
- let keep = f row in
- let iter_still_valid =
- if not keep then model#remove row else model#iter_next row in
- if iter_still_valid then filter_rows model f row
-
-(* Find the first top level row matching predicate f and return it. *)
-let rec find_top_level_row (model : GTree.tree_store) f =
- match model#get_iter_first with
- | None -> raise Not_found (* no rows *)
- | Some row -> find_row model f row
-
-(* Find the first row matching predicate f at a particular level. *)
-and find_row model f row =
- if f row then row
- else if model#iter_next row then find_row model f row
- else raise Not_found
-
-(* Iterate over top level rows (only) in a tree_store. *)
-let rec iter_top_level_rows (model : GTree.tree_store) f =
- match model#get_iter_first with
- | None -> ()
- | Some iter -> iter_rows model f iter
-
-(* Iterate over rows in a tree_store at a particular level. *)
-and iter_rows model f row =
- f row;
- if model#iter_next row then iter_rows model f row
diff --git a/virt-ctrl/vc_helpers.mli b/virt-ctrl/vc_helpers.mli
deleted file mode 100644
index b533024..0000000
--- a/virt-ctrl/vc_helpers.mli
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,51 +0,0 @@
-(* virt-ctrl: A graphical management tool.
- (C) Copyright 2007 Richard W.M. Jones, Red Hat Inc.
- http://libvirt.org/
-
- This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
- it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
- the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
- (at your option) any later version.
-
- This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
- but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
- MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
- GNU General Public License for more details.
-
- You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
- along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
- Foundation, Inc., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.
-
- Helper functions.
-*)
-
-(** Given two lists, xs and ys, return a list of items which have been
- added to ys, items which are the same, and items which have been
- removed from ys.
- Returns a triplet (list of added, list of same, list of removed).
-*)
-val differences : 'a list -> 'a list -> 'a list * 'a list * 'a list
-
-(** Convert libvirt domain state to a string. *)
-val string_of_domain_state : Libvirt.Domain.state -> string
-
-(** Filter top level rows (only) in a GtkTreeStore. If function f returns
- true then the row remains, but if it returns false then the row is
- removed.
-*)
-val filter_top_level_rows : GTree.tree_store -> (Gtk.tree_iter -> bool) -> unit
-
-(** Filter rows in a tree_store at a particular level. *)
-val filter_rows : GTree.tree_store -> (Gtk.tree_iter -> bool) -> Gtk.tree_iter -> unit
-
-(** Find the first top level row matching predicate and return it. *)
-val find_top_level_row : GTree.tree_store -> (Gtk.tree_iter -> bool) -> Gtk.tree_iter
-
-(** Find the first row matching predicate f at a particular level. *)
-val find_row : GTree.tree_store -> (Gtk.tree_iter -> bool) -> Gtk.tree_iter -> Gtk.tree_iter
-
-(** Iterate over top level rows (only) in a GtkTreeStore. *)
-val iter_top_level_rows : GTree.tree_store -> (Gtk.tree_iter -> unit) -> unit
-
-(** Iterate over rows in a tree_store at a particular level. *)
-val iter_rows : GTree.tree_store -> (Gtk.tree_iter -> unit) -> Gtk.tree_iter -> unit
diff --git a/virt-ctrl/vc_icons.ml b/virt-ctrl/vc_icons.ml
deleted file mode 100644
index 911e487..0000000
--- a/virt-ctrl/vc_icons.ml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,270 +0,0 @@
-
-
-open Vc_connection_dlg
-
-
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-
-let pixbuf () : GdkPixbuf.pixbuf = Marshal.from_string pixbuf_data 0
-;;
-icon_32x32_devices_computer_png := Some (pixbuf ()) ;;
-
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-
-let pixbuf () : GdkPixbuf.pixbuf = Marshal.from_string pixbuf_data 0
-;;
-icon_24x24_devices_computer_png := Some (pixbuf ()) ;;
-
-let pixbuf_data = "\
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-let pixbuf () : GdkPixbuf.pixbuf = Marshal.from_string pixbuf_data 0
-;;
-icon_16x16_devices_computer_png := Some (pixbuf ()) ;;
diff --git a/virt-ctrl/vc_mainwindow.ml b/virt-ctrl/vc_mainwindow.ml
deleted file mode 100644
index c34a803..0000000
--- a/virt-ctrl/vc_mainwindow.ml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,202 +0,0 @@
-(* virt-ctrl: A graphical management tool.
- (C) Copyright 2007 Richard W.M. Jones, Red Hat Inc.
- http://libvirt.org/
-
- This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
- it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
- the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
- (at your option) any later version.
-
- This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
- but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
- MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
- GNU General Public License for more details.
-
- You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
- along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
- Foundation, Inc., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.
-*)
-
-open Printf
-open Virt_ctrl_gettext.Gettext
-
-let title = s_ "Virtual Control"
-
-let utf8_copyright = "\194\169"
-
-let help_about () =
- let gtk_version =
- let gtk_major, gtk_minor, gtk_micro = GMain.Main.version in
- sprintf "%d.%d.%d" gtk_major gtk_minor gtk_micro in
- let virt_version = string_of_int (fst (Libvirt.get_version ())) in
- let title = "About " ^ title in
- let icon = GMisc.image () in
- icon#set_stock `DIALOG_INFO;
- icon#set_icon_size `DIALOG;
- GToolbox.message_box
- ~title
- ~icon
- (sprintf (f_ "Virtualization control tool (virt-ctrl) by
-Richard W.M. Jones (rjones@redhat.com).
-
-Copyright %s 2007-2008 Red Hat Inc.
-
-Libvirt version: %s
-
-Gtk toolkit version: %s") utf8_copyright virt_version gtk_version)
-
-(* Catch any exception and throw up a dialog. *)
-let () =
- (* A nicer exception printing function. *)
- let string_of_exn = function
- | Libvirt.Virterror err ->
- s_ "Virtualisation error" ^ ": " ^ (Libvirt.Virterror.to_string err)
- | Failure msg -> msg
- | exn -> Printexc.to_string exn
- in
- GtkSignal.user_handler :=
- fun exn ->
- let label = string_of_exn exn in
- prerr_endline label;
- let title = s_ "Error" in
- let icon = GMisc.image () in
- icon#set_stock `DIALOG_ERROR;
- icon#set_icon_size `DIALOG;
- GToolbox.message_box ~title ~icon label
-
-let make
- ~start_domain ~pause_domain ~resume_domain ~shutdown_domain
- ~open_domain_details =
- (* Create the main window. *)
- let window = GWindow.window ~width:800 ~height:600 ~title () in
- let vbox = GPack.vbox ~packing:window#add () in
-
- (* Menu bar. *)
- let quit_item =
- let menubar = GMenu.menu_bar ~packing:vbox#pack () in
- let factory = new GMenu.factory menubar in
- let accel_group = factory#accel_group in
- let file_menu = factory#add_submenu (s_ "File") in
- let help_menu = factory#add_submenu (s_ "Help") in
-
- window#add_accel_group accel_group;
-
- (* File menu. *)
- let factory = new GMenu.factory file_menu ~accel_group in
- let open_item = factory#add_item (s_ "Open connection ...")
- ~key:GdkKeysyms._O in
- ignore (factory#add_separator ());
- let quit_item = factory#add_item (s_ "Quit") ~key:GdkKeysyms._Q in
-
- ignore (open_item#connect#activate
- ~callback:(Vc_connection_dlg.open_connection window));
-
- (* Help menu. *)
- let factory = new GMenu.factory help_menu ~accel_group in
- let help_item = factory#add_item (s_ "Help") in
- let help_about_item = factory#add_item (s_ "About ...") in
-
- ignore (help_about_item#connect#activate ~callback:help_about);
-
- quit_item in
-
- (* The toolbar. *)
- let toolbar = GButton.toolbar ~packing:vbox#pack () in
-
- (* The treeview. *)
- let (tree, model, columns, initial_state) =
- Vc_connections.make_treeview
- ~packing:(vbox#pack ~expand:true ~fill:true) () in
-
- (* Add buttons to the toolbar (requires the treeview to
- * have been made above).
- *)
- let () =
- let connect_button_menu = GMenu.menu () in
- let connect_button =
- GButton.menu_tool_button
- ~label:(s_ "Connect ...") ~stock:`CONNECT
- ~menu:connect_button_menu
- ~packing:toolbar#insert () in
- ignore (GButton.separator_tool_item ~packing:toolbar#insert ());
- let open_button =
- GButton.tool_button ~label:(s_ "Details") ~stock:`OPEN
- ~packing:toolbar#insert () in
- ignore (GButton.separator_tool_item ~packing:toolbar#insert ());
- let start_button =
- GButton.tool_button ~label:(s_ "Start") ~stock:`ADD
- ~packing:toolbar#insert () in
- let pause_button =
- GButton.tool_button ~label:(s_ "Pause") ~stock:`MEDIA_PAUSE
- ~packing:toolbar#insert () in
- let resume_button =
- GButton.tool_button ~label:(s_ "Resume") ~stock:`MEDIA_PLAY
- ~packing:toolbar#insert () in
- ignore (GButton.separator_tool_item ~packing:toolbar#insert ());
- let shutdown_button =
- GButton.tool_button ~label:(s_ "Shutdown") ~stock:`STOP
- ~packing:toolbar#insert () in
-
- (* Set callbacks for the toolbar buttons. *)
- ignore (connect_button#connect#clicked
- ~callback:(Vc_connection_dlg.open_connection window));
- ignore (open_button#connect#clicked
- ~callback:(open_domain_details tree model columns));
- ignore (start_button#connect#clicked
- ~callback:(start_domain tree model columns));
- ignore (pause_button#connect#clicked
- ~callback:(pause_domain tree model columns));
- ignore (resume_button#connect#clicked
- ~callback:(resume_domain tree model columns));
- ignore (shutdown_button#connect#clicked
- ~callback:(shutdown_domain tree model columns));
-
- (* Set a menu on the connect menu-button. *)
- let () =
- let factory = new GMenu.factory connect_button_menu (*~accel_group*) in
- let local_xen = factory#add_item (s_ "Local Xen") in
- let local_qemu = factory#add_item (s_ "Local QEMU/KVM") in
- ignore (factory#add_separator ());
- let open_dialog = factory#add_item (s_ "Connect to ...") in
- ignore (local_xen#connect#activate
- ~callback:Vc_connection_dlg.open_local_xen);
- ignore (local_qemu#connect#activate
- ~callback:Vc_connection_dlg.open_local_qemu);
- ignore (open_dialog#connect#activate
- ~callback:(Vc_connection_dlg.open_connection window)) in
- () in
-
- (* Make a timeout function which is called once per second. *)
- let state = ref initial_state in
- let callback () =
- (* Gc.compact is generally not safe in lablgtk programs, but
- * is explicitly allowed in timeouts (see lablgtk README).
- * This ensures memory is compacted regularly, but is also an
- * excellent way to catch memory bugs in the ocaml libvirt bindings.
- *)
- Gc.compact ();
-
- (* Ugh: Bug in lablgtk causes a segfault if a timeout raises an
- * exception. Catch and print exceptions instead.
- *)
- (try state := Vc_connections.repopulate tree model columns !state
- with exn -> prerr_endline (Printexc.to_string exn));
-
- true
- in
- let timeout_id = GMain.Timeout.add ~ms:1000 ~callback in
-
- (* Quit. *)
- let quit _ =
- GMain.Timeout.remove timeout_id;
- GMain.quit ();
- false
- in
-
- ignore (window#connect#destroy ~callback:GMain.quit);
- ignore (window#event#connect#delete ~callback:quit);
- ignore (quit_item#connect#activate
- ~callback:(fun () -> ignore (quit ()); ()));
-
- (* Display the window. *)
- window#show ()
diff --git a/virt-ctrl/vc_mainwindow.mli b/virt-ctrl/vc_mainwindow.mli
deleted file mode 100644
index 39439e9..0000000
--- a/virt-ctrl/vc_mainwindow.mli
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,31 +0,0 @@
-(* virt-ctrl: A graphical management tool.
- (C) Copyright 2007 Richard W.M. Jones, Red Hat Inc.
- http://libvirt.org/
-
- This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
- it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
- the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
- (at your option) any later version.
-
- This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
- but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
- MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
- GNU General Public License for more details.
-
- You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
- along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
- Foundation, Inc., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.
-
- Make the main window.
-*)
-
-(** This function creates the main window. You have to pass in
- callback functions to wire everything up.
-*)
-val make :
- start_domain:Vc_domain_ops.dops_callback_fn ->
- pause_domain:Vc_domain_ops.dops_callback_fn ->
- resume_domain:Vc_domain_ops.dops_callback_fn ->
- shutdown_domain:Vc_domain_ops.dops_callback_fn ->
- open_domain_details:Vc_domain_ops.dops_callback_fn ->
- unit
diff --git a/virt-ctrl/virt_ctrl.ml b/virt-ctrl/virt_ctrl.ml
deleted file mode 100644
index 9e5053e..0000000
--- a/virt-ctrl/virt_ctrl.ml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,36 +0,0 @@
-(* virt-ctrl: A graphical management tool.
- (C) Copyright 2007 Richard W.M. Jones, Red Hat Inc.
- http://libvirt.org/
-
- This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
- it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
- the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
- (at your option) any later version.
-
- This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
- but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
- MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
- GNU General Public License for more details.
-
- You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
- along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
- Foundation, Inc., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.
-*)
-
-open Printf
-open Virt_ctrl_gettext.Gettext
-
-let () =
- (* Build the main window and wire up the buttons to the callback functions *)
- Vc_mainwindow.make
- ~start_domain:Vc_domain_ops.start_domain
- ~pause_domain:Vc_domain_ops.pause_domain
- ~resume_domain:Vc_domain_ops.resume_domain
- ~shutdown_domain:Vc_domain_ops.shutdown_domain
- ~open_domain_details:Vc_domain_ops.open_domain_details;
-
- (* Enter the Gtk main loop. *)
- GMain.main ();
-
- (* Useful to catch memory bugs in the ocaml libvirt bindings. *)
- Gc.compact ()
diff --git a/virt-df/Makefile.in b/virt-df/Makefile.in
deleted file mode 100644
index 4fb088c..0000000
--- a/virt-df/Makefile.in
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,109 +0,0 @@
-# virt-df
-# Copyright (C) 2007 Red Hat Inc., Richard W.M. Jones
-#
-# This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
-# it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
-# the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
-# (at your option) any later version.
-#
-# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
-# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
-# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
-# GNU General Public License for more details.
-#
-# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
-# along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
-# Foundation, Inc., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.
-
-PACKAGE := @PACKAGE_NAME@
-VERSION := @PACKAGE_VERSION@
-
-INSTALL := @INSTALL@
-HAVE_PERLDOC := @HAVE_PERLDOC@
-
-prefix = @prefix@
-exec_prefix = @exec_prefix@
-bindir = @bindir@
-
-pkg_gettext = @pkg_gettext@
-
-#OCAMLCPACKAGES := -package unix,extlib,xml-light,bitmatch
-OCAMLCPACKAGES := -package unix,extlib,xml-light -I +bitmatch
-
-ifneq ($(pkg_gettext),no)
-OCAMLCPACKAGES += -package gettext-stub
-endif
-
-OBJS := \
- virt_df_gettext.cmo \
- virt_df.cmo \
- virt_df_ext2.cmo \
- virt_df_linux_swap.cmo \
- virt_df_lvm2_metadata.cmo \
- virt_df_lvm2_parser.cmo \
- virt_df_lvm2_lexer.cmo \
- virt_df_lvm2.cmo \
- virt_df_mbr.cmo \
- virt_df_main.cmo
-
-XOBJS := $(OBJS:.cmo=.cmx)
-
-SYNTAX := -pp "camlp4o -I`ocamlc -where`/bitmatch pa_bitmatch.cmo"
-
-OCAMLCPACKAGES += -I ../libvirt
-OCAMLCFLAGS := -g -w s $(SYNTAX)
-#OCAMLCLIBS := -linkpkg
-OCAMLCLIBS := -linkpkg bitmatch.cma
-
-OCAMLOPTPACKAGES := $(OCAMLCPACKAGES)
-OCAMLOPTFLAGS := -w s $(SYNTAX)
-#OCAMLOPTLIBS := $(OCAMLCLIBS)
-OCAMLOPTLIBS := -linkpkg bitmatch.cmxa
-
-OCAMLDEPFLAGS := $(SYNTAX)
-
-export LIBRARY_PATH=../libvirt
-export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=../libvirt
-
-BYTE_TARGETS := virt-df
-OPT_TARGETS := virt-df.opt
-
-ifeq ($(HAVE_PERLDOC),perldoc)
-BYTE_TARGETS += virt-df.1 virt-df.txt
-endif
-
-all: $(BYTE_TARGETS)
-
-opt: $(OPT_TARGETS)
-
-virt-df: $(OBJS)
- ocamlfind ocamlc $(OCAMLCPACKAGES) $(OCAMLCFLAGS) $(OCAMLCLIBS) \
- ../libvirt/mllibvirt.cma -o $@ $^
-
-virt-df.opt: $(XOBJS)
- ocamlfind ocamlopt \
- $(OCAMLOPTPACKAGES) $(OCAMLOPTFLAGS) $(OCAMLOPTLIBS) \
- ../libvirt/mllibvirt.cmxa -o $@ $^
-
-# 'make depend' doesn't catch these dependencies because the .mli file
-# is auto-generated.
-virt_df_lvm2_parser.cmo: virt_df_lvm2_parser.mli
-virt_df_lvm2_parser.cmx: virt_df_lvm2_parser.mli
-
-# Manual page.
-ifeq ($(HAVE_PERLDOC),perldoc)
-virt-df.1: virt-df.pod
- pod2man -c "Virtualization Support" --release "$(PACKAGE)-$(VERSION)" \
- $< > $@
-
-virt-df.txt: virt-df.pod
- pod2text $< > $@
-endif
-
-install:
- if [ -x virt-df.opt ]; then \
- mkdir -p $(DESTDIR)$(bindir); \
- $(INSTALL) -m 0755 virt-df.opt $(DESTDIR)$(bindir)/virt-df; \
- fi
-
-include ../Make.rules
diff --git a/virt-df/README b/virt-df/README
deleted file mode 100644
index 65acef9..0000000
--- a/virt-df/README
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,68 +0,0 @@
-$Id$
-
-For user documentation:
-
-Please see the manual page (virt-df.pod or virt-df.txt in this
-directory).
-
-Developer documentation
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-This program has suddenly become rather large and confusing.
-Hopefully this documentation should go some way towards explaining
-what is going on inside the source.
-
-The main program consists of two modules:
-
- - virt_df.ml / virt_df.mli (module name: Virt_df)
-
- This has evolved into a library of miscellaneous functions
- and values which are included throughout the rest of the
- program. If you see an unexplained function then it's
- likely that it is defined in here.
-
- Start by reading virt_df.mli which contains the full types
- and plenty of documentation.
-
- - virt_df_main.ml
-
- This is the program. It reads the command line arguments,
- loads the domain descriptions, calls out to the plug-ins
- to probe for disks / partitions / filesystems / etc., and
- finally prints the results.
-
- The file consists of basically one large program that
- does all of the above in sequence.
-
-Everything else in this directory is a plug-in specialized for probing
-a particular filesystem, partition scheme or type of LVM. The
-plug-ins at time of writing are:
-
- - virt_df_ext2.ml / virt_df_ext2.mli
-
- EXT2/3/4 plug-in.
-
- - virt_df_linux_swap.ml / virt_df_linux_swap.mli
-
- Linux swap (new style) plug-in.
-
- - virt_df_mbr.ml / virt_df_mbr.mli
-
- Master Boot Record (MS-DOS) disk partitioning plug-in.
-
- - virt_df_lvm2*
-
- LVM2 parsing, which is by far the most complex plug-in.
- It consists of:
-
- - virt_df_lvm2.ml
- - virt_df_lvm2.mli
- LVM2 probing, PV detection.
-
- - virt_df_lvm2_parser.mly
- - virt_df_lvm2_lexer.mll
- Scanner/parser for parsing LVM2 metadata definitions.
-
- - virt_df_lvm2_metadata.ml
- - virt_df_lvm2_metadata.mli
- AST for LVM2 metadata definitions.
diff --git a/virt-df/virt-df.1 b/virt-df/virt-df.1
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-.\" ========================================================================
-.\"
-.IX Title "VIRT-DF 1"
-.TH VIRT-DF 1 "2008-04-16" "ocaml-libvirt-0.4.1.1" "Virtualization Support"
-.SH "NAME"
-virt\-df \- 'df'\-like utility for virtualization stats
-.SH "SUMMARY"
-.IX Header "SUMMARY"
-virt-df [\-options]
-.SH "DESCRIPTION"
-.IX Header "DESCRIPTION"
-virt-df is a \fIdf\fR\|(1)\-like utility for showing the actual disk usage
-of guests. Many command line options are the same as for ordinary
-\&\fIdf\fR.
-.PP
-It uses libvirt so it is capable of showing stats across a variety of
-different virtualization systems.
-.PP
-There are some shortcomings to the whole approach of reading disk
-state from outside the guest. Please read \s-1SHORTCOMINGS\s0 section below
-for more details.
-.SH "OPTIONS"
-.IX Header "OPTIONS"
-.IP "\fB\-a\fR, \fB\-\-all\fR" 4
-.IX Item "-a, --all"
-Show all domains. The default is show only running (active) domains.
-.IP "\fB\-c uri\fR, \fB\-\-connect uri\fR" 4
-.IX Item "-c uri, --connect uri"
-Connect to libvirt \s-1URI\s0. The default is to connect to the default
-libvirt \s-1URI\s0, normally Xen.
-.IP "\fB\-\-debug\fR" 4
-.IX Item "--debug"
-Emit debugging information on stderr. Please supply this if you
-report a bug.
-.IP "\fB\-h\fR, \fB\-\-human\-readable\fR" 4
-.IX Item "-h, --human-readable"
-Display human-readable sizes (eg. 10GiB).
-.IP "\fB\-i\fR, \fB\-\-inodes\fR" 4
-.IX Item "-i, --inodes"
-Display inode information.
-.IP "\fB\-\-help\fR" 4
-.IX Item "--help"
-Display usage summary.
-.IP "\fB\-t diskimage\fR" 4
-.IX Item "-t diskimage"
-Test mode. Instead of checking libvirt for domain information, this
-runs virt-df directly on the disk image (or device) supplied. You may
-specify the \fB\-t\fR option multiple times.
-.IP "\fB\-\-version\fR" 4
-.IX Item "--version"
-Display version and exit.
-.SH "SHORTCOMINGS"
-.IX Header "SHORTCOMINGS"
-virt-df spies on the guest's disk image to try to work out how much
-disk space it is actually using. There are some shortcomings to this,
-described here.
-.PP
-(1) It does not work over remote connections. The storage \s-1API\s0 does
-not support peeking into remote disks, and libvirt has rejected a
-request to add this support.
-.PP
-(2) It only understands a limited set of partition types. Assuming
-that the files and partitions that we get back from libvirt / Xen
-correspond to block devices in the guests, we can go some way towards
-manually parsing those partitions to find out what they contain. We
-can read the \s-1MBR\s0, \s-1LVM\s0, superblocks and so on. However that's a lot of
-parsing work, and currently there is no library which understands a
-wide range of partition schemes and filesystem types (not even
-libparted which doesn't support \s-1LVM\s0 yet). The Linux kernel does
-support that, but there's not really any good way to access that work.
-.PP
-The current implementation uses a hand-coded parser which understands
-some simple formats (\s-1MBR\s0, \s-1LVM2\s0, ext2/3). In future we should use
-something like libparted.
-.PP
-(3) The statistics you get are delayed. The real state of, for
-example, an ext2 filesystem is only stored in the memory of the
-guest's kernel. The ext2 superblock contains some meta-information
-about blocks used and free, but this superblock is not up to date. In
-fact the guest kernel may not update it even on a 'sync', not until
-the filesystem is unmounted. Some operations do appear to write the
-superblock, for example \fIfsync\fR\|(2) [that is my reading of the ext2/3
-source code at least].
-.SH "SECURITY"
-.IX Header "SECURITY"
-The current code tries hard to be secure against malicious guests, for
-example guests which set up malicious disk partitions.
-.SH "SEE ALSO"
-.IX Header "SEE ALSO"
-\&\fIdf\fR\|(1),
-\&\fIvirsh\fR\|(1),
-\&\fIxm\fR\|(1),
-<http://www.libvirt.org/ocaml/>,
-<http://www.libvirt.org/>,
-<http://et.redhat.com/~rjones/>,
-<http://caml.inria.fr/>
-.SH "AUTHORS"
-.IX Header "AUTHORS"
-Richard W.M. Jones <rjones @ redhat . com>
-.SH "COPYRIGHT"
-.IX Header "COPYRIGHT"
-(C) Copyright 2007\-2008 Red Hat Inc., Richard W.M. Jones
-http://libvirt.org/
-.PP
-This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
-it under the terms of the \s-1GNU\s0 General Public License as published by
-the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
-(at your option) any later version.
-.PP
-This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
-but \s-1WITHOUT\s0 \s-1ANY\s0 \s-1WARRANTY\s0; without even the implied warranty of
-\&\s-1MERCHANTABILITY\s0 or \s-1FITNESS\s0 \s-1FOR\s0 A \s-1PARTICULAR\s0 \s-1PURPOSE\s0. See the
-\&\s-1GNU\s0 General Public License for more details.
-.PP
-You should have received a copy of the \s-1GNU\s0 General Public License
-along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
-Foundation, Inc., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, \s-1MA\s0 02139, \s-1USA\s0.
-.SH "REPORTING BUGS"
-.IX Header "REPORTING BUGS"
-Bugs can be viewed on the Red Hat Bugzilla page:
-<https://bugzilla.redhat.com/>.
-.PP
-If you find a bug in virt\-df, please follow these steps to report it:
-.IP "1. Check for existing bug reports" 4
-.IX Item "1. Check for existing bug reports"
-Go to <https://bugzilla.redhat.com/> and search for similar bugs.
-Someone may already have reported the same bug, and they may even
-have fixed it.
-.IP "2. Capture debug and error messages" 4
-.IX Item "2. Capture debug and error messages"
-Run
-.Sp
-.Vb 1
-\& virt-df --debug > virt-df.log 2>&1
-.Ve
-.Sp
-and keep \fIvirt\-df.log\fR. It contains error messages which you should
-submit with your bug report.
-.IP "3. Get version of virt-df and version of libvirt." 4
-.IX Item "3. Get version of virt-df and version of libvirt."
-Run
-.Sp
-.Vb 1
-\& virt-df --version
-.Ve
-.IP "4. Submit a bug report." 4
-.IX Item "4. Submit a bug report."
-Go to <https://bugzilla.redhat.com/> and enter a new bug.
-Please describe the problem in as much detail as possible.
-.Sp
-Remember to include the version numbers (step 3) and the debug
-messages file (step 2).
-.IP "5. Assign the bug to rjones @ redhat.com" 4
-.IX Item "5. Assign the bug to rjones @ redhat.com"
-Assign or reassign the bug to \fBrjones @ redhat.com\fR (without the
-spaces). You can also send me an email with the bug number if you
-want a faster response.
diff --git a/virt-df/virt-df.pod b/virt-df/virt-df.pod
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-=head1 NAME
-
-virt-df - 'df'-like utility for virtualization stats
-
-=head1 SUMMARY
-
-virt-df [-options]
-
-=head1 DESCRIPTION
-
-virt-df is a L<df(1)>-like utility for showing the actual disk usage
-of guests. Many command line options are the same as for ordinary
-I<df>.
-
-It uses libvirt so it is capable of showing stats across a variety of
-different virtualization systems.
-
-There are some shortcomings to the whole approach of reading disk
-state from outside the guest. Please read SHORTCOMINGS section below
-for more details.
-
-=head1 OPTIONS
-
-=over 4
-
-=item B<-a>, B<--all>
-
-Show all domains. The default is show only running (active) domains.
-
-=item B<-c uri>, B<--connect uri>
-
-Connect to libvirt URI. The default is to connect to the default
-libvirt URI, normally Xen.
-
-=item B<--debug>
-
-Emit debugging information on stderr. Please supply this if you
-report a bug.
-
-=item B<-h>, B<--human-readable>
-
-Display human-readable sizes (eg. 10GiB).
-
-=item B<-i>, B<--inodes>
-
-Display inode information.
-
-=item B<--help>
-
-Display usage summary.
-
-=item B<-t diskimage>
-
-Test mode. Instead of checking libvirt for domain information, this
-runs virt-df directly on the disk image (or device) supplied. You may
-specify the B<-t> option multiple times.
-
-=item B<--version>
-
-Display version and exit.
-
-=back
-
-=head1 SHORTCOMINGS
-
-virt-df spies on the guest's disk image to try to work out how much
-disk space it is actually using. There are some shortcomings to this,
-described here.
-
-(1) It does not work over remote connections. The storage API does
-not support peeking into remote disks, and libvirt has rejected a
-request to add this support.
-
-(2) It only understands a limited set of partition types. Assuming
-that the files and partitions that we get back from libvirt / Xen
-correspond to block devices in the guests, we can go some way towards
-manually parsing those partitions to find out what they contain. We
-can read the MBR, LVM, superblocks and so on. However that's a lot of
-parsing work, and currently there is no library which understands a
-wide range of partition schemes and filesystem types (not even
-libparted which doesn't support LVM yet). The Linux kernel does
-support that, but there's not really any good way to access that work.
-
-The current implementation uses a hand-coded parser which understands
-some simple formats (MBR, LVM2, ext2/3). In future we should use
-something like libparted.
-
-(3) The statistics you get are delayed. The real state of, for
-example, an ext2 filesystem is only stored in the memory of the
-guest's kernel. The ext2 superblock contains some meta-information
-about blocks used and free, but this superblock is not up to date. In
-fact the guest kernel may not update it even on a 'sync', not until
-the filesystem is unmounted. Some operations do appear to write the
-superblock, for example L<fsync(2)> [that is my reading of the ext2/3
-source code at least].
-
-=head1 SECURITY
-
-The current code tries hard to be secure against malicious guests, for
-example guests which set up malicious disk partitions.
-
-=head1 SEE ALSO
-
-L<df(1)>,
-L<virsh(1)>,
-L<xm(1)>,
-L<http://www.libvirt.org/ocaml/>,
-L<http://www.libvirt.org/>,
-L<http://et.redhat.com/~rjones/>,
-L<http://caml.inria.fr/>
-
-=head1 AUTHORS
-
-Richard W.M. Jones <rjones @ redhat . com>
-
-=head1 COPYRIGHT
-
-(C) Copyright 2007-2008 Red Hat Inc., Richard W.M. Jones
-http://libvirt.org/
-
-This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
-it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
-the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
-(at your option) any later version.
-
-This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
-but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
-MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
-GNU General Public License for more details.
-
-You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
-along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
-Foundation, Inc., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.
-
-=head1 REPORTING BUGS
-
-Bugs can be viewed on the Red Hat Bugzilla page:
-L<https://bugzilla.redhat.com/>.
-
-If you find a bug in virt-df, please follow these steps to report it:
-
-=over 4
-
-=item 1. Check for existing bug reports
-
-Go to L<https://bugzilla.redhat.com/> and search for similar bugs.
-Someone may already have reported the same bug, and they may even
-have fixed it.
-
-=item 2. Capture debug and error messages
-
-Run
-
- virt-df --debug > virt-df.log 2>&1
-
-and keep I<virt-df.log>. It contains error messages which you should
-submit with your bug report.
-
-=item 3. Get version of virt-df and version of libvirt.
-
-Run
-
- virt-df --version
-
-=item 4. Submit a bug report.
-
-Go to L<https://bugzilla.redhat.com/> and enter a new bug.
-Please describe the problem in as much detail as possible.
-
-Remember to include the version numbers (step 3) and the debug
-messages file (step 2).
-
-=item 5. Assign the bug to rjones @ redhat.com
-
-Assign or reassign the bug to B<rjones @ redhat.com> (without the
-spaces). You can also send me an email with the bug number if you
-want a faster response.
-
-=back
-
-=end
diff --git a/virt-df/virt-df.txt b/virt-df/virt-df.txt
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+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,144 +0,0 @@
-NAME
- virt-df - 'df'-like utility for virtualization stats
-
-SUMMARY
- virt-df [-options]
-
-DESCRIPTION
- virt-df is a df(1)-like utility for showing the actual disk usage of
- guests. Many command line options are the same as for ordinary *df*.
-
- It uses libvirt so it is capable of showing stats across a variety of
- different virtualization systems.
-
- There are some shortcomings to the whole approach of reading disk state
- from outside the guest. Please read SHORTCOMINGS section below for more
- details.
-
-OPTIONS
- -a, --all
- Show all domains. The default is show only running (active) domains.
-
- -c uri, --connect uri
- Connect to libvirt URI. The default is to connect to the default
- libvirt URI, normally Xen.
-
- --debug
- Emit debugging information on stderr. Please supply this if you
- report a bug.
-
- -h, --human-readable
- Display human-readable sizes (eg. 10GiB).
-
- -i, --inodes
- Display inode information.
-
- --help
- Display usage summary.
-
- -t diskimage
- Test mode. Instead of checking libvirt for domain information, this
- runs virt-df directly on the disk image (or device) supplied. You
- may specify the -t option multiple times.
-
- --version
- Display version and exit.
-
-SHORTCOMINGS
- virt-df spies on the guest's disk image to try to work out how much disk
- space it is actually using. There are some shortcomings to this,
- described here.
-
- (1) It does not work over remote connections. The storage API does not
- support peeking into remote disks, and libvirt has rejected a request to
- add this support.
-
- (2) It only understands a limited set of partition types. Assuming that
- the files and partitions that we get back from libvirt / Xen correspond
- to block devices in the guests, we can go some way towards manually
- parsing those partitions to find out what they contain. We can read the
- MBR, LVM, superblocks and so on. However that's a lot of parsing work,
- and currently there is no library which understands a wide range of
- partition schemes and filesystem types (not even libparted which doesn't
- support LVM yet). The Linux kernel does support that, but there's not
- really any good way to access that work.
-
- The current implementation uses a hand-coded parser which understands
- some simple formats (MBR, LVM2, ext2/3). In future we should use
- something like libparted.
-
- (3) The statistics you get are delayed. The real state of, for example,
- an ext2 filesystem is only stored in the memory of the guest's kernel.
- The ext2 superblock contains some meta-information about blocks used and
- free, but this superblock is not up to date. In fact the guest kernel
- may not update it even on a 'sync', not until the filesystem is
- unmounted. Some operations do appear to write the superblock, for
- example fsync(2) [that is my reading of the ext2/3 source code at
- least].
-
-SECURITY
- The current code tries hard to be secure against malicious guests, for
- example guests which set up malicious disk partitions.
-
-SEE ALSO
- df(1), virsh(1), xm(1), <http://www.libvirt.org/ocaml/>,
- <http://www.libvirt.org/>, <http://et.redhat.com/~rjones/>,
- <http://caml.inria.fr/>
-
-AUTHORS
- Richard W.M. Jones <rjones @ redhat . com>
-
-COPYRIGHT
- (C) Copyright 2007-2008 Red Hat Inc., Richard W.M. Jones
- http://libvirt.org/
-
- This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
- under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the
- Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your
- option) any later version.
-
- This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but
- WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
- MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General
- Public License for more details.
-
- You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along
- with this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc.,
- 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.
-
-REPORTING BUGS
- Bugs can be viewed on the Red Hat Bugzilla page:
- <https://bugzilla.redhat.com/>.
-
- If you find a bug in virt-df, please follow these steps to report it:
-
- 1. Check for existing bug reports
- Go to <https://bugzilla.redhat.com/> and search for similar bugs.
- Someone may already have reported the same bug, and they may even
- have fixed it.
-
- 2. Capture debug and error messages
- Run
-
- virt-df --debug > virt-df.log 2>&1
-
- and keep *virt-df.log*. It contains error messages which you should
- submit with your bug report.
-
- 3. Get version of virt-df and version of libvirt.
- Run
-
- virt-df --version
-
- 4. Submit a bug report.
- Go to <https://bugzilla.redhat.com/> and enter a new bug. Please
- describe the problem in as much detail as possible.
-
- Remember to include the version numbers (step 3) and the debug
- messages file (step 2).
-
- 5. Assign the bug to rjones @ redhat.com
- Assign or reassign the bug to rjones @ redhat.com (without the
- spaces). You can also send me an email with the bug number if you
- want a faster response.
-
diff --git a/virt-df/virt_df.ml b/virt-df/virt_df.ml
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-(* 'df' command for virtual domains.
- (C) Copyright 2007-2008 Richard W.M. Jones, Red Hat Inc.
- http://libvirt.org/
-
- This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
- it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
- the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
- (at your option) any later version.
-
- This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
- but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
- MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
- GNU General Public License for more details.
-
- You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
- along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
- Foundation, Inc., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.
- *)
-
-open Printf
-open ExtList
-open Unix
-
-open Virt_df_gettext.Gettext
-
-let ( +* ) = Int32.add
-let ( -* ) = Int32.sub
-let ( ** ) = Int32.mul
-let ( /* ) = Int32.div
-
-let ( +^ ) = Int64.add
-let ( -^ ) = Int64.sub
-let ( *^ ) = Int64.mul
-let ( /^ ) = Int64.div
-
-let debug = ref false
-let uri = ref None
-let inodes = ref false
-let human = ref false
-let all = ref false
-let test_files = ref []
-
-class virtual device =
-object (self)
- method virtual read : int64 -> int -> string
- method virtual size : int64
- method virtual name : string
-
- (* Helper method to read a chunk of data into a bitstring. *)
- method read_bitstring offset len =
- let str = self#read offset len in
- (str, 0, len * 8)
-end
-
-(* A concrete device which just direct-maps a file or /dev device. *)
-class block_device filename =
- let fd = openfile filename [ O_RDONLY ] 0 in
- let size = (LargeFile.fstat fd).LargeFile.st_size in
-object (self)
- inherit device
- method read offset len =
- ignore (LargeFile.lseek fd offset SEEK_SET);
- let str = String.make len '\000' in
- read fd str 0 len;
- str
- method size = size
- method name = filename
-end
-
-(* A linear offset/size from an underlying device. *)
-class offset_device name start size (dev : device) =
-object
- inherit device
- method name = name
- method size = size
- method read offset len =
- if offset < 0L || len < 0 || offset +^ Int64.of_int len > size then
- invalid_arg (
- sprintf "%s: tried to read outside device boundaries (%Ld/%d/%Ld)"
- name offset len size
- );
- dev#read (start+^offset) len
-end
-
-(* The null device. Any attempt to read generates an error. *)
-let null_device : device =
-object
- inherit device
- method read _ _ = assert false
- method size = 0L
- method name = "null"
-end
-
-type domain = {
- dom_name : string; (* Domain name. *)
- dom_id : int option; (* Domain ID (if running). *)
- dom_disks : disk list; (* Domain disks. *)
- dom_lv_filesystems :
- (lv * filesystem) list; (* Domain LV filesystems. *)
-}
-and disk = {
- (* From the XML ... *)
- d_type : string option; (* The <disk type=...> *)
- d_device : string; (* The <disk device=...> (eg "disk") *)
- d_source : string; (* The <source file=... or dev> *)
- d_target : string; (* The <target dev=...> (eg "hda") *)
-
- (* About the device itself. *)
- d_dev : device; (* Disk device. *)
- d_content : disk_content; (* What's on it. *)
-}
-and disk_content =
- [ `Unknown (* Not probed or unknown. *)
- | `Partitions of partitions (* Contains partitions. *)
- | `Filesystem of filesystem (* Contains a filesystem directly. *)
- | `PhysicalVolume of pv (* Contains an LVM PV. *)
- ]
-
-(* Partitions. *)
-
-and partitions = {
- parts_name : string; (* Name of partitioning scheme. *)
- parts : partition list (* Partitions. *)
-}
-and partition = {
- part_status : partition_status; (* Bootable, etc. *)
- part_type : int; (* Partition filesystem type. *)
- part_dev : device; (* Partition device. *)
- part_content : partition_content; (* What's on it. *)
-}
-and partition_status = Bootable | Nonbootable | Malformed | NullEntry
-and partition_content =
- [ `Unknown (* Not probed or unknown. *)
- | `Filesystem of filesystem (* Filesystem. *)
- | `PhysicalVolume of pv (* Contains an LVM PV. *)
- ]
-
-(* Filesystems (also swap devices). *)
-and filesystem = {
- fs_name : string; (* Name of filesystem. *)
- fs_block_size : int64; (* Block size (bytes). *)
- fs_blocks_total : int64; (* Total blocks. *)
- fs_is_swap : bool; (* If swap, following not valid. *)
- fs_blocks_reserved : int64; (* Blocks reserved for super-user. *)
- fs_blocks_avail : int64; (* Blocks free (available). *)
- fs_blocks_used : int64; (* Blocks in use. *)
- fs_inodes_total : int64; (* Total inodes. *)
- fs_inodes_reserved : int64; (* Inodes reserved for super-user. *)
- fs_inodes_avail : int64; (* Inodes free (available). *)
- fs_inodes_used : int64; (* Inodes in use. *)
-}
-
-(* Physical volumes. *)
-and pv = {
- lvm_plugin_id : lvm_plugin_id; (* The LVM plug-in. *)
- pv_uuid : string; (* UUID. *)
-}
-
-(* Logical volumes. *)
-and lv = {
- lv_dev : device; (* Logical volume device. *)
-}
-
-and lvm_plugin_id = string
-
-(* Convert partition, filesystem types to printable strings for debugging. *)
-let string_of_partition
- { part_status = status; part_type = typ; part_dev = dev } =
- sprintf "%s: %s partition type %d"
- dev#name
- (match status with
- | Bootable -> "bootable"
- | Nonbootable -> "nonbootable"
- | Malformed -> "malformed"
- | NullEntry -> "empty")
- typ
-
-let string_of_filesystem { fs_name = name; fs_is_swap = swap } =
- if not swap then name
- else name ^ " [swap]"
-
-(* Convert a UUID (containing '-' chars) to canonical form. *)
-let canonical_uuid uuid =
- let uuid' = String.make 32 ' ' in
- let j = ref 0 in
- for i = 0 to String.length uuid - 1 do
- if !j >= 32 then
- invalid_arg (sprintf (f_ "canonical_uuid: UUID is too long: %s") uuid);
- let c = uuid.[i] in
- if c <> '-' then ( uuid'.[!j] <- c; incr j )
- done;
- if !j <> 32 then
- invalid_arg (sprintf (f_ "canonical_uuid: invalid UUID: %s") uuid);
- uuid'
-
-(* Register a partition scheme. *)
-let partition_types = ref []
-let partition_type_register (parts_name : string) probe_fn =
- partition_types := (parts_name, probe_fn) :: !partition_types
-
-(* Probe a device for partitions. Returns [Some parts] or [None]. *)
-let probe_for_partitions dev =
- if !debug then eprintf "probing for partitions on %s ...\n%!" dev#name;
- let rec loop = function
- | [] -> None
- | (parts_name, probe_fn) :: rest ->
- try Some (probe_fn dev)
- with Not_found -> loop rest
- in
- let r = loop !partition_types in
- if !debug then (
- match r with
- | None -> eprintf "no partitions found on %s\n%!" dev#name
- | Some { parts_name = name; parts = parts } ->
- eprintf "found %d %s partitions on %s:\n"
- (List.length parts) name dev#name;
- List.iter (fun p -> eprintf "\t%s\n%!" (string_of_partition p)) parts
- );
- r
-
-(* Register a filesystem type (or swap). *)
-let filesystem_types = ref []
-let filesystem_type_register (fs_name : string) probe_fn =
- filesystem_types := (fs_name, probe_fn) :: !filesystem_types
-
-(* Probe a device for a filesystem. Returns [Some fs] or [None]. *)
-let probe_for_filesystem dev =
- if !debug then eprintf "probing for a filesystem on %s ...\n%!" dev#name;
- let rec loop = function
- | [] -> None
- | (fs_name, probe_fn) :: rest ->
- try Some (probe_fn dev)
- with Not_found -> loop rest
- in
- let r = loop !filesystem_types in
- if !debug then (
- match r with
- | None -> eprintf "no filesystem found on %s\n%!" dev#name
- | Some fs ->
- eprintf "found a filesystem on %s:\n" dev#name;
- eprintf "\t%s\n%!" (string_of_filesystem fs)
- );
- r
-
-(* Register a volume management type. *)
-let lvm_types = ref []
-let lvm_type_register (lvm_name : string) probe_fn list_lvs_fn =
- lvm_types := (lvm_name, (probe_fn, list_lvs_fn)) :: !lvm_types
-
-(* Probe a device for a PV. Returns [Some lvm_name] or [None]. *)
-let probe_for_pv dev =
- if !debug then eprintf "probing if %s is a PV ...\n%!" dev#name;
- let rec loop = function
- | [] -> None
- | (lvm_name, (probe_fn, _)) :: rest ->
- try Some (probe_fn lvm_name dev)
- with Not_found -> loop rest
- in
- let r = loop !lvm_types in
- if !debug then (
- match r with
- | None -> eprintf "no PV found on %s\n%!" dev#name
- | Some { lvm_plugin_id = name } ->
- eprintf "%s contains a %s PV\n%!" dev#name name
- );
- r
-
-let list_lvs lvm_name devs =
- let _, list_lvs_fn = List.assoc lvm_name !lvm_types in
- list_lvs_fn devs
-
-(*----------------------------------------------------------------------*)
-
-(* This version by Isaac Trotts. *)
-let group_by ?(cmp = Pervasives.compare) ls =
- let ls' =
- List.fold_left
- (fun acc (day1, x1) ->
- match acc with
- [] -> [day1, [x1]]
- | (day2, ls2) :: acctl ->
- if cmp day1 day2 = 0
- then (day1, x1 :: ls2) :: acctl
- else (day1, [x1]) :: acc)
- []
- ls
- in
- let ls' = List.rev ls' in
- List.map (fun (x, xs) -> x, List.rev xs) ls'
-
-let rec range a b =
- if a < b then a :: range (a+1) b
- else []
diff --git a/virt-df/virt_df.mli b/virt-df/virt_df.mli
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-(** 'df' command for virtual domains. *)
-(* (C) Copyright 2007-2008 Richard W.M. Jones, Red Hat Inc.
- http://libvirt.org/
-
- This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
- it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
- the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
- (at your option) any later version.
-
- This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
- but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
- MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
- GNU General Public License for more details.
-
- You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
- along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
- Foundation, Inc., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.
- *)
-
-(** This module (Virt_df) contains functions and values which are
- used throughout the plug-ins and main code.
-*)
-
-val ( +* ) : int32 -> int32 -> int32
-val ( -* ) : int32 -> int32 -> int32
-val ( ** ) : int32 -> int32 -> int32
-val ( /* ) : int32 -> int32 -> int32
-val ( +^ ) : int64 -> int64 -> int64
-val ( -^ ) : int64 -> int64 -> int64
-val ( *^ ) : int64 -> int64 -> int64
-val ( /^ ) : int64 -> int64 -> int64
-(** int32 and int64 infix operators for convenience. *)
-
-val debug : bool ref (** If true, emit debug info to stderr*)
-val uri : string option ref (** Hypervisor/libvirt URI. *)
-val inodes : bool ref (** Display inodes. *)
-val human : bool ref (** Display human-readable. *)
-val all : bool ref (** Show all or just active domains. *)
-val test_files : string list ref (** In test mode (-t) list of files. *)
-(** State of command line arguments. *)
-
-(**
- {2 Domain/device model}
-
- The "domain/device model" that we currently understand looks
- like this:
-
-{v
-domains
- |
- \--- host partitions / disk image files
- ||
- guest block devices
- |
- +--> guest partitions (eg. using MBR)
- | |
- \-(1)->+--- filesystems (eg. ext3)
- |
- \--- PVs for LVM
- |||
- VGs and LVs
-v}
-
- (1) Filesystems and PVs may also appear directly on guest
- block devices.
-
- Partition schemes (eg. MBR) and filesystems register themselves
- with this main module and they are queried first to get an idea
- of the physical devices, partitions and filesystems potentially
- available to the guest.
-
- Volume management schemes (eg. LVM2) register themselves here
- and are called later with "spare" physical devices and partitions
- to see if they contain LVM data. If this results in additional
- logical volumes then these are checked for filesystems.
-
- Swap space is considered to be a dumb filesystem for the purposes
- of this discussion.
-*)
-
-class virtual device :
- object
- method virtual name : string
- method virtual read : int64 -> int -> string
- method read_bitstring : int64 -> int -> string * int * int
- method virtual size : int64
- end
- (**
- A virtual (or physical!) device, encapsulating any translation
- that has to be done to access the device. eg. For partitions
- there is a simple offset, but for LVM you may need complicated
- table lookups.
-
- We keep the underlying file descriptors open for the duration
- of the program. There aren't likely to be many of them, and
- the program is short-lived, and it's easier than trying to
- track which device is using what fd. As a result, there is no
- need for any close/deallocation function.
-
- Note the very rare use of OOP in OCaml!
- *)
-
-class block_device : string ->
- object
- method name : string
- method read : int64 -> int -> string
- method read_bitstring : int64 -> int -> string * int * int
- method size : int64
- end
- (** A concrete device which just direct-maps a file or /dev device. *)
-
-class offset_device : string -> int64 -> int64 -> device ->
- object
- method name : string
- method read : int64 -> int -> string
- method read_bitstring : int64 -> int -> string * int * int
- method size : int64
- end
- (** A concrete device which maps a linear part of an underlying device.
-
- [new offset_device name start size dev] creates a new
- device which maps bytes from [start] to [start+size-1]
- of the underlying device [dev] (ie. in this device they
- appear as bytes [0] to [size-1]).
-
- Useful for things like partitions.
- *)
-
-val null_device : device
- (** The null device. Any attempt to read generates an error. *)
-
-type domain = {
- dom_name : string; (** Domain name. *)
- dom_id : int option; (** Domain ID (if running). *)
- dom_disks : disk list; (** Domain disks. *)
- dom_lv_filesystems :
- (lv * filesystem) list; (** Domain LV filesystems. *)
-}
-and disk = {
- d_type : string option; (** The <disk type=...> *)
- d_device : string; (** The <disk device=...> (eg "disk") *)
- d_source : string; (** The <source file=... or dev> *)
- d_target : string; (** The <target dev=...> (eg "hda") *)
- d_dev : device; (** Disk device. *)
- d_content : disk_content; (** What's on it. *)
-}
-and disk_content =
- [ `Filesystem of filesystem (** Contains a direct filesystem. *)
- | `Partitions of partitions (** Contains partitions. *)
- | `PhysicalVolume of pv (** Contains an LVM PV. *)
- | `Unknown (** Not probed or unknown. *)
- ]
-and partitions = {
- parts_name : string; (** Name of partitioning scheme. *)
- parts : partition list; (** Partitions. *)
-}
-and partition = {
- part_status : partition_status; (** Bootable, etc. *)
- part_type : int; (** Partition filesystem type. *)
- part_dev : device; (** Partition device. *)
- part_content : partition_content; (** What's on it. *)
-}
-and partition_status = Bootable | Nonbootable | Malformed | NullEntry
-and partition_content =
- [ `Filesystem of filesystem (** Filesystem. *)
- | `PhysicalVolume of pv (** Contains an LVM PV. *)
- | `Unknown (** Not probed or unknown. *)
- ]
-and filesystem = {
- fs_name : string; (** Name of filesystem. *)
- fs_block_size : int64; (** Block size (bytes). *)
- fs_blocks_total : int64; (** Total blocks. *)
- fs_is_swap : bool; (** If swap, following not valid. *)
- fs_blocks_reserved : int64; (** Blocks reserved for super-user. *)
- fs_blocks_avail : int64; (** Blocks free (available). *)
- fs_blocks_used : int64; (** Blocks in use. *)
- fs_inodes_total : int64; (** Total inodes. *)
- fs_inodes_reserved : int64; (** Inodes reserved for super-user. *)
- fs_inodes_avail : int64; (** Inodes free (available). *)
- fs_inodes_used : int64; (** Inodes in use. *)
-}
-and pv = {
- lvm_plugin_id : lvm_plugin_id; (** The LVM plug-in which detected
- this. *)
- pv_uuid : string; (** UUID. *)
-}
-and lv = {
- lv_dev : device; (** Logical volume device. *)
-}
-
-and lvm_plugin_id
-
-val string_of_partition : partition -> string
-val string_of_filesystem : filesystem -> string
-(** Convert a partition or filesystem struct to a string (for debugging). *)
-
-val canonical_uuid : string -> string
-(** Convert a UUID which may contain '-' characters to canonical form. *)
-
-(** {2 Plug-in registration functions} *)
-
-val partition_type_register : string -> (device -> partitions) -> unit
-(** Register a partition probing plug-in. *)
-
-val probe_for_partitions : device -> partitions option
-(** Do a partition probe on a device. Returns [Some partitions] or [None]. *)
-
-val filesystem_type_register : string -> (device -> filesystem) -> unit
-(** Register a filesystem probing plug-in. *)
-
-val probe_for_filesystem : device -> filesystem option
-(** Do a filesystem probe on a device. Returns [Some filesystem] or [None]. *)
-
-val lvm_type_register :
- string -> (lvm_plugin_id -> device -> pv) -> (device list -> lv list) -> unit
-(** [lvm_type_register lvm_name probe_fn list_lvs_fn]
- registers a new LVM type. [probe_fn] is a function which
- should probe a device to find out if it contains a PV.
- [list_lvs_fn] is a function which should take a list of
- devices (PVs) and construct a list of LV devices.
-*)
-
-val probe_for_pv : device -> pv option
-(** Do a PV probe on a device. Returns [Some pv] or [None]. *)
-
-val list_lvs : lvm_plugin_id -> device list -> lv list
-(** Construct LV devices from a list of PVs. *)
-
-(** {2 Utility functions} *)
-
-val group_by : ?cmp:('a -> 'a -> int) -> ('a * 'b) list -> ('a * 'b list) list
-(** Group a sorted list of pairs by the first element of the pair. *)
-
-val range : int -> int -> int list
-(** [range a b] returns the list of integers [a <= i < b].
- If [a >= b] then the empty list is returned.
-*)
diff --git a/virt-df/virt_df_ext2.ml b/virt-df/virt_df_ext2.ml
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-(* 'df' command for virtual domains.
- (C) Copyright 2007 Richard W.M. Jones, Red Hat Inc.
- http://libvirt.org/
-
- This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
- it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
- the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
- (at your option) any later version.
-
- This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
- but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
- MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
- GNU General Public License for more details.
-
- You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
- along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
- Foundation, Inc., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.
-
- Support for EXT2/EXT3 filesystems.
-*)
-
-open Unix
-open Printf
-
-open Virt_df_gettext.Gettext
-open Virt_df
-
-let superblock_offset = 1024L
-
-let probe_ext2 dev =
- (* Load the superblock. *)
- let bits = dev#read_bitstring superblock_offset 1024 in
-
- (* The structure is straight from /usr/include/linux/ext3_fs.h *)
- bitmatch bits with
- | s_inodes_count : 32 : littleendian; (* Inodes count *)
- s_blocks_count : 32 : littleendian; (* Blocks count *)
- s_r_blocks_count : 32 : littleendian; (* Reserved blocks count *)
- s_free_blocks_count : 32 : littleendian; (* Free blocks count *)
- s_free_inodes_count : 32 : littleendian; (* Free inodes count *)
- s_first_data_block : 32 : littleendian; (* First Data Block *)
- s_log_block_size : 32 : littleendian; (* Block size *)
- s_log_frag_size : 32 : littleendian; (* Fragment size *)
- s_blocks_per_group : 32 : littleendian; (* # Blocks per group *)
- s_frags_per_group : 32 : littleendian; (* # Fragments per group *)
- s_inodes_per_group : 32 : littleendian; (* # Inodes per group *)
- s_mtime : 32 : littleendian; (* Mount time *)
- s_wtime : 32 : littleendian; (* Write time *)
- s_mnt_count : 16 : littleendian; (* Mount count *)
- s_max_mnt_count : 16 : littleendian; (* Maximal mount count *)
- 0xef53 : 16 : littleendian; (* Magic signature *)
- s_state : 16 : littleendian; (* File system state *)
- s_errors : 16 : littleendian; (* Behaviour when detecting errors *)
- s_minor_rev_level : 16 : littleendian; (* minor revision level *)
- s_lastcheck : 32 : littleendian; (* time of last check *)
- s_checkinterval : 32 : littleendian; (* max. time between checks *)
- s_creator_os : 32 : littleendian; (* OS *)
- s_rev_level : 32 : littleendian; (* Revision level *)
- s_def_resuid : 16 : littleendian; (* Default uid for reserved blocks *)
- s_def_resgid : 16 : littleendian; (* Default gid for reserved blocks *)
- s_first_ino : 32 : littleendian; (* First non-reserved inode *)
- s_inode_size : 16 : littleendian; (* size of inode structure *)
- s_block_group_nr : 16 : littleendian; (* block group # of this superblock *)
- s_feature_compat : 32 : littleendian; (* compatible feature set *)
- s_feature_incompat : 32 : littleendian; (* incompatible feature set *)
- s_feature_ro_compat : 32 : littleendian; (* readonly-compatible feature set *)
- s_uuid : 128 : bitstring; (* 128-bit uuid for volume *)
- s_volume_name : 128 : bitstring; (* volume name XXX string *)
- s_last_mounted : 512 : bitstring; (* directory where last mounted XXX string *)
- s_algorithm_usage_bitmap : 32 : littleendian; (* For compression *)
- s_prealloc_blocks : 8; (* Nr of blocks to try to preallocate*)
- s_prealloc_dir_blocks : 8; (* Nr to preallocate for dirs *)
- s_reserved_gdt_blocks : 16 : littleendian; (* Per group desc for online growth *)
- s_journal_uuid : 128 : bitstring; (* uuid of journal superblock *)
- s_journal_inum : 32 : littleendian; (* inode number of journal file *)
- s_journal_dev : 32 : littleendian; (* device number of journal file *)
- s_last_orphan : 32 : littleendian; (* start of list of inodes to delete *)
- s_hash_seed0 : 32 : littleendian; (* HTREE hash seed *)
- s_hash_seed1 : 32 : littleendian;
- s_hash_seed2 : 32 : littleendian;
- s_hash_seed3 : 32 : littleendian;
- s_def_hash_version : 8; (* Default hash version to use *)
- s_reserved_char_pad : 8;
- s_reserved_word_pad : 16 : littleendian;
- s_default_mount_opts : 32 : littleendian;
- s_first_meta_bg : 32 : littleendian; (* First metablock block group *)
- s_reserved : 6080 : bitstring -> (* Padding to the end of the block *)
-
- (* Work out the block size in bytes. *)
- let s_log_block_size = Int32.to_int s_log_block_size in
- let block_size = 1024L in
- let block_size = Int64.shift_left block_size s_log_block_size in
-
- (* Number of groups. *)
- let s_groups_count =
- Int64.of_int32 (
- (s_blocks_count -* s_first_data_block -* 1l)
- /* s_blocks_per_group +* 1l
- ) in
-
-(*
- (* Number of group descriptors per block. *)
- let s_inodes_per_block = s_blocksize /
- let s_desc_per_block = block_size / s_inodes_per_block in
- let db_count =
- (s_groups_count +^ s_desc_per_block -^ 1L)
- /^ s_desc_per_block
-*)
-
- (* Calculate the block overhead (used by superblocks, inodes, etc.)
- * See fs/ext2/super.c.
- *)
- let overhead = Int64.of_int32 s_first_data_block in
- let overhead = (* XXX *) overhead in
-
- {
- fs_name = s_ "Linux ext2/3";
- fs_block_size = block_size;
- fs_blocks_total = Int64.of_int32 s_blocks_count -^ overhead;
- fs_is_swap = false;
- fs_blocks_reserved = Int64.of_int32 s_r_blocks_count;
- fs_blocks_avail = Int64.of_int32 s_free_blocks_count;
- fs_blocks_used =
- Int64.of_int32 s_blocks_count -^ overhead
- -^ Int64.of_int32 s_free_blocks_count;
- fs_inodes_total = Int64.of_int32 s_inodes_count;
- fs_inodes_reserved = 0L; (* XXX? *)
- fs_inodes_avail = Int64.of_int32 s_free_inodes_count;
- fs_inodes_used = Int64.of_int32 s_inodes_count
- (*-^ 0L*)
- -^ Int64.of_int32 s_free_inodes_count;
- }
-
- | _ ->
- raise Not_found (* Not an EXT2/3 superblock. *)
-
-(* Register with main code. *)
-let () = filesystem_type_register "ext2" probe_ext2
diff --git a/virt-df/virt_df_ext2.mli b/virt-df/virt_df_ext2.mli
deleted file mode 100644
index d32a0f8..0000000
--- a/virt-df/virt_df_ext2.mli
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,22 +0,0 @@
-(* 'df' command for virtual domains.
- (C) Copyright 2007-2008 Richard W.M. Jones, Red Hat Inc.
- http://libvirt.org/
-
- This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
- it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
- the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
- (at your option) any later version.
-
- This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
- but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
- MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
- GNU General Public License for more details.
-
- You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
- along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
- Foundation, Inc., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.
- *)
-
-(* This file is empty to stop this plug-in from exporting any
- symbols to other modules by accident.
-*)
diff --git a/virt-df/virt_df_linux_swap.ml b/virt-df/virt_df_linux_swap.ml
deleted file mode 100644
index afd671f..0000000
--- a/virt-df/virt_df_linux_swap.ml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,54 +0,0 @@
-(* 'df' command for virtual domains.
-
- (C) Copyright 2007 Richard W.M. Jones, Red Hat Inc.
- http://libvirt.org/
-
- This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
- it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
- the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
- (at your option) any later version.
-
- This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
- but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
- MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
- GNU General Public License for more details.
-
- You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
- along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
- Foundation, Inc., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.
-
- Support for Linux swap partitions.
-*)
-
-open Virt_df_gettext.Gettext
-open Virt_df
-
-let probe_swap dev =
- (* Load the "superblock" (ie. first 0x1000 bytes). *)
- let bits = dev#read_bitstring 0L 0x1000 in
-
- bitmatch bits with
- (* Actually this isn't just padding. *)
- | padding : 8*0x1000 - 10*8 : bitstring;
- magic : 10*8 : bitstring
- when Bitmatch.string_of_bitstring magic = "SWAPSPACE2" ->
- {
- fs_name = s_ "Linux swap";
- fs_block_size = 4096L; (* XXX *)
- fs_blocks_total = dev#size /^ 4096L;
-
- (* The remaining fields are ignored when fs_is_swap is true. *)
- fs_is_swap = true;
- fs_blocks_reserved = 0L;
- fs_blocks_avail = 0L;
- fs_blocks_used = 0L;
- fs_inodes_total = 0L;
- fs_inodes_reserved = 0L;
- fs_inodes_avail = 0L;
- fs_inodes_used = 0L;
- }
- | _ ->
- raise Not_found (* Not Linux swapspace. *)
-
-(* Register with main code. *)
-let () = filesystem_type_register "linux_swap" probe_swap
diff --git a/virt-df/virt_df_linux_swap.mli b/virt-df/virt_df_linux_swap.mli
deleted file mode 100644
index d32a0f8..0000000
--- a/virt-df/virt_df_linux_swap.mli
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,22 +0,0 @@
-(* 'df' command for virtual domains.
- (C) Copyright 2007-2008 Richard W.M. Jones, Red Hat Inc.
- http://libvirt.org/
-
- This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
- it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
- the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
- (at your option) any later version.
-
- This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
- but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
- MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
- GNU General Public License for more details.
-
- You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
- along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
- Foundation, Inc., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.
- *)
-
-(* This file is empty to stop this plug-in from exporting any
- symbols to other modules by accident.
-*)
diff --git a/virt-df/virt_df_lvm2.ml b/virt-df/virt_df_lvm2.ml
deleted file mode 100644
index 6a8f573..0000000
--- a/virt-df/virt_df_lvm2.ml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,432 +0,0 @@
-(* 'df' command for virtual domains.
-
- (C) Copyright 2007 Richard W.M. Jones, Red Hat Inc.
- http://libvirt.org/
-
- This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
- it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
- the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
- (at your option) any later version.
-
- This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
- but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
- MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
- GNU General Public License for more details.
-
- You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
- along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
- Foundation, Inc., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.
-
- Support for LVM2 PVs.
-*)
-
-open Printf
-open ExtList
-
-open Virt_df_gettext.Gettext
-open Virt_df
-
-open Virt_df_lvm2_metadata
-
-let plugin_name = "LVM2"
-
-let sector_size = 512
-let sector_size64 = 512L
-
-(*----------------------------------------------------------------------*)
-(* Block device which can do linear maps, same as the kernel dm-linear.c *)
-class linear_map_device name extent_size segments =
- (* The segments are passed containing (start_extent, extent_count, ...)
- * but it's easier to deal with (start_extent, end_extent, ...) so
- * rewrite them.
- *)
- let segments = List.map
- (fun (start_extent, extent_count, dev, pvoffset) ->
- (start_extent, start_extent +^ extent_count, dev, pvoffset)
- ) segments in
-
- (* Calculate the size of the device (in bytes). Note that because
- * of the random nature of the mapping this doesn't imply that we can
- * satisfy any read request up to the full size.
- *)
- let size_in_extents =
- List.fold_left max 0L
- (List.map (fun (_, end_extent, _, _) -> end_extent) segments) in
- let size = size_in_extents *^ extent_size in
-object
- inherit device
- method name = name
- method size = size
-
- (* Read method checks which segment the request lies inside and
- * maps it to the underlying device. If there is no mapping then
- * we have to return an error.
- *
- * The request must lie inside a single extent, otherwise this is
- * also an error (XXX - should lift this restriction, however default
- * extent size is 4 MB so we probably won't hit this very often).
- *)
- method read offset len =
- let offset_in_extents = offset /^ extent_size in
-
- (* Check we don't cross an extent boundary. *)
- if (offset +^ Int64.of_int (len-1)) /^ extent_size <> offset_in_extents
- then invalid_arg "linear_map_device: request crosses extent boundary";
-
- if offset_in_extents < 0L || offset_in_extents >= size_in_extents then
- invalid_arg "linear_map_device: read outside device";
-
- let rec loop = function
- | [] ->
- invalid_arg "linear_map_device: offset not mapped"
- | (start_extent, end_extent, dev, pvoffset) :: rest ->
- eprintf "pvoffset = %Ld\n" pvoffset;
- if start_extent <= offset_in_extents &&
- offset_in_extents < end_extent
- then dev#read (offset +^ pvoffset *^ extent_size) len
- else loop rest
- in
- loop segments
-end
-
-(*----------------------------------------------------------------------*)
-(* Probe to see if it's an LVM2 PV. *)
-let rec probe_pv lvm_plugin_id dev =
- try
- let uuid, _ = read_pv_label dev in
- if !debug then
- eprintf "LVM2 detected PV UUID %s\n%!" uuid;
- { lvm_plugin_id = lvm_plugin_id; pv_uuid = uuid }
- with exn ->
- if !debug then prerr_endline (Printexc.to_string exn);
- raise Not_found
-
-and read_pv_label dev =
- (* Load the first 8 sectors. I found by experimentation that
- * the second sector contains the header ("LABELONE" etc) and
- * the nineth sector contains some additional information about
- * the location of the current metadata.
- *)
- let bits = dev#read_bitstring 0L (9 * sector_size) in
-
- (*Bitmatch.hexdump_bitstring stdout bits;*)
-
- bitmatch bits with
- | sector0 : sector_size*8 : bitstring; (* sector 0 *)
- labelone : 8*8 : bitstring; (* "LABELONE" *)
- padding : 16*8 : bitstring; (* Seems to contain something. *)
- lvm2_ver : 8*8 : bitstring; (* "LVM2 001" *)
- uuid : 32*8 : bitstring; (* UUID *)
- padding2 : (sector_size-64)*8 : bitstring; (* to end of second sector *)
- sector234567 : sector_size*8 * 6 : bitstring; (* sectors 2-6 *)
- padding3 : 0x28*8 : bitstring; (* start of sector 8 *)
- metadata_offset : 32 : littleendian;(* metadata offset *)
- padding4 : 4*8 : bitstring;
- metadata_length : 32 : littleendian (* length of metadata (bytes) *)
- when Bitmatch.string_of_bitstring labelone = "LABELONE" &&
- Bitmatch.string_of_bitstring lvm2_ver = "LVM2 001" ->
-
- (* Metadata offset is relative to end of PV label. *)
- let metadata_offset = metadata_offset +* 0x1000_l in
- (* Metadata length appears to include the trailing \000 which
- * we don't want.
- *)
- let metadata_length = metadata_length -* 1_l in
-
- let metadata = read_metadata dev metadata_offset metadata_length in
-
- let uuid = Bitmatch.string_of_bitstring uuid in
-
- uuid, metadata
-
- | _ ->
- invalid_arg
- (sprintf "LVM2: read_pv_label: %s: not an LVM2 physical volume" dev#name)
-
-and read_metadata dev offset32 len32 =
- if !debug then
- eprintf "metadata: offset 0x%lx len %ld bytes\n%!" offset32 len32;
-
- (* Check the offset and length are sensible. *)
- let offset64 =
- if offset32 <= Int32.max_int then Int64.of_int32 offset32
- else invalid_arg "LVM2: read_metadata: metadata offset too large" in
- let len64 =
- if len32 <= 2_147_483_647_l then Int64.of_int32 len32
- else invalid_arg "LVM2: read_metadata: metadata length too large" in
-
- if offset64 <= 0x1200L || offset64 >= dev#size
- || len64 <= 0L || offset64 +^ len64 >= dev#size then
- invalid_arg "LVM2: read_metadata: bad metadata offset or length";
-
- (* If it is outside the disk boundaries, this will throw an exception,
- * otherwise it will read and return the metadata string.
- *)
- dev#read offset64 (Int64.to_int len64)
-
-(*----------------------------------------------------------------------*)
-(* We are passed a list of devices which we previously identified
- * as PVs belonging to us. From these produce a list of all LVs
- * (as devices) and return them. Note that we don't try to detect
- * what is on these LVs - that will be done in the main code.
- *)
-let rec list_lvs devs =
- (* Read the UUID and metadata (again) from each device to end up with
- * an assoc list of PVs, keyed on the UUID.
- *)
- let pvs = List.map (
- fun dev ->
- let uuid, metadata = read_pv_label dev in
- (uuid, (metadata, dev))
- ) devs in
-
- (* Parse the metadata using the external lexer/parser. *)
- let pvs = List.map (
- fun (uuid, (metadata, dev)) ->
- uuid, (Virt_df_lvm2_lexer.parse_lvm2_metadata_from_string metadata,
- dev)
- ) pvs in
-
- (* Print the parsed metadata. *)
- if !debug then
- List.iter (
- fun (uuid, (metadata, dev)) ->
- eprintf "metadata for PV UUID %s on %s:\n" uuid dev#name;
- output_metadata stderr metadata
- ) pvs;
-
- (* Scan for volume groups. The first entry in the metadata
- * appears to be the volume group name. This gives us a
- * list of VGs and the metadata for each underlying PV.
- *)
- let vgnames =
- List.filter_map (
- function
- | pvuuid, (((vgname, Metadata vgmeta) :: _), dev) ->
- Some (vgname, (pvuuid, vgmeta))
- | _ -> None
- ) pvs in
-
- let cmp ((a:string),_) ((b:string),_) = compare a b in
- let vgnames = List.sort ~cmp vgnames in
- let vgs = group_by vgnames in
-
- (* Note that the metadata is supposed to be duplicated
- * identically across all PVs (for redundancy purposes).
- * In theory we should check this and use the 'seqno'
- * field to find the latest metadata if it doesn't match,
- * but in fact we don't check this.
- *)
- let vgs = List.map (
- fun (vgname, metas) ->
- let pvuuids = List.map fst metas in
- let _, vgmeta = List.hd metas in (* just pick any metadata *)
- vgname, (pvuuids, vgmeta)) vgs in
-
- (* Print the VGs. *)
- if !debug then
- List.iter (
- fun (vgname, (pvuuids, vgmeta)) ->
- eprintf "VG %s is on PVs: %s\n%!" vgname (String.concat "," pvuuids)
- ) vgs;
-
- (* Some useful getter functions. If these can't get a value
- * from the metadata or if the type is wrong they raise Not_found.
- *)
- let rec get_int64 field meta =
- match List.assoc field meta with
- | Int i -> i
- | _ -> raise Not_found
- and get_int field meta min max =
- match List.assoc field meta with
- | Int i when Int64.of_int min <= i && i <= Int64.of_int max ->
- Int64.to_int i
- | _ -> raise Not_found
- and get_string field meta =
- match List.assoc field meta with
- | String s -> s
- | _ -> raise Not_found
- and get_meta field meta =
- match List.assoc field meta with
- | Metadata md -> md
- | _ -> raise Not_found
- and get_stripes field meta = (* List of (string,int) pairs. *)
- match List.assoc field meta with
- | List xs ->
- let rec loop = function
- | [] -> []
- | String pvname :: Int offset :: xs ->
- (pvname, offset) :: loop xs
- | _ -> raise Not_found
- in
- loop xs
- | _ -> raise Not_found
- in
-
- (* The volume groups refer to the physical volumes using their
- * own naming system ("pv0", "pv1", etc.) instead of PV UUIDs.
- *
- * Each PV also has a start (in sectors) & count (in extents)
- * of the writable area (the bit after the superblock and metadata)
- * which normally starts at sector 384.
- *
- * Create a PV device (simple offset + size) and a map from PV
- * names to these devices.
- *)
- let vgs = List.map (
- fun (vgname, (pvuuids, vgmeta)) ->
- let pvdevs, extent_size =
- try
- (* NB: extent_size is in sectors here - we convert to bytes. *)
- let extent_size = get_int "extent_size" vgmeta 0 (1024*1024) in
- let extent_size = Int64.of_int extent_size *^ sector_size64 in
-
- (* Get the physical_volumes section of the metadata. *)
- let pvdevs = get_meta "physical_volumes" vgmeta in
-
- List.filter_map (
- function
- | (pvname, Metadata meta) ->
- (* Get the UUID. *)
- let pvuuid = get_string "id" meta in
- let pvuuid = canonical_uuid pvuuid in
-
- (* Get the underlying physical device. *)
- let _, dev = List.assoc pvuuid pvs in
-
- (* Construct a PV device. *)
- let pe_start = get_int64 "pe_start" meta in
- let pe_start = pe_start *^ sector_size64 in
- let pe_count = get_int64 "pe_count" meta in
- let pe_count = pe_count *^ extent_size in
- let pvdev = new offset_device pvuuid pe_start pe_count dev in
-
- Some (pvname, pvdev)
- | _ ->
- None
- ) pvdevs, extent_size
- with
- (* Something went wrong - just return an empty map. *)
- Not_found -> [], 0L in
- (vgname, (pvuuids, vgmeta, pvdevs, extent_size))
- ) vgs in
-
- (* Scan for logical volumes. Each VG contains several LVs.
- * This gives us a list of LVs within each VG (hence extends
- * the vgs variable).
- *)
- let vgs = List.map (
- fun (vgname, (pvuuids, vgmeta, pvdevs, extent_size)) ->
- let lvs =
- try
- let lvs = get_meta "logical_volumes" vgmeta in
- let lvs = List.filter_map (
- function
- | lvname, Metadata lvmeta ->
- (try
- let segment_count = get_int "segment_count" lvmeta 0 1024 in
-
- (* Get the segments for this LV. *)
- let segments = range 1 (segment_count+1) in
- let segments =
- List.map
- (fun i -> get_meta ("segment" ^ string_of_int i) lvmeta)
- segments in
-
- let segments =
- List.map (
- fun segmeta ->
- let start_extent =
- get_int64 "start_extent" segmeta in
- let extent_count =
- get_int64 "extent_count" segmeta in
- let segtype = get_string "type" segmeta in
-
- (* Can only handle striped segments at the
- * moment. XXX
- *)
- if segtype <> "striped" then raise Not_found;
-
- let stripe_count =
- get_int "stripe_count" segmeta 0 1024 in
- let stripes = get_stripes "stripes" segmeta in
-
- if List.length stripes <> stripe_count then
- raise Not_found;
-
- (* Can only handle linear striped segments at
- * the moment. XXX
- *)
- if stripe_count <> 1 then raise Not_found;
- let pvname, pvoffset = List.hd stripes in
-
- (start_extent, extent_count, pvname, pvoffset)
- ) segments in
-
- Some (lvname, segments)
- with
- (* Something went wrong with segments - omit this LV. *)
- Not_found -> None)
- | _ -> None
- ) lvs in
-
- lvs
- with
- Not_found ->
- (* Something went wrong - assume no LVs found. *)
- [] in
- (vgname, (pvuuids, vgmeta, pvdevs, extent_size, lvs))
- ) vgs in
-
- (* Print the LVs. *)
- if !debug then (
- List.iter (
- fun (vgname, (pvuuids, vgmeta, pvdevs, extent_size, lvs)) ->
- eprintf "VG %s: (extent_size = %Ld bytes)\n" vgname extent_size;
- List.iter (
- fun (lvname, segments) ->
- eprintf " %s/%s:\n" vgname lvname;
- List.iter (
- fun (start_extent, extent_count, pvname, pvoffset) ->
- eprintf " start %Ld count %Ld at %s:%Ld\n"
- start_extent extent_count pvname pvoffset
- ) segments
- ) lvs
- ) vgs;
- flush stderr
- );
-
- (* Finally we can set up devices for the LVs. *)
- let lvs =
- List.map (
- fun (vgname, (pvuuid, vgmeta, pvdevs, extent_size, lvs)) ->
- try
- List.map (
- fun (lvname, segments) ->
- let name = vgname ^ "/" ^ lvname in
- let segments = List.map (
- fun (start_extent, extent_count, pvname, pvoffset) ->
- (* Get the PV device. *)
- let pvdev = List.assoc pvname pvdevs in
-
- (* Extents mapped to: *)
- (start_extent, extent_count, pvdev, pvoffset)
- ) segments in
-
- (* Create a linear mapping device. *)
- let lv_dev = new linear_map_device name extent_size segments in
-
- { lv_dev = lv_dev }
- ) lvs
- with
- Not_found -> []
- ) vgs in
- let lvs = List.concat lvs in
-
- (* Return the list of LV devices. *)
- lvs
-
-(*----------------------------------------------------------------------*)
-(* Register with main code. *)
-let () =
- lvm_type_register plugin_name probe_pv list_lvs
diff --git a/virt-df/virt_df_lvm2.mli b/virt-df/virt_df_lvm2.mli
deleted file mode 100644
index d32a0f8..0000000
--- a/virt-df/virt_df_lvm2.mli
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,22 +0,0 @@
-(* 'df' command for virtual domains.
- (C) Copyright 2007-2008 Richard W.M. Jones, Red Hat Inc.
- http://libvirt.org/
-
- This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
- it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
- the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
- (at your option) any later version.
-
- This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
- but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
- MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
- GNU General Public License for more details.
-
- You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
- along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
- Foundation, Inc., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.
- *)
-
-(* This file is empty to stop this plug-in from exporting any
- symbols to other modules by accident.
-*)
diff --git a/virt-df/virt_df_lvm2_lexer.mll b/virt-df/virt_df_lvm2_lexer.mll
deleted file mode 100644
index 2dbe7e5..0000000
--- a/virt-df/virt_df_lvm2_lexer.mll
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,165 +0,0 @@
-(* 'df' command for virtual domains.
- (C) Copyright 2007-2008 Richard W.M. Jones, Red Hat Inc.
- http://libvirt.org/
-
- This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
- it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
- the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
- (at your option) any later version.
-
- This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
- but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
- MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
- GNU General Public License for more details.
-
- You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
- along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
- Foundation, Inc., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.
- *)
-
-(* Scanner for LVM2 metadata.
- * ocamllex tutorial:
- * http://plus.kaist.ac.kr/~shoh/ocaml/ocamllex-ocamlyacc/ocamllex-tutorial/
- *)
-
-{
- open Printf
- open Lexing
-
- open Virt_df
- open Virt_df_lvm2_parser
-
- (* Temporary buffer used for parsing strings, etc. *)
- let tmp = Buffer.create 80
-
- exception Error of string
-}
-
-let digit = ['0'-'9']
-let alpha = ['a'-'z' 'A'-'Z']
-let alphau = ['a'-'z' 'A'-'Z' '_']
-let alnum = ['a'-'z' 'A'-'Z' '0'-'9']
-let alnumu = ['a'-'z' 'A'-'Z' '0'-'9' '_']
-let ident = alphau alnumu*
-
-let whitespace = [' ' '\t' '\r' '\n']+
-
-let escaped_char = '\\' _
-
-rule token = parse
- (* ignore whitespace and comments *)
- | whitespace
- | '#' [^ '\n']*
- { token lexbuf }
-
- (* scan single character tokens *)
- | '{' { LBRACE }
- | '}' { RBRACE }
- | '[' { LSQUARE }
- | ']' { RSQUARE }
- | '=' { EQ }
- | ',' { COMMA }
-
- (* strings - see LVM2/lib/config/config.c *)
- | '"'
- {
- Buffer.reset tmp;
- STRING (dq_string lexbuf)
- }
- | '\''
- {
- Buffer.reset tmp;
- STRING (dq_string lexbuf)
- }
-
- (* floats *)
- | ('-'? digit+ '.' digit*) as f
- {
- let f = float_of_string f in
- FLOAT f
- }
-
- (* integers *)
- | ('-'? digit+) as i
- {
- let i = Int64.of_string i in
- INT i
- }
-
- (* identifiers *)
- | ident as id
- { IDENT id }
-
- (* end of file *)
- | eof
- { EOF }
-
- | _ as c
- { raise (Error (sprintf "%c: invalid character in input" c)) }
-
-and dq_string = parse
- | '"'
- { Buffer.contents tmp }
- | escaped_char as str
- { Buffer.add_char tmp str.[1]; dq_string lexbuf }
- | eof
- { raise (Error "unterminated string in metadata") }
- | _ as c
- { Buffer.add_char tmp c; dq_string lexbuf }
-
-and q_string = parse
- | '\''
- { Buffer.contents tmp }
- | escaped_char as str
- { Buffer.add_char tmp str.[1]; q_string lexbuf }
- | eof
- { raise (Error "unterminated string in metadata") }
- | _ as c
- { Buffer.add_char tmp c; q_string lexbuf }
-
-{
- (* Demonstration of how to wrap the token function
- with extra debugging statements:
- let token lexbuf =
- try
- let r = token lexbuf in
- if debug then
- eprintf "Lexer: token returned is %s\n"
- (match r with
- | LBRACE -> "LBRACE"
- | RBRACE -> "RBRACE"
- | LSQUARE -> "LSQUARE"
- | RSQUARE -> "RSQUARE"
- | EQ -> "EQ"
- | COMMA -> "COMMA"
- | STRING s -> sprintf "STRING(%S)" s
- | INT i -> sprintf "INT(%Ld)" i
- | FLOAT f -> sprintf "FLOAT(%g)" f
- | IDENT s -> sprintf "IDENT(%s)" s
- | EOF -> "EOF");
- r
- with
- exn ->
- prerr_endline (Printexc.to_string exn);
- raise exn
- *)
-
- (* Lex and parse input.
- *
- * Return the parsed metadata structure if everything went to plan.
- * Raises [Error msg] if there was some parsing problem.
- *)
- let rec parse_lvm2_metadata_from_string str =
- let lexbuf = Lexing.from_string str in
- parse_lvm2_metadata lexbuf
- and parse_lvm2_metadata_from_channel chan =
- let lexbuf = Lexing.from_channel chan in
- parse_lvm2_metadata lexbuf
- and parse_lvm2_metadata lexbuf =
- try
- input token lexbuf
- with
- | Error _ as exn -> raise exn
- | Parsing.Parse_error -> raise (Error "Parse error")
- | exn -> raise (Error ("Exception: " ^ Printexc.to_string exn))
-}
diff --git a/virt-df/virt_df_lvm2_metadata.ml b/virt-df/virt_df_lvm2_metadata.ml
deleted file mode 100644
index c5e3f90..0000000
--- a/virt-df/virt_df_lvm2_metadata.ml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,65 +0,0 @@
-(* 'df' command for virtual domains.
- (C) Copyright 2007-2008 Richard W.M. Jones, Red Hat Inc.
- http://libvirt.org/
-
- This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
- it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
- the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
- (at your option) any later version.
-
- This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
- but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
- MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
- GNU General Public License for more details.
-
- You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
- along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
- Foundation, Inc., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.
- *)
-
-(* Part of the parser for LVM2 metadata. *)
-
-type metadata = metastmt list
-
-and metastmt = string * metavalue
-
-and metavalue =
- | Metadata of metadata (* name { ... } *)
- | String of string (* name = "..." *)
- | Int of int64
- | Float of float
- | List of metavalue list (* name = [...] *)
-
-let rec output_metadata chan md =
- _output_metadata chan "" md
-
-and _output_metadata chan prefix = function
- | [] -> ()
- | (name, value) :: rest ->
- output_string chan prefix;
- output_string chan name;
- output_string chan " = ";
- output_metavalue chan prefix value;
- output_string chan "\n";
- _output_metadata chan prefix rest
-
-and output_metavalue chan prefix = function
- | Metadata md ->
- output_string chan "{\n";
- _output_metadata chan (prefix ^ " ") md;
- output_string chan prefix;
- output_string chan "}";
- | String str ->
- output_char chan '"';
- output_string chan str;
- output_char chan '"';
- | Int i ->
- output_string chan (Int64.to_string i)
- | Float f ->
- output_string chan (string_of_float f)
- | List [] -> ()
- | List [x] -> output_metavalue chan prefix x
- | List (x :: xs) ->
- output_metavalue chan prefix x;
- output_string chan ", ";
- output_metavalue chan prefix (List xs)
diff --git a/virt-df/virt_df_lvm2_metadata.mli b/virt-df/virt_df_lvm2_metadata.mli
deleted file mode 100644
index 778f393..0000000
--- a/virt-df/virt_df_lvm2_metadata.mli
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,38 +0,0 @@
-(* 'df' command for virtual domains.
- (C) Copyright 2007-2008 Richard W.M. Jones, Red Hat Inc.
- http://libvirt.org/
-
- This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
- it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
- the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
- (at your option) any later version.
-
- This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
- but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
- MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
- GNU General Public License for more details.
-
- You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
- along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
- Foundation, Inc., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.
- *)
-
-(* Part of the parser for LVM2 metadata. *)
-
-type metadata = metastmt list
-
-and metastmt = string * metavalue
-
-and metavalue =
- | Metadata of metadata (* name { ... } *)
- | String of string (* name = "..." *)
- | Int of int64
- | Float of float
- | List of metavalue list (* name = [...] *)
-
-val output_metadata : out_channel -> metadata -> unit
-(** This function prints out the metadata on the selected channel.
-
- The output format isn't particularly close to the input
- format. This is just for debugging purposes.
-*)
diff --git a/virt-df/virt_df_lvm2_parser.mly b/virt-df/virt_df_lvm2_parser.mly
deleted file mode 100644
index c4ee574..0000000
--- a/virt-df/virt_df_lvm2_parser.mly
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,70 +0,0 @@
-/* 'df' command for virtual domains. -*- text -*-
- (C) Copyright 2007-2008 Richard W.M. Jones, Red Hat Inc.
- http://libvirt.org/
-
- This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
- it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
- the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
- (at your option) any later version.
-
- This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
- but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
- MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
- GNU General Public License for more details.
-
- You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
- along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
- Foundation, Inc., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.
- */
-
-/* Parser for LVM2 metadata.
- ocamlyacc tutorial:
- http://plus.kaist.ac.kr/~shoh/ocaml/ocamllex-ocamlyacc/ocamlyacc-tutorial/
- */
-
-%{
- open Virt_df_lvm2_metadata
-%}
-
-%token LBRACE RBRACE /* { } */
-%token LSQUARE RSQUARE /* [ ] */
-%token EQ /* = */
-%token COMMA /* , */
-%token <string> STRING /* "string" */
-%token <int64> INT /* an integer */
-%token <float> FLOAT /* a float */
-%token <string> IDENT /* a naked keyword/identifier */
-%token EOF /* end of file */
-
-%start input
-%type <Virt_df_lvm2_metadata.metadata> input
-
-%%
-
-input : lines EOF { List.rev $1 }
- ;
-
-lines : /* empty */ { [] }
- | lines line { $2 :: $1 }
- ;
-
-line : /* empty */ /* These dummy entries get removed after parsing. */
- { ("", String "") }
- | IDENT EQ value
- { ($1, $3) }
- | IDENT LBRACE lines RBRACE
- { ($1, Metadata (List.rev $3)) }
- ;
-
-value : STRING { String $1 }
- | INT { Int $1 }
- | FLOAT { Float $1 }
- | LSQUARE list RSQUARE
- { List (List.rev $2) }
- ;
-
-list : /* empty */ { [] }
- | value { [$1] }
- | list COMMA value
- { $3 :: $1 }
- ;
diff --git a/virt-df/virt_df_main.ml b/virt-df/virt_df_main.ml
deleted file mode 100644
index 65d1f2f..0000000
--- a/virt-df/virt_df_main.ml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,488 +0,0 @@
-(* 'df' command for virtual domains.
- (C) Copyright 2007 Richard W.M. Jones, Red Hat Inc.
- http://libvirt.org/
-
- This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
- it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
- the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
- (at your option) any later version.
-
- This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
- but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
- MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
- GNU General Public License for more details.
-
- You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
- along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
- Foundation, Inc., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.
- *)
-
-open Printf
-open ExtList
-open Unix
-
-module C = Libvirt.Connect
-module D = Libvirt.Domain
-
-open Virt_df_gettext.Gettext
-open Virt_df
-
-let () =
- (* Command line argument parsing. *)
- let set_uri = function "" -> uri := None | u -> uri := Some u in
-
- let version () =
- printf "virt-df %s\n" (Libvirt_version.version);
-
- let major, minor, release =
- let v, _ = Libvirt.get_version () in
- v / 1_000_000, (v / 1_000) mod 1_000, v mod 1_000 in
- printf "libvirt %d.%d.%d\n" major minor release;
- exit 0
- in
-
- let test_mode filename =
- test_files := filename :: !test_files
- in
-
- let argspec = Arg.align [
- "-a", Arg.Set all,
- " " ^ s_ "Show all domains (default: only active domains)";
- "--all", Arg.Set all,
- " " ^ s_ "Show all domains (default: only active domains)";
- "-c", Arg.String set_uri,
- "uri " ^ s_ "Connect to URI (default: Xen)";
- "--connect", Arg.String set_uri,
- "uri " ^ s_ "Connect to URI (default: Xen)";
- "--debug", Arg.Set debug,
- " " ^ s_ "Debug mode (default: false)";
- "-h", Arg.Set human,
- " " ^ s_ "Print sizes in human-readable format";
- "--human-readable", Arg.Set human,
- " " ^ s_ "Print sizes in human-readable format";
- "-i", Arg.Set inodes,
- " " ^ s_ "Show inodes instead of blocks";
- "--inodes", Arg.Set inodes,
- " " ^ s_ "Show inodes instead of blocks";
- "-t", Arg.String test_mode,
- "dev " ^ s_ "(Test mode) Display contents of block device or file";
- "--version", Arg.Unit version,
- " " ^ s_ "Display version and exit";
- ] in
-
- let anon_fun str =
- raise (Arg.Bad (sprintf (f_ "%s: unknown parameter") str)) in
- let usage_msg = s_ "virt-df : like 'df', shows disk space used in guests
-
-SUMMARY
- virt-df [-options]
-
-OPTIONS" in
-
- Arg.parse argspec anon_fun usage_msg;
-
- let doms : domain list =
- if !test_files = [] then (
- let xmls =
- (* Connect to the hypervisor. *)
- let conn =
- let name = !uri in
- try C.connect_readonly ?name ()
- with
- Libvirt.Virterror err ->
- prerr_endline (Libvirt.Virterror.to_string err);
- (* If non-root and no explicit connection URI, print a warning. *)
- if geteuid () <> 0 && name = None then (
- print_endline (s_ "NB: If you want to monitor a local Xen hypervisor, you usually need to be root");
- );
- exit 1 in
-
- (* Get the list of active & inactive domains. *)
- let doms =
- let nr_active_doms = C.num_of_domains conn in
- let active_doms =
- Array.to_list (C.list_domains conn nr_active_doms) in
- let active_doms =
- List.map (D.lookup_by_id conn) active_doms in
- if not !all then
- active_doms
- else (
- let nr_inactive_doms = C.num_of_defined_domains conn in
- let inactive_doms =
- Array.to_list (C.list_defined_domains conn nr_inactive_doms) in
- let inactive_doms =
- List.map (D.lookup_by_name conn) inactive_doms in
- active_doms @ inactive_doms
- ) in
-
- (* Get their XML. *)
- let xmls = List.map D.get_xml_desc doms in
-
- (* Parse the XML. *)
- let xmls = List.map Xml.parse_string xmls in
-
- (* Return just the XML documents - everything else will be closed
- * and freed including the connection to the hypervisor.
- *)
- xmls in
-
- (* Grr.. Need to use a library which has XPATH support (or cduce). *)
- List.map (
- fun xml ->
- let nodes, domain_attrs =
- match xml with
- | Xml.Element ("domain", attrs, children) -> children, attrs
- | _ -> failwith (s_ "get_xml_desc didn't return <domain/>") in
-
- let domid =
- try Some (int_of_string (List.assoc "id" domain_attrs))
- with Not_found -> None in
-
- let rec loop = function
- | [] ->
- failwith (s_ "get_xml_desc returned no <name> node in XML")
- | Xml.Element ("name", _, [Xml.PCData name]) :: _ -> name
- | Xml.Element ("name", _, _) :: _ ->
- failwith (s_ "get_xml_desc returned strange <name> node")
- | _ :: rest -> loop rest
- in
- let name = loop nodes in
-
- let devices =
- let devices =
- List.filter_map (
- function
- | Xml.Element ("devices", _, devices) -> Some devices
- | _ -> None
- ) nodes in
- List.concat devices in
-
- let rec target_dev_of = function
- | [] -> None
- | Xml.Element ("target", attrs, _) :: rest ->
- (try Some (List.assoc "dev" attrs)
- with Not_found -> target_dev_of rest)
- | _ :: rest -> target_dev_of rest
- in
-
- let rec source_file_of = function
- | [] -> None
- | Xml.Element ("source", attrs, _) :: rest ->
- (try Some (List.assoc "file" attrs)
- with Not_found -> source_file_of rest)
- | _ :: rest -> source_file_of rest
- in
-
- let rec source_dev_of = function
- | [] -> None
- | Xml.Element ("source", attrs, _) :: rest ->
- (try Some (List.assoc "dev" attrs)
- with Not_found -> source_dev_of rest)
- | _ :: rest -> source_dev_of rest
- in
-
- let disks =
- List.filter_map (
- function
- | Xml.Element ("disk", attrs, children) ->
- let typ =
- try Some (List.assoc "type" attrs)
- with Not_found -> None in
- let device =
- try Some (List.assoc "device" attrs)
- with Not_found -> None in
- let source =
- match source_file_of children with
- | (Some _) as source -> source
- | None -> source_dev_of children in
- let target = target_dev_of children in
-
- (* We only care about devices where we have
- * source and target. Ignore CD-ROM devices.
- *)
- (match source, target, device with
- | _, _, Some "cdrom" -> None (* ignore *)
- | Some source, Some target, Some device ->
- (* Try to create a 'device' object for this
- * device. If it fails, print a warning
- * and ignore the device.
- *)
- (try
- let dev = new block_device source in
- Some {
- d_type = typ; d_device = device;
- d_source = source; d_target = target;
- d_dev = dev; d_content = `Unknown
- }
- with
- Unix_error (err, func, param) ->
- eprintf "%s:%s: %s" func param (error_message err);
- None
- )
- | _ -> None (* ignore anything else *)
- )
-
- | _ -> None
- ) devices in
-
- { dom_name = name; dom_id = domid;
- dom_disks = disks; dom_lv_filesystems = [] }
- ) xmls
- ) else (
- (* In test mode (-t option) the user can pass one or more
- * block devices or filenames (containing partitions/filesystems/etc)
- * which we use for testing virt-df itself. We create fake domains
- * from these.
- *)
- List.map (
- fun filename ->
- {
- dom_name = filename; dom_id = None;
- dom_disks = [
- {
- d_type = Some "disk"; d_device = "disk";
- d_source = filename; d_target = "hda";
- d_dev = new block_device filename; d_content = `Unknown;
- }
- ];
- dom_lv_filesystems = []
- }
- ) !test_files
- ) in
-
- (* HOF to map over disks. *)
- let map_over_disks doms f =
- List.map (
- fun ({ dom_disks = disks } as dom) ->
- let disks = List.map f disks in
- { dom with dom_disks = disks }
- ) doms
- in
-
- (* 'doms' is our list of domains and their guest block devices, and
- * we've successfully opened each block device. Now probe them
- * to find out what they contain.
- *)
- let doms = map_over_disks doms (
- fun ({ d_dev = dev } as disk) ->
- (* See if it is partitioned first. *)
- let parts = probe_for_partitions dev in
- match parts with
- | Some parts ->
- { disk with d_content = `Partitions parts }
- | None ->
- (* Not partitioned. Does it contain a filesystem? *)
- let fs = probe_for_filesystem dev in
- match fs with
- | Some fs ->
- { disk with d_content = `Filesystem fs }
- | None ->
- (* Not partitioned, no filesystem, is it a PV? *)
- let pv = probe_for_pv dev in
- match pv with
- | Some lvm_name ->
- { disk with d_content = `PhysicalVolume lvm_name }
- | None ->
- disk (* Spare/unknown. *)
- ) in
-
- (* Now we have either detected partitions or a filesystem on each
- * physical device (or perhaps neither). See what is on those
- * partitions.
- *)
- let doms = map_over_disks doms (
- function
- | ({ d_dev = dev; d_content = `Partitions parts } as disk) ->
- let ps = List.map (
- fun p ->
- if p.part_status = Bootable || p.part_status = Nonbootable then (
- let fs = probe_for_filesystem p.part_dev in
- match fs with
- | Some fs ->
- { p with part_content = `Filesystem fs }
- | None ->
- (* Is it a PV? *)
- let pv = probe_for_pv p.part_dev in
- match pv with
- | Some lvm_name ->
- { p with part_content = `PhysicalVolume lvm_name }
- | None ->
- p (* Spare/unknown. *)
- ) else p
- ) parts.parts in
- let parts = { parts with parts = ps } in
- { disk with d_content = `Partitions parts }
- | disk -> disk
- ) in
-
- (* LVM filesystem detection
- *
- * For each domain, look for all disks/partitions which have been
- * identified as PVs and pass those back to the respective LVM
- * plugin for LV detection.
- *
- * (Note - a two-stage process because an LV can be spread over
- * several PVs, so we have to detect all PVs belonging to a
- * domain first).
- *
- * XXX To deal with RAID (ie. md devices) we will need to loop
- * around here because RAID is like LVM except that they normally
- * present as block devices which can be used by LVM.
- *)
- (* First: LV detection. *)
- let doms = List.map (
- fun ({ dom_disks = disks } as dom) ->
- (* Find all physical volumes, can be disks or partitions. *)
- let pvs_on_disks = List.filter_map (
- function
- | { d_dev = d_dev;
- d_content = `PhysicalVolume pv } -> Some (pv, d_dev)
- | _ -> None
- ) disks in
- let pvs_on_partitions = List.map (
- function
- | { d_content = `Partitions { parts = parts } } ->
- List.filter_map (
- function
- | { part_dev = part_dev;
- part_content = `PhysicalVolume pv } ->
- Some (pv, part_dev)
- | _ -> None
- ) parts
- | _ -> []
- ) disks in
- let lvs = List.concat (pvs_on_disks :: pvs_on_partitions) in
- dom, lvs
- ) doms in
-
- (* Second: filesystem on LV detection. *)
- let doms = List.map (
- fun (dom, lvs) ->
- (* Group the LVs by plug-in type. *)
- let cmp (a,_) (b,_) = compare a b in
- let lvs = List.sort ~cmp lvs in
- let lvs = group_by lvs in
-
- let lvs =
- List.map (fun (pv, devs) -> list_lvs pv.lvm_plugin_id devs) lvs in
- let lvs = List.concat lvs in
-
- (* lvs is a list of potential LV devices. Now run them through the
- * probes to see if any contain filesystems.
- *)
- let filesystems =
- List.filter_map (
- fun ({ lv_dev = dev } as lv) ->
- match probe_for_filesystem dev with
- | Some fs -> Some (lv, fs)
- | None -> None
- ) lvs in
-
- { dom with dom_lv_filesystems = filesystems }
- ) doms in
-
- (* Now print the results.
- *
- * Print the title.
- *)
- let () =
- let total, used, avail =
- match !inodes, !human with
- | false, false -> s_ "1K-blocks", s_ "Used", s_ "Available"
- | false, true -> s_ "Size", s_ "Used", s_ "Available"
- | true, _ -> s_ "Inodes", s_ "IUse", s_ "IFree" in
- printf "%-20s %10s %10s %10s %s\n%!"
- (s_ "Filesystem") total used avail (s_ "Type") in
-
- let printable_size bytes =
- if bytes < 1024L *^ 1024L then
- sprintf "%Ld bytes" bytes
- else if bytes < 1024L *^ 1024L *^ 1024L then
- sprintf "%.1f MiB" (Int64.to_float (bytes /^ 1024L) /. 1024.)
- else
- sprintf "%.1f GiB" (Int64.to_float (bytes /^ 1024L /^ 1024L) /. 1024.)
- in
-
- (* HOF to iterate over filesystems. *)
- let iter_over_filesystems doms
- (f : domain -> ?disk:disk -> ?partno:int -> device -> filesystem ->
- unit) =
- List.iter (
- fun ({ dom_disks = disks; dom_lv_filesystems = filesystems } as dom) ->
- (* Ordinary filesystems found on disks & partitions. *)
- List.iter (
- function
- | ({ d_content = `Filesystem fs; d_dev = dev } as disk) ->
- f dom ~disk dev fs
- | ({ d_content = `Partitions partitions } as disk) ->
- List.iteri (
- fun i ->
- function
- | { part_content = `Filesystem fs; part_dev = dev } ->
- f dom ~disk ~partno:(i+1) dev fs
- | _ -> ()
- ) partitions.parts
- | _ -> ()
- ) disks;
- (* LV filesystems. *)
- List.iter (fun ({lv_dev = dev}, fs) -> f dom dev fs) filesystems
- ) doms
- in
-
- (* Print stats for each recognized filesystem. *)
- let print_stats dom ?disk ?partno dev fs =
- (* Printable name is like "domain:hda" or "domain:hda1". *)
- let name =
- let dom_name = dom.dom_name in
- (* Get the disk name (eg. "hda") from the domain XML, if
- * we have it, otherwise use the device name (eg. for LVM).
- *)
- let disk_name =
- match disk with
- | None -> dev#name
- | Some disk -> disk.d_target
- in
- match partno with
- | None ->
- dom_name ^ ":" ^ disk_name
- | Some partno ->
- dom_name ^ ":" ^ disk_name ^ string_of_int partno in
- printf "%-20s " name;
-
- if fs.fs_is_swap then (
- (* Swap partition. *)
- if not !human then
- printf "%10Ld %s\n"
- (fs.fs_block_size *^ fs.fs_blocks_total /^ 1024L) fs.fs_name
- else
- printf "%10s %s\n"
- (printable_size (fs.fs_block_size *^ fs.fs_blocks_total)) fs.fs_name
- ) else (
- (* Ordinary filesystem. *)
- if not !inodes then ( (* Block display. *)
- (* 'df' doesn't count the restricted blocks. *)
- let blocks_total = fs.fs_blocks_total -^ fs.fs_blocks_reserved in
- let blocks_avail = fs.fs_blocks_avail -^ fs.fs_blocks_reserved in
- let blocks_avail = if blocks_avail < 0L then 0L else blocks_avail in
-
- if not !human then ( (* Display 1K blocks. *)
- printf "%10Ld %10Ld %10Ld %s\n"
- (blocks_total *^ fs.fs_block_size /^ 1024L)
- (fs.fs_blocks_used *^ fs.fs_block_size /^ 1024L)
- (blocks_avail *^ fs.fs_block_size /^ 1024L)
- fs.fs_name
- ) else ( (* Human-readable blocks. *)
- printf "%10s %10s %10s %s\n"
- (printable_size (blocks_total *^ fs.fs_block_size))
- (printable_size (fs.fs_blocks_used *^ fs.fs_block_size))
- (printable_size (blocks_avail *^ fs.fs_block_size))
- fs.fs_name
- )
- ) else ( (* Inodes display. *)
- printf "%10Ld %10Ld %10Ld %s\n"
- fs.fs_inodes_total fs.fs_inodes_used fs.fs_inodes_avail
- fs.fs_name
- )
- )
- in
- iter_over_filesystems doms print_stats
diff --git a/virt-df/virt_df_mbr.ml b/virt-df/virt_df_mbr.ml
deleted file mode 100644
index 9516e3c..0000000
--- a/virt-df/virt_df_mbr.ml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,187 +0,0 @@
-(* 'df' command for virtual domains.
-
- (C) Copyright 2007 Richard W.M. Jones, Red Hat Inc.
- http://libvirt.org/
-
- This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
- it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
- the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
- (at your option) any later version.
-
- This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
- but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
- MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
- GNU General Public License for more details.
-
- You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
- along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
- Foundation, Inc., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.
-
- Support for Master Boot Record partition scheme.
-*)
-
-open Printf
-open Unix
-open ExtList
-
-open Virt_df_gettext.Gettext
-open Virt_df
-
-let sector_size = 512
-let sector_size64 = 512L
-
-(* Maximum number of extended partitions possible. *)
-let max_extended_partitions = 100
-
-(* Device representing a single partition. It just acts as an offset
- * into the underlying device.
- *
- * Notes:
- * (1) 'start'/'size' are measured in sectors.
- * (2) 'partno' is the partition number, starting at 1
- * (cf. /dev/hda1 is the first partition).
- * (3) 'dev' is the underlying block device.
- *)
-class partition_device partno start size dev =
- let devname = dev#name in
- let name = sprintf "%s%d" devname partno in
- let start = start *^ sector_size64 in
- let size = size *^ sector_size64 in
-object (self)
- inherit offset_device name start size dev
-end
-
-(** Probe the
- {{:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Master_boot_record}master boot record}
- (if it is one) and read the partitions.
-
- @raise Not_found if it is not an MBR.
- *)
-let rec probe_mbr dev =
- (* Adjust size to sectors. *)
- let size = dev#size /^ sector_size64 in
-
- (* Read the first sector. *)
- let bits =
- try dev#read_bitstring 0L sector_size
- with exn -> raise Not_found in
-
- (* Does this match a likely-looking MBR? *)
- bitmatch bits with
- | padding : 3568 : bitstring; (* padding to byte offset 446 *)
- part0 : 128 : bitstring; (* partitions *)
- part1 : 128 : bitstring;
- part2 : 128 : bitstring;
- part3 : 128 : bitstring;
- 0x55 : 8; 0xAA : 8 -> (* MBR signature *)
-
- (* Parse the partition table entries. *)
- let primaries =
- List.mapi (parse_mbr_entry dev) [part0;part1;part2;part3] in
-
-(*
- (* Read extended partition data. *)
- let extendeds = List.map (
- function
- | { part_type = 0x05 } as part ->
- probe_extended_partition
- max_extended_partitions fd part part.part_lba_start
- | part -> []
- ) primaries in
- let extendeds = List.concat extendeds in
- primaries @ extendeds
-*)
- { parts_name = "MBR"; parts = primaries }
-
- | _ ->
- raise Not_found (* not an MBR *)
-
-(* Parse a single partition table entry. See the table here:
- * http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Master_boot_record
- *)
-and parse_mbr_entry dev i bits =
- bitmatch bits with
- | 0l : 32; 0l : 32; 0l : 32; 0l : 32 ->
- { part_status = NullEntry; part_type = 0;
- part_dev = null_device; part_content = `Unknown }
-
- | 0 : 8; first_chs : 24;
- part_type : 8; last_chs : 24;
- first_lba : 32 : unsigned, littleendian;
- part_size : 32 : unsigned, littleendian ->
- make_mbr_entry Nonbootable dev (i+1) part_type first_lba part_size
-
- | 0x80 : 8; first_chs : 24;
- part_type : 8; last_chs : 24;
- first_lba : 32 : unsigned, littleendian;
- part_size : 32 : unsigned, littleendian ->
- make_mbr_entry Bootable dev (i+1) part_type first_lba part_size
-
- | _ ->
- { part_status = Malformed; part_type = 0;
- part_dev = null_device; part_content = `Unknown }
-
-and make_mbr_entry part_status dev partno part_type first_lba part_size =
- let first_lba = uint64_of_int32 first_lba in
- let part_size = uint64_of_int32 part_size in
- if !debug then
- eprintf "make_mbr_entry: first_lba = %Lx part_size = %Lx\n%!"
- first_lba part_size;
- { part_status = part_status;
- part_type = part_type;
- part_dev = new partition_device partno first_lba part_size dev;
- part_content = `Unknown }
-
-(*
-This code worked previously, but now needs some love ...
-XXX
-
-(* Probe an extended partition. *)
-and probe_extended_partition max fd epart sect =
- if max > 0 then (
- (* Offset of the first EBR. *)
- let ebr_offs = sect *^ sector_size in
- (* EBR Signature? *)
- LargeFile.lseek fd (ebr_offs +^ 510L) SEEK_SET;
- let str = String.create 2 in
- if read fd str 0 2 <> 2 || str.[0] != '\x55' || str.[1] != '\xAA' then
- [] (* Not EBR *)
- else (
- (* Read the extended partition table entries (just 2 of them). *)
- LargeFile.lseek fd (ebr_offs +^ 446L) SEEK_SET;
- let str = String.create 32 in
- if read fd str 0 32 <> 32 then
- failwith (s_ "error reading extended partition")
- else (
- (* Extract partitions from the data. *)
- let part1, part2 =
- match List.map (get_partition str) [ 0; 16 ] with
- | [p1;p2] -> p1,p2
- | _ -> failwith (s_ "probe_extended_partition: internal error") in
- (* First partition entry has offset to the start of this partition. *)
- let part1 = { part1 with
- part_lba_start = sect +^ part1.part_lba_start } in
- (* Second partition entry is zeroes if end of list, otherwise points
- * to the next partition.
- *)
- if part2.part_status = NullEntry then
- [part1]
- else
- part1 :: probe_extended_partition
- (max-1) fd epart (sect +^ part2.part_lba_start)
- )
- )
- )
- else []
-*)
-
-(* Ugh, fake a UInt32 -> UInt64 conversion without sign extension, until
- * we get working UInt32/UInt64 modules in extlib.
- *)
-and uint64_of_int32 u32 =
- let i64 = Int64.of_int32 u32 in
- if u32 >= 0l then i64
- else Int64.add i64 0x1_0000_0000_L
-
-(* Register with main code. *)
-let () = partition_type_register "MBR" probe_mbr
diff --git a/virt-df/virt_df_mbr.mli b/virt-df/virt_df_mbr.mli
deleted file mode 100644
index d32a0f8..0000000
--- a/virt-df/virt_df_mbr.mli
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,22 +0,0 @@
-(* 'df' command for virtual domains.
- (C) Copyright 2007-2008 Richard W.M. Jones, Red Hat Inc.
- http://libvirt.org/
-
- This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
- it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
- the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
- (at your option) any later version.
-
- This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
- but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
- MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
- GNU General Public License for more details.
-
- You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
- along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
- Foundation, Inc., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.
- *)
-
-(* This file is empty to stop this plug-in from exporting any
- symbols to other modules by accident.
-*)