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diff --git a/MANIFEST b/MANIFEST
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..fde3b73
--- /dev/null
+++ b/MANIFEST
@@ -0,0 +1,53 @@
+aclocal.m4
+config.h.in
+configure.ac
+COPYING
+COPYING.LIB
+.cvsignore
+examples/.cvsignore
+examples/.depend
+examples/list_domains.ml
+examples/Makefile.in
+install-sh
+libvirt/.cvsignore
+libvirt/.depend
+libvirt/libvirt_c.c
+libvirt/libvirt.ml
+libvirt/libvirt.mli
+libvirt/libvirt_version.ml.in
+libvirt/libvirt_version.mli
+libvirt/Makefile.in
+Makefile.in
+Make.rules
+MANIFEST
+META.in
+mlvirsh/.cvsignore
+mlvirsh/.depend
+mlvirsh/Makefile.in
+mlvirsh/mlvirsh.ml
+mlvirtmanager/.cvsignore
+mlvirtmanager/.depend
+mlvirtmanager/Makefile.in
+mlvirtmanager/mlvirtmanager_connections.ml
+mlvirtmanager/mlvirtmanager_connections.mli
+mlvirtmanager/mlvirtmanager_domain_ops.ml
+mlvirtmanager/mlvirtmanager_domain_ops.mli
+mlvirtmanager/mlvirtmanager_helpers.ml
+mlvirtmanager/mlvirtmanager_helpers.mli
+mlvirtmanager/mlvirtmanager_mainwindow.ml
+mlvirtmanager/mlvirtmanager_mainwindow.mli
+mlvirtmanager/mlvirtmanager.ml
+README
+TODO.libvirt
+TODO.virt-top
+virt-top/.cvsignore
+virt-top/.depend
+virt-top/Makefile.in
+virt-top/README
+virt-top/virt-top.1
+virt-top/virt-top.pod
+virt-top/virt-top.txt
+virt-top/virt_top.ml
+virt-top/virt_top_csv.ml
+virt-top/virt_top_main.ml
+virt-top/virt_top_xml.ml
diff --git a/META.in b/META.in
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..960e07e
--- /dev/null
+++ b/META.in
@@ -0,0 +1,5 @@
+name="libvirt"
+version="@PACKAGE_VERSION@"
+description="libvirt bindings for OCaml"
+archive(byte)="mllibvirt.cma"
+archive(native)="mllibvirt.cmxa"
diff --git a/Make.rules b/Make.rules
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..00480c3
--- /dev/null
+++ b/Make.rules
@@ -0,0 +1,27 @@
+# $Id: Make.rules,v 1.2 2007/08/08 08:34:42 rjones Exp $ -*- Makefile -*-
+# This file is included by Makefiles in subdirectories.
+
+# Common rules for building OCaml objects.
+
+.mli.cmi:
+ ocamlfind ocamlc $(OCAMLCFLAGS) $(OCAMLCINCS) $(OCAMLCPACKAGES) -c $<
+.ml.cmo:
+ ocamlfind ocamlc $(OCAMLCFLAGS) $(OCAMLCINCS) $(OCAMLCPACKAGES) -c $<
+.ml.cmx:
+ ocamlfind ocamlopt $(OCAMLOPTFLAGS) $(OCAMLOPTINCS) $(OCAMLOPTPACKAGES) -c $<
+
+# Dependencies.
+
+depend: .depend
+
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+ rm -f .depend
+ ocamlfind ocamldep $(OCAMLCPACKAGES) $^ > $@
+
+ifeq ($(wildcard .depend),.depend)
+include .depend
+endif
+
+.PHONY: depend dist check-manifest dpkg doc
+
+.SUFFIXES: .cmo .cmi .cmx .ml .mli .mll
diff --git a/Makefile.in b/Makefile.in
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..3ad12ac
--- /dev/null
+++ b/Makefile.in
@@ -0,0 +1,74 @@
+# $Id: Makefile.in,v 1.7 2007/08/23 09:36:04 rjones Exp $
+
+PACKAGE = @PACKAGE_NAME@
+VERSION = @PACKAGE_VERSION@
+
+INSTALL = @INSTALL@
+
+pkg_lablgtk2 = @pkg_lablgtk2@
+pkg_curses = @pkg_curses@
+
+OCAMLDOCFLAGS := -html -sort
+
+SUBDIRS := libvirt examples mlvirsh
+
+ifeq ($(pkg_lablgtk2),yes)
+SUBDIRS += mlvirtmanager
+endif
+
+ifeq ($(pkg_curses),yes)
+SUBDIRS += virt-top
+endif
+
+all opt depend install:
+ for d in $(SUBDIRS); do \
+ $(MAKE) -C $$d $@; \
+ if [ $$? -ne 0 ]; then exit 1; fi; \
+ done
+
+clean:
+ for d in . $(SUBDIRS); do \
+ (cd $$d; rm -f *.cmi *.cmo *.cmx *.cma *.cmxa *.o *.a *.so *.opt *~ core); \
+ done
+ rm -f examples/list_domains
+ rm -f mlvirsh/mlvirsh
+ rm -f mlvirtmanager/mlvirtmanager
+ rm -f virt-top/virt-top
+
+distclean:
+ rm -f config.h config.log config.status configure META
+ rm -rf autom4te.cache
+ rm -f Makefile
+
+# Distribution.
+
+dist:
+ $(MAKE) check-manifest
+ rm -rf $(PACKAGE)-$(VERSION)
+ mkdir $(PACKAGE)-$(VERSION)
+ tar -cf - -T MANIFEST | tar -C $(PACKAGE)-$(VERSION) -xf -
+ $(INSTALL) -m 0755 configure $(PACKAGE)-$(VERSION)/
+ tar zcf $(PACKAGE)-$(VERSION).tar.gz $(PACKAGE)-$(VERSION)
+ rm -rf $(PACKAGE)-$(VERSION)
+ ls -l $(PACKAGE)-$(VERSION).tar.gz
+
+check-manifest:
+ @for d in `find -type d -name CVS | grep -v '^\./debian/'`; \
+ do \
+ b=`dirname $$d`/; \
+ awk -F/ '$$1 != "D" {print $$2}' $$d/Entries | \
+ sed -e "s|^|$$b|" -e "s|^\./||"; \
+ done | sort > .check-manifest; \
+ sort MANIFEST > .orig-manifest; \
+ diff -u .orig-manifest .check-manifest; rv=$$?; \
+ rm -f .orig-manifest .check-manifest; \
+ exit $$rv
+
+# Developer documentation (in html/ subdirectory).
+
+doc:
+ rm -rf html
+ mkdir html
+ -cd libvirt; \
+ ocamlfind ocamldoc $(OCAMLDOCFLAGS) -d ../html \
+ libvirt.{ml,mli} libvirt_version.{ml,mli}
diff --git a/README b/README
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..800458d
--- /dev/null
+++ b/README
@@ -0,0 +1,154 @@
+$Id: README,v 1.11 2007/08/23 09:36:04 rjones Exp $
+
+ocaml-libvirt
+----------------------------------------------------------------------
+
+Copyright (C) 2007 Richard W.M. Jones, Red Hat Inc.
+http://et.redhat.com/~rjones/ocaml-libvirt/
+http://libvirt.org/
+
+This is a complete set of OCaml bindings around libvirt, exposing all
+known functionality to OCaml programs.
+
+
+Requirements
+----------------------------------------------------------------------
+
+To build the bindings and mlvirsh (required):
+
+ GNU make, gcc
+ libvirt >= 0.2.1 (from http://libvirt.org/,
+ get the latest version if you can)
+ ocaml >= 3.08 (from http://caml.inria.fr/)
+ findlib (from http://www.ocaml-programming.de/packages/)
+ Extlib (from http://ocaml-lib.sourceforge.net/)
+
+To build the OCaml interface documentation (optional):
+
+ ocamldoc (part of OCaml itself)
+
+To build virt-top (optional):
+
+ ocaml-curses (from http://www.nongnu.org/ocaml-tmk/)
+ xml-light (from http://tech.motion-twin.com/doc/xml-light/)
+ ocaml CSV library (from http://merjis.com/developers/csv)
+
+ [Only ocaml-curses is required for building virt-top. The other
+ packages are not required, but you will get reduced functionality].
+
+To build mlvirtmanager (optional):
+
+ GTK2 (from http://gtk.org/)
+ lablgtk2 (from http://wwwfun.kurims.kyoto-u.ac.jp/soft/lsl/lablgtk.html)
+
+To build the manpages (optional):
+
+ perldoc (part of Perl)
+
+OCaml packages are available for Fedora 7 and above (ocaml,
+ocaml-findlib, ocaml-findlib-devel, ocaml-ocamldoc, ocaml-extlib,
+ocaml-extlib-devel, ocaml-lablgtk, ocaml-lablgtk-devel, ocaml-curses,
+ocaml-xml-light, ocaml-csv).
+
+ http://www.annexia.org/tmp/ocaml/
+ http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/SIGs/OCaml
+
+Debian/Ubuntu have all the packages you require.
+
+
+Building
+----------------------------------------------------------------------
+
+ ./configure # Checks that you have all the required bits.
+
+ make all # Builds the bytecode version of libs/programs.
+ make opt # Builds the native code version of libs/programs.
+
+ make install # Install in OCaml directory, and the binaries
+ # in $prefix/bin.
+
+ make doc # Build HTML documentation in html/ subdirectory.
+
+Then have a look at the programs 'mlvirsh.opt' and 'mlvirtmanager.opt'.
+
+Note: If you want to run the programs without first installing, you
+may need to set your $LD_LIBRARY_PATH environment variable so it
+contains the build directory. eg:
+
+ LD_LIBRARY_PATH=libvirt/ mlvirsh/mlvirsh.opt
+
+
+mlvirsh
+----------------------------------------------------------------------
+
+'mlvirsh' is an almost complete reimplementation of virsh, which is
+mostly command compatible (there are a very few commands missing, and
+some commands have a slightly different syntax, but broadly speaking
+they are equivalent programs except that one is written in C and the
+other in OCaml).
+
+At the time of writing:
+
+ wc -c wc -l
+
+ virsh 126,056 4,641
+ mlvirsh 19,427 598
+
+ % size 15% 13%
+
+
+mlvirtmanager
+----------------------------------------------------------------------
+
+'mlvirtmanager' is a demonstration implementation of virt-manager in
+OCaml. It is not feature-complete by any means, but does allow you to
+show the running domains and start and stop defined domains. The main
+functionality _missing_ is the ability to define new virtual machines,
+change the resources allocated to domains, or show the machine
+console.
+
+
+Programming
+----------------------------------------------------------------------
+
+The interface is described in 'libvirt.mli'. The main modules are
+Libvirt.Connect, Libvirt.Domain and Libvirt.Network, corresponding
+respectively to the virConnect*, virDomain*, and virNetwork*
+functions. For brevity I usually rename these modules like this:
+
+ module C = Libvirt.Connect
+ module D = Libvirt.Domain
+ module N = Libvirt.Network
+
+To get a connection handle, do:
+
+ let name = "xen:///"
+ let conn = C.connect ~name ()
+
+To list domains, do:
+
+ let n = C.num_of_domains conn
+ let ids = C.list_domains conn n
+ let domains = Array.map (D.lookup_by_id conn) ids
+ let () =
+ Array.iter (
+ fun dom ->
+ printf "%5d %s\n" (D.get_id dom) (D.get_name dom)
+ ) domains
+
+(See also the program list_domains.ml).
+
+For documentation on these bindings, read libvirt.mli and/or 'make
+doc' and browse the HTML documentation in the html/ subdirectory.
+
+For documentation on libvirt itself, see http://libvirt.org/html/
+
+
+Subdirectories
+----------------------------------------------------------------------
+
+libvirt/ The OCaml bindings.
+examples/ Some example programs using the bindings.
+mlvirsh/ 'mlvirsh' command line tool.
+mlvirtmanager/ 'mlvirtmanager' graphical tool.
+virt-top/ 'virt-top' tool.
diff --git a/TODO.libvirt b/TODO.libvirt
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..7d980fd
--- /dev/null
+++ b/TODO.libvirt
@@ -0,0 +1,3 @@
+$Id: TODO.libvirt,v 1.1 2007/08/29 15:48:06 rjones Exp $
+
+Turn VIR_ERR_NO_DOMAIN and NO_NETWORK errors into Not_found exceptions.
diff --git a/TODO.virt-top b/TODO.virt-top
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..479c5ac
--- /dev/null
+++ b/TODO.virt-top
@@ -0,0 +1,72 @@
+$Id: TODO.virt-top,v 1.2 2007/08/30 13:52:40 rjones Exp $
+
+This is a list of bugs & tasks for virt-top.
+----------------------------------------------------------------------
+
+*** 0 Use public CVS and bug tracker to replace this file (!)
+
+*** 1 Segfault [FIXED 0.3.2.6]
+
+I have seen this segfault once:
+https://www.redhat.com/archives/libvir-list/2007-August/msg00214.html
+
+It appeared to happen when several domains were shut down at the same
+time, but has since been unreproducible. Suspect crazy reference
+counting in libvirt to be part of the problem.
+
+[As suspected, turned out to be the crazy reference counting in
+libvirt].
+
+*** 2 Virt-top fails silently when started as non-root [FIXED 0.3.2.5]
+
+*** 3 Irix/Solaris mode
+
+'I' (toggles between 100% = all CPUs / 100% = single CPU).
+In top this is called "Irix/Solaris mode" :-)
+
+*** 4 [jmh] Build out the stats collected by the --csv <filename.csv> option.
+
+Suggested being able to give a selection of VMs to monitor from the
+command line. Also, being able to monitor just particular subsystems
+(-sc for CPU, -sm for memory, etc. as in collectl).
+
+*** 5 [jmh & jneedham] Monitor resources used by dom0 on behalf of the guests.
+
+So that if dom0 is throttled right down, is that affecting throughput
+of guests? I honestly don't know if it's possible to do this, but
+I'll raise the issue upstream to see if they have any suggestions.
+
+*** 6 Per-guest / per-interface network statistics. [PARTIALLY DONE 0.3.2.6]
+
+Have a separate screen which breaks out the domain name / device name
+and gives complete interface stats.
+
+RXBY TXBY RXRQ TXRQ DOMAIN INTERFACE
+ 5M 0 48 0 debian vif2.0
+ 2M 0 20 0 oracle vif3.1
+ 1M 5K 8 2 oracle vif3.0
+
+*** 7 Per-guest / per-device block statistics. [PARTIALLY DONE 0.3.2.6]
+
+Have a separate screen which breaks out the domain name / device name
+and gives complete block stats.
+
+RDBY WRBY RDRQ WRRQ DOMAIN DEVICE
+ 5M 0 48 0 debian hdb
+ 2M 0 20 0 debian hda
+ 1M 5K 8 2 oracle hda
+
+*** 8 [jneedham asked for] %WAIT
+
+I'm assuming this would mean in the context of the hypervisor, how
+long are runnable domains waiting in the runqueue for access to a free
+pCPU. I will ask upstream whether this stat is available through Xen,
+and if so put in place the infrastructure to monitor it.
+
+*** 9 [jmh asked for] Configuration file or environment variable
+
+Thinking about maybe this is something we could controly via a
+.virt-top-init file or an environment variable ? The same could also
+be true for other options such as the selection of subsystems and/or
+ordering/sorting ?
+
diff --git a/aclocal.m4 b/aclocal.m4
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..55d5ceb
--- /dev/null
+++ b/aclocal.m4
@@ -0,0 +1,147 @@
+dnl autoconf macros for OCaml
+dnl by Olivier Andrieu
+dnl modified by Richard W.M. Jones
+dnl from a configure.in by Jean-Christophe Filliātre,
+dnl from a first script by Georges Mariano
+dnl
+dnl defines AC_PROG_OCAML that will check the OCaml compiler
+dnl and set the following variables :
+dnl OCAMLC "ocamlc" if present in the path, or a failure
+dnl or "ocamlc.opt" if present with same version number as ocamlc
+dnl OCAMLOPT "ocamlopt" (or "ocamlopt.opt" if present), or "no"
+dnl OCAMLBEST either "byte" if no native compiler was found,
+dnl or "opt" otherwise
+dnl OCAMLDEP "ocamldep"
+dnl OCAMLLIB the path to the ocaml standard library
+dnl OCAMLVERSION the ocaml version number
+AC_DEFUN(AC_PROG_OCAML,
+[dnl
+# checking for ocamlc
+AC_CHECK_PROG(OCAMLC,ocamlc,ocamlc,AC_MSG_ERROR(Cannot find ocamlc.))
+OCAMLVERSION=`$OCAMLC -v | sed -n -e 's|.*version* *\(.*\)$|\1|p' `
+AC_MSG_RESULT(OCaml version is $OCAMLVERSION)
+OCAMLLIB=`$OCAMLC -where 2>/dev/null || $OCAMLC -v|tail -1|cut -d ' ' -f 4`
+AC_MSG_RESULT(OCaml library path is $OCAMLLIB)
+# checking for ocamlopt
+AC_CHECK_PROG(OCAMLOPT,ocamlopt,ocamlopt)
+OCAMLBEST=byte
+if test -z "$OCAMLOPT"; then
+ AC_MSG_WARN(Cannot find ocamlopt; bytecode compilation only.)
+else
+ TMPVERSION=`$OCAMLOPT -v | sed -n -e 's|.*version* *\(.*\)$|\1|p' `
+ if test "$TMPVERSION" != "$OCAMLVERSION" ; then
+ AC_MSG_RESULT(versions differs from ocamlc; ocamlopt discarded.)
+ unset OCAMLOPT
+ else
+ OCAMLBEST=opt
+ fi
+fi
+# checking for ocamlc.opt
+AC_CHECK_PROG(OCAMLCDOTOPT,ocamlc.opt,ocamlc.opt)
+if test -z "$OCAMLCDOTOPT"; then
+ TMPVERSION=`$OCAMLCDOTOPT -v | sed -n -e 's|.*version* *\(.*\)$|\1|p' `
+ if test "$TMPVERSION" != "$OCAMLVERSION" ; then
+ AC_MSG_RESULT(versions differs from ocamlc; ocamlc.opt discarded.)
+ else
+ OCAMLC=$OCAMLCDOTOPT
+ fi
+fi
+# checking for ocamlopt.opt
+if test "$OCAMLOPT" ; then
+ AC_CHECK_PROG(OCAMLOPTDOTOPT,ocamlopt.opt,ocamlopt.opt)
+ if test "$OCAMLOPTDOTOPT"; then
+ TMPVER=`$OCAMLOPTDOTOPT -v | sed -n -e 's|.*version* *\(.*\)$|\1|p' `
+ if test "$TMPVER" != "$OCAMLVERSION" ; then
+ AC_MSG_RESULT(version differs from ocamlc; ocamlopt.opt discarded.)
+ else
+ OCAMLOPT=$OCAMLOPTDOTOPT
+ fi
+ fi
+fi
+# checking for ocamldep
+AC_CHECK_PROG(OCAMLDEP,ocamldep,ocamldep,AC_MSG_ERROR(Cannot find ocamldep.))
+
+#checking for ocamlmktop
+AC_CHECK_PROG(OCAMLMKTOP,ocamlmktop,ocamlmktop, AC_MSG_WARN(Cannot find ocamlmktop.))
+#checking for ocamlmklib
+AC_CHECK_PROG(OCAMLMKLIB,ocamlmklib,ocamlmklib, AC_MSG_WARN(Cannot find ocamlmklib.))
+# checking for ocamldoc
+AC_CHECK_PROG(OCAMLDOC,ocamldoc,ocamldoc, AC_MSG_WARN(Cannot find ocamldoc.))
+
+
+AC_SUBST(OCAMLC)
+AC_SUBST(OCAMLOPT)
+AC_SUBST(OCAMLDEP)
+AC_SUBST(OCAMLBEST)
+AC_SUBST(OCAMLVERSION)
+AC_SUBST(OCAMLLIB)
+AC_SUBST(OCAMLMKLIB)
+AC_SUBST(OCAMLDOC)
+])
+dnl
+dnl
+dnl
+dnl macro AC_PROG_OCAML_TOOLS will check OCamllex and OCamlyacc :
+dnl OCAMLLEX "ocamllex" or "ocamllex.opt" if present
+dnl OCAMLYACC "ocamlyac"
+AC_DEFUN(AC_PROG_OCAML_TOOLS,
+[dnl
+# checking for ocamllex and ocamlyacc
+AC_CHECK_PROG(OCAMLLEX,ocamllex,ocamllex)
+if test "$OCAMLLEX"; then
+ AC_CHECK_PROG(OCAMLLEXDOTOPT,ocamllex.opt,ocamllex.opt)
+ if test "$OCAMLLEXDOTOPT"; then
+ OCAMLLEX=$OCAMLLEXDOTOPT
+ fi
+else
+ AC_MSG_ERROR(Cannot find ocamllex.)
+fi
+AC_CHECK_PROG(OCAMLYACC,ocamlyacc,ocamlyacc,AC_MSG_ERROR(Cannot find ocamlyacc.))
+AC_SUBST(OCAMLLEX)
+AC_SUBST(OCAMLYACC)
+])
+dnl
+dnl
+dnl
+dnl AC_PROG_CAMLP4 checks for Camlp4
+AC_DEFUN(AC_PROG_CAMLP4,
+[dnl
+AC_REQUIRE([AC_PROG_OCAML])
+# checking for camlp4
+AC_CHECK_PROG(CAMLP4,camlp4,camlp4)
+if test "$CAMLP4"; then
+ TMPVERSION=`$CAMLP4 -v 2>&1| sed -n -e 's|.*version *\(.*\)$|\1|p'`
+ if test "$TMPVERSION" != "$OCAMLVERSION" ; then
+ AC_MSG_RESULT(versions differs from ocamlc)
+ fi
+fi
+])
+dnl
+dnl
+dnl
+dnl macro AC_PROG_FINDLIB will check for the presence of
+dnl ocamlfind
+AC_DEFUN(AC_PROG_FINDLIB,
+[dnl
+# checking for ocamlfind
+AC_CHECK_PROG(OCAMLFIND,ocamlfind,ocamlfind,
+ AC_MSG_ERROR(ocamlfind not found))
+AC_SUBST(OCAMLFIND)
+])
+dnl
+dnl
+dnl
+dnl AC_CHECK_OCAML_PKG checks wether a findlib package is present
+dnl defines pkg_name to "yes"
+AC_DEFUN(AC_CHECK_OCAML_PKG,
+[dnl
+AC_REQUIRE([AC_PROG_FINDLIB])
+AC_MSG_CHECKING(findlib package $1)
+if $OCAMLFIND query $1 >/dev/null 2>/dev/null; then
+AC_MSG_RESULT(found)
+eval "pkg_`echo $1 | tr - _`=yes"
+else
+AC_MSG_RESULT(not found)
+eval "pkg_`echo $1 | tr - _`=no"
+fi
+])
diff --git a/config.h.in b/config.h.in
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..d8c604b
--- /dev/null
+++ b/config.h.in
@@ -0,0 +1,85 @@
+/* config.h.in. Generated from configure.ac by autoheader. */
+
+/* Define to 1 if you have the <inttypes.h> header file. */
+#undef HAVE_INTTYPES_H
+
+/* Define to 1 if you have the `ncurses' library (-lncurses). */
+#undef HAVE_LIBNCURSES
+
+/* Define to 1 if you have the `virt' library (-lvirt). */
+#undef HAVE_LIBVIRT
+
+/* Define to 1 if you have the <memory.h> header file. */
+#undef HAVE_MEMORY_H
+
+/* Define to 1 if you have the <stdint.h> header file. */
+#undef HAVE_STDINT_H
+
+/* Define to 1 if you have the <stdlib.h> header file. */
+#undef HAVE_STDLIB_H
+
+/* Define to 1 if you have the <strings.h> header file. */
+#undef HAVE_STRINGS_H
+
+/* Define to 1 if you have the <string.h> header file. */
+#undef HAVE_STRING_H
+
+/* Define to 1 if you have the <sys/stat.h> header file. */
+#undef HAVE_SYS_STAT_H
+
+/* Define to 1 if you have the <sys/types.h> header file. */
+#undef HAVE_SYS_TYPES_H
+
+/* Define to 1 if you have the <unistd.h> header file. */
+#undef HAVE_UNISTD_H
+
+/* Define to 1 if you have the `virConnectGetHostname' function. */
+#undef HAVE_VIRCONNECTGETHOSTNAME
+
+/* Define to 1 if you have the `virConnectGetURI' function. */
+#undef HAVE_VIRCONNECTGETURI
+
+/* Define to 1 if you have the `virDomainBlockStats' function. */
+#undef HAVE_VIRDOMAINBLOCKSTATS
+
+/* Define to 1 if you have the `virDomainGetSchedulerParameters' function. */
+#undef HAVE_VIRDOMAINGETSCHEDULERPARAMETERS
+
+/* Define to 1 if you have the `virDomainGetSchedulerType' function. */
+#undef HAVE_VIRDOMAINGETSCHEDULERTYPE
+
+/* Define to 1 if you have the `virDomainInterfaceStats' function. */
+#undef HAVE_VIRDOMAININTERFACESTATS
+
+/* Define to 1 if you have the `virDomainMigrate' function. */
+#undef HAVE_VIRDOMAINMIGRATE
+
+/* Define to 1 if you have the `virDomainSetSchedulerParameters' function. */
+#undef HAVE_VIRDOMAINSETSCHEDULERPARAMETERS
+
+/* Define to 1 if your C compiler doesn't accept -c and -o together. */
+#undef NO_MINUS_C_MINUS_O
+
+/* Define to the address where bug reports for this package should be sent. */
+#undef PACKAGE_BUGREPORT
+
+/* Define to the full name of this package. */
+#undef PACKAGE_NAME
+
+/* Define to the full name and version of this package. */
+#undef PACKAGE_STRING
+
+/* Define to the one symbol short name of this package. */
+#undef PACKAGE_TARNAME
+
+/* Define to the version of this package. */
+#undef PACKAGE_VERSION
+
+/* Define to 1 if the C compiler supports function prototypes. */
+#undef PROTOTYPES
+
+/* Define to 1 if you have the ANSI C header files. */
+#undef STDC_HEADERS
+
+/* Define like PROTOTYPES; this can be used by system headers. */
+#undef __PROTOTYPES
diff --git a/configure.ac b/configure.ac
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..f1dc5c8
--- /dev/null
+++ b/configure.ac
@@ -0,0 +1,104 @@
+dnl Process this file with autoconf to produce a configure script.
+
+AC_INIT(ocaml-libvirt,0.3.2.7)
+
+dnl Check for basic C environment.
+AC_PROG_CC
+AC_PROG_INSTALL
+AC_PROG_CPP
+
+AC_C_PROTOTYPES
+test "x$U" != "x" && AC_MSG_ERROR(Compiler not ANSI compliant)
+
+AC_PROG_CC_C_O
+
+dnl Check for libvirt development environment.
+AC_ARG_WITH(libvirt,
+ AC_HELP_STRING([--with-libvirt=PATH],[Set path to installed libvirt]),
+ [if test "x$withval" != "x"; then
+ CFLAGS="$CFLAGS -I$withval/include"
+ LDFLAGS="$LDFLAGS -L$withval/lib"
+ fi
+ ])
+AC_CHECK_LIB(virt,virConnectOpen,
+ [],
+ AC_MSG_ERROR([You must install libvirt library]))
+AC_CHECK_HEADER([libvirt/libvirt.h],
+ [],
+ AC_MSG_ERROR([You must install libvirt development package]))
+
+dnl Check for libvirt >= 0.2.1 (our minimum supported version).
+dnl See: http://libvirt.org/hvsupport.html
+AC_CHECK_FUNC(virConnectGetCapabilities,
+ [],
+ AC_MSG_ERROR([You must have libvirt >= 0.2.1]))
+
+dnl Check for optional libvirt functions added since 0.2.1.
+dnl See: http://libvirt.org/hvsupport.html
+AC_CHECK_FUNCS([virConnectGetHostname virConnectGetURI virDomainBlockStats virDomainGetSchedulerParameters virDomainGetSchedulerType virDomainInterfaceStats virDomainMigrate virDomainSetSchedulerParameters])
+
+dnl Check for optional ncurses.
+AC_CHECK_LIB(ncurses,initscr)
+
+dnl Check for basic OCaml environment & findlib.
+AC_PROG_OCAML
+AC_PROG_FINDLIB
+
+dnl Check for required OCaml packages.
+AC_CHECK_OCAML_PKG(unix)
+if test "x$pkg_unix" != "xyes"; then
+ AC_MSG_ERROR([Cannot find required OCaml package 'unix'])
+fi
+AC_CHECK_OCAML_PKG(extlib)
+if test "x$pkg_extlib" != "xyes"; then
+ AC_MSG_ERROR([Cannot find required OCaml package 'extlib'])
+fi
+
+dnl Check for optional OCaml packages.
+AC_CHECK_OCAML_PKG(lablgtk2)
+AC_CHECK_OCAML_PKG(curses)
+AC_CHECK_OCAML_PKG(gettext)
+AC_CHECK_OCAML_PKG(xml-light)
+AC_CHECK_OCAML_PKG(csv)
+
+AC_SUBST(pkg_lablgtk2)
+AC_SUBST(pkg_curses)
+AC_SUBST(pkg_gettext)
+AC_SUBST(pkg_xml_light)
+AC_SUBST(pkg_csv)
+
+dnl Check for optional perldoc (for building manual pages).
+AC_CHECK_PROG(HAVE_PERLDOC,perldoc,perldoc)
+
+dnl Summary.
+echo "------------------------------------------------------------"
+echo "Thanks for downloading" $PACKAGE_STRING
+echo " OCaml libvirt bindings . yes"
+echo " example programs . . . . yes"
+echo " mlvirsh . . . . . . . . yes"
+echo -n " mlvirtmanager . . . . . "
+if test "x$pkg_lablgtk2" = "xyes"; then
+ echo "yes"
+else
+ echo "no (needs optional lablgtk2)"
+fi
+echo -n " virt-top . . . . . . . "
+if test "x$pkg_curses" = "xyes"; then
+ echo "yes"
+else
+ echo "no (needs optional ocaml-curses)"
+fi
+echo "------------------------------------------------------------"
+
+dnl Produce output files.
+AC_CONFIG_HEADERS([config.h])
+AC_CONFIG_FILES([META
+ libvirt/libvirt_version.ml
+ Makefile
+ libvirt/Makefile
+ examples/Makefile
+ mlvirsh/Makefile
+ mlvirtmanager/Makefile
+ virt-top/Makefile
+ ])
+AC_OUTPUT
diff --git a/examples/.cvsignore b/examples/.cvsignore
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..1353c69
--- /dev/null
+++ b/examples/.cvsignore
@@ -0,0 +1,8 @@
+*.cmi
+*.cmo
+*.cmx
+*.cma
+*.cmxa
+Makefile
+list_domains
+list_domains.opt \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/examples/.depend b/examples/.depend
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..bc5cec2
--- /dev/null
+++ b/examples/.depend
@@ -0,0 +1,2 @@
+list_domains.cmo: ../libvirt/libvirt.cmi
+list_domains.cmx: ../libvirt/libvirt.cmx
diff --git a/examples/Makefile b/examples/Makefile
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..4692e36
--- /dev/null
+++ b/examples/Makefile
@@ -0,0 +1,32 @@
+# $Id: Makefile.in,v 1.1 2007/08/21 12:33:40 rjones Exp $
+
+OCAMLCPACKAGES := -package extlib,unix -I ../libvirt
+OCAMLCFLAGS := -g
+OCAMLCLIBS := -linkpkg
+
+OCAMLOPTPACKAGES := $(OCAMLCPACKAGES)
+OCAMLOPTFLAGS :=
+OCAMLOPTLIBS := $(OCAMLCLIBS)
+
+export LIBRARY_PATH=../libvirt
+export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=../libvirt
+
+BYTE_TARGETS := list_domains
+OPT_TARGETS := list_domains.opt
+
+all: $(BYTE_TARGETS)
+
+opt: $(OPT_TARGETS)
+
+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 $@ $<
+
+install:
+
+include ../Make.rules
diff --git a/examples/Makefile.in b/examples/Makefile.in
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..4692e36
--- /dev/null
+++ b/examples/Makefile.in
@@ -0,0 +1,32 @@
+# $Id: Makefile.in,v 1.1 2007/08/21 12:33:40 rjones Exp $
+
+OCAMLCPACKAGES := -package extlib,unix -I ../libvirt
+OCAMLCFLAGS := -g
+OCAMLCLIBS := -linkpkg
+
+OCAMLOPTPACKAGES := $(OCAMLCPACKAGES)
+OCAMLOPTFLAGS :=
+OCAMLOPTLIBS := $(OCAMLCLIBS)
+
+export LIBRARY_PATH=../libvirt
+export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=../libvirt
+
+BYTE_TARGETS := list_domains
+OPT_TARGETS := list_domains.opt
+
+all: $(BYTE_TARGETS)
+
+opt: $(OPT_TARGETS)
+
+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 $@ $<
+
+install:
+
+include ../Make.rules
diff --git a/examples/list_domains.ml b/examples/list_domains.ml
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..f752754
--- /dev/null
+++ b/examples/list_domains.ml
@@ -0,0 +1,47 @@
+(* 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/
+ $Id: list_domains.ml,v 1.1 2007/08/06 10:16:53 rjones Exp $
+ *)
+
+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 ?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/install-sh b/install-sh
new file mode 100755
index 0000000..4fbbae7
--- /dev/null
+++ b/install-sh
@@ -0,0 +1,507 @@
+#!/bin/sh
+# install - install a program, script, or datafile
+
+scriptversion=2006-10-14.15
+
+# This originates from X11R5 (mit/util/scripts/install.sh), which was
+# later released in X11R6 (xc/config/util/install.sh) with the
+# following copyright and license.
+#
+# Copyright (C) 1994 X Consortium
+#
+# Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy
+# of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to
+# deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the
+# rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or
+# sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is
+# furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:
+#
+# The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in
+# all copies or substantial portions of the Software.
+#
+# THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR
+# IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY,
+# FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE
+# X CONSORTIUM BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN
+# AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNEC-
+# TION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.
+#
+# Except as contained in this notice, the name of the X Consortium shall not
+# be used in advertising or otherwise to promote the sale, use or other deal-
+# ings in this Software without prior written authorization from the X Consor-
+# tium.
+#
+#
+# FSF changes to this file are in the public domain.
+#
+# Calling this script install-sh is preferred over install.sh, to prevent
+# `make' implicit rules from creating a file called install from it
+# when there is no Makefile.
+#
+# This script is compatible with the BSD install script, but was written
+# from scratch.
+
+nl='
+'
+IFS=" "" $nl"
+
+# set DOITPROG to echo to test this script
+
+# Don't use :- since 4.3BSD and earlier shells don't like it.
+doit="${DOITPROG-}"
+if test -z "$doit"; then
+ doit_exec=exec
+else
+ doit_exec=$doit
+fi
+
+# Put in absolute file names if you don't have them in your path;
+# or use environment vars.
+
+mvprog="${MVPROG-mv}"
+cpprog="${CPPROG-cp}"
+chmodprog="${CHMODPROG-chmod}"
+chownprog="${CHOWNPROG-chown}"
+chgrpprog="${CHGRPPROG-chgrp}"
+stripprog="${STRIPPROG-strip}"
+rmprog="${RMPROG-rm}"
+mkdirprog="${MKDIRPROG-mkdir}"
+
+posix_glob=
+posix_mkdir=
+
+# Desired mode of installed file.
+mode=0755
+
+chmodcmd=$chmodprog
+chowncmd=
+chgrpcmd=
+stripcmd=
+rmcmd="$rmprog -f"
+mvcmd="$mvprog"
+src=
+dst=
+dir_arg=
+dstarg=
+no_target_directory=
+
+usage="Usage: $0 [OPTION]... [-T] SRCFILE DSTFILE
+ or: $0 [OPTION]... SRCFILES... DIRECTORY
+ or: $0 [OPTION]... -t DIRECTORY SRCFILES...
+ or: $0 [OPTION]... -d DIRECTORIES...
+
+In the 1st form, copy SRCFILE to DSTFILE.
+In the 2nd and 3rd, copy all SRCFILES to DIRECTORY.
+In the 4th, create DIRECTORIES.
+
+Options:
+-c (ignored)
+-d create directories instead of installing files.
+-g GROUP $chgrpprog installed files to GROUP.
+-m MODE $chmodprog installed files to MODE.
+-o USER $chownprog installed files to USER.
+-s $stripprog installed files.
+-t DIRECTORY install into DIRECTORY.
+-T report an error if DSTFILE is a directory.
+--help display this help and exit.
+--version display version info and exit.
+
+Environment variables override the default commands:
+ CHGRPPROG CHMODPROG CHOWNPROG CPPROG MKDIRPROG MVPROG RMPROG STRIPPROG
+"
+
+while test $# -ne 0; do
+ case $1 in
+ -c) shift
+ continue;;
+
+ -d) dir_arg=true
+ shift
+ continue;;
+
+ -g) chgrpcmd="$chgrpprog $2"
+ shift
+ shift
+ continue;;
+
+ --help) echo "$usage"; exit $?;;
+
+ -m) mode=$2
+ shift
+ shift
+ case $mode in
+ *' '* | *' '* | *'
+'* | *'*'* | *'?'* | *'['*)
+ echo "$0: invalid mode: $mode" >&2
+ exit 1;;
+ esac
+ continue;;
+
+ -o) chowncmd="$chownprog $2"
+ shift
+ shift
+ continue;;
+
+ -s) stripcmd=$stripprog
+ shift
+ continue;;
+
+ -t) dstarg=$2
+ shift
+ shift
+ continue;;
+
+ -T) no_target_directory=true
+ shift
+ continue;;
+
+ --version) echo "$0 $scriptversion"; exit $?;;
+
+ --) shift
+ break;;
+
+ -*) echo "$0: invalid option: $1" >&2
+ exit 1;;
+
+ *) break;;
+ esac
+done
+
+if test $# -ne 0 && test -z "$dir_arg$dstarg"; then
+ # When -d is used, all remaining arguments are directories to create.
+ # When -t is used, the destination is already specified.
+ # Otherwise, the last argument is the destination. Remove it from $@.
+ for arg
+ do
+ if test -n "$dstarg"; then
+ # $@ is not empty: it contains at least $arg.
+ set fnord "$@" "$dstarg"
+ shift # fnord
+ fi
+ shift # arg
+ dstarg=$arg
+ done
+fi
+
+if test $# -eq 0; then
+ if test -z "$dir_arg"; then
+ echo "$0: no input file specified." >&2
+ exit 1
+ fi
+ # It's OK to call `install-sh -d' without argument.
+ # This can happen when creating conditional directories.
+ exit 0
+fi
+
+if test -z "$dir_arg"; then
+ trap '(exit $?); exit' 1 2 13 15
+
+ # Set umask so as not to create temps with too-generous modes.
+ # However, 'strip' requires both read and write access to temps.
+ case $mode in
+ # Optimize common cases.
+ *644) cp_umask=133;;
+ *755) cp_umask=22;;
+
+ *[0-7])
+ if test -z "$stripcmd"; then
+ u_plus_rw=
+ else
+ u_plus_rw='% 200'
+ fi
+ cp_umask=`expr '(' 777 - $mode % 1000 ')' $u_plus_rw`;;
+ *)
+ if test -z "$stripcmd"; then
+ u_plus_rw=
+ else
+ u_plus_rw=,u+rw
+ fi
+ cp_umask=$mode$u_plus_rw;;
+ esac
+fi
+
+for src
+do
+ # Protect names starting with `-'.
+ case $src in
+ -*) src=./$src ;;
+ esac
+
+ if test -n "$dir_arg"; then
+ dst=$src
+ dstdir=$dst
+ test -d "$dstdir"
+ dstdir_status=$?
+ else
+
+ # Waiting for this to be detected by the "$cpprog $src $dsttmp" command
+ # might cause directories to be created, which would be especially bad
+ # if $src (and thus $dsttmp) contains '*'.
+ if test ! -f "$src" && test ! -d "$src"; then
+ echo "$0: $src does not exist." >&2
+ exit 1
+ fi
+
+ if test -z "$dstarg"; then
+ echo "$0: no destination specified." >&2
+ exit 1
+ fi
+
+ dst=$dstarg
+ # Protect names starting with `-'.
+ case $dst in
+ -*) dst=./$dst ;;
+ esac
+
+ # If destination is a directory, append the input filename; won't work
+ # if double slashes aren't ignored.
+ if test -d "$dst"; then
+ if test -n "$no_target_directory"; then
+ echo "$0: $dstarg: Is a directory" >&2
+ exit 1
+ fi
+ dstdir=$dst
+ dst=$dstdir/`basename "$src"`
+ dstdir_status=0
+ else
+ # Prefer dirname, but fall back on a substitute if dirname fails.
+ dstdir=`
+ (dirname "$dst") 2>/dev/null ||
+ expr X"$dst" : 'X\(.*[^/]\)//*[^/][^/]*/*$' \| \
+ X"$dst" : 'X\(//\)[^/]' \| \
+ X"$dst" : 'X\(//\)$' \| \
+ X"$dst" : 'X\(/\)' \| . 2>/dev/null ||
+ echo X"$dst" |
+ sed '/^X\(.*[^/]\)\/\/*[^/][^/]*\/*$/{
+ s//\1/
+ q
+ }
+ /^X\(\/\/\)[^/].*/{
+ s//\1/
+ q
+ }
+ /^X\(\/\/\)$/{
+ s//\1/
+ q
+ }
+ /^X\(\/\).*/{
+ s//\1/
+ q
+ }
+ s/.*/./; q'
+ `
+
+ test -d "$dstdir"
+ dstdir_status=$?
+ fi
+ fi
+
+ obsolete_mkdir_used=false
+
+ if test $dstdir_status != 0; then
+ case $posix_mkdir in
+ '')
+ # Create intermediate dirs using mode 755 as modified by the umask.
+ # This is like FreeBSD 'install' as of 1997-10-28.
+ umask=`umask`
+ case $stripcmd.$umask in
+ # Optimize common cases.
+ *[2367][2367]) mkdir_umask=$umask;;
+ .*0[02][02] | .[02][02] | .[02]) mkdir_umask=22;;
+
+ *[0-7])
+ mkdir_umask=`expr $umask + 22 \
+ - $umask % 100 % 40 + $umask % 20 \
+ - $umask % 10 % 4 + $umask % 2
+ `;;
+ *) mkdir_umask=$umask,go-w;;
+ esac
+
+ # With -d, create the new directory with the user-specified mode.
+ # Otherwise, rely on $mkdir_umask.
+ if test -n "$dir_arg"; then
+ mkdir_mode=-m$mode
+ else
+ mkdir_mode=
+ fi
+
+ posix_mkdir=false
+ case $umask in
+ *[123567][0-7][0-7])
+ # POSIX mkdir -p sets u+wx bits regardless of umask, which
+ # is incompatible with FreeBSD 'install' when (umask & 300) != 0.
+ ;;
+ *)
+ tmpdir=${TMPDIR-/tmp}/ins$RANDOM-$$
+ trap 'ret=$?; rmdir "$tmpdir/d" "$tmpdir" 2>/dev/null; exit $ret' 0
+
+ if (umask $mkdir_umask &&
+ exec $mkdirprog $mkdir_mode -p -- "$tmpdir/d") >/dev/null 2>&1
+ then
+ if test -z "$dir_arg" || {
+ # Check for POSIX incompatibilities with -m.
+ # HP-UX 11.23 and IRIX 6.5 mkdir -m -p sets group- or
+ # other-writeable bit of parent directory when it shouldn't.
+ # FreeBSD 6.1 mkdir -m -p sets mode of existing directory.
+ ls_ld_tmpdir=`ls -ld "$tmpdir"`
+ case $ls_ld_tmpdir in
+ d????-?r-*) different_mode=700;;
+ d????-?--*) different_mode=755;;
+ *) false;;
+ esac &&
+ $mkdirprog -m$different_mode -p -- "$tmpdir" && {
+ ls_ld_tmpdir_1=`ls -ld "$tmpdir"`
+ test "$ls_ld_tmpdir" = "$ls_ld_tmpdir_1"
+ }
+ }
+ then posix_mkdir=:
+ fi
+ rmdir "$tmpdir/d" "$tmpdir"
+ else
+ # Remove any dirs left behind by ancient mkdir implementations.
+ rmdir ./$mkdir_mode ./-p ./-- 2>/dev/null
+ fi
+ trap '' 0;;
+ esac;;
+ esac
+
+ if
+ $posix_mkdir && (
+ umask $mkdir_umask &&
+ $doit_exec $mkdirprog $mkdir_mode -p -- "$dstdir"
+ )
+ then :
+ else
+
+ # The umask is ridiculous, or mkdir does not conform to POSIX,
+ # or it failed possibly due to a race condition. Create the
+ # directory the slow way, step by step, checking for races as we go.
+
+ case $dstdir in
+ /*) prefix=/ ;;
+ -*) prefix=./ ;;
+ *) prefix= ;;
+ esac
+
+ case $posix_glob in
+ '')
+ if (set -f) 2>/dev/null; then
+ posix_glob=true
+ else
+ posix_glob=false
+ fi ;;
+ esac
+
+ oIFS=$IFS
+ IFS=/
+ $posix_glob && set -f
+ set fnord $dstdir
+ shift
+ $posix_glob && set +f
+ IFS=$oIFS
+
+ prefixes=
+
+ for d
+ do
+ test -z "$d" && continue
+
+ prefix=$prefix$d
+ if test -d "$prefix"; then
+ prefixes=
+ else
+ if $posix_mkdir; then
+ (umask=$mkdir_umask &&
+ $doit_exec $mkdirprog $mkdir_mode -p -- "$dstdir") && break
+ # Don't fail if two instances are running concurrently.
+ test -d "$prefix" || exit 1
+ else
+ case $prefix in
+ *\'*) qprefix=`echo "$prefix" | sed "s/'/'\\\\\\\\''/g"`;;
+ *) qprefix=$prefix;;
+ esac
+ prefixes="$prefixes '$qprefix'"
+ fi
+ fi
+ prefix=$prefix/
+ done
+
+ if test -n "$prefixes"; then
+ # Don't fail if two instances are running concurrently.
+ (umask $mkdir_umask &&
+ eval "\$doit_exec \$mkdirprog $prefixes") ||
+ test -d "$dstdir" || exit 1
+ obsolete_mkdir_used=true
+ fi
+ fi
+ fi
+
+ if test -n "$dir_arg"; then
+ { test -z "$chowncmd" || $doit $chowncmd "$dst"; } &&
+ { test -z "$chgrpcmd" || $doit $chgrpcmd "$dst"; } &&
+ { test "$obsolete_mkdir_used$chowncmd$chgrpcmd" = false ||
+ test -z "$chmodcmd" || $doit $chmodcmd $mode "$dst"; } || exit 1
+ else
+
+ # Make a couple of temp file names in the proper directory.
+ dsttmp=$dstdir/_inst.$$_
+ rmtmp=$dstdir/_rm.$$_
+
+ # Trap to clean up those temp files at exit.
+ trap 'ret=$?; rm -f "$dsttmp" "$rmtmp" && exit $ret' 0
+
+ # Copy the file name to the temp name.
+ (umask $cp_umask && $doit_exec $cpprog "$src" "$dsttmp") &&
+
+ # and set any options; do chmod last to preserve setuid bits.
+ #
+ # If any of these fail, we abort the whole thing. If we want to
+ # ignore errors from any of these, just make sure not to ignore
+ # errors from the above "$doit $cpprog $src $dsttmp" command.
+ #
+ { test -z "$chowncmd" || $doit $chowncmd "$dsttmp"; } \
+ && { test -z "$chgrpcmd" || $doit $chgrpcmd "$dsttmp"; } \
+ && { test -z "$stripcmd" || $doit $stripcmd "$dsttmp"; } \
+ && { test -z "$chmodcmd" || $doit $chmodcmd $mode "$dsttmp"; } &&
+
+ # Now rename the file to the real destination.
+ { $doit $mvcmd -f "$dsttmp" "$dst" 2>/dev/null \
+ || {
+ # The rename failed, perhaps because mv can't rename something else
+ # to itself, or perhaps because mv is so ancient that it does not
+ # support -f.
+
+ # Now remove or move aside any old file at destination location.
+ # We try this two ways since rm can't unlink itself on some
+ # systems and the destination file might be busy for other
+ # reasons. In this case, the final cleanup might fail but the new
+ # file should still install successfully.
+ {
+ if test -f "$dst"; then
+ $doit $rmcmd -f "$dst" 2>/dev/null \
+ || { $doit $mvcmd -f "$dst" "$rmtmp" 2>/dev/null \
+ && { $doit $rmcmd -f "$rmtmp" 2>/dev/null; :; }; }\
+ || {
+ echo "$0: cannot unlink or rename $dst" >&2
+ (exit 1); exit 1
+ }
+ else
+ :
+ fi
+ } &&
+
+ # Now rename the file to the real destination.
+ $doit $mvcmd "$dsttmp" "$dst"
+ }
+ } || exit 1
+
+ trap '' 0
+ fi
+done
+
+# Local variables:
+# eval: (add-hook 'write-file-hooks 'time-stamp)
+# time-stamp-start: "scriptversion="
+# time-stamp-format: "%:y-%02m-%02d.%02H"
+# time-stamp-end: "$"
+# End:
diff --git a/libvirt/.cvsignore b/libvirt/.cvsignore
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..beb49ff
--- /dev/null
+++ b/libvirt/.cvsignore
@@ -0,0 +1,7 @@
+*.cmi
+*.cmo
+*.cmx
+*.cma
+*.cmxa
+Makefile
+libvirt_version.ml \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/libvirt/.depend b/libvirt/.depend
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..5556d96
--- /dev/null
+++ b/libvirt/.depend
@@ -0,0 +1,4 @@
+libvirt.cmo: libvirt.cmi
+libvirt.cmx: libvirt.cmi
+libvirt_version.cmo: libvirt_version.cmi
+libvirt_version.cmx: libvirt_version.cmi
diff --git a/libvirt/Makefile b/libvirt/Makefile
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..e22d9f7
--- /dev/null
+++ b/libvirt/Makefile
@@ -0,0 +1,44 @@
+# $Id: Makefile.in,v 1.2 2007/08/21 13:24:08 rjones Exp $
+
+CFLAGS := -g -O2 -I/home/rjones/local/include \
+ -I.. \
+ -I$(shell ocamlc -where) \
+ -Wall -Werror \
+ -fPIC \
+ -g
+LDFLAGS := -L/home/rjones/local/lib
+
+OCAMLCPACKAGES := -package extlib,unix
+OCAMLCFLAGS := -g
+OCAMLCLIBS := -linkpkg
+
+OCAMLOPTPACKAGES := $(OCAMLCPACKAGES)
+OCAMLOPTFLAGS :=
+OCAMLOPTLIBS := $(OCAMLCLIBS)
+
+export LIBRARY_PATH=.
+export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=.
+
+BYTE_TARGETS := libvirt.cma
+OPT_TARGETS := libvirt.cmxa
+
+all: $(BYTE_TARGETS)
+
+opt: $(OPT_TARGETS)
+
+libvirt.cma: libvirt_c.o libvirt.cmo libvirt_version.cmo
+ ocamlmklib -o mllibvirt $^ $(LDFLAGS) -lvirt
+
+libvirt.cmxa: libvirt_c.o libvirt.cmx libvirt_version.cmx
+ ocamlmklib -o mllibvirt $^ $(LDFLAGS) -lvirt
+
+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 *.mli
+
+include ../Make.rules
diff --git a/libvirt/Makefile.in b/libvirt/Makefile.in
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..ff90d72
--- /dev/null
+++ b/libvirt/Makefile.in
@@ -0,0 +1,44 @@
+# $Id: Makefile.in,v 1.2 2007/08/21 13:24:08 rjones Exp $
+
+CFLAGS := @CFLAGS@ \
+ -I.. \
+ -I$(shell ocamlc -where) \
+ -Wall -Werror \
+ -fPIC \
+ -g
+LDFLAGS := @LDFLAGS@
+
+OCAMLCPACKAGES := -package extlib,unix
+OCAMLCFLAGS := -g
+OCAMLCLIBS := -linkpkg
+
+OCAMLOPTPACKAGES := $(OCAMLCPACKAGES)
+OCAMLOPTFLAGS :=
+OCAMLOPTLIBS := $(OCAMLCLIBS)
+
+export LIBRARY_PATH=.
+export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=.
+
+BYTE_TARGETS := libvirt.cma
+OPT_TARGETS := libvirt.cmxa
+
+all: $(BYTE_TARGETS)
+
+opt: $(OPT_TARGETS)
+
+libvirt.cma: libvirt_c.o libvirt.cmo libvirt_version.cmo
+ ocamlmklib -o mllibvirt $^ $(LDFLAGS) -lvirt
+
+libvirt.cmxa: libvirt_c.o libvirt.cmx libvirt_version.cmx
+ ocamlmklib -o mllibvirt $^ $(LDFLAGS) -lvirt
+
+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 *.mli
+
+include ../Make.rules
diff --git a/libvirt/libvirt.ml b/libvirt/libvirt.ml
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..14dca54
--- /dev/null
+++ b/libvirt/libvirt.ml
@@ -0,0 +1,379 @@
+(* OCaml bindings for libvirt.
+ (C) Copyright 2007 Richard W.M. Jones, Red Hat Inc.
+ http://libvirt.org/
+ $Id: libvirt.ml,v 1.2 2007/08/21 13:24:08 rjones Exp $
+*)
+
+type uuid = string
+
+type xml = 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]
+
+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 -> string = "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 get_node_info : [>`R] t -> node_info = "ocaml_libvirt_connect_get_node_info"
+
+ (* 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 dom
+ type 'rw t = 'rw dom * 'rw Connect.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 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 -> string -> unit = "ocaml_libvirt_domain_save"
+ external restore : [>`W] Connect.t -> string -> unit = "ocaml_libvirt_domain_restore"
+ external core_dump : [>`W] t -> string -> unit = "ocaml_libvirt_domain_core_dump"
+ 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 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 net
+ type 'rw t = 'rw net * 'rw Connect.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 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 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 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
+
+ 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"
+
+ type level =
+ | VIR_ERR_NONE
+ | VIR_ERR_WARNING
+ | VIR_ERR_ERROR
+
+ let string_of_level = function
+ | VIR_ERR_NONE -> "VIR_ERR_NONE"
+ | VIR_ERR_WARNING -> "VIR_ERR_WARNING"
+ | VIR_ERR_ERROR -> "VIR_ERR_ERROR"
+
+ 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
+
+ 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"
+
+ 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
+
+(* Initialization. *)
+external c_init : unit -> unit = "ocaml_libvirt_init"
+let () =
+ Callback.register_exception
+ "ocaml_libvirt_virterror" (Virterror (Virterror.no_error ()));
+ c_init ()
diff --git a/libvirt/libvirt.mli b/libvirt/libvirt.mli
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..66f94c7
--- /dev/null
+++ b/libvirt/libvirt.mli
@@ -0,0 +1,416 @@
+(** OCaml bindings for libvirt.
+ (C) Copyright 2007 Richard W.M. Jones, Red Hat Inc.
+ http://libvirt.org/
+ $Id: libvirt.mli,v 1.3 2007/08/22 10:04:07 rjones Exp $
+*)
+
+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.
+*)
+
+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. *)
+
+(* These phantom types are used to ensure the type-safety of read-only
+ * versus read-write connections. For more information see:
+ * http://caml.inria.fr/pub/ml-archives/caml-list/2004/07/80683af867cce6bf8fff273973f70c95.en.html
+ *)
+type rw = [`R|`W]
+type ro = [`R]
+
+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
+ val get_version : [>`R] t -> int
+ val get_hostname : [>`R] t -> string
+ val get_uri : [>`R] t -> string
+ val get_max_vcpus : [>`R] t -> ?type_:string -> unit -> int
+ val list_domains : [>`R] t -> int -> int array
+ val num_of_domains : [>`R] t -> int
+ val get_capabilities : [>`R] t -> string
+ val num_of_defined_domains : [>`R] t -> int
+ val list_defined_domains : [>`R] t -> int -> string array
+ val num_of_networks : [>`R] t -> int
+ val list_networks : [>`R] t -> int -> string array
+ val num_of_defined_networks : [>`R] t -> int
+ val list_defined_networks : [>`R] t -> int -> string array
+
+ (* The name of this function is inconsistent, but the inconsistency
+ * is really in libvirt itself.
+ *)
+ val get_node_info : [>`R] t -> node_info
+
+ 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.
+ *)
+
+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
+ val lookup_by_id : 'a Connect.t -> int -> 'a t
+ val lookup_by_uuid : 'a Connect.t -> uuid -> 'a t
+ val lookup_by_uuid_string : 'a Connect.t -> string -> 'a t
+ val lookup_by_name : 'a Connect.t -> string -> 'a t
+ val destroy : [>`W] t -> unit
+ 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
+ val resume : [>`W] t -> unit
+ val save : [>`W] t -> string -> unit
+ val restore : [>`W] Connect.t -> string -> unit
+ val core_dump : [>`W] t -> string -> unit
+ val shutdown : [>`W] t -> unit
+ val reboot : [>`W] t -> unit
+ val get_name : [>`R] t -> string
+ val get_uuid : [>`R] t -> uuid
+ val get_uuid_string : [>`R] t -> 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
+ val get_max_memory : [>`R] t -> int64
+ val set_max_memory : [>`W] t -> int64 -> unit
+ val set_memory : [>`W] t -> int64 -> unit
+ val get_info : [>`R] t -> info
+ val get_xml_desc : [>`R] t -> xml
+ val get_scheduler_type : [>`R] t -> string * int
+ val get_scheduler_parameters : [>`R] t -> int -> sched_param array
+ val set_scheduler_parameters : [>`W] t -> sched_param array -> unit
+ val define_xml : [>`W] Connect.t -> xml -> rw t
+ val undefine : [>`W] t -> unit
+ val create : [>`W] t -> unit
+ val get_autostart : [>`R] t -> bool
+ val set_autostart : [>`W] t -> bool -> unit
+ val set_vcpus : [>`W] t -> int -> unit
+ val pin_vcpu : [>`W] t -> int -> string -> unit
+ val get_vcpus : [>`R] t -> int -> int -> int * vcpu_info array * string
+ val get_max_vcpus : [>`R] t -> int
+ val attach_device : [>`W] t -> xml -> unit
+ val detach_device : [>`W] t -> xml -> unit
+
+ val migrate : [>`W] t -> [>`W] Connect.t -> migrate_flag list ->
+ ?dname:string -> ?uri:string -> ?bandwidth:int -> unit -> rw t
+
+ val block_stats : [>`R] t -> string -> block_stats
+ val interface_stats : [>`R] t -> string -> 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.
+ *)
+
+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
+ val lookup_by_uuid : 'a Connect.t -> uuid -> 'a t
+ val lookup_by_uuid_string : 'a Connect.t -> string -> 'a t
+ val create_xml : [>`W] Connect.t -> xml -> rw t
+ val define_xml : [>`W] Connect.t -> xml -> rw t
+ val undefine : [>`W] t -> unit
+ val create : [>`W] t -> unit
+ val destroy : [>`W] t -> unit
+ 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
+ val get_uuid : [>`R] t -> uuid
+ val get_uuid_string : [>`R] t -> string
+ val get_xml_desc : [>`R] t -> xml
+ val get_bridge_name : [>`R] t -> string
+ val get_autostart : [>`R] t -> bool
+ val set_autostart : [>`W] t -> bool -> unit
+
+ 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.
+ *)
+
+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
+ (** See [<libvirt/virterror.h>] for meaning of these codes. *)
+
+ val string_of_code : code -> string
+
+ type level =
+ | VIR_ERR_NONE
+ | VIR_ERR_WARNING
+ | VIR_ERR_ERROR
+ (** No error, a warning or an error. *)
+
+ val string_of_level : level -> 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
+ (** Subsystem / driver which produced the error. *)
+
+ val string_of_domain : domain -> 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.
+
+ Note that functions may also raise
+ [Invalid_argument "virFoo not supported"]
+ (where virFoo is the libvirt function name) if a function is
+ not supported at either compile or runtime. This applies to
+ any libvirt function added after version 0.2.1.
+ See also [http://libvirt.org/hvsupport.html]
+*)
+
diff --git a/libvirt/libvirt_c.c b/libvirt/libvirt_c.c
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..808dd82
--- /dev/null
+++ b/libvirt/libvirt_c.c
@@ -0,0 +1,1953 @@
+/* OCaml bindings for libvirt.
+ * (C) Copyright 2007 Richard W.M. Jones, Red Hat Inc.
+ * http://libvirt.org/
+ * $Id: libvirt_c.c,v 1.6 2007/08/30 13:16:57 rjones Exp $
+ */
+
+#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>
+
+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 value _raise_virterror (virConnectPtr conn, const char *fn);
+static value Val_virterror (virErrorPtr err);
+
+#define CHECK_ERROR(cond, conn, fn) \
+ do { if (cond) _raise_virterror (conn, fn); } while (0)
+
+#define NOT_SUPPORTED(fn) \
+ caml_invalid_argument (fn " not supported")
+
+/* 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 */
+
+#ifdef HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS
+#ifdef HAVE_VIRCONNECTGETHOSTNAME
+extern char *virConnectGetHostname (virConnectPtr conn)
+ __attribute__((weak));
+#endif
+#ifdef HAVE_VIRCONNECTGETURI
+extern char *virConnectGetURI (virConnectPtr conn)
+ __attribute__((weak));
+#endif
+#ifdef HAVE_VIRDOMAINBLOCKSTATS
+extern int virDomainBlockStats (virDomainPtr dom,
+ const char *path,
+ virDomainBlockStatsPtr stats,
+ size_t size)
+ __attribute__((weak));
+#endif
+#ifdef HAVE_VIRDOMAINGETSCHEDULERPARAMETERS
+extern int virDomainGetSchedulerParameters (virDomainPtr domain,
+ virSchedParameterPtr params,
+ int *nparams)
+ __attribute__((weak));
+#endif
+#ifdef HAVE_VIRDOMAINGETSCHEDULERTYPE
+extern char *virDomainGetSchedulerType(virDomainPtr domain,
+ int *nparams)
+ __attribute__((weak));
+#endif
+#ifdef HAVE_VIRDOMAININTERFACESTATS
+extern int virDomainInterfaceStats (virDomainPtr dom,
+ const char *path,
+ virDomainInterfaceStatsPtr stats,
+ size_t size)
+ __attribute__((weak));
+#endif
+#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
+#ifdef HAVE_VIRDOMAINSETSCHEDULERPARAMETERS
+extern int virDomainSetSchedulerParameters (virDomainPtr domain,
+ virSchedParameterPtr params,
+ int nparams)
+ __attribute__((weak));
+#endif
+#endif /* HAVE_WEAK_SYMBOLS */
+
+/*----------------------------------------------------------------------*/
+
+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;
+ 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);
+}
+
+/*----------------------------------------------------------------------*/
+
+/* 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.).
+ */
+
+/* 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)))
+
+/* 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);
+
+/* 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)))
+#define Connect_domv(rv) (Connect_val(Field((rv),1)))
+#define Connect_netv(rv) (Connect_val(Field((rv),1)))
+
+static value Val_domain (virDomainPtr dom, value connv);
+static value Val_network (virNetworkPtr net, value connv);
+
+/* 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);
+
+/*----------------------------------------------------------------------*/
+
+/* 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;
+
+ 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;
+
+ conn = virConnectOpenReadOnly (name);
+ CHECK_ERROR (!conn, NULL, "virConnectOpen");
+
+ rv = Val_connect (conn);
+
+ CAMLreturn (rv);
+}
+
+CAMLprim value
+ocaml_libvirt_connect_close (value connv)
+{
+ CAMLparam1 (connv);
+ virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
+ int r;
+
+ 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);
+}
+
+CAMLprim value
+ocaml_libvirt_connect_get_type (value connv)
+{
+ CAMLparam1 (connv);
+ CAMLlocal1 (rv);
+ virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
+ const char *r;
+
+ r = virConnectGetType (conn);
+ CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virConnectGetType");
+
+ rv = caml_copy_string (r);
+ CAMLreturn (rv);
+}
+
+CAMLprim value
+ocaml_libvirt_connect_get_version (value connv)
+{
+ CAMLparam1 (connv);
+ virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
+ unsigned long hvVer;
+ int r;
+
+ r = virConnectGetVersion (conn, &hvVer);
+ CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virConnectGetVersion");
+
+ CAMLreturn (Val_int (hvVer));
+}
+
+CAMLprim value
+ocaml_libvirt_connect_get_hostname (value connv)
+{
+#ifdef HAVE_VIRCONNECTGETHOSTNAME
+ CAMLparam1 (connv);
+ CAMLlocal1 (rv);
+ virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
+ char *r;
+
+ WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virConnectGetHostname);
+ r = virConnectGetHostname (conn);
+ CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virConnectGetHostname");
+
+ rv = caml_copy_string (r);
+ free (r);
+ CAMLreturn (rv);
+#else
+ NOT_SUPPORTED ("virConnectGetHostname");
+#endif
+}
+
+CAMLprim value
+ocaml_libvirt_connect_get_uri (value connv)
+{
+#ifdef HAVE_VIRCONNECTGETURI
+ CAMLparam1 (connv);
+ CAMLlocal1 (rv);
+ virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
+ char *r;
+
+ WEAK_SYMBOL_CHECK (virConnectGetURI);
+ r = virConnectGetURI (conn);
+ CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virConnectGetURI");
+
+ rv = caml_copy_string (r);
+ free (r);
+ CAMLreturn (rv);
+#else
+ NOT_SUPPORTED ("virConnectGetURI");
+#endif
+}
+
+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;
+
+ r = virConnectGetMaxVcpus (conn, type);
+ CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virConnectGetMaxVcpus");
+
+ CAMLreturn (Val_int (r));
+}
+
+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;
+
+ 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);
+}
+
+CAMLprim value
+ocaml_libvirt_connect_num_of_domains (value connv)
+{
+ CAMLparam1 (connv);
+ virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
+ int r;
+
+ r = virConnectNumOfDomains (conn);
+ CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virConnectNumOfDomains");
+
+ CAMLreturn (Val_int (r));
+}
+
+CAMLprim value
+ocaml_libvirt_connect_get_capabilities (value connv)
+{
+ CAMLparam1 (connv);
+ CAMLlocal1 (rv);
+ virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
+ char *r;
+
+ r = virConnectGetCapabilities (conn);
+ CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virConnectGetCapabilities");
+
+ rv = caml_copy_string (r);
+ free (r);
+
+ CAMLreturn (rv);
+}
+
+CAMLprim value
+ocaml_libvirt_connect_num_of_defined_domains (value connv)
+{
+ CAMLparam1 (connv);
+ virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
+ int r;
+
+ r = virConnectNumOfDefinedDomains (conn);
+ CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virConnectNumOfDefinedDomains");
+
+ CAMLreturn (Val_int (r));
+}
+
+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;
+
+ 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);
+}
+
+CAMLprim value
+ocaml_libvirt_connect_num_of_networks (value connv)
+{
+ CAMLparam1 (connv);
+ virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
+ int r;
+
+ r = virConnectNumOfNetworks (conn);
+ CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virConnectNumOfNetworks");
+
+ CAMLreturn (Val_int (r));
+}
+
+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;
+
+ 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);
+}
+
+CAMLprim value
+ocaml_libvirt_connect_num_of_defined_networks (value connv)
+{
+ CAMLparam1 (connv);
+ virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
+ int r;
+
+ r = virConnectNumOfDefinedNetworks (conn);
+ CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virConnectNumOfDefinedNetworks");
+
+ CAMLreturn (Val_int (r));
+}
+
+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;
+
+ 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);
+}
+
+CAMLprim value
+ocaml_libvirt_connect_get_node_info (value connv)
+{
+ CAMLparam1 (connv);
+ CAMLlocal2 (rv, v);
+ virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
+ virNodeInfo info;
+ int r;
+
+ 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);
+}
+
+CAMLprim value
+ocaml_libvirt_domain_create_linux (value connv, value xmlv)
+{
+ CAMLparam2 (connv, xmlv);
+ CAMLlocal1 (rv);
+ virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
+ char *xml = String_val (xmlv);
+ virDomainPtr r;
+
+ r = virDomainCreateLinux (conn, xml, 0);
+ CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virDomainCreateLinux");
+
+ rv = Val_domain (r, connv);
+ CAMLreturn (rv);
+}
+
+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;
+
+ r = virDomainLookupByID (conn, i);
+ CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virDomainLookupByID");
+
+ rv = Val_domain (r, connv);
+ CAMLreturn (rv);
+}
+
+CAMLprim value
+ocaml_libvirt_domain_lookup_by_uuid (value connv, value uuidv)
+{
+ CAMLparam2 (connv, uuidv);
+ CAMLlocal1 (rv);
+ virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
+ char *uuid = String_val (uuidv);
+ virDomainPtr r;
+
+ r = virDomainLookupByUUID (conn, (unsigned char *) uuid);
+ CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virDomainLookupByUUID");
+
+ rv = Val_domain (r, connv);
+ CAMLreturn (rv);
+}
+
+CAMLprim value
+ocaml_libvirt_domain_lookup_by_uuid_string (value connv, value uuidv)
+{
+ CAMLparam2 (connv, uuidv);
+ CAMLlocal1 (rv);
+ virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
+ char *uuid = String_val (uuidv);
+ virDomainPtr r;
+
+ r = virDomainLookupByUUIDString (conn, uuid);
+ CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virDomainLookupByUUIDString");
+
+ rv = Val_domain (r, connv);
+ CAMLreturn (rv);
+}
+
+CAMLprim value
+ocaml_libvirt_domain_lookup_by_name (value connv, value namev)
+{
+ CAMLparam2 (connv, namev);
+ CAMLlocal1 (rv);
+ virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
+ char *name = String_val (namev);
+ virDomainPtr r;
+
+ r = virDomainLookupByName (conn, name);
+ CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virDomainLookupByName");
+
+ rv = Val_domain (r, connv);
+ CAMLreturn (rv);
+}
+
+CAMLprim value
+ocaml_libvirt_domain_destroy (value domv)
+{
+ CAMLparam1 (domv);
+ virDomainPtr dom = Domain_val (domv);
+ virConnectPtr conn = Connect_domv (domv);
+ int r;
+
+ 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);
+}
+
+CAMLprim value
+ocaml_libvirt_domain_free (value domv)
+{
+ CAMLparam1 (domv);
+ virDomainPtr dom = Domain_val (domv);
+ virConnectPtr conn = Connect_domv (domv);
+ int r;
+
+ 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);
+}
+
+CAMLprim value
+ocaml_libvirt_domain_suspend (value domv)
+{
+ CAMLparam1 (domv);
+ virDomainPtr dom = Domain_val (domv);
+ virConnectPtr conn = Connect_domv (domv);
+ int r;
+
+ r = virDomainSuspend (dom);
+ CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virDomainSuspend");
+
+ CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
+}
+
+CAMLprim value
+ocaml_libvirt_domain_resume (value domv)
+{
+ CAMLparam1 (domv);
+ virDomainPtr dom = Domain_val (domv);
+ virConnectPtr conn = Connect_domv (domv);
+ int r;
+
+ r = virDomainResume (dom);
+ CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virDomainResume");
+
+ CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
+}
+
+CAMLprim value
+ocaml_libvirt_domain_save (value domv, value pathv)
+{
+ CAMLparam2 (domv, pathv);
+ virDomainPtr dom = Domain_val (domv);
+ virConnectPtr conn = Connect_domv (domv);
+ char *path = String_val (pathv);
+ int r;
+
+ r = virDomainSave (dom, path);
+ CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virDomainSave");
+
+ CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
+}
+
+CAMLprim value
+ocaml_libvirt_domain_restore (value connv, value pathv)
+{
+ CAMLparam2 (connv, pathv);
+ virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
+ char *path = String_val (pathv);
+ int r;
+
+ r = virDomainRestore (conn, path);
+ CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virDomainRestore");
+
+ CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
+}
+
+CAMLprim value
+ocaml_libvirt_domain_core_dump (value domv, value pathv)
+{
+ CAMLparam2 (domv, pathv);
+ virDomainPtr dom = Domain_val (domv);
+ virConnectPtr conn = Connect_domv (domv);
+ char *path = String_val (pathv);
+ int r;
+
+ r = virDomainCoreDump (dom, path, 0);
+ CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virDomainCoreDump");
+
+ CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
+}
+
+CAMLprim value
+ocaml_libvirt_domain_shutdown (value domv)
+{
+ CAMLparam1 (domv);
+ virDomainPtr dom = Domain_val (domv);
+ virConnectPtr conn = Connect_domv (domv);
+ int r;
+
+ r = virDomainShutdown (dom);
+ CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virDomainShutdown");
+
+ CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
+}
+
+CAMLprim value
+ocaml_libvirt_domain_reboot (value domv)
+{
+ CAMLparam1 (domv);
+ virDomainPtr dom = Domain_val (domv);
+ virConnectPtr conn = Connect_domv (domv);
+ int r;
+
+ r = virDomainReboot (dom, 0);
+ CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virDomainReboot");
+
+ CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
+}
+
+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;
+
+ r = virDomainGetName (dom);
+ CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virDomainGetName");
+
+ rv = caml_copy_string (r);
+ CAMLreturn (rv);
+}
+
+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;
+
+ r = virDomainGetUUID (dom, uuid);
+ CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virDomainGetUUID");
+
+ rv = caml_copy_string ((char *) uuid);
+ CAMLreturn (rv);
+}
+
+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;
+
+ r = virDomainGetUUIDString (dom, uuid);
+ CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virDomainGetUUIDString");
+
+ rv = caml_copy_string (uuid);
+ CAMLreturn (rv);
+}
+
+CAMLprim value
+ocaml_libvirt_domain_get_id (value domv)
+{
+ CAMLparam1 (domv);
+ virDomainPtr dom = Domain_val (domv);
+ virConnectPtr conn = Connect_domv (domv);
+ unsigned int r;
+
+ 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_os_type (value domv)
+{
+ CAMLparam1 (domv);
+ CAMLlocal1 (rv);
+ virDomainPtr dom = Domain_val (domv);
+ virConnectPtr conn = Connect_domv (domv);
+ char *r;
+
+ r = virDomainGetOSType (dom);
+ CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virDomainGetOSType");
+
+ rv = caml_copy_string (r);
+ free (r);
+ CAMLreturn (rv);
+}
+
+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;
+
+ 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;
+
+ 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;
+
+ 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;
+
+ 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);
+}
+
+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;
+
+ r = virDomainGetXMLDesc (dom, 0);
+ CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virDomainGetXMLDesc");
+
+ rv = caml_copy_string (r);
+ free (r);
+ CAMLreturn (rv);
+}
+
+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);
+ 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
+}
+
+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);
+ 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
+}
+
+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);
+ r = virDomainSetSchedulerParameters (dom, params, nparams);
+ CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virDomainSetSchedulerParameters");
+
+ CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
+#else
+ NOT_SUPPORTED ("virDomainSetSchedulerParameters");
+#endif
+}
+
+CAMLprim value
+ocaml_libvirt_domain_define_xml (value connv, value xmlv)
+{
+ CAMLparam2 (connv, xmlv);
+ CAMLlocal1 (rv);
+ virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
+ char *xml = String_val (xmlv);
+ virDomainPtr r;
+
+ r = virDomainDefineXML (conn, xml);
+ CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virDomainDefineXML");
+
+ rv = Val_domain (r, connv);
+ CAMLreturn (rv);
+}
+
+CAMLprim value
+ocaml_libvirt_domain_undefine (value domv)
+{
+ CAMLparam1 (domv);
+ virDomainPtr dom = Domain_val (domv);
+ virConnectPtr conn = Connect_domv (domv);
+ int r;
+
+ r = virDomainUndefine (dom);
+ CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virDomainUndefine");
+
+ CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
+}
+
+CAMLprim value
+ocaml_libvirt_domain_create (value domv)
+{
+ CAMLparam1 (domv);
+ virDomainPtr dom = Domain_val (domv);
+ virConnectPtr conn = Connect_domv (domv);
+ int r;
+
+ r = virDomainCreate (dom);
+ CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virDomainCreate");
+
+ CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
+}
+
+CAMLprim value
+ocaml_libvirt_domain_get_autostart (value domv)
+{
+ CAMLparam1 (domv);
+ virDomainPtr dom = Domain_val (domv);
+ virConnectPtr conn = Connect_domv (domv);
+ int r, autostart;
+
+ r = virDomainGetAutostart (dom, &autostart);
+ CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virDomainGetAutostart");
+
+ CAMLreturn (autostart ? Val_true : Val_false);
+}
+
+CAMLprim value
+ocaml_libvirt_domain_set_autostart (value domv, value autostartv)
+{
+ CAMLparam2 (domv, autostartv);
+ virDomainPtr dom = Domain_val (domv);
+ virConnectPtr conn = Connect_domv (domv);
+ int r, autostart = autostartv == Val_true ? 1 : 0;
+
+ r = virDomainSetAutostart (dom, autostart);
+ CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virDomainSetAutostart");
+
+ CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
+}
+
+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);
+
+ 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;
+
+ 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);
+
+ 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);
+}
+
+CAMLprim value
+ocaml_libvirt_domain_get_max_vcpus (value domv)
+{
+ CAMLparam1 (domv);
+ virDomainPtr dom = Domain_val (domv);
+ virConnectPtr conn = Connect_domv (domv);
+ int r;
+
+ r = virDomainGetMaxVcpus (dom);
+ CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virDomainGetMaxVcpus");
+
+ CAMLreturn (Val_int (r));
+}
+
+CAMLprim value
+ocaml_libvirt_domain_attach_device (value domv, value xmlv)
+{
+ CAMLparam2 (domv, xmlv);
+ virDomainPtr dom = Domain_val (domv);
+ virConnectPtr conn = Connect_domv (domv);
+ char *xml = String_val (xmlv);
+ int r;
+
+ r = virDomainAttachDevice (dom, xml);
+ CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virDomainAttachDevice");
+
+ CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
+}
+
+CAMLprim value
+ocaml_libvirt_domain_detach_device (value domv, value xmlv)
+{
+ CAMLparam2 (domv, xmlv);
+ virDomainPtr dom = Domain_val (domv);
+ virConnectPtr conn = Connect_domv (domv);
+ char *xml = String_val (xmlv);
+ int r;
+
+ r = virDomainDetachDevice (dom, xml);
+ CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virDomainDetachDevice");
+
+ CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
+}
+
+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);
+ 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]);
+}
+
+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);
+ 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
+}
+
+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);
+ 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
+}
+
+CAMLprim value
+ocaml_libvirt_network_lookup_by_name (value connv, value namev)
+{
+ CAMLparam2 (connv, namev);
+ CAMLlocal1 (rv);
+ virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
+ char *name = String_val (namev);
+ virNetworkPtr r;
+
+ r = virNetworkLookupByName (conn, name);
+ CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virNetworkLookupByName");
+
+ rv = Val_network (r, connv);
+ CAMLreturn (rv);
+}
+
+CAMLprim value
+ocaml_libvirt_network_lookup_by_uuid (value connv, value uuidv)
+{
+ CAMLparam2 (connv, uuidv);
+ CAMLlocal1 (rv);
+ virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
+ char *uuid = String_val (uuidv);
+ virNetworkPtr r;
+
+ r = virNetworkLookupByUUID (conn, (unsigned char *) uuid);
+ CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virNetworkLookupByUUID");
+
+ rv = Val_network (r, connv);
+ CAMLreturn (rv);
+}
+
+CAMLprim value
+ocaml_libvirt_network_lookup_by_uuid_string (value connv, value uuidv)
+{
+ CAMLparam2 (connv, uuidv);
+ CAMLlocal1 (rv);
+ virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
+ char *uuid = String_val (uuidv);
+ virNetworkPtr r;
+
+ r = virNetworkLookupByUUIDString (conn, uuid);
+ CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virNetworkLookupByUUIDString");
+
+ rv = Val_network (r, connv);
+ CAMLreturn (rv);
+}
+
+CAMLprim value
+ocaml_libvirt_network_create_xml (value connv, value xmlv)
+{
+ CAMLparam2 (connv, xmlv);
+ CAMLlocal1 (rv);
+ virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
+ char *xml = String_val (xmlv);
+ virNetworkPtr r;
+
+ r = virNetworkCreateXML (conn, xml);
+ CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virNetworkCreateXML");
+
+ rv = Val_network (r, connv);
+ CAMLreturn (rv);
+}
+
+CAMLprim value
+ocaml_libvirt_network_define_xml (value connv, value xmlv)
+{
+ CAMLparam2 (connv, xmlv);
+ CAMLlocal1 (rv);
+ virConnectPtr conn = Connect_val (connv);
+ char *xml = String_val (xmlv);
+ virNetworkPtr r;
+
+ r = virNetworkDefineXML (conn, xml);
+ CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virNetworkDefineXML");
+
+ rv = Val_network (r, connv);
+ CAMLreturn (rv);
+}
+
+CAMLprim value
+ocaml_libvirt_network_undefine (value netv)
+{
+ CAMLparam1 (netv);
+ virNetworkPtr net = Network_val (netv);
+ virConnectPtr conn = Connect_netv (netv);
+ int r;
+
+ r = virNetworkUndefine (net);
+ CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virNetworkUndefine");
+
+ CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
+}
+
+CAMLprim value
+ocaml_libvirt_network_create (value netv)
+{
+ CAMLparam1 (netv);
+ virNetworkPtr net = Network_val (netv);
+ virConnectPtr conn = Connect_netv (netv);
+ int r;
+
+ r = virNetworkCreate (net);
+ CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virNetworkCreate");
+
+ CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
+}
+
+CAMLprim value
+ocaml_libvirt_network_destroy (value netv)
+{
+ CAMLparam1 (netv);
+ virNetworkPtr net = Network_val (netv);
+ virConnectPtr conn = Connect_netv (netv);
+ int r;
+
+ 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);
+}
+
+CAMLprim value
+ocaml_libvirt_network_free (value netv)
+{
+ CAMLparam1 (netv);
+ virNetworkPtr net = Network_val (netv);
+ virConnectPtr conn = Connect_netv (netv);
+ int r;
+
+ 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);
+}
+
+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;
+
+ r = virNetworkGetName (net);
+ CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virNetworkGetName");
+
+ rv = caml_copy_string (r);
+ CAMLreturn (rv);
+}
+
+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;
+
+ r = virNetworkGetUUID (net, uuid);
+ CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virNetworkGetUUID");
+
+ rv = caml_copy_string ((char *) uuid);
+ CAMLreturn (rv);
+}
+
+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;
+
+ r = virNetworkGetUUIDString (net, uuid);
+ CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virNetworkGetUUIDString");
+
+ rv = caml_copy_string (uuid);
+ CAMLreturn (rv);
+}
+
+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;
+
+ r = virNetworkGetXMLDesc (net, 0);
+ CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virNetworkGetXMLDesc");
+
+ rv = caml_copy_string (r);
+ free (r);
+ CAMLreturn (rv);
+}
+
+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;
+
+ r = virNetworkGetBridgeName (net);
+ CHECK_ERROR (!r, conn, "virNetworkGetBridgeName");
+
+ rv = caml_copy_string (r);
+ free (r);
+ CAMLreturn (rv);
+}
+
+CAMLprim value
+ocaml_libvirt_network_get_autostart (value netv)
+{
+ CAMLparam1 (netv);
+ virNetworkPtr net = Network_val (netv);
+ virConnectPtr conn = Connect_netv (netv);
+ int r, autostart;
+
+ r = virNetworkGetAutostart (net, &autostart);
+ CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virNetworkGetAutostart");
+
+ CAMLreturn (autostart ? Val_true : Val_false);
+}
+
+CAMLprim value
+ocaml_libvirt_network_set_autostart (value netv, value autostartv)
+{
+ CAMLparam2 (netv, autostartv);
+ virNetworkPtr net = Network_val (netv);
+ virConnectPtr conn = Connect_netv (netv);
+ int r, autostart = autostartv == Val_true ? 1 : 0;
+
+ r = virNetworkSetAutostart (net, autostart);
+ CHECK_ERROR (r == -1, conn, "virNetworkSetAutostart");
+
+ CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
+}
+
+/*----------------------------------------------------------------------*/
+
+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);
+}
+
+/*----------------------------------------------------------------------*/
+
+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 value
+_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*/
+ CAMLreturn (Val_unit);
+}
+
+static value
+Val_virterror (virErrorPtr err)
+{
+ CAMLparam0 ();
+ CAMLlocal3 (rv, connv, optv);
+
+ rv = caml_alloc (12, 0);
+ Store_field (rv, 0, Val_int (err->code));
+ Store_field (rv, 1, Val_int (err->domain));
+ Store_field (rv, 2,
+ Val_opt (err->message, (Val_ptr_t) caml_copy_string));
+ Store_field (rv, 3, Val_int (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);
+
+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
+};
+
+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);
+}
+
+/* This wraps up the raw domain handle (Domain.dom). */
+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);
+}
+
+/* This wraps up the raw network handle (Network.net). */
+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);
+}
+
+/* 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);
+}
+
+/* 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);
+}
diff --git a/libvirt/libvirt_version.ml b/libvirt/libvirt_version.ml
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..329d22e
--- /dev/null
+++ b/libvirt/libvirt_version.ml
@@ -0,0 +1,6 @@
+(* Helper module containing the version of the OCaml bindings.
+ * $Id: libvirt_version.ml.in,v 1.2 2007/08/21 12:33:40 rjones Exp $
+ *)
+
+let package = "ocaml-libvirt"
+let version = "0.3.2.4"
diff --git a/libvirt/libvirt_version.ml.in b/libvirt/libvirt_version.ml.in
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..8214980
--- /dev/null
+++ b/libvirt/libvirt_version.ml.in
@@ -0,0 +1,6 @@
+(* Helper module containing the version of the OCaml bindings.
+ * $Id: libvirt_version.ml.in,v 1.2 2007/08/21 12:33:40 rjones Exp $
+ *)
+
+let package = "@PACKAGE_NAME@"
+let version = "@PACKAGE_VERSION@"
diff --git a/libvirt/libvirt_version.mli b/libvirt/libvirt_version.mli
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..847089a
--- /dev/null
+++ b/libvirt/libvirt_version.mli
@@ -0,0 +1,12 @@
+(** OCaml bindings for libvirt.
+ (C) Copyright 2007 Richard W.M. Jones, Red Hat Inc.
+ http://libvirt.org/
+ $Id: libvirt_version.mli,v 1.2 2007/08/21 14:36:15 rjones Exp $
+*)
+
+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/.cvsignore b/mlvirsh/.cvsignore
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..7d561e2
--- /dev/null
+++ b/mlvirsh/.cvsignore
@@ -0,0 +1,8 @@
+*.cmi
+*.cmo
+*.cmx
+*.cma
+*.cmxa
+Makefile
+mlvirsh
+mlvirsh.opt \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/mlvirsh/.depend b/mlvirsh/.depend
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..a346edd
--- /dev/null
+++ b/mlvirsh/.depend
@@ -0,0 +1,2 @@
+mlvirsh.cmo: ../libvirt/libvirt.cmi
+mlvirsh.cmx: ../libvirt/libvirt.cmx
diff --git a/mlvirsh/Makefile b/mlvirsh/Makefile
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..5160fde
--- /dev/null
+++ b/mlvirsh/Makefile
@@ -0,0 +1,42 @@
+# $Id: Makefile.in,v 1.2 2007/08/21 14:24:38 rjones Exp $
+
+INSTALL := /usr/bin/install -c
+
+prefix = /usr/local
+exec_prefix = ${prefix}
+bindir = ${exec_prefix}/bin
+
+OCAMLCPACKAGES := -package extlib,unix -I ../libvirt
+OCAMLCFLAGS := -g
+OCAMLCLIBS := -linkpkg
+
+OCAMLOPTPACKAGES := $(OCAMLCPACKAGES)
+OCAMLOPTFLAGS :=
+OCAMLOPTLIBS := $(OCAMLCLIBS)
+
+export LIBRARY_PATH=../libvirt
+export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=../libvirt
+
+BYTE_TARGETS := mlvirsh
+OPT_TARGETS := mlvirsh.opt
+
+all: $(BYTE_TARGETS)
+
+opt: $(OPT_TARGETS)
+
+mlvirsh: mlvirsh.cmo
+ ocamlfind ocamlc $(OCAMLCPACKAGES) $(OCAMLCFLAGS) $(OCAMLCLIBS) \
+ ../libvirt/mllibvirt.cma -o $@ $<
+
+mlvirsh.opt: mlvirsh.cmx
+ ocamlfind ocamlopt \
+ $(OCAMLOPTPACKAGES) $(OCAMLOPTFLAGS) $(OCAMLOPTLIBS) \
+ ../libvirt/mllibvirt.cmxa -o $@ $<
+
+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/Makefile.in b/mlvirsh/Makefile.in
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..3798962
--- /dev/null
+++ b/mlvirsh/Makefile.in
@@ -0,0 +1,42 @@
+# $Id: Makefile.in,v 1.2 2007/08/21 14:24:38 rjones Exp $
+
+INSTALL := @INSTALL@
+
+prefix = @prefix@
+exec_prefix = @exec_prefix@
+bindir = @bindir@
+
+OCAMLCPACKAGES := -package extlib,unix -I ../libvirt
+OCAMLCFLAGS := -g
+OCAMLCLIBS := -linkpkg
+
+OCAMLOPTPACKAGES := $(OCAMLCPACKAGES)
+OCAMLOPTFLAGS :=
+OCAMLOPTLIBS := $(OCAMLCLIBS)
+
+export LIBRARY_PATH=../libvirt
+export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=../libvirt
+
+BYTE_TARGETS := mlvirsh
+OPT_TARGETS := mlvirsh.opt
+
+all: $(BYTE_TARGETS)
+
+opt: $(OPT_TARGETS)
+
+mlvirsh: mlvirsh.cmo
+ ocamlfind ocamlc $(OCAMLCPACKAGES) $(OCAMLCFLAGS) $(OCAMLCLIBS) \
+ ../libvirt/mllibvirt.cma -o $@ $<
+
+mlvirsh.opt: mlvirsh.cmx
+ ocamlfind ocamlopt \
+ $(OCAMLOPTPACKAGES) $(OCAMLOPTFLAGS) $(OCAMLOPTLIBS) \
+ ../libvirt/mllibvirt.cmxa -o $@ $<
+
+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
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..5b63a77
--- /dev/null
+++ b/mlvirsh/mlvirsh.ml
@@ -0,0 +1,690 @@
+(* virsh-like command line tool.
+ (C) Copyright 2007 Richard W.M. Jones, Red Hat Inc.
+ http://libvirt.org/
+ $Id: mlvirsh.ml,v 1.2 2007/08/21 13:24:09 rjones Exp $
+*)
+
+open ExtString
+open Printf
+
+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 Hypervisor connection URI";
+ "-r", Arg.Set readonly, " Read-only connection";
+]
+
+let usage_msg = "\
+Synopsis:
+ " ^ program_name ^ " [options] [command]
+
+List of all commands:
+ " ^ program_name ^ " help
+
+Full description of a single command:
+ " ^ program_name ^ " help command
+
+Options:"
+
+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
+
+(* 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 "incorrect number of arguments for function"
+ in
+ let cmd1 print fn arg1 = function (* Command with one arg. *)
+ | [str1] -> print (fn (arg1 str1))
+ | _ -> failwith "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 "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 "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 "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 "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 "not connected to the hypervisor"
+ | RO _ -> failwith "tried to do read-write operation on read-only hypervisor connection"
+ | RW conn -> conn
+ and get_readonly_connection () =
+ match !conn with
+ | No_connection -> failwith "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 "flag should be '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 "setting should be 'on' or '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 ("domain " ^ str ^ ": not found. Additional info: " ^
+ 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 ("network " ^ str ^ ": not found. Additional info: " ^
+ Libvirt.Virterror.to_string err);
+ in
+ let rec parse_sched_params = function
+ | [] -> []
+ | [_] -> failwith "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 (String.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_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 -> "unknown"
+ | D.InfoRunning -> "running"
+ | D.InfoBlocked -> "blocked"
+ | D.InfoPaused -> "paused"
+ | D.InfoShutdown -> "shutdown"
+ | D.InfoShutoff -> "shutoff"
+ | D.InfoCrashed -> "crashed"
+ in
+ let string_of_vcpu_state = function
+ | D.VcpuOffline -> "offline"
+ | D.VcpuRunning -> "running"
+ | D.VcpuBlocked -> "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 =
+ printf "model: %s\n" info.C.model;
+ printf "memory: %Ld K\n" info.C.memory;
+ printf "cpus: %d\n" info.C.cpus;
+ printf "mhz: %d\n" info.C.mhz;
+ printf "nodes: %d\n" info.C.nodes;
+ printf "sockets: %d\n" info.C.sockets;
+ printf "cores: %d\n" info.C.cores;
+ printf "threads: %d\n" info.C.threads;
+ in
+ let print_domain_state { D.state = state } =
+ print_endline (string_of_domain_state state)
+ in
+ let print_domain_info info =
+ printf "state: %s\n" (string_of_domain_state info.D.state);
+ printf "max_mem: %Ld K\n" info.D.max_mem;
+ printf "memory: %Ld K\n" info.D.memory;
+ printf "nr_virt_cpu: %d\n" info.D.nr_virt_cpu;
+ printf "cpu_time: %Ld ns\n" info.D.cpu_time;
+ 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
+ printf "virtual CPU: %d\n" n;
+ printf " on physical CPU: %d\n" vcpu_infos.(n).D.cpu;
+ printf " current state: %s\n"
+ (string_of_vcpu_state vcpu_infos.(n).D.vcpu_state);
+ printf " CPU time: %Ld ns\n" vcpu_infos.(n).D.vcpu_time;
+ printf " 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 "read requests: %Ld\n" rd_req;
+ if rd_bytes >= 0L then printf "read bytes: %Ld\n" rd_bytes;
+ if wr_req >= 0L then printf "write requests: %Ld\n" wr_req;
+ if wr_bytes >= 0L then printf "write bytes: %Ld\n" wr_bytes;
+ if errs >= 0L then printf "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 "rx bytes: %Ld\n" rx_bytes;
+ if rx_packets >= 0L then printf "rx packets: %Ld\n" rx_packets;
+ if rx_errs >= 0L then printf "rx errs: %Ld\n" rx_errs;
+ if rx_drop >= 0L then printf "rx dropped: %Ld\n" rx_drop;
+ if tx_bytes >= 0L then printf "tx bytes: %Ld\n" tx_bytes;
+ if tx_packets >= 0L then printf "tx packets: %Ld\n" tx_packets;
+ if tx_errs >= 0L then printf "tx errs: %Ld\n" tx_errs;
+ if tx_drop >= 0L then printf "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,
+ "Attach device to domain.";
+ "autostart",
+ cmd2 no_return D.set_autostart
+ (arg_full_connection domain_of_string) boolean_of_string,
+ "Set whether a domain autostarts at boot.";
+ "capabilities",
+ cmd0 print_endline (with_readonly_connection C.get_capabilities),
+ "Returns capabilities of hypervisor/driver.";
+ "close",
+ cmd0 no_return close_connection,
+ "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,
+ "Open a new hypervisor connection.";
+ "create",
+ cmd1 no_return
+ (fun xml -> D.create_linux (get_full_connection ()) xml) input_file,
+ "Create a domain from an XML file.";
+ "define",
+ cmd1 no_return
+ (fun xml -> D.define_xml (get_full_connection ()) xml) input_file,
+ "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,
+ "Detach device from domain.";
+ "destroy",
+ cmd1 no_return D.destroy (arg_full_connection domain_of_string),
+ "Destroy a domain.";
+ "domblkstat",
+ cmd2 print_block_stats D.block_stats
+ (arg_readonly_connection domain_of_string) string_of_string,
+ "Display the block device statistics for a domain.";
+ "domid",
+ cmd1 print_int D.get_id (arg_readonly_connection domain_of_string),
+ "Print the ID of a domain.";
+ "domifstat",
+ cmd2 print_interface_stats D.interface_stats
+ (arg_readonly_connection domain_of_string) string_of_string,
+ "Display the network interface statistics for a domain.";
+ "dominfo",
+ cmd1 print_domain_info D.get_info
+ (arg_readonly_connection domain_of_string),
+ "Print the domain info.";
+ "dommaxmem",
+ cmd1 print_int64 D.get_max_memory
+ (arg_readonly_connection domain_of_string),
+ "Print the max memory (in kilobytes) of a domain.";
+ "dommaxvcpus",
+ cmd1 print_int D.get_max_vcpus
+ (arg_readonly_connection domain_of_string),
+ "Print the max VCPUs of a domain.";
+ "domname",
+ cmd1 print_endline D.get_name
+ (arg_readonly_connection domain_of_string),
+ "Print the name of a domain.";
+ "domostype",
+ cmd1 print_endline D.get_os_type
+ (arg_readonly_connection domain_of_string),
+ "Print the OS type of a domain.";
+ "domstate",
+ cmd1 print_domain_state D.get_info
+ (arg_readonly_connection domain_of_string),
+ "Print the domain state.";
+ "domuuid",
+ cmd1 print_endline D.get_uuid_string
+ (arg_readonly_connection domain_of_string),
+ "Print the UUID of a domain.";
+ "dump",
+ cmd2 no_return D.core_dump
+ (arg_full_connection domain_of_string) string_of_string,
+ "Core dump a domain to a file for analysis.";
+ "dumpxml",
+ cmd1 print_endline D.get_xml_desc
+ (arg_full_connection domain_of_string),
+ "Print the XML description of a domain.";
+ "get-autostart",
+ cmd1 print_bool D.get_autostart
+ (arg_readonly_connection domain_of_string),
+ "Print whether a domain autostarts at boot.";
+ "hostname",
+ cmd0 print_endline (with_readonly_connection C.get_hostname),
+ "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),
+ "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),
+ "List the defined but not running domains.";
+ "quit",
+ cmd0 no_return (fun () -> exit 0),
+ "Quit the interactive terminal.";
+ "maxvcpus",
+ cmd0 print_int (fun () -> C.get_max_vcpus (get_readonly_connection ()) ()),
+ "Print the max VCPUs available.";
+ "net-autostart",
+ cmd2 no_return N.set_autostart
+ (arg_full_connection network_of_string) boolean_of_string,
+ "Set whether a network autostarts at boot.";
+ "net-bridgename",
+ cmd1 print_endline N.get_bridge_name
+ (arg_readonly_connection network_of_string),
+ "Print the bridge name of a network.";
+ "net-create",
+ cmd1 no_return
+ (fun xml -> N.create_xml (get_full_connection ()) xml) input_file,
+ "Create a network from an XML file.";
+ "net-define",
+ cmd1 no_return
+ (fun xml -> N.define_xml (get_full_connection ()) xml) input_file,
+ "Define (but don't start) a network from an XML file.";
+ "net-destroy",
+ cmd1 no_return N.destroy (arg_full_connection network_of_string),
+ "Destroy a network.";
+ "net-dumpxml",
+ cmd1 print_endline N.get_xml_desc
+ (arg_full_connection network_of_string),
+ "Print the XML description of a network.";
+ "net-get-autostart",
+ cmd1 print_bool N.get_autostart
+ (arg_full_connection network_of_string),
+ "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),
+ "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),
+ "List the defined but inactive networks.";
+ "net-name",
+ cmd1 print_endline N.get_name
+ (arg_readonly_connection network_of_string),
+ "Print the name of a network.";
+ "net-start",
+ cmd1 no_return N.create
+ (arg_full_connection network_of_string),
+ "Start a previously defined inactive network.";
+ "net-undefine",
+ cmd1 no_return N.undefine
+ (arg_full_connection network_of_string),
+ "Undefine an inactive network.";
+ "net-uuid",
+ cmd1 print_endline N.get_uuid_string
+ (arg_readonly_connection network_of_string),
+ "Print the UUID of a network.";
+ "nodeinfo",
+ cmd0 print_node_info (with_readonly_connection C.get_node_info),
+ "Print node information.";
+ "reboot",
+ cmd1 no_return D.reboot (arg_full_connection domain_of_string),
+ "Reboot a domain.";
+ "restore",
+ cmd1 no_return (
+ fun path -> D.restore (get_full_connection ()) path
+ ) string_of_string,
+ "Restore a domain from the named file.";
+ "resume",
+ cmd1 no_return D.resume (arg_full_connection domain_of_string),
+ "Resume a domain.";
+ "save",
+ cmd2 no_return D.save
+ (arg_full_connection domain_of_string) string_of_string,
+ "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),
+ "Get the current scheduler parameters for a domain.";
+ "schedparamset",
+ cmdN no_return (
+ function
+ | [] -> failwith "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
+ ),
+ "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),
+ "Get the scheduler type.";
+ "setmem",
+ cmd2 no_return D.set_memory
+ (arg_full_connection domain_of_string) Int64.of_string,
+ "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,
+ "Set the maximum memory used by the domain (in kilobytes).";
+ "shutdown",
+ cmd1 no_return D.shutdown
+ (arg_full_connection domain_of_string),
+ "Gracefully shutdown a domain.";
+ "start",
+ cmd1 no_return D.create
+ (arg_full_connection domain_of_string),
+ "Start a previously defined inactive domain.";
+ "suspend",
+ cmd1 no_return D.suspend
+ (arg_full_connection domain_of_string),
+ "Suspend a domain.";
+ "type",
+ cmd0 print_endline (with_readonly_connection C.get_type),
+ "Print the driver name";
+ "undefine",
+ cmd1 no_return D.undefine
+ (arg_full_connection domain_of_string),
+ "Undefine an inactive domain.";
+ "uri",
+ cmd0 print_endline (with_readonly_connection C.get_uri),
+ "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),
+ "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,
+ "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,
+ "Set the number of virtual CPUs assigned to a domain.";
+ "version",
+ cmd0 print_version (with_readonly_connection C.get_version),
+ "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\nUse '" ^ program_name ^ " help command' for help on a command."
+
+ | 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 ("help: " ^ command ^ ": command not found");
+ in
+
+ let commands =
+ ("help",
+ cmd01 print_endline help string_of_string,
+ "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 (command ^ ": command not found");
+ in
+
+ do_command
+
+(* Interactive mode. *)
+let rec interactive_mode () =
+ let prompt =
+ match !conn with
+ | No_connection -> "mlvirsh(no connection)$ "
+ | RO _ -> "mlvirsh(ro)$ "
+ | RW _ -> "mlvirsh# " in
+ print_string prompt;
+ let command = read_line () in
+ (match String.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/mlvirtmanager/.cvsignore b/mlvirtmanager/.cvsignore
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..df80d41
--- /dev/null
+++ b/mlvirtmanager/.cvsignore
@@ -0,0 +1,8 @@
+*.cmi
+*.cmo
+*.cmx
+*.cma
+*.cmxa
+Makefile
+mlvirtmanager
+mlvirtmanager.opt \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/mlvirtmanager/.depend b/mlvirtmanager/.depend
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..01a1aa6
--- /dev/null
+++ b/mlvirtmanager/.depend
@@ -0,0 +1,22 @@
+mlvirtmanager_connections.cmi: ../libvirt/libvirt.cmi
+mlvirtmanager_domain_ops.cmi: mlvirtmanager_connections.cmi
+mlvirtmanager_helpers.cmi: ../libvirt/libvirt.cmi
+mlvirtmanager_mainwindow.cmi: mlvirtmanager_connections.cmi
+mlvirtmanager_connections.cmo: mlvirtmanager_helpers.cmi \
+ ../libvirt/libvirt.cmi mlvirtmanager_connections.cmi
+mlvirtmanager_connections.cmx: mlvirtmanager_helpers.cmx \
+ ../libvirt/libvirt.cmx mlvirtmanager_connections.cmi
+mlvirtmanager_domain_ops.cmo: mlvirtmanager_connections.cmi \
+ ../libvirt/libvirt.cmi mlvirtmanager_domain_ops.cmi
+mlvirtmanager_domain_ops.cmx: mlvirtmanager_connections.cmx \
+ ../libvirt/libvirt.cmx mlvirtmanager_domain_ops.cmi
+mlvirtmanager_helpers.cmo: ../libvirt/libvirt.cmi mlvirtmanager_helpers.cmi
+mlvirtmanager_helpers.cmx: ../libvirt/libvirt.cmx mlvirtmanager_helpers.cmi
+mlvirtmanager_mainwindow.cmo: mlvirtmanager_connections.cmi \
+ ../libvirt/libvirt.cmi mlvirtmanager_mainwindow.cmi
+mlvirtmanager_mainwindow.cmx: mlvirtmanager_connections.cmx \
+ ../libvirt/libvirt.cmx mlvirtmanager_mainwindow.cmi
+mlvirtmanager.cmo: mlvirtmanager_mainwindow.cmi mlvirtmanager_domain_ops.cmi \
+ mlvirtmanager_connections.cmi
+mlvirtmanager.cmx: mlvirtmanager_mainwindow.cmx mlvirtmanager_domain_ops.cmx \
+ mlvirtmanager_connections.cmx
diff --git a/mlvirtmanager/Makefile b/mlvirtmanager/Makefile
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..3921a15
--- /dev/null
+++ b/mlvirtmanager/Makefile
@@ -0,0 +1,51 @@
+# $Id: Makefile.in,v 1.2 2007/08/21 14:24:38 rjones Exp $
+
+INSTALL := /usr/bin/install -c
+
+prefix = /usr/local
+exec_prefix = ${prefix}
+bindir = ${exec_prefix}/bin
+
+OCAMLCPACKAGES := -package extlib,unix,lablgtk2 -I ../libvirt
+OCAMLCFLAGS := -g
+OCAMLCLIBS := -linkpkg
+
+OCAMLOPTPACKAGES := $(OCAMLCPACKAGES)
+OCAMLOPTFLAGS :=
+OCAMLOPTLIBS := $(OCAMLCLIBS)
+
+export LIBRARY_PATH=../libvirt
+export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=../libvirt
+
+BYTE_TARGETS := mlvirtmanager
+OPT_TARGETS := mlvirtmanager.opt
+
+VIRTMANAGER_OBJS := \
+ mlvirtmanager_helpers.cmo \
+ mlvirtmanager_connections.cmo \
+ mlvirtmanager_domain_ops.cmo \
+ mlvirtmanager_mainwindow.cmo \
+ mlvirtmanager.cmo
+
+VIRTMANAGER_XOBJS := $(VIRTMANAGER_OBJS:.cmo=.cmx)
+
+all: $(BYTE_TARGETS)
+
+opt: $(OPT_TARGETS)
+
+mlvirtmanager: $(VIRTMANAGER_OBJS)
+ ocamlfind ocamlc $(OCAMLCPACKAGES) $(OCAMLCFLAGS) $(OCAMLCLIBS) \
+ ../libvirt/mllibvirt.cma gtkInit.cmo -o $@ $<
+
+mlvirtmanager.opt: $(VIRTMANAGER_XOBJS)
+ ocamlfind ocamlopt \
+ $(OCAMLOPTPACKAGES) $(OCAMLOPTFLAGS) $(OCAMLOPTLIBS) \
+ ../libvirt/mllibvirt.cmxa gtkInit.cmx -o $@ $<
+
+install:
+ if [ -x mlvirtmanager.opt ]; then \
+ mkdir -p $(DESTDIR)$(bindir); \
+ $(INSTALL) -m 0755 mlvirtmanager.opt $(DESTDIR)$(bindir)/mlvirtmanager; \
+ fi
+
+include ../Make.rules
diff --git a/mlvirtmanager/Makefile.in b/mlvirtmanager/Makefile.in
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..fe75929
--- /dev/null
+++ b/mlvirtmanager/Makefile.in
@@ -0,0 +1,51 @@
+# $Id: Makefile.in,v 1.2 2007/08/21 14:24:38 rjones Exp $
+
+INSTALL := @INSTALL@
+
+prefix = @prefix@
+exec_prefix = @exec_prefix@
+bindir = @bindir@
+
+OCAMLCPACKAGES := -package extlib,unix,lablgtk2 -I ../libvirt
+OCAMLCFLAGS := -g
+OCAMLCLIBS := -linkpkg
+
+OCAMLOPTPACKAGES := $(OCAMLCPACKAGES)
+OCAMLOPTFLAGS :=
+OCAMLOPTLIBS := $(OCAMLCLIBS)
+
+export LIBRARY_PATH=../libvirt
+export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=../libvirt
+
+BYTE_TARGETS := mlvirtmanager
+OPT_TARGETS := mlvirtmanager.opt
+
+VIRTMANAGER_OBJS := \
+ mlvirtmanager_helpers.cmo \
+ mlvirtmanager_connections.cmo \
+ mlvirtmanager_domain_ops.cmo \
+ mlvirtmanager_mainwindow.cmo \
+ mlvirtmanager.cmo
+
+VIRTMANAGER_XOBJS := $(VIRTMANAGER_OBJS:.cmo=.cmx)
+
+all: $(BYTE_TARGETS)
+
+opt: $(OPT_TARGETS)
+
+mlvirtmanager: $(VIRTMANAGER_OBJS)
+ ocamlfind ocamlc $(OCAMLCPACKAGES) $(OCAMLCFLAGS) $(OCAMLCLIBS) \
+ ../libvirt/mllibvirt.cma gtkInit.cmo -o $@ $<
+
+mlvirtmanager.opt: $(VIRTMANAGER_XOBJS)
+ ocamlfind ocamlopt \
+ $(OCAMLOPTPACKAGES) $(OCAMLOPTFLAGS) $(OCAMLOPTLIBS) \
+ ../libvirt/mllibvirt.cmxa gtkInit.cmx -o $@ $<
+
+install:
+ if [ -x mlvirtmanager.opt ]; then \
+ mkdir -p $(DESTDIR)$(bindir); \
+ $(INSTALL) -m 0755 mlvirtmanager.opt $(DESTDIR)$(bindir)/mlvirtmanager; \
+ fi
+
+include ../Make.rules
diff --git a/mlvirtmanager/mlvirtmanager.ml b/mlvirtmanager/mlvirtmanager.ml
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..091c026
--- /dev/null
+++ b/mlvirtmanager/mlvirtmanager.ml
@@ -0,0 +1,19 @@
+(* virt-manager-like graphical management tool.
+ (C) Copyright 2007 Richard W.M. Jones, Red Hat Inc.
+ http://libvirt.org/
+ $Id: mlvirtmanager.ml,v 1.1 2007/08/06 10:16:53 rjones Exp $
+*)
+
+open Printf
+
+let () =
+ (* Build the main window and wire up the buttons to the callback functions *)
+ Mlvirtmanager_mainwindow.make
+ ~open_connection:Mlvirtmanager_connections.open_connection
+ ~start_domain:Mlvirtmanager_domain_ops.start_domain
+ ~pause_domain:Mlvirtmanager_domain_ops.pause_domain
+ ~resume_domain:Mlvirtmanager_domain_ops.resume_domain
+ ~shutdown_domain:Mlvirtmanager_domain_ops.shutdown_domain;
+
+ (* Enter the Gtk main loop. *)
+ GMain.main ()
diff --git a/mlvirtmanager/mlvirtmanager_connections.ml b/mlvirtmanager/mlvirtmanager_connections.ml
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..2fda3e9
--- /dev/null
+++ b/mlvirtmanager/mlvirtmanager_connections.ml
@@ -0,0 +1,313 @@
+(* virt-manager-like graphical management tool.
+ (C) Copyright 2007 Richard W.M. Jones, Red Hat Inc.
+ http://libvirt.org/
+ $Id: mlvirtmanager_connections.ml,v 1.1 2007/08/06 10:16:53 rjones Exp $
+*)
+
+open Printf
+
+module C = Libvirt.Connect
+module D = Libvirt.Domain
+module N = Libvirt.Network
+
+open Mlvirtmanager_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
+
+(* 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 last "CPU time" seen for a domain, so we can calculate CPU % usage.
+ * Hash of (connid, domid) -> cpu_time [int64].
+ *)
+let last_cpu_time = Hashtbl.create 13
+let last_time = ref (Unix.gettimeofday ())
+
+type columns = string GTree.column * string GTree.column * string GTree.column * string GTree.column * string GTree.column * int GTree.column
+
+let debug_repopulate = true
+
+(* 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 =
+ let time_passed =
+ let time_now = Unix.gettimeofday () in
+ let time_passed = time_now -. !last_time in
+ last_time := time_now;
+ time_passed in
+
+ (* 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. *)
+ let name =
+ try C.get_hostname (List.assoc conn_id conns)
+ with Not_found | Libvirt.Virterror _ ->
+ "Conn #" ^ string_of_int conn_id in
+ model#set ~row ~column:col_name_id name;
+ model#set ~row ~column:col_id conn_id;
+ (* XXX This doesn't work, why? *)
+ 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
+ (* Node info & number of CPUs available. *)
+ let node_info = C.get_node_info conn 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;
+
+ let ns_now = info.D.cpu_time in (* ns = nanoseconds *)
+ let ns_prev =
+ try
+ let ns = Hashtbl.find last_cpu_time (conn_id, domid) in
+ if ns > ns_now then 0L else ns (* Rebooted? *)
+ with Not_found -> 0L in
+ Hashtbl.replace last_cpu_time (conn_id, domid) ns_now;
+ let ns_now = Int64.to_float ns_now in
+ let ns_prev = Int64.to_float ns_prev in
+ let ns_used = ns_now -. ns_prev in
+ let ns_available = 1_000_000_000. *. float nr_cpus in
+ let cpu_percent =
+ 100. *. (ns_used /. ns_available) /. time_passed in
+ let cpu_percent = sprintf "%.1f %%" cpu_percent in
+ model#set ~row ~column:col_cpu cpu_percent;
+
+ 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 "ID" col_name_id (Some (false, `ASCENDING, 0));
+ append_visible_column "Name" col_domname (Some (true, `ASCENDING, 1));
+ append_visible_column "Status" col_status None;
+ append_visible_column "CPU" col_cpu None;
+ append_visible_column "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)
+
+(* Callback function to open a connection.
+ * This should be a lot more sophisticated. XXX
+ *)
+let open_connection () =
+ let title = "Open connection to hypervisor" in
+ let name =
+ GToolbox.input_string ~title ~text:"xen:///" ~ok:"Open" "Connection:" in
+ match name with
+ | None -> ()
+ | Some name ->
+ (* If this fails, let the exception escape and be printed
+ * in the global exception handler.
+ *)
+ let conn = C.connect ~name () in
+ ignore (add_conn conn)
diff --git a/mlvirtmanager/mlvirtmanager_connections.mli b/mlvirtmanager/mlvirtmanager_connections.mli
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..eb11be8
--- /dev/null
+++ b/mlvirtmanager/mlvirtmanager_connections.mli
@@ -0,0 +1,34 @@
+(* virt-manager-like graphical management tool.
+ (C) Copyright 2007 Richard W.M. Jones, Red Hat Inc.
+ http://libvirt.org/
+ $Id: mlvirtmanager_connections.mli,v 1.1 2007/08/06 10:16:53 rjones Exp $
+
+ 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
+
+(** This callback creates the Connect to hypervisor dialog. *)
+val open_connection : unit -> unit
diff --git a/mlvirtmanager/mlvirtmanager_domain_ops.ml b/mlvirtmanager/mlvirtmanager_domain_ops.ml
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..f02cd1f
--- /dev/null
+++ b/mlvirtmanager/mlvirtmanager_domain_ops.ml
@@ -0,0 +1,83 @@
+(* virt-manager-like graphical management tool.
+ (C) Copyright 2007 Richard W.M. Jones, Red Hat Inc.
+ http://libvirt.org/
+ $Id: mlvirtmanager_domain_ops.ml,v 1.1 2007/08/06 10:16:53 rjones Exp $
+
+ Domain operations buttons.
+*)
+
+open Printf
+
+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 : Mlvirtmanager_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 conn_id.
+ * 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 conn_id = model#get ~row:parent ~column:col_id in
+ let conn =
+ List.assoc conn_id (Mlvirtmanager_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, -1)
+ ) else if domid > 0 then ( (* Active domU. *)
+ let dom = D.lookup_by_id conn domid in
+ let info = D.get_info dom in
+ Some (dom, info, domid)
+ ) else (* Dom0 - ignore. *)
+ None
+ 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
+
+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
diff --git a/mlvirtmanager/mlvirtmanager_domain_ops.mli b/mlvirtmanager/mlvirtmanager_domain_ops.mli
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..9824b3a
--- /dev/null
+++ b/mlvirtmanager/mlvirtmanager_domain_ops.mli
@@ -0,0 +1,12 @@
+(* virt-manager-like graphical management tool.
+ (C) Copyright 2007 Richard W.M. Jones, Red Hat Inc.
+ http://libvirt.org/
+ $Id: mlvirtmanager_domain_ops.mli,v 1.1 2007/08/06 10:16:53 rjones Exp $
+
+ Domain operations buttons.
+*)
+
+val start_domain : GTree.view -> GTree.tree_store -> Mlvirtmanager_connections.columns -> unit -> unit
+val pause_domain : GTree.view -> GTree.tree_store -> Mlvirtmanager_connections.columns -> unit -> unit
+val resume_domain : GTree.view -> GTree.tree_store -> Mlvirtmanager_connections.columns -> unit -> unit
+val shutdown_domain : GTree.view -> GTree.tree_store -> Mlvirtmanager_connections.columns -> unit -> unit
diff --git a/mlvirtmanager/mlvirtmanager_helpers.ml b/mlvirtmanager/mlvirtmanager_helpers.ml
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..ff30253
--- /dev/null
+++ b/mlvirtmanager/mlvirtmanager_helpers.ml
@@ -0,0 +1,82 @@
+(* virt-manager-like graphical management tool.
+ (C) Copyright 2007 Richard W.M. Jones, Red Hat Inc.
+ http://libvirt.org/
+ $Id: mlvirtmanager_helpers.ml,v 1.1 2007/08/06 10:16:53 rjones Exp $
+*)
+
+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 -> "unknown"
+ | D.InfoRunning -> "running"
+ | D.InfoBlocked -> "blocked"
+ | D.InfoPaused -> "paused"
+ | D.InfoShutdown -> "shutdown"
+ | D.InfoShutoff -> "shutoff"
+ | D.InfoCrashed -> "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/mlvirtmanager/mlvirtmanager_helpers.mli b/mlvirtmanager/mlvirtmanager_helpers.mli
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..2952636
--- /dev/null
+++ b/mlvirtmanager/mlvirtmanager_helpers.mli
@@ -0,0 +1,38 @@
+(* virt-manager-like graphical management tool.
+ (C) Copyright 2007 Richard W.M. Jones, Red Hat Inc.
+ http://libvirt.org/
+ $Id: mlvirtmanager_helpers.mli,v 1.1 2007/08/06 10:16:53 rjones Exp $
+
+ 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/mlvirtmanager/mlvirtmanager_mainwindow.ml b/mlvirtmanager/mlvirtmanager_mainwindow.ml
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..93ee34b
--- /dev/null
+++ b/mlvirtmanager/mlvirtmanager_mainwindow.ml
@@ -0,0 +1,134 @@
+(* virt-manager-like graphical management tool.
+ (C) Copyright 2007 Richard W.M. Jones, Red Hat Inc.
+ http://libvirt.org/
+ $Id: mlvirtmanager_mainwindow.ml,v 1.1 2007/08/06 10:16:53 rjones Exp $
+*)
+
+open Printf
+
+let title = "Virtual Machine Manager"
+
+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
+ ("Virtual machine manager (OCaml version) by\n" ^
+ "Richard W.M. Jones (rjones@redhat.com).\n\n" ^
+ "Copyright " ^ utf8_copyright ^ " 2007 Red Hat Inc.\n\n" ^
+ "Libvirt version: " ^ virt_version ^ "\n" ^
+ "Gtk toolkit 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 ->
+ "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
+ let title = "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 ~open_connection
+ ~start_domain ~pause_domain ~resume_domain ~shutdown_domain =
+ (* 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 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 "File" in
+ let help_menu = factory#add_submenu "Help" in
+
+ (* File menu. *)
+ let factory = new GMenu.factory file_menu ~accel_group in
+ let open_item = factory#add_item "Open connection ..."
+ ~key:GdkKeysyms._O in
+ ignore (factory#add_separator ());
+ let quit_item = factory#add_item "Quit" ~key:GdkKeysyms._Q in
+
+ ignore (open_item#connect#activate ~callback:open_connection);
+
+ (* Help menu. *)
+ let factory = new GMenu.factory help_menu ~accel_group in
+ let help_item = factory#add_item "Help" in
+ let help_about_item = factory#add_item "About ..." in
+
+ ignore (help_about_item#connect#activate ~callback:help_about);
+
+ (* The toolbar. *)
+ let toolbar = GButton.toolbar ~packing:vbox#pack () in
+ let connect_button =
+ GButton.tool_button ~label:"Connect ..." ~stock:`CONNECT
+ ~packing:toolbar#insert () in
+ let start_button =
+ GButton.tool_button ~label:"Start" ~stock:`ADD
+ ~packing:toolbar#insert () in
+ let pause_button =
+ GButton.tool_button ~label:"Pause" ~stock:`MEDIA_PAUSE
+ ~packing:toolbar#insert () in
+ let resume_button =
+ GButton.tool_button ~label:"Resume" ~stock:`MEDIA_PLAY
+ ~packing:toolbar#insert () in
+ let shutdown_button =
+ GButton.tool_button ~label:"Shutdown" ~stock:`STOP
+ ~packing:toolbar#insert () in
+ ignore (connect_button#connect#clicked ~callback:open_connection);
+
+ (* The treeview. *)
+ let (tree, model, columns, initial_state) =
+ Mlvirtmanager_connections.make_treeview
+ ~packing:(vbox#pack ~expand:true ~fill:true) () in
+
+ 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));
+
+ (* Make a timeout function which is called once per second. *)
+ let state = ref initial_state in
+ let callback () =
+ state := Mlvirtmanager_connections.repopulate tree model columns !state;
+ true
+ in
+ let timeout_id = GMain.Timeout.add ~ms:1000 ~callback in
+
+ (* Quit. *)
+ let quit _ =
+ GMain.Timeout.remove timeout_id;
+ GMain.Main.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 ()); ()));
+
+ window#add_accel_group accel_group;
+
+ (* Display the window. *)
+ window#show ()
diff --git a/mlvirtmanager/mlvirtmanager_mainwindow.mli b/mlvirtmanager/mlvirtmanager_mainwindow.mli
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..2ca9928
--- /dev/null
+++ b/mlvirtmanager/mlvirtmanager_mainwindow.mli
@@ -0,0 +1,16 @@
+(* virt-manager-like graphical management tool.
+ (C) Copyright 2007 Richard W.M. Jones, Red Hat Inc.
+ http://libvirt.org/
+ $Id: mlvirtmanager_mainwindow.mli,v 1.1 2007/08/06 10:16:53 rjones Exp $
+
+ Make the main window.
+*)
+
+(** This function creates the main window. You have to pass in
+ callback functions to wire everything up.
+*)
+val make : open_connection:(unit -> unit) ->
+ start_domain:(GTree.view -> GTree.tree_store -> Mlvirtmanager_connections.columns -> unit -> unit) ->
+ pause_domain:(GTree.view -> GTree.tree_store -> Mlvirtmanager_connections.columns -> unit -> unit) ->
+ resume_domain:(GTree.view -> GTree.tree_store -> Mlvirtmanager_connections.columns -> unit -> unit) ->
+ shutdown_domain:(GTree.view -> GTree.tree_store -> Mlvirtmanager_connections.columns -> unit -> unit) -> unit
diff --git a/virt-top/.cvsignore b/virt-top/.cvsignore
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..cb61894
--- /dev/null
+++ b/virt-top/.cvsignore
@@ -0,0 +1,8 @@
+*.cmi
+*.cmo
+*.cmx
+*.cma
+*.cmxa
+Makefile
+virt-top
+virt-top.opt \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/virt-top/.depend b/virt-top/.depend
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..75ecf81
--- /dev/null
+++ b/virt-top/.depend
@@ -0,0 +1,8 @@
+virt_top_csv.cmo: virt_top.cmo ../libvirt/libvirt.cmi
+virt_top_csv.cmx: virt_top.cmx ../libvirt/libvirt.cmx
+virt_top_main.cmo: virt_top.cmo ../libvirt/libvirt.cmi
+virt_top_main.cmx: virt_top.cmx ../libvirt/libvirt.cmx
+virt_top.cmo: ../libvirt/libvirt_version.cmi ../libvirt/libvirt.cmi
+virt_top.cmx: ../libvirt/libvirt_version.cmx ../libvirt/libvirt.cmx
+virt_top_xml.cmo: virt_top.cmo ../libvirt/libvirt.cmi
+virt_top_xml.cmx: virt_top.cmx ../libvirt/libvirt.cmx
diff --git a/virt-top/Makefile b/virt-top/Makefile
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..9c7ef0b
--- /dev/null
+++ b/virt-top/Makefile
@@ -0,0 +1,79 @@
+# $Id: Makefile.in,v 1.6 2007/08/23 11:09:19 rjones Exp $
+
+PACKAGE := ocaml-libvirt
+VERSION := 0.3.2.4
+
+INSTALL := /usr/bin/install -c
+HAVE_PERLDOC := perldoc
+
+prefix = /usr/local
+exec_prefix = ${prefix}
+bindir = ${exec_prefix}/bin
+
+pkg_curses = yes
+pkg_xml_light = yes
+pkg_csv = yes
+
+OCAMLCPACKAGES := -package unix,extlib,curses
+
+OBJS := virt_top.cmo
+ifeq ($(pkg_xml_light),yes)
+OBJS += virt_top_xml.cmo
+OCAMLCPACKAGES := $(OCAMLCPACKAGES),xml-light
+endif
+ifeq ($(pkg_csv),yes)
+OBJS += virt_top_csv.cmo
+OCAMLCPACKAGES := $(OCAMLCPACKAGES),csv
+endif
+OBJS += virt_top_main.cmo
+
+XOBJS := $(OBJS:.cmo=.cmx)
+
+OCAMLCPACKAGES += -I ../libvirt
+OCAMLCFLAGS := -g -w s
+OCAMLCLIBS := -linkpkg
+
+OCAMLOPTPACKAGES := $(OCAMLCPACKAGES)
+OCAMLOPTFLAGS := -w s
+OCAMLOPTLIBS := $(OCAMLCLIBS)
+
+export LIBRARY_PATH=../libvirt
+export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=../libvirt
+
+BYTE_TARGETS := virt-top
+OPT_TARGETS := virt-top.opt
+
+ifeq ($(HAVE_PERLDOC),perldoc)
+BYTE_TARGETS += virt-top.1 virt-top.txt
+endif
+
+all: $(BYTE_TARGETS)
+
+opt: $(OPT_TARGETS)
+
+virt-top: $(OBJS)
+ ocamlfind ocamlc $(OCAMLCPACKAGES) $(OCAMLCFLAGS) $(OCAMLCLIBS) \
+ ../libvirt/mllibvirt.cma -o $@ $^
+
+virt-top.opt: $(XOBJS)
+ ocamlfind ocamlopt \
+ $(OCAMLOPTPACKAGES) $(OCAMLOPTFLAGS) $(OCAMLOPTLIBS) \
+ ../libvirt/mllibvirt.cmxa -cclib -lncurses -o $@ $^
+
+# Manual page.
+ifeq ($(HAVE_PERLDOC),perldoc)
+virt-top.1: virt-top.pod
+ pod2man -c "Virtualization Support" --release "$(PACKAGE)-$(VERSION)" \
+ $< > $@
+
+virt-top.txt: virt-top.pod
+ pod2text $< > $@
+endif
+
+install:
+ if [ -x virt-top.opt ]; then \
+ mkdir -p $(DESTDIR)$(bindir); \
+ $(INSTALL) -m 0755 virt-top.opt $(DESTDIR)$(bindir)/virt-top; \
+ fi
+
+include ../Make.rules
diff --git a/virt-top/Makefile.in b/virt-top/Makefile.in
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..e1cb75f
--- /dev/null
+++ b/virt-top/Makefile.in
@@ -0,0 +1,79 @@
+# $Id: Makefile.in,v 1.6 2007/08/23 11:09:19 rjones Exp $
+
+PACKAGE := @PACKAGE_NAME@
+VERSION := @PACKAGE_VERSION@
+
+INSTALL := @INSTALL@
+HAVE_PERLDOC := @HAVE_PERLDOC@
+
+prefix = @prefix@
+exec_prefix = @exec_prefix@
+bindir = @bindir@
+
+pkg_curses = @pkg_curses@
+pkg_xml_light = @pkg_xml_light@
+pkg_csv = @pkg_csv@
+
+OCAMLCPACKAGES := -package unix,extlib,curses
+
+OBJS := virt_top.cmo
+ifeq ($(pkg_xml_light),yes)
+OBJS += virt_top_xml.cmo
+OCAMLCPACKAGES := $(OCAMLCPACKAGES),xml-light
+endif
+ifeq ($(pkg_csv),yes)
+OBJS += virt_top_csv.cmo
+OCAMLCPACKAGES := $(OCAMLCPACKAGES),csv
+endif
+OBJS += virt_top_main.cmo
+
+XOBJS := $(OBJS:.cmo=.cmx)
+
+OCAMLCPACKAGES += -I ../libvirt
+OCAMLCFLAGS := -g -w s
+OCAMLCLIBS := -linkpkg
+
+OCAMLOPTPACKAGES := $(OCAMLCPACKAGES)
+OCAMLOPTFLAGS := -w s
+OCAMLOPTLIBS := $(OCAMLCLIBS)
+
+export LIBRARY_PATH=../libvirt
+export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=../libvirt
+
+BYTE_TARGETS := virt-top
+OPT_TARGETS := virt-top.opt
+
+ifeq ($(HAVE_PERLDOC),perldoc)
+BYTE_TARGETS += virt-top.1 virt-top.txt
+endif
+
+all: $(BYTE_TARGETS)
+
+opt: $(OPT_TARGETS)
+
+virt-top: $(OBJS)
+ ocamlfind ocamlc $(OCAMLCPACKAGES) $(OCAMLCFLAGS) $(OCAMLCLIBS) \
+ ../libvirt/mllibvirt.cma -o $@ $^
+
+virt-top.opt: $(XOBJS)
+ ocamlfind ocamlopt \
+ $(OCAMLOPTPACKAGES) $(OCAMLOPTFLAGS) $(OCAMLOPTLIBS) \
+ ../libvirt/mllibvirt.cmxa -cclib -lncurses -o $@ $^
+
+# Manual page.
+ifeq ($(HAVE_PERLDOC),perldoc)
+virt-top.1: virt-top.pod
+ pod2man -c "Virtualization Support" --release "$(PACKAGE)-$(VERSION)" \
+ $< > $@
+
+virt-top.txt: virt-top.pod
+ pod2text $< > $@
+endif
+
+install:
+ if [ -x virt-top.opt ]; then \
+ mkdir -p $(DESTDIR)$(bindir); \
+ $(INSTALL) -m 0755 virt-top.opt $(DESTDIR)$(bindir)/virt-top; \
+ fi
+
+include ../Make.rules
diff --git a/virt-top/README b/virt-top/README
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..c3752c6
--- /dev/null
+++ b/virt-top/README
@@ -0,0 +1,42 @@
+$Id: README,v 1.1 2007/08/30 13:52:40 rjones Exp $
+
+The code is structured into these files:
+
+ virt_top.ml
+
+ This is the virt-top program.
+
+ The interesting function is called 'redraw', which is responsible
+ for redrawing the display on each frame. Another interesting
+ function is 'start_up' which handles all start-up stuff, eg.
+ command line arguments, connecting to the hypervisor, enabling
+ curses. The function 'main_loop' runs the main loop and has
+ sub-functions to deal with keypresses, help screens and so on.
+
+ virt_top_xml.ml
+
+ Any code which needs the optional xml-light library goes
+ in here. Mainly for parsing domain XML descriptions to get
+ the list of block devices and network interfaces.
+
+ The reason for having it in a separate file is so that we
+ don't depend on xml-light.
+
+ virt_top_csv.ml
+
+ Any code which need the optional ocaml-csv library goes
+ in here. This implements the --csv command line option.
+
+ virt_top_main.ml
+
+ This is just a small bit of code to glue whatever modules
+ (Virt_top + Virt_top_xml? + Virt_top_csv?) together.
+
+The man-page is generated from the single file:
+
+ virt-top.pod
+
+which generates (using perldoc) the following:
+
+ virt-top.1
+ virt-top.txt
diff --git a/virt-top/virt-top.1 b/virt-top/virt-top.1
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..7e9c5d4
--- /dev/null
+++ b/virt-top/virt-top.1
@@ -0,0 +1,328 @@
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+.\"
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+.\" ========================================================================
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+.br
+.if t .Sp
+.ne 5
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+.ft CW
+.nf
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+..
+.de Ve \" End verbatim text
+.ft R
+.fi
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+.\" ========================================================================
+.\"
+.IX Title "VIRT-TOP 1"
+.TH VIRT-TOP 1 "2007-08-30" "ocaml-libvirt-0.3.2.6" "Virtualization Support"
+.SH "NAME"
+virt\-top \- 'top'\-like utility for virtualization stats
+.SH "SUMMARY"
+.IX Header "SUMMARY"
+virt-top [\-options]
+.SH "DESCRIPTION"
+.IX Header "DESCRIPTION"
+virt-top is a \fItop\fR\|(1)\-like utility for showing stats of virtualized
+domains. Many keys and command line options are the same as for
+ordinary \fItop\fR.
+.PP
+It uses libvirt so it is capable of showing stats across a variety of
+different virtualization systems.
+.SH "OPTIONS"
+.IX Header "OPTIONS"
+.IP "\fB\-1\fR" 4
+.IX Item "-1"
+Display physical CPUs by default (instead of domains).
+When virt-top is running, use the \fI1\fR key to toggle
+between physical CPUs and domains display.
+.IP "\fB\-2\fR" 4
+.IX Item "-2"
+Display network interfaces by default (instead of domains).
+When virt-top is running, use the \fI2\fR key to toggle
+between network interfaces and domains display.
+.IP "\fB\-3\fR" 4
+.IX Item "-3"
+Display block devices (virtual disks) by default (instead of domains).
+When virt-top is running, use the \fI3\fR key to toggle
+between block devices and domains display.
+.IP "\fB\-b\fR" 4
+.IX Item "-b"
+Batch mode. In this mode keypresses are ignored.
+.IP "\fB\-c uri\fR or \fB\-\-connect uri\fR" 4
+.IX Item "-c uri or --connect uri"
+Connect to \s-1URI\s0 given. The default is to connect to the Xen
+hypervisor.
+.IP "\fB\-d delay\fR" 4
+.IX Item "-d delay"
+Set the delay between screen updates in seconds.
+The default is 3.0 seconds. You can change this
+while virt-top is running by pressing either \fIs\fR or \fId\fR key.
+.IP "\fB\-n iterations\fR" 4
+.IX Item "-n iterations"
+Set the number of iterations to run. The default
+is to run continuously.
+.IP "\fB\-o sort\fR" 4
+.IX Item "-o sort"
+Set the sort order to one of:
+\&\fBcpu\fR (sort by \f(CW%CPU\fR used),
+\&\fBmem\fR (sort by memory used),
+\&\fBtime\fR (sort by total time),
+\&\fBid\fR (sort by domain \s-1ID\s0),
+\&\fBname\fR (sort by domain name),
+\&\fBnetrx\fR (sort by network received bytes),
+\&\fBnettx\fR (sort by network transmitted bytes),
+\&\fBblockrdrq\fR (sort by block device [disk] read requests),
+\&\fBblockwrrq\fR (sort by block device [disk] write requests).
+.Sp
+While virt-top is running you can change the sort
+order using keys \fIP\fR (cpu), \fIM\fR (memory),
+\&\fIT\fR (total time), \fIN\fR (domain \s-1ID\s0),
+\&\fIF\fR (interactively select the sort field).
+.IP "\fB\-s\fR" 4
+.IX Item "-s"
+Secure mode. Currently this does nothing.
+.IP "\fB\-\-hist\-cpu secs\fR" 4
+.IX Item "--hist-cpu secs"
+Set the time in seconds between updates of the historical
+\&\f(CW%CPU\fR at the top right of the display.
+.IP "\fB\-\-csv file.csv\fR" 4
+.IX Item "--csv file.csv"
+Write the statistics to file \fIfile.csv\fR. First a header is written
+showing the statistics being recorded in each column, then one line is
+written for each screen update. The \s-1CSV\s0 file can be loaded directly
+by most spreadsheet programs.
+.Sp
+Currently the statistics which this records vary between releases of
+virt-top (but the column headers will stay the same, so you can use
+those to process the \s-1CSV\s0 file).
+.Sp
+Not every version of virt-top supports \s-1CSV\s0 output \- it depends how the
+program was compiled (see \fI\s-1README\s0\fR file in the source distribution
+for details).
+.IP "\fB\-\-debug filename\fR" 4
+.IX Item "--debug filename"
+Send debug and error messages to \fIfilename\fR.
+To send error messages to syslog you can do:
+.Sp
+.Vb 1
+\& virt-top --debug >(logger -t virt-top)
+.Ve
+.Sp
+See also \s-1REPORTING\s0 \s-1BUGS\s0 below.
+.IP "\fB\-\-help\fR" 4
+.IX Item "--help"
+Display usage summary.
+.SH "KEYS"
+.IX Header "KEYS"
+Note that keys are case sensitive. For example use upper-case \fIP\fR
+(shift P) to sort by \f(CW%CPU\fR. \fI^\fR before a key means a Ctrl key, so
+\&\fI^L\fR is Ctrl L.
+.IP "\fIspace\fR or \fI^L\fR" 4
+.IX Item "space or ^L"
+Updates the display.
+.IP "\fIq\fR" 4
+.IX Item "q"
+Quits the program.
+.IP "\fIh\fR" 4
+.IX Item "h"
+Displays help.
+.IP "\fIs\fR or \fId\fR" 4
+.IX Item "s or d"
+Change the delay between screen updates.
+.IP "\fI0\fR (number 0)" 4
+.IX Item "0 (number 0)"
+Show the normal list of domains display.
+.IP "\fI1\fR (number 1)" 4
+.IX Item "1 (number 1)"
+Toggle into showing physical CPUs. If pressed
+again toggles back to showing domains (the normal
+display).
+.IP "\fI2\fR" 4
+.IX Item "2"
+Toggle into showing network interfaces. If pressed
+again toggles back to showing domains.
+.IP "\fI3\fR" 4
+.IX Item "3"
+Toggle into showing block devices (virtual disks). If pressed again
+toggles back to showing domains.
+.IP "\fIP\fR" 4
+.IX Item "P"
+Sort by \f(CW%CPU\fR.
+.IP "\fIM\fR" 4
+.IX Item "M"
+Sort by memory.
+.IP "\fIT\fR" 4
+.IX Item "T"
+Sort by total time.
+.IP "\fIN\fR" 4
+.IX Item "N"
+Sort by domain \s-1ID\s0.
+.IP "\fIF\fR" 4
+.IX Item "F"
+Select the sort field interactively (there are other
+sort fields you can choose using this key).
+.SH "SEE ALSO"
+.IX Header "SEE ALSO"
+\&\fItop\fR\|(1),
+\&\fIvirsh\fR\|(1),
+\&\fIxm\fR\|(1),
+\&\fIxentop\fR\|(1),
+<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 "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\-top, 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-top --debug virt-top.log
+.Ve
+.Sp
+and keep \fIvirt\-top.log\fR. It contains error messages which you
+should submit with your bug report.
+.IP "3. Get version of virt-top and version of libvirt." 4
+.IX Item "3. Get version of virt-top and version of libvirt."
+In virt\-top, press the \fIh\fR (help) key, and write down the version of
+virt-top and the version of libvirt. They are shown in the first
+line.
+.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-top/virt-top.pod b/virt-top/virt-top.pod
new file mode 100644
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@@ -0,0 +1,244 @@
+=head1 NAME
+
+virt-top - 'top'-like utility for virtualization stats
+
+=head1 SUMMARY
+
+virt-top [-options]
+
+=head1 DESCRIPTION
+
+virt-top is a L<top(1)>-like utility for showing stats of virtualized
+domains. Many keys and command line options are the same as for
+ordinary I<top>.
+
+It uses libvirt so it is capable of showing stats across a variety of
+different virtualization systems.
+
+=head1 OPTIONS
+
+=over 4
+
+=item B<-1>
+
+Display physical CPUs by default (instead of domains).
+When virt-top is running, use the I<1> key to toggle
+between physical CPUs and domains display.
+
+=item B<-2>
+
+Display network interfaces by default (instead of domains).
+When virt-top is running, use the I<2> key to toggle
+between network interfaces and domains display.
+
+=item B<-3>
+
+Display block devices (virtual disks) by default (instead of domains).
+When virt-top is running, use the I<3> key to toggle
+between block devices and domains display.
+
+=item B<-b>
+
+Batch mode. In this mode keypresses are ignored.
+
+=item B<-c uri> or B<--connect uri>
+
+Connect to URI given. The default is to connect to the Xen
+hypervisor.
+
+=item B<-d delay>
+
+Set the delay between screen updates in seconds.
+The default is 3.0 seconds. You can change this
+while virt-top is running by pressing either I<s> or I<d> key.
+
+=item B<-n iterations>
+
+Set the number of iterations to run. The default
+is to run continuously.
+
+=item B<-o sort>
+
+Set the sort order to one of:
+B<cpu> (sort by %CPU used),
+B<mem> (sort by memory used),
+B<time> (sort by total time),
+B<id> (sort by domain ID),
+B<name> (sort by domain name),
+B<netrx> (sort by network received bytes),
+B<nettx> (sort by network transmitted bytes),
+B<blockrdrq> (sort by block device [disk] read requests),
+B<blockwrrq> (sort by block device [disk] write requests).
+
+While virt-top is running you can change the sort
+order using keys I<P> (cpu), I<M> (memory),
+I<T> (total time), I<N> (domain ID),
+I<F> (interactively select the sort field).
+
+=item B<-s>
+
+Secure mode. Currently this does nothing.
+
+=item B<--hist-cpu secs>
+
+Set the time in seconds between updates of the historical
+%CPU at the top right of the display.
+
+=item B<--csv file.csv>
+
+Write the statistics to file I<file.csv>. First a header is written
+showing the statistics being recorded in each column, then one line is
+written for each screen update. The CSV file can be loaded directly
+by most spreadsheet programs.
+
+Currently the statistics which this records vary between releases of
+virt-top (but the column headers will stay the same, so you can use
+those to process the CSV file).
+
+Not every version of virt-top supports CSV output - it depends how the
+program was compiled (see I<README> file in the source distribution
+for details).
+
+=item B<--debug filename>
+
+Send debug and error messages to I<filename>.
+To send error messages to syslog you can do:
+
+ virt-top --debug >(logger -t virt-top)
+
+See also REPORTING BUGS below.
+
+=item B<--help>
+
+Display usage summary.
+
+=back
+
+=head1 KEYS
+
+Note that keys are case sensitive. For example use upper-case I<P>
+(shift P) to sort by %CPU. I<^> before a key means a Ctrl key, so
+I<^L> is Ctrl L.
+
+=over 4
+
+=item I<space> or I<^L>
+
+Updates the display.
+
+=item I<q>
+
+Quits the program.
+
+=item I<h>
+
+Displays help.
+
+=item I<s> or I<d>
+
+Change the delay between screen updates.
+
+=item I<0> (number 0)
+
+Show the normal list of domains display.
+
+=item I<1> (number 1)
+
+Toggle into showing physical CPUs. If pressed
+again toggles back to showing domains (the normal
+display).
+
+=item I<2>
+
+Toggle into showing network interfaces. If pressed
+again toggles back to showing domains.
+
+=item I<3>
+
+Toggle into showing block devices (virtual disks). If pressed again
+toggles back to showing domains.
+
+=item I<P>
+
+Sort by %CPU.
+
+=item I<M>
+
+Sort by memory.
+
+=item I<T>
+
+Sort by total time.
+
+=item I<N>
+
+Sort by domain ID.
+
+=item I<F>
+
+Select the sort field interactively (there are other
+sort fields you can choose using this key).
+
+=back
+
+=head1 SEE ALSO
+
+L<top(1)>,
+L<virsh(1)>,
+L<xm(1)>,
+L<xentop(1)>,
+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 REPORTING BUGS
+
+Bugs can be viewed on the Red Hat Bugzilla page:
+L<https://bugzilla.redhat.com/>.
+
+If you find a bug in virt-top, 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-top --debug virt-top.log
+
+and keep I<virt-top.log>. It contains error messages which you
+should submit with your bug report.
+
+=item 3. Get version of virt-top and version of libvirt.
+
+In virt-top, press the I<h> (help) key, and write down the version of
+virt-top and the version of libvirt. They are shown in the first
+line.
+
+=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-top/virt-top.txt b/virt-top/virt-top.txt
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..ee2a426
--- /dev/null
+++ b/virt-top/virt-top.txt
@@ -0,0 +1,167 @@
+NAME
+ virt-top - 'top'-like utility for virtualization stats
+
+SUMMARY
+ virt-top [-options]
+
+DESCRIPTION
+ virt-top is a top(1)-like utility for showing stats of virtualized
+ domains. Many keys and command line options are the same as for ordinary
+ *top*.
+
+ It uses libvirt so it is capable of showing stats across a variety of
+ different virtualization systems.
+
+OPTIONS
+ -1 Display physical CPUs by default (instead of domains). When virt-top
+ is running, use the *1* key to toggle between physical CPUs and
+ domains display.
+
+ -2 Display network interfaces by default (instead of domains). When
+ virt-top is running, use the *2* key to toggle between network
+ interfaces and domains display.
+
+ -3 Display block devices (virtual disks) by default (instead of
+ domains). When virt-top is running, use the *3* key to toggle
+ between block devices and domains display.
+
+ -b Batch mode. In this mode keypresses are ignored.
+
+ -c uri or --connect uri
+ Connect to URI given. The default is to connect to the Xen
+ hypervisor.
+
+ -d delay
+ Set the delay between screen updates in seconds. The default is 3.0
+ seconds. You can change this while virt-top is running by pressing
+ either *s* or *d* key.
+
+ -n iterations
+ Set the number of iterations to run. The default is to run
+ continuously.
+
+ -o sort
+ Set the sort order to one of: cpu (sort by %CPU used), mem (sort by
+ memory used), time (sort by total time), id (sort by domain ID),
+ name (sort by domain name), netrx (sort by network received bytes),
+ nettx (sort by network transmitted bytes), blockrdrq (sort by block
+ device [disk] read requests), blockwrrq (sort by block device [disk]
+ write requests).
+
+ While virt-top is running you can change the sort order using keys
+ *P* (cpu), *M* (memory), *T* (total time), *N* (domain ID), *F*
+ (interactively select the sort field).
+
+ -s Secure mode. Currently this does nothing.
+
+ --hist-cpu secs
+ Set the time in seconds between updates of the historical %CPU at
+ the top right of the display.
+
+ --csv file.csv
+ Write the statistics to file *file.csv*. First a header is written
+ showing the statistics being recorded in each column, then one line
+ is written for each screen update. The CSV file can be loaded
+ directly by most spreadsheet programs.
+
+ Currently the statistics which this records vary between releases of
+ virt-top (but the column headers will stay the same, so you can use
+ those to process the CSV file).
+
+ Not every version of virt-top supports CSV output - it depends how
+ the program was compiled (see *README* file in the source
+ distribution for details).
+
+ --debug filename
+ Send debug and error messages to *filename*. To send error messages
+ to syslog you can do:
+
+ virt-top --debug >(logger -t virt-top)
+
+ See also REPORTING BUGS below.
+
+ --help
+ Display usage summary.
+
+KEYS
+ Note that keys are case sensitive. For example use upper-case *P* (shift
+ P) to sort by %CPU. *^* before a key means a Ctrl key, so *^L* is Ctrl
+ L.
+
+ *space* or *^L*
+ Updates the display.
+
+ *q* Quits the program.
+
+ *h* Displays help.
+
+ *s* or *d*
+ Change the delay between screen updates.
+
+ *0* (number 0)
+ Show the normal list of domains display.
+
+ *1* (number 1)
+ Toggle into showing physical CPUs. If pressed again toggles back to
+ showing domains (the normal display).
+
+ *2* Toggle into showing network interfaces. If pressed again toggles
+ back to showing domains.
+
+ *3* Toggle into showing block devices (virtual disks). If pressed again
+ toggles back to showing domains.
+
+ *P* Sort by %CPU.
+
+ *M* Sort by memory.
+
+ *T* Sort by total time.
+
+ *N* Sort by domain ID.
+
+ *F* Select the sort field interactively (there are other sort fields you
+ can choose using this key).
+
+SEE ALSO
+ top(1), virsh(1), xm(1), xentop(1), <http://www.libvirt.org/>,
+ <http://et.redhat.com/~rjones/>, <http://caml.inria.fr/>
+
+AUTHORS
+ Richard W.M. Jones <rjones @ redhat . com>
+
+REPORTING BUGS
+ Bugs can be viewed on the Red Hat Bugzilla page:
+ <https://bugzilla.redhat.com/>.
+
+ If you find a bug in virt-top, 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-top --debug virt-top.log
+
+ and keep *virt-top.log*. It contains error messages which you should
+ submit with your bug report.
+
+ 3. Get version of virt-top and version of libvirt.
+ In virt-top, press the *h* (help) key, and write down the version of
+ virt-top and the version of libvirt. They are shown in the first
+ line.
+
+ 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-top/virt_top.ml b/virt-top/virt_top.ml
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+(* 'top'-like tool for libvirt domains.
+ * $Id: virt_top.ml,v 1.5 2007/08/30 13:52:40 rjones Exp $
+ *)
+
+open Printf
+open ExtList
+open Curses
+
+module C = Libvirt.Connect
+module D = Libvirt.Domain
+module N = Libvirt.Network
+
+(* Hook for XML support (see virt_top_xml.ml). *)
+let parse_device_xml : (int -> [>`R] D.t -> string list * string list) ref =
+ ref (
+ fun _ _ -> [], []
+ )
+
+(* Hooks for CSV support (see virt_top_csv.ml). *)
+let csv_start : (string -> unit) ref =
+ ref (
+ fun _ -> failwith "virt-top was compiled without support for CSV"
+ )
+let csv_write : (string list -> unit) ref =
+ ref (
+ fun _ -> ()
+ )
+
+(* Int64 operators for convenience. *)
+let (+^) = Int64.add
+let (-^) = Int64.sub
+let ( *^ ) = Int64.mul
+let (/^) = Int64.div
+
+type sort_order =
+ | DomainID | DomainName | Processor | Memory | Time
+ | NetRX | NetTX | BlockRdRq | BlockWrRq
+let all_sort_fields = [
+ DomainID; DomainName; Processor; Memory; Time;
+ NetRX; NetTX; BlockRdRq; BlockWrRq
+]
+let printable_sort_order = function
+ | Processor -> "%CPU"
+ | Memory -> "%MEM"
+ | Time -> "TIME (CPU time)"
+ | DomainID -> "Domain ID"
+ | DomainName -> "Domain name"
+ | NetRX -> "Net RX bytes"
+ | NetTX -> "Net TX bytes"
+ | BlockRdRq -> "Block read reqs"
+ | BlockWrRq -> "Block write reqs"
+
+(* Current major display mode: TaskDisplay is the normal display. *)
+type display = TaskDisplay | PCPUDisplay | BlockDisplay | NetDisplay
+
+(* Settings. *)
+let quit = ref false
+let delay = ref 3000 (* milliseconds *)
+let historical_cpu_delay = ref 20 (* secs *)
+let iterations = ref (-1)
+let batch_mode = ref false
+let secure_mode = ref false
+let sort_order = ref Processor
+let display_mode = ref TaskDisplay
+let uri = ref None
+let debug_file = ref ""
+let csv_enabled = ref false
+
+(* Function to read command line arguments and go into curses mode. *)
+let start_up () =
+ (* Read command line arguments. *)
+ let rec set_delay newdelay =
+ if newdelay <= 0. then
+ failwith "-d: cannot set a negative delay";
+ delay := int_of_float (newdelay *. 1000.)
+ and set_uri = function "" -> uri := None | u -> uri := Some u
+ and set_sort = function
+ | "cpu" | "processor" -> sort_order := Processor
+ | "mem" | "memory" -> sort_order := Memory
+ | "time" -> sort_order := Time
+ | "id" -> sort_order := DomainID
+ | "name" -> sort_order := DomainName
+ | "netrx" -> sort_order := NetRX | "nettx" -> sort_order := NetTX
+ | "blockrdrq" -> sort_order := BlockRdRq
+ | "blockwrrq" -> sort_order := BlockWrRq
+ | str -> failwith (str ^ ": sort order should be: cpu|mem|time|id|name|netrx|nettx|blockrdrq|blockwrrq")
+ and set_pcpu_mode () = display_mode := PCPUDisplay
+ and set_net_mode () = display_mode := NetDisplay
+ and set_block_mode () = display_mode := BlockDisplay
+ and set_csv filename =
+ (!csv_start) filename;
+ csv_enabled := true
+ in
+ let argspec = Arg.align [
+ "-1", Arg.Unit set_pcpu_mode, " Start by displaying pCPUs (default: tasks)";
+ "-2", Arg.Unit set_net_mode, " Start by displaying network interfaces";
+ "-3", Arg.Unit set_block_mode, " Start by displaying block devices";
+ "-b", Arg.Set batch_mode, " Batch mode";
+ "-c", Arg.String set_uri, "uri Connect to URI (default: Xen)";
+ "--connect", Arg.String set_uri, "uri Connect to URI (default: Xen)";
+ "--csv", Arg.String set_csv, "file Log statistics to CSV file";
+ "-d", Arg.Float set_delay, "delay Delay time interval (seconds)";
+ "--debug", Arg.Set_string debug_file, "file Send debug messages to file";
+ "--hist-cpu", Arg.Set_int historical_cpu_delay, "secs Historical CPU delay";
+ "-n", Arg.Set_int iterations, "iterations Number of iterations to run";
+ "-o", Arg.String set_sort, "sort Set sort order (cpu|mem|time|id|name)";
+ "-s", Arg.Set secure_mode, " Secure (\"kiosk\") mode";
+ ] in
+ let anon_fun str = raise (Arg.Bad (str ^ ": unknown parameter")) in
+ let usage_msg = "virt-top : a 'top'-like utility for virtualization
+
+SUMMARY
+ virt-top [-options]
+
+OPTIONS" in
+ Arg.parse argspec anon_fun usage_msg;
+
+ (* Connect to the hypervisor before going into curses mode, since
+ * this is the most likely thing to fail.
+ *)
+ 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 Unix.geteuid () <> 0 && name = None then (
+ print_endline "NB: If you want to monitor a local Xen hypervisor, you usually need to be root";
+ );
+ exit 1 in
+
+ (* Get the node_info. This never changes, right? So we get it just once. *)
+ let node_info = C.get_node_info conn in
+
+ (* Hostname and libvirt library version also don't change. *)
+ let hostname =
+ try C.get_hostname conn
+ with
+ | Invalid_argument "virConnectGetHostname not supported" -> "unknown" in
+
+ let libvirt_version =
+ let v, _ = Libvirt.get_version () in
+ v / 1_000_000, (v / 1_000) mod 1_000, v mod 1_000 in
+
+ (* Open debug file if specified.
+ * NB: Do this just before jumping into curses mode.
+ *)
+ (match !debug_file with
+ | "" -> (* No debug file specified, send stderr to /dev/null. *)
+ (try
+ let fd = Unix.openfile "/dev/null" [Unix.O_WRONLY] 0o644 in
+ Unix.dup2 fd Unix.stderr;
+ Unix.close fd
+ with
+ Unix.Unix_error _ -> ()
+ )
+ | filename -> (* Send stderr to the named file. *)
+ let fd =
+ Unix.openfile filename [Unix.O_WRONLY;Unix.O_CREAT;Unix.O_TRUNC]
+ 0o644 in
+ Unix.dup2 fd Unix.stderr;
+ Unix.close fd
+ );
+
+ (* Curses voodoo (see ncurses(3)). *)
+ let stdscr =
+ initscr ();
+ cbreak ();
+ noecho ();
+ nonl ();
+ let stdscr = stdscr () in
+ intrflush stdscr false;
+ keypad stdscr true;
+ stdscr in
+
+ (* This tuple of static information is called 'state' in other parts
+ * of this program, and is passed to other functions such as redraw and
+ * main_loop. See virt_top_main.ml. It's not really "state" though.
+ *)
+ conn, stdscr, node_info, hostname, libvirt_version
+
+(* Show a percentage in 4 chars. *)
+let show_percent percent =
+ if percent <= 0. then " 0.0"
+ else if percent <= 9.9 then sprintf " %1.1f" percent
+ else if percent <= 99.9 then sprintf "%2.1f" percent
+ else "100 "
+
+(* Show an int64 option in 4 chars. *)
+let rec show_int64_option = function
+ | None -> " "
+ | Some n -> show_int64 n
+(* Show an int64 in 4 chars. *)
+and show_int64 = function
+ | n when n < 0L -> "-!!!"
+ | n when n <= 9999L ->
+ sprintf "%4Ld" n
+ | n when n /^ 1024L <= 999L ->
+ sprintf "%3LdK" (n /^ 1024L)
+ | n when n /^ 1_048_576L <= 999L ->
+ sprintf "%3LdM" (n /^ 1_048_576L)
+ | n when n /^ 1_073_741_824L <= 999L ->
+ sprintf "%3LdG" (n /^ 1_073_741_824L)
+ | _ -> ">!!!"
+
+(* Format the total time (may be large!) in 9 chars. *)
+let show_time ns =
+ let secs_in_ns = 1_000_000_000L in
+ let mins_in_ns = 60_000_000_000L in
+ let hours_in_ns = 3_600_000_000_000L in
+
+ let hours = ns /^ hours_in_ns in
+ let ns = ns -^ (hours *^ hours_in_ns) in
+ let mins = ns /^ mins_in_ns in
+ let ns = ns -^ (mins *^ mins_in_ns) in
+ let secs = ns /^ secs_in_ns in
+ let ns = ns -^ (secs *^ secs_in_ns) in
+ let pennies = ns /^ 10_000_000L in
+
+ if hours < 12L then
+ sprintf "%3Ld:%02Ld.%02Ld" (hours *^ 60L +^ mins) secs pennies
+ else if hours <= 999L then
+ sprintf "%3Ld:%02Ld:%02Ld" hours mins secs
+ else (
+ let days = hours /^ 24L in
+ let hours = hours -^ (days *^ 24L) in
+ sprintf "%3Ldd%02Ld:%02Ld" days hours mins
+ )
+
+(* Show a domain state (the 'S' column). *)
+let show_state = function
+ | D.InfoNoState -> '?'
+ | D.InfoRunning -> 'R'
+ | D.InfoBlocked -> 'S'
+ | D.InfoPaused -> 'P'
+ | D.InfoShutdown -> 'D'
+ | D.InfoShutoff -> 'O'
+ | D.InfoCrashed -> 'X'
+
+(* Sum Domain.block_stats structures together. Missing fields
+ * get forced to 0. Empty list returns all 0.
+ *)
+let zero_block_stats =
+ { D.rd_req = 0L; rd_bytes = 0L; wr_req = 0L; wr_bytes = 0L; errs = 0L }
+let add_block_stats bs1 bs2 =
+ let add f1 f2 = if f1 >= 0L && f2 >= 0L then f1 +^ f2 else 0L in
+ { D.rd_req = add bs1.D.rd_req bs2.D.rd_req;
+ rd_bytes = add bs1.D.rd_bytes bs2.D.rd_bytes;
+ wr_req = add bs1.D.wr_req bs2.D.wr_req;
+ wr_bytes = add bs1.D.wr_bytes bs2.D.wr_bytes;
+ errs = add bs1.D.errs bs2.D.errs }
+let sum_block_stats =
+ List.fold_left add_block_stats zero_block_stats
+
+(* Get the difference between two block_stats structures. Missing data
+ * forces the difference to -1.
+ *)
+let diff_block_stats curr prev =
+ let sub f1 f2 = if f1 >= 0L && f2 >= 0L then f1 -^ f2 else -1L in
+ { D.rd_req = sub curr.D.rd_req prev.D.rd_req;
+ rd_bytes = sub curr.D.rd_bytes prev.D.rd_bytes;
+ wr_req = sub curr.D.wr_req prev.D.wr_req;
+ wr_bytes = sub curr.D.wr_bytes prev.D.wr_bytes;
+ errs = sub curr.D.errs prev.D.errs }
+
+(* Sum Domain.interface_stats structures together. Missing fields
+ * get forced to 0. Empty list returns all 0.
+ *)
+let zero_interface_stats =
+ { D.rx_bytes = 0L; rx_packets = 0L; rx_errs = 0L; rx_drop = 0L;
+ tx_bytes = 0L; tx_packets = 0L; tx_errs = 0L; tx_drop = 0L }
+let add_interface_stats is1 is2 =
+ let add f1 f2 = if f1 >= 0L && f2 >= 0L then f1 +^ f2 else 0L in
+ { D.rx_bytes = add is1.D.rx_bytes is2.D.rx_bytes;
+ rx_packets = add is1.D.rx_packets is2.D.rx_packets;
+ rx_errs = add is1.D.rx_errs is2.D.rx_errs;
+ rx_drop = add is1.D.rx_drop is2.D.rx_drop;
+ tx_bytes = add is1.D.tx_bytes is2.D.tx_bytes;
+ tx_packets = add is1.D.tx_packets is2.D.tx_packets;
+ tx_errs = add is1.D.tx_errs is2.D.tx_errs;
+ tx_drop = add is1.D.tx_drop is2.D.tx_drop }
+let sum_interface_stats =
+ List.fold_left add_interface_stats zero_interface_stats
+
+(* Get the difference between two interface_stats structures.
+ * Missing data forces the difference to -1.
+ *)
+let diff_interface_stats curr prev =
+ let sub f1 f2 = if f1 >= 0L && f2 >= 0L then f1 -^ f2 else -1L in
+ { D.rx_bytes = sub curr.D.rx_bytes prev.D.rx_bytes;
+ rx_packets = sub curr.D.rx_packets prev.D.rx_packets;
+ rx_errs = sub curr.D.rx_errs prev.D.rx_errs;
+ rx_drop = sub curr.D.rx_drop prev.D.rx_drop;
+ tx_bytes = sub curr.D.tx_bytes prev.D.tx_bytes;
+ tx_packets = sub curr.D.tx_packets prev.D.tx_packets;
+ tx_errs = sub curr.D.tx_errs prev.D.tx_errs;
+ tx_drop = sub curr.D.tx_drop prev.D.tx_drop }
+
+(* Update the display and sleep for given number of seconds. *)
+let sleep n = refresh (); Unix.sleep n
+
+(* The curses getstr/getnstr functions are just weird.
+ * This helper function also enables echo temporarily.
+ *)
+let get_string maxlen =
+ echo ();
+ let str = String.create maxlen in
+ let ok = getstr str in (* Safe because binding calls getnstr. *)
+ noecho ();
+ if not ok then ""
+ else (
+ (* Chop at first '\0'. *)
+ try
+ let i = String.index str '\000' in
+ String.sub str 0 i
+ with
+ Not_found -> str (* it is full maxlen bytes *)
+ )
+
+(* Pad a string to the full width with spaces. If too long, truncate. *)
+let pad width str =
+ let n = String.length str in
+ if n = width then str
+ else if n > width then String.sub str 0 width
+ else (* if n < width then *) str ^ String.make (width-n) ' '
+
+(* Line numbers. *)
+let top_lineno = 0
+let summary_lineno = 1 (* this takes 2 lines *)
+let message_lineno = 3
+let header_lineno = 4
+let domains_lineno = 5
+
+(* Print in the "message area". *)
+let clear_msg () = move message_lineno 0; clrtoeol ()
+let print_msg str = clear_msg (); mvaddstr message_lineno 0 str; ()
+
+(* Write CSV header row. *)
+let write_csv_header () =
+ (!csv_write) [ "Hostname"; "Time"; "Arch"; "Physical CPUs";
+ "Count"; "Running"; "Blocked"; "Paused"; "Shutdown";
+ "Shutoff"; "Crashed"; "Active"; "Inactive";
+ "%CPU"; "Total memory KB"; "Total guest memory KB";
+ "Total CPU time ns" ]
+
+(* Intermediate "domain + stats" structure that we use to collect
+ * everything we know about a domain within the redraw function.
+ *)
+type rd_domain = Inactive | Active of rd_active
+and rd_active = {
+ rd_domid : int; (* Domain ID. *)
+ rd_dom : [`R] D.t; (* Domain object. *)
+ rd_info : D.info; (* Domain CPU info now. *)
+ rd_block_stats : (string * D.block_stats) list;
+ (* Domain block stats now. *)
+ rd_interface_stats : (string * D.interface_stats) list;
+ (* Domain net stats now. *)
+ rd_prev_info : D.info option; (* Domain CPU info previously. *)
+ rd_prev_block_stats : (string * D.block_stats) list;
+ (* Domain block stats prev. *)
+ rd_prev_interface_stats : (string * D.interface_stats) list;
+ (* Domain interface stats prev. *)
+ (* The following are since the last slice, or 0 if cannot be calculated: *)
+ rd_cpu_time : float; (* CPU time used in nanoseconds. *)
+ rd_percent_cpu : float; (* CPU time as percent of total. *)
+ (* The following are since the last slice, or None if cannot be calc'd: *)
+ rd_block_rd_reqs : int64 option; (* Number of block device read rqs. *)
+ rd_block_wr_reqs : int64 option; (* Number of block device write rqs. *)
+ rd_net_rx_bytes : int64 option; (* Number of bytes received. *)
+ rd_net_tx_bytes : int64 option; (* Number of bytes transmitted. *)
+}
+
+(* Redraw the display. *)
+let redraw, clear_pcpu_display_data =
+ (* We cache the list of block devices and interfaces for each domain
+ * here, so we don't need to reparse the XML each time.
+ *)
+ let devices = Hashtbl.create 13 in
+
+ (* Function to get the list of block devices, network interfaces for
+ * a particular domain. Get it from the devices cache, and if not
+ * there then parse the domain XML.
+ *)
+ let get_devices id dom =
+ try Hashtbl.find devices id
+ with Not_found ->
+ let blkdevs, netifs = (!parse_device_xml) id dom in
+ Hashtbl.replace devices id (blkdevs, netifs);
+ blkdevs, netifs
+ in
+
+ (* We save the state of domains across redraws here, which allows us
+ * to deduce %CPU usage from the running total.
+ *)
+ let last_info = Hashtbl.create 13 in
+ let last_time = ref (Unix.gettimeofday ()) in
+
+ (* Save vcpuinfo structures across redraws too (only for pCPU display). *)
+ let last_vcpu_info = Hashtbl.create 13 in
+
+ (* Keep a historical list of %CPU usages. *)
+ let historical_cpu = ref [] in
+ let historical_cpu_last_time = ref (Unix.gettimeofday ()) in
+
+ let redraw (conn, stdscr, node_info, hostname, _) =
+ clear ();
+
+ (* Get the screen/window size. *)
+ let lines, cols = get_size () in
+
+ (* Number of physical CPUs (some may be disabled). *)
+ let nr_pcpus = C.maxcpus_of_node_info node_info in
+
+ (* Get the current time. *)
+ let time = Unix.gettimeofday () in
+ let tm = Unix.localtime time in
+ let printable_time =
+ sprintf "%02d:%02d:%02d" tm.Unix.tm_hour tm.Unix.tm_min tm.Unix.tm_sec in
+ mvaddstr top_lineno 0 ("virt-top " ^ printable_time ^ " - ");
+
+ (* What's the total CPU time elapsed since we were last called? (ns) *)
+ let total_cpu_per_pcpu = 1_000_000_000. *. (time -. !last_time) in
+ (* Avoid division by zero. *)
+ let total_cpu_per_pcpu =
+ if total_cpu_per_pcpu <= 0. then 1. else total_cpu_per_pcpu in
+ let total_cpu = float node_info.C.cpus *. total_cpu_per_pcpu in
+
+ (* Basic node_info. *)
+ addstr (sprintf "%s %d/%dCPU %dMHz %LdMB "
+ node_info.C.model node_info.C.cpus nr_pcpus node_info.C.mhz
+ (node_info.C.memory /^ 1024L));
+ (* Save the cursor position for when we come to draw the
+ * historical CPU times (down in this function).
+ *)
+ let historical_cursor = getyx stdscr in
+
+ (* Get the domains. Match up with their last_info (if any). *)
+ let doms =
+ (* Active domains. *)
+ let n = C.num_of_domains conn in
+ let ids = Array.to_list (C.list_domains conn n) in
+ let doms =
+ List.filter_map (
+ fun id ->
+ try
+ let dom = D.lookup_by_id conn id in
+ let name = D.get_name dom in
+ let blkdevs, netifs = get_devices id dom in
+
+ (* Get current CPU, block and network stats. *)
+ let info = D.get_info dom in
+ let block_stats =
+ try List.map (fun dev -> dev, D.block_stats dom dev) blkdevs
+ with
+ | Invalid_argument "virDomainBlockStats not supported"
+ | Libvirt.Virterror _ -> [] in
+ let interface_stats =
+ try List.map (fun dev -> dev, D.interface_stats dom dev) netifs
+ with
+ | Invalid_argument "virDomainInterfaceStats not supported"
+ | Libvirt.Virterror _ -> [] in
+
+ let prev_info, prev_block_stats, prev_interface_stats =
+ try
+ let prev_info, prev_block_stats, prev_interface_stats =
+ Hashtbl.find last_info id in
+ Some prev_info, prev_block_stats, prev_interface_stats
+ with Not_found -> None, [], [] in
+
+ Some (name, Active {
+ rd_domid = id; rd_dom = dom; rd_info = info;
+ rd_block_stats = block_stats;
+ rd_interface_stats = interface_stats;
+ rd_prev_info = prev_info;
+ rd_prev_block_stats = prev_block_stats;
+ rd_prev_interface_stats = prev_interface_stats;
+ rd_cpu_time = 0.; rd_percent_cpu = 0.;
+ rd_block_rd_reqs = None; rd_block_wr_reqs = None;
+ rd_net_rx_bytes = None; rd_net_tx_bytes = None;
+ })
+ with
+ Libvirt.Virterror _ -> None (* ignore transient error *)
+ ) ids in
+
+ (* Inactive domains. *)
+ let n = C.num_of_defined_domains conn in
+ let names = Array.to_list (C.list_defined_domains conn n) in
+ let doms_inactive = List.map (fun name -> name, Inactive) names in
+
+ doms @ doms_inactive in
+
+ (* Calculate the CPU time (ns) and %CPU used by each domain. *)
+ let doms =
+ List.map (
+ function
+ (* We have previous CPU info from which to calculate it? *)
+ | name, Active ({ rd_prev_info = Some prev_info } as rd) ->
+ let cpu_time =
+ Int64.to_float (rd.rd_info.D.cpu_time -^ prev_info.D.cpu_time) in
+ let percent_cpu = 100. *. cpu_time /. total_cpu in
+ let rd = { rd with
+ rd_cpu_time = cpu_time;
+ rd_percent_cpu = percent_cpu } in
+ name, Active rd
+ (* For all other domains we can't calculate it, so leave as 0 *)
+ | rd -> rd
+ ) doms in
+
+ (* Calculate the number of block device read/write requests across
+ * all block devices attached to a domain.
+ *)
+ let doms =
+ List.map (
+ function
+ (* Do we have stats from the previous slice? *)
+ | name, Active ({ rd_prev_block_stats = ((_::_) as prev_block_stats) }
+ as rd) ->
+ let block_stats = rd.rd_block_stats in (* stats now *)
+
+ (* Add all the devices together. Throw away device names. *)
+ let prev_block_stats =
+ sum_block_stats (List.map snd prev_block_stats) in
+ let block_stats =
+ sum_block_stats (List.map snd block_stats) in
+
+ (* Calculate increase in read & write requests. *)
+ let read_reqs =
+ block_stats.D.rd_req -^ prev_block_stats.D.rd_req in
+ let write_reqs =
+ block_stats.D.wr_req -^ prev_block_stats.D.wr_req in
+
+ let rd = { rd with
+ rd_block_rd_reqs = Some read_reqs;
+ rd_block_wr_reqs = Some write_reqs } in
+ name, Active rd
+ (* For all other domains we can't calculate it, so leave as None. *)
+ | rd -> rd
+ ) doms in
+
+ (* Calculate the same as above for network interfaces across
+ * all network interfaces attached to a domain.
+ *)
+ let doms =
+ List.map (
+ function
+ (* Do we have stats from the previous slice? *)
+ | name, Active ({ rd_prev_interface_stats =
+ ((_::_) as prev_interface_stats) }
+ as rd) ->
+ let interface_stats = rd.rd_interface_stats in (* stats now *)
+
+ (* Add all the devices together. Throw away device names. *)
+ let prev_interface_stats =
+ sum_interface_stats (List.map snd prev_interface_stats) in
+ let interface_stats =
+ sum_interface_stats (List.map snd interface_stats) in
+
+ (* Calculate increase in rx & tx bytes. *)
+ let rx_bytes =
+ interface_stats.D.rx_bytes -^ prev_interface_stats.D.rx_bytes in
+ let tx_bytes =
+ interface_stats.D.tx_bytes -^ prev_interface_stats.D.tx_bytes in
+
+ let rd = { rd with
+ rd_net_rx_bytes = Some rx_bytes;
+ rd_net_tx_bytes = Some tx_bytes } in
+ name, Active rd
+ (* For all other domains we can't calculate it, so leave as None. *)
+ | rd -> rd
+ ) doms in
+
+ (match !display_mode with
+ | TaskDisplay -> (*---------- Showing domains ----------*)
+ (* Sort domains on current sort_order. *)
+ let doms =
+ let cmp =
+ match !sort_order with
+ | DomainName ->
+ (fun _ -> 0) (* fallthrough to default name compare *)
+ | Processor ->
+ (function
+ | Active rd1, Active rd2 ->
+ compare rd2.rd_percent_cpu rd1.rd_percent_cpu
+ | Active _, Inactive -> -1
+ | Inactive, Active _ -> 1
+ | Inactive, Inactive -> 0)
+ | Memory ->
+ (function
+ | Active { rd_info = info1 }, Active { rd_info = info2 } ->
+ compare info2.D.memory info1.D.memory
+ | Active _, Inactive -> -1
+ | Inactive, Active _ -> 1
+ | Inactive, Inactive -> 0)
+ | Time ->
+ (function
+ | Active { rd_info = info1 }, Active { rd_info = info2 } ->
+ compare info2.D.cpu_time info1.D.cpu_time
+ | Active _, Inactive -> -1
+ | Inactive, Active _ -> 1
+ | Inactive, Inactive -> 0)
+ | DomainID ->
+ (function
+ | Active { rd_domid = id1 }, Active { rd_domid = id2 } ->
+ compare id1 id2
+ | Active _, Inactive -> -1
+ | Inactive, Active _ -> 1
+ | Inactive, Inactive -> 0)
+ | NetRX ->
+ (function
+ | Active { rd_net_rx_bytes = r1 }, Active { rd_net_rx_bytes = r2 } ->
+ compare r2 r1
+ | Active _, Inactive -> -1
+ | Inactive, Active _ -> 1
+ | Inactive, Inactive -> 0)
+ | NetTX ->
+ (function
+ | Active { rd_net_tx_bytes = r1 }, Active { rd_net_tx_bytes = r2 } ->
+ compare r2 r1
+ | Active _, Inactive -> -1
+ | Inactive, Active _ -> 1
+ | Inactive, Inactive -> 0)
+ | BlockRdRq ->
+ (function
+ | Active { rd_block_rd_reqs = r1 }, Active { rd_block_rd_reqs = r2 } ->
+ compare r2 r1
+ | Active _, Inactive -> -1
+ | Inactive, Active _ -> 1
+ | Inactive, Inactive -> 0)
+ | BlockWrRq ->
+ (function
+ | Active { rd_block_wr_reqs = r1 }, Active { rd_block_wr_reqs = r2 } ->
+ compare r2 r1
+ | Active _, Inactive -> -1
+ | Inactive, Active _ -> 1
+ | Inactive, Inactive -> 0)
+ in
+ let cmp (name1, dom1) (name2, dom2) =
+ let r = cmp (dom1, dom2) in
+ if r <> 0 then r
+ else compare name1 name2
+ in
+ List.sort ~cmp doms in
+
+ (* Print domains. *)
+ attron A.reverse;
+ mvaddstr header_lineno 0
+ (pad cols " ID S RDRQ WRRQ RXBY TXBY %CPU %MEM TIME NAME");
+ attroff A.reverse;
+
+ let rec loop lineno = function
+ | [] -> ()
+ | (name, Active rd) :: doms ->
+ if lineno < lines then (
+ let state = show_state rd.rd_info.D.state in
+ let rd_req = show_int64_option rd.rd_block_rd_reqs in
+ let wr_req = show_int64_option rd.rd_block_wr_reqs in
+ let rx_bytes = show_int64_option rd.rd_net_rx_bytes in
+ let tx_bytes = show_int64_option rd.rd_net_tx_bytes in
+ let percent_cpu = show_percent rd.rd_percent_cpu in
+ let percent_mem =
+ 100L *^ rd.rd_info.D.memory /^ node_info.C.memory in
+ let percent_mem = Int64.to_float percent_mem in
+ let percent_mem = show_percent percent_mem in
+ let time = show_time rd.rd_info.D.cpu_time in
+
+ let line = sprintf "%5d %c %s %s %s %s %s %s %s %s"
+ rd.rd_domid state rd_req wr_req rx_bytes tx_bytes
+ percent_cpu percent_mem time name in
+ let line = pad cols line in
+ mvaddstr lineno 0 line;
+ loop (lineno+1) doms
+ )
+ | (name, Inactive) :: doms -> (* inactive domain *)
+ if lineno < lines then (
+ let line =
+ sprintf
+ " - (%s)"
+ name in
+ let line = pad cols line in
+ mvaddstr lineno 0 line;
+ loop (lineno+1) doms
+ )
+ in
+ loop domains_lineno doms
+
+ | PCPUDisplay -> (*---------- Showing physical CPUs ----------*)
+ (* Get the VCPU info and VCPU->PCPU mappings for active domains.
+ * Also cull some data we don't care about.
+ *)
+ let doms = List.filter_map (
+ function
+ | (name, Active rd) ->
+ (try
+ let domid = rd.rd_domid in
+ let maplen = C.cpumaplen nr_pcpus in
+ let maxinfo = rd.rd_info.D.nr_virt_cpu in
+ let nr_vcpus, vcpu_infos, cpumaps =
+ D.get_vcpus rd.rd_dom maxinfo maplen in
+
+ (* Got previous vcpu_infos for this domain? *)
+ let prev_vcpu_infos =
+ try Some (Hashtbl.find last_vcpu_info domid)
+ with Not_found -> None in
+ (* Update last_vcpu_info. *)
+ Hashtbl.replace last_vcpu_info domid vcpu_infos;
+
+ (match prev_vcpu_infos with
+ | Some prev_vcpu_infos
+ when Array.length prev_vcpu_infos = Array.length vcpu_infos ->
+ Some (domid, name, nr_vcpus, vcpu_infos, prev_vcpu_infos,
+ cpumaps, maplen)
+ | _ -> None (* ignore missing / unequal length prev_vcpu_infos *)
+ );
+ with
+ Libvirt.Virterror _ -> None(* ignore transient libvirt errs *)
+ )
+ | (_, Inactive) -> None (* ignore inactive doms *)
+ ) doms in
+ let nr_doms = List.length doms in
+
+ (* Rearrange the data into a matrix. Major axis (down) is
+ * pCPUs. Minor axis (right) is domains. At each node we store:
+ * cpu_time (on this pCPU only, nanosecs),
+ * average? (if set, then cpu_time is an average because the
+ * vCPU is pinned to more than one pCPU)
+ * running? (if set, we were instantaneously running on this pCPU)
+ *)
+ let empty_node = (0L, false, false) in
+ let pcpus = Array.make_matrix nr_pcpus nr_doms empty_node in
+
+ List.iteri (
+ fun di (domid, name, nr_vcpus, vcpu_infos, prev_vcpu_infos,
+ cpumaps, maplen) ->
+ (* Which pCPUs can this dom run on? *)
+ for v = 0 to nr_vcpus-1 do
+ let pcpu = vcpu_infos.(v).D.cpu in (* instantaneous pCPU *)
+ let nr_poss_pcpus = ref 0 in (* how many pcpus can it run on? *)
+ for p = 0 to nr_pcpus-1 do
+ (* vcpu v can reside on pcpu p *)
+ if C.cpu_usable cpumaps maplen v p then
+ incr nr_poss_pcpus
+ done;
+ let nr_poss_pcpus = Int64.of_int !nr_poss_pcpus in
+ for p = 0 to nr_pcpus-1 do
+ (* vcpu v can reside on pcpu p *)
+ if C.cpu_usable cpumaps maplen v p then
+ let vcpu_time_on_pcpu =
+ vcpu_infos.(v).D.vcpu_time
+ -^ prev_vcpu_infos.(v).D.vcpu_time in
+ let vcpu_time_on_pcpu =
+ vcpu_time_on_pcpu /^ nr_poss_pcpus in
+ pcpus.(p).(di) <-
+ (vcpu_time_on_pcpu, nr_poss_pcpus > 1L, p = pcpu)
+ done
+ done
+ ) doms;
+
+ (* Sum the CPU time used by each pCPU, for the %CPU column. *)
+ let pcpus_cpu_time = Array.map (
+ fun row ->
+ let cpu_time = ref 0L in
+ for di = 0 to Array.length row-1 do
+ let t, _, _ = row.(di) in
+ cpu_time := !cpu_time +^ t
+ done;
+ Int64.to_float !cpu_time
+ ) pcpus in
+
+ (* Display the pCPUs. *)
+ let dom_names =
+ String.concat "" (
+ List.map (
+ fun (_, name, _, _, _, _, _) ->
+ let len = String.length name in
+ let width = max (len+1) 7 in
+ pad width name
+ ) doms
+ ) in
+ attron A.reverse;
+ mvaddstr header_lineno 0 (pad cols ("PHYCPU %CPU " ^ dom_names));
+ attroff A.reverse;
+
+ Array.iteri (
+ fun p row ->
+ mvaddstr (p+domains_lineno) 0 (sprintf "%4d " p);
+ let cpu_time = pcpus_cpu_time.(p) in (* ns used on this CPU *)
+ let percent_cpu = 100. *. cpu_time /. total_cpu_per_pcpu in
+ addstr (show_percent percent_cpu);
+ addch 32;
+
+ List.iteri (
+ fun di (domid, name, _, _, _, _, _) ->
+ let t, is_average, is_running = pcpus.(p).(di) in
+ let len = String.length name in
+ let width = max (len+1) 7 in
+ let str =
+ if t <= 0L then ""
+ else (
+ let t = Int64.to_float t in
+ let percent = 100. *. t /. total_cpu_per_pcpu in
+ sprintf "%s%c%c " (show_percent percent)
+ (if is_average then '=' else ' ')
+ (if is_running then '#' else ' ')
+ ) in
+ addstr (pad width str);
+ ()
+ ) doms
+ ) pcpus;
+
+ | NetDisplay -> (*---------- Showing network interfaces ----------*)
+ (* Only care about active domains. *)
+ let doms = List.filter_map (
+ function
+ | (name, Active rd) -> Some (name, rd)
+ | (_, Inactive) -> None
+ ) doms in
+
+ (* For each domain we have a list of network interfaces seen
+ * this slice, and seen in the previous slice, which we now
+ * match up to get a list of (domain, interface) for which
+ * we have current & previous knowledge. (And ignore the rest).
+ *)
+ let devs =
+ List.map (
+ fun (name, rd) ->
+ List.filter_map (
+ fun (dev, stats) ->
+ try
+ (* Have prev slice stats for this device? *)
+ let prev_stats =
+ List.assoc dev rd.rd_prev_interface_stats in
+ Some (dev, name, rd, stats, prev_stats)
+ with Not_found -> None
+ ) rd.rd_interface_stats
+ ) doms in
+
+ (* Finally we have a list of:
+ * device name, domain name, rd_* stuff, curr stats, prev stats.
+ *)
+ let devs : (string * string * rd_active *
+ D.interface_stats * D.interface_stats) list =
+ List.flatten devs in
+
+ (* Difference curr slice & prev slice. *)
+ let devs = List.map (
+ fun (dev, name, rd, curr, prev) ->
+ dev, name, rd, diff_interface_stats curr prev
+ ) devs in
+
+ (* Sort by current sort order, but map some of the standard
+ * sort orders into ones which makes sense here.
+ *)
+ let devs =
+ let cmp =
+ match !sort_order with
+ | DomainName ->
+ (fun _ -> 0) (* fallthrough to default name compare *)
+ | DomainID ->
+ (fun (_, { rd_domid = id1 }, _, { rd_domid = id2 }) ->
+ compare id1 id2)
+ | Processor | Memory | Time | BlockRdRq | BlockWrRq
+ (* fallthrough to RXBY comparison. *)
+ | NetRX ->
+ (fun ({ D.rx_bytes = b1 }, _, { D.rx_bytes = b2 }, _) ->
+ compare b2 b1)
+ | NetTX ->
+ (fun ({ D.tx_bytes = b1 }, _, { D.tx_bytes = b2 }, _) ->
+ compare b2 b1)
+ in
+ let cmp (dev1, name1, rd1, stats1) (dev2, name2, rd2, stats2) =
+ let r = cmp (stats1, rd1, stats2, rd2) in
+ if r <> 0 then r
+ else compare (dev1, name1) (dev2, name2)
+ in
+ List.sort ~cmp devs in
+
+ (* Print the header for network devices. *)
+ attron A.reverse;
+ mvaddstr header_lineno 0
+ (pad cols " ID S RXBY TXBY RXPK TXPK DOMAIN INTERFACE");
+ attroff A.reverse;
+
+ (* Print domains and devices. *)
+ let rec loop lineno = function
+ | [] -> ()
+ | (dev, name, rd, stats) :: devs ->
+ if lineno < lines then (
+ let state = show_state rd.rd_info.D.state in
+ let rx_bytes =
+ if stats.D.rx_bytes >= 0L
+ then show_int64 stats.D.rx_bytes
+ else " " in
+ let tx_bytes =
+ if stats.D.tx_bytes >= 0L
+ then show_int64 stats.D.tx_bytes
+ else " " in
+ let rx_packets =
+ if stats.D.rx_packets >= 0L
+ then show_int64 stats.D.rx_packets
+ else " " in
+ let tx_packets =
+ if stats.D.tx_packets >= 0L
+ then show_int64 stats.D.tx_packets
+ else " " in
+
+ let line = sprintf "%5d %c %s %s %s %s %-12s %s"
+ rd.rd_domid state
+ rx_bytes tx_bytes
+ rx_packets tx_packets
+ (pad 12 name) dev in
+ let line = pad cols line in
+ mvaddstr lineno 0 line;
+ loop (lineno+1) devs
+ )
+ in
+ loop domains_lineno devs
+
+ | BlockDisplay -> (*---------- Showing block devices ----------*)
+ (* Only care about active domains. *)
+ let doms = List.filter_map (
+ function
+ | (name, Active rd) -> Some (name, rd)
+ | (_, Inactive) -> None
+ ) doms in
+
+ (* For each domain we have a list of block devices seen
+ * this slice, and seen in the previous slice, which we now
+ * match up to get a list of (domain, device) for which
+ * we have current & previous knowledge. (And ignore the rest).
+ *)
+ let devs =
+ List.map (
+ fun (name, rd) ->
+ List.filter_map (
+ fun (dev, stats) ->
+ try
+ (* Have prev slice stats for this device? *)
+ let prev_stats =
+ List.assoc dev rd.rd_prev_block_stats in
+ Some (dev, name, rd, stats, prev_stats)
+ with Not_found -> None
+ ) rd.rd_block_stats
+ ) doms in
+
+ (* Finally we have a list of:
+ * device name, domain name, rd_* stuff, curr stats, prev stats.
+ *)
+ let devs : (string * string * rd_active *
+ D.block_stats * D.block_stats) list =
+ List.flatten devs in
+
+ (* Difference curr slice & prev slice. *)
+ let devs = List.map (
+ fun (dev, name, rd, curr, prev) ->
+ dev, name, rd, diff_block_stats curr prev
+ ) devs in
+
+ (* Sort by current sort order, but map some of the standard
+ * sort orders into ones which makes sense here.
+ *)
+ let devs =
+ let cmp =
+ match !sort_order with
+ | DomainName ->
+ (fun _ -> 0) (* fallthrough to default name compare *)
+ | DomainID ->
+ (fun (_, { rd_domid = id1 }, _, { rd_domid = id2 }) ->
+ compare id1 id2)
+ | Processor | Memory | Time | NetRX | NetTX
+ (* fallthrough to RDRQ comparison. *)
+ | BlockRdRq ->
+ (fun ({ D.rd_req = b1 }, _, { D.rd_req = b2 }, _) ->
+ compare b2 b1)
+ | BlockWrRq ->
+ (fun ({ D.wr_req = b1 }, _, { D.wr_req = b2 }, _) ->
+ compare b2 b1)
+ in
+ let cmp (dev1, name1, rd1, stats1) (dev2, name2, rd2, stats2) =
+ let r = cmp (stats1, rd1, stats2, rd2) in
+ if r <> 0 then r
+ else compare (dev1, name1) (dev2, name2)
+ in
+ List.sort ~cmp devs in
+
+ (* Print the header for block devices. *)
+ attron A.reverse;
+ mvaddstr header_lineno 0
+ (pad cols " ID S RDBY WRBY RDRQ WRRQ DOMAIN DEVICE");
+ attroff A.reverse;
+
+ (* Print domains and devices. *)
+ let rec loop lineno = function
+ | [] -> ()
+ | (dev, name, rd, stats) :: devs ->
+ if lineno < lines then (
+ let state = show_state rd.rd_info.D.state in
+ let rd_bytes =
+ if stats.D.rd_bytes >= 0L
+ then show_int64 stats.D.rd_bytes
+ else " " in
+ let wr_bytes =
+ if stats.D.wr_bytes >= 0L
+ then show_int64 stats.D.wr_bytes
+ else " " in
+ let rd_req =
+ if stats.D.rd_req >= 0L
+ then show_int64 stats.D.rd_req
+ else " " in
+ let wr_req =
+ if stats.D.wr_req >= 0L
+ then show_int64 stats.D.wr_req
+ else " " in
+
+ let line = sprintf "%5d %c %s %s %s %s %-12s %s"
+ rd.rd_domid state
+ rd_bytes wr_bytes
+ rd_req wr_req
+ (pad 12 name) dev in
+ let line = pad cols line in
+ mvaddstr lineno 0 line;
+ loop (lineno+1) devs
+ )
+ in
+ loop domains_lineno devs
+ );
+
+ (* Calculate and print totals. *)
+ let () =
+ let totals = List.fold_left (
+ fun (count, running, blocked, paused, shutdown, shutoff,
+ crashed, active, inactive,
+ total_cpu_time, total_memory, total_domU_memory) ->
+ function
+ | (name, Active rd) ->
+ let test state orig =
+ if rd.rd_info.D.state = state then orig+1 else orig
+ in
+ let running = test D.InfoRunning running in
+ let blocked = test D.InfoBlocked blocked in
+ let paused = test D.InfoPaused paused in
+ let shutdown = test D.InfoShutdown shutdown in
+ let shutoff = test D.InfoShutoff shutoff in
+ let crashed = test D.InfoCrashed crashed in
+
+ let total_cpu_time = total_cpu_time +. rd.rd_cpu_time in
+ let total_memory = total_memory +^ rd.rd_info.D.memory in
+ let total_domU_memory = total_domU_memory +^
+ if rd.rd_domid > 0 then rd.rd_info.D.memory else 0L in
+
+ (count+1, running, blocked, paused, shutdown, shutoff,
+ crashed, active+1, inactive,
+ total_cpu_time, total_memory, total_domU_memory)
+
+ | (name, Inactive) -> (* inactive domain *)
+ (count+1, running, blocked, paused, shutdown, shutoff,
+ crashed, active, inactive+1,
+ total_cpu_time, total_memory, total_domU_memory)
+ ) (0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0, 0.,0L,0L) doms in
+
+ let (count, running, blocked, paused, shutdown, shutoff,
+ crashed, active, inactive,
+ total_cpu_time, total_memory, total_domU_memory) = totals in
+
+ mvaddstr summary_lineno 0
+ (sprintf "%d domains, %d active, %d running, %d sleeping, %d paused, %d inactive D:%d O:%d X:%d"
+ count active running blocked paused inactive shutdown shutoff
+ crashed);
+
+ (* Total %CPU used, and memory summary. *)
+ let percent_cpu = 100. *. total_cpu_time /. total_cpu in
+ mvaddstr (summary_lineno+1) 0
+ (sprintf "CPU: %2.1f%% Mem: %Ld MB (%Ld MB by guests)"
+ percent_cpu (total_memory /^ 1024L) (total_domU_memory /^ 1024L));
+
+ (* Time to grab another historical %CPU for the list? *)
+ if time >= !historical_cpu_last_time +. float !historical_cpu_delay
+ then (
+ historical_cpu := percent_cpu :: List.take 10 !historical_cpu;
+ historical_cpu_last_time := time
+ );
+
+ (* Display historical CPU time. *)
+ let () =
+ let x, y = historical_cursor in (* Yes, it's a bug in ocaml-curses *)
+ let maxwidth = cols - x in
+ let line =
+ String.concat " "
+ (List.map (sprintf "%2.1f%%") !historical_cpu) in
+ let line = pad maxwidth line in
+ mvaddstr y x line;
+ () in
+
+ (* Write summary data to CSV file. See also write_csv_header (). *)
+ if !csv_enabled then (
+ (!csv_write) [
+ hostname; printable_time; node_info.C.model; string_of_int nr_pcpus;
+ string_of_int count; string_of_int running; string_of_int blocked;
+ string_of_int paused; string_of_int shutdown; string_of_int shutoff;
+ string_of_int crashed; string_of_int active; string_of_int inactive;
+ sprintf "%2.1f" percent_cpu;
+ Int64.to_string total_memory; Int64.to_string total_domU_memory;
+ Int64.to_string (Int64.of_float total_cpu_time)
+ ]
+ );
+
+ ()
+ in
+
+ (* Update last_info, last_time. *)
+ last_time := time;
+ Hashtbl.clear last_info;
+ List.iter (
+ function
+ | (_, Active rd) ->
+ let info = rd.rd_info, rd.rd_block_stats, rd.rd_interface_stats in
+ Hashtbl.add last_info rd.rd_domid info
+ | _ -> ()
+ ) doms;
+
+ move message_lineno 0 (* Park cursor in message area, as with top. *)
+ in
+
+ let clear_pcpu_display_data () =
+ (* Clear out vcpu_info used by PCPUDisplay
+ * display_mode when we switch back to TaskDisplay mode.
+ *)
+ Hashtbl.clear last_vcpu_info
+ in
+
+ redraw, clear_pcpu_display_data
+
+(* Main loop. *)
+let rec main_loop state =
+ if !csv_enabled then write_csv_header ();
+
+ while not !quit do
+ redraw state;
+ refresh ();
+
+ (* Clear up unused virDomainPtr objects. *)
+ Gc.compact ();
+
+ if not !batch_mode then
+ get_key_press state
+ else (* Batch mode - just sleep, ignore keys. *)
+ Unix.sleep (!delay / 1000);
+
+ (* Max iterations? *)
+ if !iterations >= 0 then (
+ decr iterations;
+ if !iterations = 0 then quit := true
+ );
+ done
+
+and get_key_press state =
+ (* Read the next key, waiting up to !delay milliseconds. *)
+ timeout !delay;
+ let k = getch () in
+ timeout (-1); (* Reset to blocking mode. *)
+
+ if k >= 0 && k <> 32 (* ' ' *) && k <> 12 (* ^L *) && k <> Key.resize
+ then (
+ if k = Char.code 'q' then quit := true
+ else if k = Char.code 'h' then show_help state
+ else if k = Char.code 's' || k = Char.code 'd' then change_delay ()
+ else if k = Char.code 'M' then sort_order := Memory
+ else if k = Char.code 'P' then sort_order := Processor
+ else if k = Char.code 'T' then sort_order := Time
+ else if k = Char.code 'N' then sort_order := DomainID
+ else if k = Char.code 'F' then change_sort_order ()
+ else if k = Char.code '0' then set_tasks_display ()
+ else if k = Char.code '1' then toggle_pcpu_display ()
+ else if k = Char.code '2' then toggle_net_display ()
+ else if k = Char.code '3' then toggle_block_display ()
+ else unknown_command k
+ )
+
+and change_delay () =
+ print_msg (sprintf "Change delay from %.1f to: " (float !delay /. 1000.));
+ let str = get_string 16 in
+ (* Try to parse the number. *)
+ let error =
+ try
+ let newdelay = float_of_string str in
+ if newdelay <= 0. then (
+ print_msg "Delay must be > 0"; true
+ ) else (
+ delay := int_of_float (newdelay *. 1000.); false
+ )
+ with
+ Failure "float_of_string" ->
+ print_msg "Not a valid number"; true in
+ sleep (if error then 2 else 1)
+
+and change_sort_order () =
+ clear ();
+ let lines, cols = get_size () in
+
+ mvaddstr top_lineno 0 "Set sort order for main display";
+ mvaddstr summary_lineno 0 "Type key or use up and down cursor keys.";
+
+ attron A.reverse;
+ mvaddstr header_lineno 0 (pad cols "KEY Sort field");
+ attroff A.reverse;
+
+ let accelerator_key = function
+ | Memory -> "(key: M)"
+ | Processor -> "(key: P)"
+ | Time -> "(key: T)"
+ | DomainID -> "(key: N)"
+ | _ -> (* all others have to be changed from here *) ""
+ in
+
+ let rec key_of_int = function
+ | i when i < 10 -> Char.chr (i + Char.code '0')
+ | i when i < 20 -> Char.chr (i + Char.code 'a')
+ | _ -> assert false
+ and int_of_key = function
+ | k when k >= 0x30 && k <= 0x39 (* '0' - '9' *) -> k - 0x30
+ | k when k >= 0x61 && k <= 0x7a (* 'a' - 'j' *) -> k - 0x61 + 10
+ | k when k >= 0x41 && k <= 0x6a (* 'A' - 'J' *) -> k - 0x41 + 10
+ | _ -> -1
+ in
+
+ (* Display possible sort fields. *)
+ let selected_index = ref 0 in
+ List.iteri (
+ fun i ord ->
+ let selected = !sort_order = ord in
+ if selected then selected_index := i;
+ mvaddstr (domains_lineno+i) 0
+ (sprintf " %c %s %s %s"
+ (key_of_int i) (if selected then "*" else " ")
+ (printable_sort_order ord)
+ (accelerator_key ord))
+ ) all_sort_fields;
+
+ move message_lineno 0;
+ refresh ();
+ let k = getch () in
+ if k >= 0 && k <> 32 && k <> Char.code 'q' && k <> 13 then (
+ let new_order, loop =
+ (* Redraw the display. *)
+ if k = 12 (* ^L *) then None, true
+ (* Make the UP and DOWN arrow keys do something useful. *)
+ else if k = Key.up then (
+ if !selected_index > 0 then
+ Some (List.nth all_sort_fields (!selected_index-1)), true
+ else
+ None, true
+ )
+ else if k = Key.down then (
+ if !selected_index < List.length all_sort_fields - 1 then
+ Some (List.nth all_sort_fields (!selected_index+1)), true
+ else
+ None, true
+ )
+ (* Also understand the regular accelerator keys. *)
+ else if k = Char.code 'M' then
+ Some Memory, false
+ else if k = Char.code 'P' then
+ Some Processor, false
+ else if k = Char.code 'T' then
+ Some Time, false
+ else if k = Char.code 'N' then
+ Some DomainID, false
+ else (
+ (* It's one of the KEYs. *)
+ let i = int_of_key k in
+ if i >= 0 && i < List.length all_sort_fields then
+ Some (List.nth all_sort_fields i), false
+ else
+ None, true
+ ) in
+
+ (match new_order with
+ | None -> ()
+ | Some new_order ->
+ sort_order := new_order;
+ print_msg (sprintf "Sort order changed to: %s"
+ (printable_sort_order new_order));
+ if not loop then sleep 1
+ );
+
+ if loop then change_sort_order ()
+ )
+
+(* Note: We need to clear_pcpu_display_data every time
+ * we _leave_ PCPUDisplay mode.
+ *)
+and set_tasks_display () = (* key 0 *)
+ if !display_mode = PCPUDisplay then clear_pcpu_display_data ();
+ display_mode := TaskDisplay
+
+and toggle_pcpu_display () = (* key 1 *)
+ display_mode :=
+ match !display_mode with
+ | TaskDisplay | NetDisplay | BlockDisplay -> PCPUDisplay
+ | PCPUDisplay -> clear_pcpu_display_data (); TaskDisplay
+
+and toggle_net_display () = (* key 2 *)
+ display_mode :=
+ match !display_mode with
+ | PCPUDisplay -> clear_pcpu_display_data (); NetDisplay
+ | TaskDisplay | BlockDisplay -> NetDisplay
+ | NetDisplay -> TaskDisplay
+
+and toggle_block_display () = (* key 3 *)
+ display_mode :=
+ match !display_mode with
+ | PCPUDisplay -> clear_pcpu_display_data (); BlockDisplay
+ | TaskDisplay | NetDisplay -> BlockDisplay
+ | BlockDisplay -> TaskDisplay
+
+and show_help (_, _, _, hostname,
+ (libvirt_major, libvirt_minor, libvirt_release)) =
+ clear ();
+
+ (* Get the screen/window size. *)
+ let lines, cols = get_size () in
+
+ (* Banner at the top of the screen. *)
+ let banner =
+ sprintf "virt-top %s (libvirt %d.%d.%d) by Red Hat"
+ Libvirt_version.version libvirt_major libvirt_minor libvirt_release in
+ let banner = pad cols banner in
+ attron A.reverse;
+ mvaddstr 0 0 banner;
+ attroff A.reverse;
+
+ (* Status. *)
+ mvaddstr 1 0
+ (sprintf "Delay: %.1f secs; Batch: %s; Secure: %s; Sort: %s"
+ (float !delay /. 1000.)
+ (if !batch_mode then "On" else "Off")
+ (if !secure_mode then "On" else "Off")
+ (printable_sort_order !sort_order));
+ mvaddstr 2 0
+ (sprintf "Connect: %s; Hostname: %s"
+ (match !uri with None -> "default" | Some s -> s)
+ hostname);
+
+ (* Misc keys on left. *)
+ let banner = pad 38 "MAIN KEYS" in
+ attron A.reverse;
+ mvaddstr header_lineno 1 banner;
+ attroff A.reverse;
+
+ let get_lineno =
+ let lineno = ref domains_lineno in
+ fun () -> let i = !lineno in incr lineno; i
+ in
+ let key keys description =
+ let lineno = get_lineno () in
+ move lineno 1; attron A.bold; addstr keys; attroff A.bold;
+ move lineno 10; addstr description; ()
+ in
+ key "space ^L" "Update display";
+ key "q" "Quit";
+ key "d s" "Set update interval";
+ key "h" "Help";
+
+ (* Sort order. *)
+ ignore (get_lineno ());
+ let banner = pad 38 "SORTING" in
+ attron A.reverse;
+ mvaddstr (get_lineno ()) 1 banner;
+ attroff A.reverse;
+
+ key "P" "Sort by %CPU";
+ key "M" "Sort by %MEM";
+ key "T" "Sort by TIME";
+ key "N" "Sort by ID";
+ key "F" "Select sort field";
+
+ (* Display modes on right. *)
+ let banner = pad 39 "DISPLAY MODES" in
+ attron A.reverse;
+ mvaddstr header_lineno 40 banner;
+ attroff A.reverse;
+
+ let get_lineno =
+ let lineno = ref domains_lineno in
+ fun () -> let i = !lineno in incr lineno; i
+ in
+ let key keys description =
+ let lineno = get_lineno () in
+ move lineno 40; attron A.bold; addstr keys; attroff A.bold;
+ move lineno 49; addstr description; ()
+ in
+ key "0" "Domains display";
+ key "1" "Toggle physical CPUs";
+ key "2" "Toggle network interfaces";
+ key "3" "Toggle block devices";
+
+ (* Update screen and wait for key press. *)
+ mvaddstr (lines-1) 0
+ "More help in virt-top(1) man page. Press any key to return.";
+ refresh ();
+ ignore (getch ())
+
+and unknown_command k =
+ print_msg "Unknown command - try 'h' for help";
+ sleep 1
diff --git a/virt-top/virt_top_csv.ml b/virt-top/virt_top_csv.ml
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..71bb79e
--- /dev/null
+++ b/virt-top/virt_top_csv.ml
@@ -0,0 +1,29 @@
+(* 'top'-like tool for libvirt domains.
+ * $Id: virt_top_csv.ml,v 1.1 2007/08/23 11:09:19 rjones Exp $
+ *
+ * This file contains all code which requires CSV support.
+ *)
+
+open ExtList
+
+module C = Libvirt.Connect
+module D = Libvirt.Domain
+module N = Libvirt.Network
+
+(* Output channel, or None if CSV output not enabled. *)
+let chan = ref None ;;
+
+Virt_top.csv_start :=
+ fun filename ->
+ chan := Some (open_out filename) ;;
+
+Virt_top.csv_write :=
+ fun row ->
+ match !chan with
+ | None -> () (* CSV output not enabled. *)
+ | Some chan ->
+ Csv.save_out chan [row];
+ (* Flush the output to the file immediately because we don't
+ * explicitly close this file.
+ *)
+ flush chan
diff --git a/virt-top/virt_top_main.ml b/virt-top/virt_top_main.ml
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..5841362
--- /dev/null
+++ b/virt-top/virt_top_main.ml
@@ -0,0 +1,37 @@
+(* 'top'-like tool for libvirt domains.
+ * $Id: virt_top_main.ml,v 1.2 2007/08/30 13:16:57 rjones Exp $
+ *
+ * Just contains the main function.
+ *)
+
+open Curses
+
+open Virt_top
+
+(* Note: make sure we catch any exceptions and clean up the display.
+ *
+ * Note (2): make sure all exit paths call the GC so that we can check
+ * that all allocated resources are being counted properly (by running
+ * the program under --debug ...).
+ *)
+let error =
+ let state = start_up () in
+
+ try
+ main_loop state;
+ endwin ();
+ false
+ with
+ | Libvirt.Virterror err ->
+ endwin ();
+ prerr_endline (Libvirt.Virterror.to_string err);
+ true
+ | exn ->
+ endwin ();
+ prerr_endline ("Error: " ^ Printexc.to_string exn);
+ true
+
+let () =
+ Gc.compact (); (* See note above. *)
+
+ exit (if error then 1 else 0)
diff --git a/virt-top/virt_top_xml.ml b/virt-top/virt_top_xml.ml
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..7d24b3f
--- /dev/null
+++ b/virt-top/virt_top_xml.ml
@@ -0,0 +1,52 @@
+(* 'top'-like tool for libvirt domains.
+ * $Id: virt_top_xml.ml,v 1.1 2007/08/23 09:36:04 rjones Exp $
+ *
+ * This file contains all code which requires xml-light.
+ *)
+
+open ExtList
+
+module C = Libvirt.Connect
+module D = Libvirt.Domain
+module N = Libvirt.Network ;;
+
+Virt_top.parse_device_xml :=
+fun id dom ->
+ try
+ let xml = D.get_xml_desc dom in
+ let xml = Xml.parse_string xml in
+ let devices =
+ match xml with
+ | Xml.Element ("domain", _, children) ->
+ let devices =
+ List.filter_map (
+ function
+ | Xml.Element ("devices", _, devices) -> Some devices
+ | _ -> None
+ ) children in
+ List.concat devices
+ | _ ->
+ failwith "get_xml_desc didn't return <domain/>" 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 blkdevs =
+ List.filter_map (
+ function
+ | Xml.Element ("disk", _, children) -> target_dev_of children
+ | _ -> None
+ ) devices in
+ let netifs =
+ List.filter_map (
+ function
+ | Xml.Element ("interface", _, children) -> target_dev_of children
+ | _ -> None
+ ) devices in
+ blkdevs, netifs
+ with
+ | Xml.Error _
+ | Libvirt.Virterror _ -> [], [] (* ignore transient errs *)