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RE: [Xen-devel] xm-test domain creation delay
> > Right, which is why I asked if this sort of thing would be
> needed in a
> > generic sense.
> Yes, it would be nice for more general cases, but that of
> course means controlling the guest environment, and that
> would mean more interaction with distro-specific aspects than
> I personally would like to take on at the moment.
> It's not scary when we're doing it for xm-test, because we do
> control that environment, but doing it for general guests is
> more fiddly. However, I'm sure somebody somewhere will want
> to know when the guest is actually booted, as opposed to
> merely started, and writing to xenstore seems like a good way
> to go about it.
It's arguable that having a irtual filesystem inplemented in the kernel
for accessing xenstore would be good. Ideally, it would need to support
mkdir and creating new files which is slightly tricky. Allowing
read/write of existing nodes should be straightforward building on sys
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