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Coredump support in VDSM
This feature adds 1 support to VDSM. The feature will dump the core of a domain on a given file for analysis. It will be especially useful when used with high availability.
- Name: ShaoHe Feng (Shaohef)
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Status: the patch was under review. dump the core of a VM.
- Last updated: ,
Benefit to oVirt
Users will be able to dump the core of a VM on a given file when their VMs crash. This will be especially important for highly available servers.
Dependencies / Related Features
This feature depends on the libvirt (already support)
Documentation / External references
For libvirt support, please see libvirt’s documentation on virDomainCoreDump API.
def coreDump(self, to, params): """ dump a VM to a designated file. :param to: a string designates the dump file :param params: a dictionary containing: *post-action* - The action taken after core dump, which is 'crash', 'live', or 'reset'. crash: crash the VM after core dump. live: perform a live core dump. reset: reset the VM after core dump. *bypass-cache* - avoid file system cache when saving. *memory-only* - dump VM's memory only. """