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On 10.02.2014 15:47, George Dunlap wrote:
> On Mon, Feb 10, 2014 at 9:24 AM, Robie Basak <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> On Fri, Jan 31, 2014 at 01:45:44PM +0000, Robie Basak wrote:
>>> Unless somebody steps up to maintain xen-api, I don't think it makes
>>> sense to continue keeping these packages in Ubuntu, given that Debian
>>> have removed them from testing and the existing packages broken (and, it
>>> seems, thus stuck in trusty-proposed). So we should remove them from
>> I have filed bug 1278352 to have these packages removed from Trusty.
> FYI, I just had a chat with the lead xapi developer. He's said that
> unfortunately management has told them not to work on the open-source
> xapi packages (at least for now); so if there is nobody in the
> community willing to maintain it, then I think removing it is probably
> the best option.
> On a related note -- what version of libvirt / Xen will be in Trusty?
> The SuSE guys have made a lot of progress on getting good support for
> libxl and libvirt; that's probably the best way forward.
Libvirt version 1.2.x (currently .1) not sure whether this may or may not change
until release. Xen ... at least 4.3.2 (not yet uploaded) but there has been some
interest (for the better Arm support) on 4.4. Depends a bit how soon/late the
release is compared to Trusty.
Anyway, I would like to make xl the default for new setups at least. I am
currently using it a lot together with virt-manager (though it has some odd ends
still) and I am being told that openstack integration is done via libvirt at
least (not sure they mandate the stack being xl or not).