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# -*- Mode: Python -*-
##
# == Block core (VM unrelated)
##
{ 'include': 'common.json' }
{ 'include': 'crypto.json' }
{ 'include': 'sockets.json' }
##
# @SnapshotInfo:
#
# @id: unique snapshot id
#
# @name: user chosen name
#
# @vm-state-size: size of the VM state
#
# @date-sec: UTC date of the snapshot in seconds
#
# @date-nsec: fractional part in nano seconds to be used with date-sec
#
# @vm-clock-sec: VM clock relative to boot in seconds
#
# @vm-clock-nsec: fractional part in nano seconds to be used with vm-clock-sec
#
# Since: 1.3
#
##
{ 'struct': 'SnapshotInfo',
'data': { 'id': 'str', 'name': 'str', 'vm-state-size': 'int',
'date-sec': 'int', 'date-nsec': 'int',
'vm-clock-sec': 'int', 'vm-clock-nsec': 'int' } }
##
# @ImageInfoSpecificQCow2EncryptionBase:
#
# @format: The encryption format
#
# Since: 2.10
##
{ 'struct': 'ImageInfoSpecificQCow2EncryptionBase',
'data': { 'format': 'BlockdevQcow2EncryptionFormat'}}
##
# @ImageInfoSpecificQCow2Encryption:
#
# Since: 2.10
##
{ 'union': 'ImageInfoSpecificQCow2Encryption',
'base': 'ImageInfoSpecificQCow2EncryptionBase',
'discriminator': 'format',
'data': { 'aes': 'QCryptoBlockInfoQCow',
'luks': 'QCryptoBlockInfoLUKS' } }
##
# @ImageInfoSpecificQCow2:
#
# @compat: compatibility level
#
# @lazy-refcounts: on or off; only valid for compat >= 1.1
#
# @corrupt: true if the image has been marked corrupt; only valid for
# compat >= 1.1 (since 2.2)
#
# @refcount-bits: width of a refcount entry in bits (since 2.3)
#
# @encrypt: details about encryption parameters; only set if image
# is encrypted (since 2.10)
#
# Since: 1.7
##
{ 'struct': 'ImageInfoSpecificQCow2',
'data': {
'compat': 'str',
'*lazy-refcounts': 'bool',
'*corrupt': 'bool',
'refcount-bits': 'int',
'*encrypt': 'ImageInfoSpecificQCow2Encryption'
} }
##
# @ImageInfoSpecificVmdk:
#
# @create-type: The create type of VMDK image
#
# @cid: Content id of image
#
# @parent-cid: Parent VMDK image's cid
#
# @extents: List of extent files
#
# Since: 1.7
##
{ 'struct': 'ImageInfoSpecificVmdk',
'data': {
'create-type': 'str',
'cid': 'int',
'parent-cid': 'int',
'extents': ['ImageInfo']
} }
##
# @ImageInfoSpecific:
#
# A discriminated record of image format specific information structures.
#
# Since: 1.7
##
{ 'union': 'ImageInfoSpecific',
'data': {
'qcow2': 'ImageInfoSpecificQCow2',
'vmdk': 'ImageInfoSpecificVmdk',
# If we need to add block driver specific parameters for
# LUKS in future, then we'll subclass QCryptoBlockInfoLUKS
# to define a ImageInfoSpecificLUKS
'luks': 'QCryptoBlockInfoLUKS'
} }
##
# @ImageInfo:
#
# Information about a QEMU image file
#
# @filename: name of the image file
#
# @format: format of the image file
#
# @virtual-size: maximum capacity in bytes of the image
#
# @actual-size: actual size on disk in bytes of the image
#
# @dirty-flag: true if image is not cleanly closed
#
# @cluster-size: size of a cluster in bytes
#
# @encrypted: true if the image is encrypted
#
# @compressed: true if the image is compressed (Since 1.7)
#
# @backing-filename: name of the backing file
#
# @full-backing-filename: full path of the backing file
#
# @backing-filename-format: the format of the backing file
#
# @snapshots: list of VM snapshots
#
# @backing-image: info of the backing image (since 1.6)
#
# @format-specific: structure supplying additional format-specific
# information (since 1.7)
#
# Since: 1.3
#
##
{ 'struct': 'ImageInfo',
'data': {'filename': 'str', 'format': 'str', '*dirty-flag': 'bool',
'*actual-size': 'int', 'virtual-size': 'int',
'*cluster-size': 'int', '*encrypted': 'bool', '*compressed': 'bool',
'*backing-filename': 'str', '*full-backing-filename': 'str',
'*backing-filename-format': 'str', '*snapshots': ['SnapshotInfo'],
'*backing-image': 'ImageInfo',
'*format-specific': 'ImageInfoSpecific' } }
##
# @ImageCheck:
#
# Information about a QEMU image file check
#
# @filename: name of the image file checked
#
# @format: format of the image file checked
#
# @check-errors: number of unexpected errors occurred during check
#
# @image-end-offset: offset (in bytes) where the image ends, this
# field is present if the driver for the image format
# supports it
#
# @corruptions: number of corruptions found during the check if any
#
# @leaks: number of leaks found during the check if any
#
# @corruptions-fixed: number of corruptions fixed during the check
# if any
#
# @leaks-fixed: number of leaks fixed during the check if any
#
# @total-clusters: total number of clusters, this field is present
# if the driver for the image format supports it
#
# @allocated-clusters: total number of allocated clusters, this
# field is present if the driver for the image format
# supports it
#
# @fragmented-clusters: total number of fragmented clusters, this
# field is present if the driver for the image format
# supports it
#
# @compressed-clusters: total number of compressed clusters, this
# field is present if the driver for the image format
# supports it
#
# Since: 1.4
#
##
{ 'struct': 'ImageCheck',
'data': {'filename': 'str', 'format': 'str', 'check-errors': 'int',
'*image-end-offset': 'int', '*corruptions': 'int', '*leaks': 'int',
'*corruptions-fixed': 'int', '*leaks-fixed': 'int',
'*total-clusters': 'int', '*allocated-clusters': 'int',
'*fragmented-clusters': 'int', '*compressed-clusters': 'int' } }
##
# @MapEntry:
#
# Mapping information from a virtual block range to a host file range
#
# @start: the start byte of the mapped virtual range
#
# @length: the number of bytes of the mapped virtual range
#
# @data: whether the mapped range has data
#
# @zero: whether the virtual blocks are zeroed
#
# @depth: the depth of the mapping
#
# @offset: the offset in file that the virtual sectors are mapped to
#
# @filename: filename that is referred to by @offset
#
# Since: 2.6
#
##
{ 'struct': 'MapEntry',
'data': {'start': 'int', 'length': 'int', 'data': 'bool',
'zero': 'bool', 'depth': 'int', '*offset': 'int',
'*filename': 'str' } }
##
# @BlockdevCacheInfo:
#
# Cache mode information for a block device
#
# @writeback: true if writeback mode is enabled
# @direct: true if the host page cache is bypassed (O_DIRECT)
# @no-flush: true if flush requests are ignored for the device
#
# Since: 2.3
##
{ 'struct': 'BlockdevCacheInfo',
'data': { 'writeback': 'bool',
'direct': 'bool',
'no-flush': 'bool' } }
##
# @BlockDeviceInfo:
#
# Information about the backing device for a block device.
#
# @file: the filename of the backing device
#
# @node-name: the name of the block driver node (Since 2.0)
#
# @ro: true if the backing device was open read-only
#
# @drv: the name of the block format used to open the backing device. As of
# 0.14.0 this can be: 'blkdebug', 'bochs', 'cloop', 'cow', 'dmg',
# 'file', 'file', 'ftp', 'ftps', 'host_cdrom', 'host_device',
# 'http', 'https', 'luks', 'nbd', 'parallels', 'qcow',
# 'qcow2', 'raw', 'vdi', 'vmdk', 'vpc', 'vvfat'
# 2.2: 'archipelago' added, 'cow' dropped
# 2.3: 'host_floppy' deprecated
# 2.5: 'host_floppy' dropped
# 2.6: 'luks' added
# 2.8: 'replication' added, 'tftp' dropped
# 2.9: 'archipelago' dropped
#
# @backing_file: the name of the backing file (for copy-on-write)
#
# @backing_file_depth: number of files in the backing file chain (since: 1.2)
#
# @encrypted: true if the backing device is encrypted
#
# @encryption_key_missing: Deprecated; always false
#
# @detect_zeroes: detect and optimize zero writes (Since 2.1)
#
# @bps: total throughput limit in bytes per second is specified
#
# @bps_rd: read throughput limit in bytes per second is specified
#
# @bps_wr: write throughput limit in bytes per second is specified
#
# @iops: total I/O operations per second is specified
#
# @iops_rd: read I/O operations per second is specified
#
# @iops_wr: write I/O operations per second is specified
#
# @image: the info of image used (since: 1.6)
#
# @bps_max: total throughput limit during bursts,
# in bytes (Since 1.7)
#
# @bps_rd_max: read throughput limit during bursts,
# in bytes (Since 1.7)
#
# @bps_wr_max: write throughput limit during bursts,
# in bytes (Since 1.7)
#
# @iops_max: total I/O operations per second during bursts,
# in bytes (Since 1.7)
#
# @iops_rd_max: read I/O operations per second during bursts,
# in bytes (Since 1.7)
#
# @iops_wr_max: write I/O operations per second during bursts,
# in bytes (Since 1.7)
#
# @bps_max_length: maximum length of the @bps_max burst
# period, in seconds. (Since 2.6)
#
# @bps_rd_max_length: maximum length of the @bps_rd_max
# burst period, in seconds. (Since 2.6)
#
# @bps_wr_max_length: maximum length of the @bps_wr_max
# burst period, in seconds. (Since 2.6)
#
# @iops_max_length: maximum length of the @iops burst
# period, in seconds. (Since 2.6)
#
# @iops_rd_max_length: maximum length of the @iops_rd_max
# burst period, in seconds. (Since 2.6)
#
# @iops_wr_max_length: maximum length of the @iops_wr_max
# burst period, in seconds. (Since 2.6)
#
# @iops_size: an I/O size in bytes (Since 1.7)
#
# @group: throttle group name (Since 2.4)
#
# @cache: the cache mode used for the block device (since: 2.3)
#
# @write_threshold: configured write threshold for the device.
# 0 if disabled. (Since 2.3)
#
# Since: 0.14.0
#
##
{ 'struct': 'BlockDeviceInfo',
'data': { 'file': 'str', '*node-name': 'str', 'ro': 'bool', 'drv': 'str',
'*backing_file': 'str', 'backing_file_depth': 'int',
'encrypted': 'bool', 'encryption_key_missing': 'bool',
'detect_zeroes': 'BlockdevDetectZeroesOptions',
'bps': 'int', 'bps_rd': 'int', 'bps_wr': 'int',
'iops': 'int', 'iops_rd': 'int', 'iops_wr': 'int',
'image': 'ImageInfo',
'*bps_max': 'int', '*bps_rd_max': 'int',
'*bps_wr_max': 'int', '*iops_max': 'int',
'*iops_rd_max': 'int', '*iops_wr_max': 'int',
'*bps_max_length': 'int', '*bps_rd_max_length': 'int',
'*bps_wr_max_length': 'int', '*iops_max_length': 'int',
'*iops_rd_max_length': 'int', '*iops_wr_max_length': 'int',
'*iops_size': 'int', '*group': 'str', 'cache': 'BlockdevCacheInfo',
'write_threshold': 'int' } }
##
# @BlockDeviceIoStatus:
#
# An enumeration of block device I/O status.
#
# @ok: The last I/O operation has succeeded
#
# @failed: The last I/O operation has failed
#
# @nospace: The last I/O operation has failed due to a no-space condition
#
# Since: 1.0
##
{ 'enum': 'BlockDeviceIoStatus', 'data': [ 'ok', 'failed', 'nospace' ] }
##
# @BlockDeviceMapEntry:
#
# Entry in the metadata map of the device (returned by "qemu-img map")
#
# @start: Offset in the image of the first byte described by this entry
# (in bytes)
#
# @length: Length of the range described by this entry (in bytes)
#
# @depth: Number of layers (0 = top image, 1 = top image's backing file, etc.)
# before reaching one for which the range is allocated. The value is
# in the range 0 to the depth of the image chain - 1.
#
# @zero: the sectors in this range read as zeros
#
# @data: reading the image will actually read data from a file (in particular,
# if @offset is present this means that the sectors are not simply
# preallocated, but contain actual data in raw format)
#
# @offset: if present, the image file stores the data for this range in
# raw format at the given offset.
#
# Since: 1.7
##
{ 'struct': 'BlockDeviceMapEntry',
'data': { 'start': 'int', 'length': 'int', 'depth': 'int', 'zero': 'bool',
'data': 'bool', '*offset': 'int' } }
##
# @DirtyBitmapStatus:
#
# An enumeration of possible states that a dirty bitmap can report to the user.
#
# @frozen: The bitmap is currently in-use by a backup operation or block job,
# and is immutable.
#
# @disabled: The bitmap is currently in-use by an internal operation and is
# read-only. It can still be deleted.
#
# @active: The bitmap is actively monitoring for new writes, and can be cleared,
# deleted, or used for backup operations.
#
# @locked: The bitmap is currently in-use by some operation and can not be
# cleared, deleted, or used for backup operations. (Since 2.12)
#
# Since: 2.4
##
{ 'enum': 'DirtyBitmapStatus',
'data': ['active', 'disabled', 'frozen', 'locked'] }
##
# @BlockDirtyInfo:
#
# Block dirty bitmap information.
#
# @name: the name of the dirty bitmap (Since 2.4)
#
# @count: number of dirty bytes according to the dirty bitmap
#
# @granularity: granularity of the dirty bitmap in bytes (since 1.4)
#
# @status: current status of the dirty bitmap (since 2.4)
#
# Since: 1.3
##
{ 'struct': 'BlockDirtyInfo',
'data': {'*name': 'str', 'count': 'int', 'granularity': 'uint32',
'status': 'DirtyBitmapStatus'} }
##
# @BlockLatencyHistogramInfo:
#
# Block latency histogram.
#
# @boundaries: list of interval boundary values in nanoseconds, all greater
# than zero and in ascending order.
# For example, the list [10, 50, 100] produces the following
# histogram intervals: [0, 10), [10, 50), [50, 100), [100, +inf).
#
# @bins: list of io request counts corresponding to histogram intervals.
# len(@bins) = len(@boundaries) + 1
# For the example above, @bins may be something like [3, 1, 5, 2],
# and corresponding histogram looks like:
#
# 5| *
# 4| *
# 3| * *
# 2| * * *
# 1| * * * *
# +------------------
# 10 50 100
#
# Since: 2.12
##
{ 'struct': 'BlockLatencyHistogramInfo',
'data': {'boundaries': ['uint64'], 'bins': ['uint64'] } }
##
# @x-block-latency-histogram-set:
#
# Manage read, write and flush latency histograms for the device.
#
# If only @device parameter is specified, remove all present latency histograms
# for the device. Otherwise, add/reset some of (or all) latency histograms.
#
# @device: device name to set latency histogram for.
#
# @boundaries: list of interval boundary values (see description in
# BlockLatencyHistogramInfo definition). If specified, all
# latency histograms are removed, and empty ones created for all
# io types with intervals corresponding to @boundaries (except for
# io types, for which specific boundaries are set through the
# following parameters).
#
# @boundaries-read: list of interval boundary values for read latency
# histogram. If specified, old read latency histogram is
# removed, and empty one created with intervals
# corresponding to @boundaries-read. The parameter has higher
# priority then @boundaries.
#
# @boundaries-write: list of interval boundary values for write latency
# histogram.
#
# @boundaries-flush: list of interval boundary values for flush latency
# histogram.
#
# Returns: error if device is not found or any boundary arrays are invalid.
#
# Since: 2.12
#
# Example: set new histograms for all io types with intervals
# [0, 10), [10, 50), [50, 100), [100, +inf):
#
# -> { "execute": "block-latency-histogram-set",
# "arguments": { "device": "drive0",
# "boundaries": [10, 50, 100] } }
# <- { "return": {} }
#
# Example: set new histogram only for write, other histograms will remain
# not changed (or not created):
#
# -> { "execute": "block-latency-histogram-set",
# "arguments": { "device": "drive0",
# "boundaries-write": [10, 50, 100] } }
# <- { "return": {} }
#
# Example: set new histograms with the following intervals:
# read, flush: [0, 10), [10, 50), [50, 100), [100, +inf)
# write: [0, 1000), [1000, 5000), [5000, +inf)
#
# -> { "execute": "block-latency-histogram-set",
# "arguments": { "device": "drive0",
# "boundaries": [10, 50, 100],
# "boundaries-write": [1000, 5000] } }
# <- { "return": {} }
#
# Example: remove all latency histograms:
#
# -> { "execute": "block-latency-histogram-set",
# "arguments": { "device": "drive0" } }
# <- { "return": {} }
##
{ 'command': 'x-block-latency-histogram-set',
'data': {'device': 'str',
'*boundaries': ['uint64'],
'*boundaries-read': ['uint64'],
'*boundaries-write': ['uint64'],
'*boundaries-flush': ['uint64'] } }
##
# @BlockInfo:
#
# Block device information. This structure describes a virtual device and
# the backing device associated with it.
#
# @device: The device name associated with the virtual device.
#
# @qdev: The qdev ID, or if no ID is assigned, the QOM path of the block
# device. (since 2.10)
#
# @type: This field is returned only for compatibility reasons, it should
# not be used (always returns 'unknown')
#
# @removable: True if the device supports removable media.
#
# @locked: True if the guest has locked this device from having its media
# removed
#
# @tray_open: True if the device's tray is open
# (only present if it has a tray)
#
# @dirty-bitmaps: dirty bitmaps information (only present if the
# driver has one or more dirty bitmaps) (Since 2.0)
#
# @io-status: @BlockDeviceIoStatus. Only present if the device
# supports it and the VM is configured to stop on errors
# (supported device models: virtio-blk, IDE, SCSI except
# scsi-generic)
#
# @inserted: @BlockDeviceInfo describing the device if media is
# present
#
# Since: 0.14.0
##
{ 'struct': 'BlockInfo',
'data': {'device': 'str', '*qdev': 'str', 'type': 'str', 'removable': 'bool',
'locked': 'bool', '*inserted': 'BlockDeviceInfo',
'*tray_open': 'bool', '*io-status': 'BlockDeviceIoStatus',
'*dirty-bitmaps': ['BlockDirtyInfo'] } }
##
# @BlockMeasureInfo:
#
# Image file size calculation information. This structure describes the size
# requirements for creating a new image file.
#
# The size requirements depend on the new image file format. File size always
# equals virtual disk size for the 'raw' format, even for sparse POSIX files.
# Compact formats such as 'qcow2' represent unallocated and zero regions
# efficiently so file size may be smaller than virtual disk size.
#
# The values are upper bounds that are guaranteed to fit the new image file.
# Subsequent modification, such as internal snapshot or bitmap creation, may
# require additional space and is not covered here.
#
# @required: Size required for a new image file, in bytes.
#
# @fully-allocated: Image file size, in bytes, once data has been written
# to all sectors.
#
# Since: 2.10
##
{ 'struct': 'BlockMeasureInfo',
'data': {'required': 'int', 'fully-allocated': 'int'} }
##
# @query-block:
#
# Get a list of BlockInfo for all virtual block devices.
#
# Returns: a list of @BlockInfo describing each virtual block device. Filter
# nodes that were created implicitly are skipped over.
#
# Since: 0.14.0
#
# Example:
#
# -> { "execute": "query-block" }
# <- {
# "return":[
# {
# "io-status": "ok",
# "device":"ide0-hd0",
# "locked":false,
# "removable":false,
# "inserted":{
# "ro":false,
# "drv":"qcow2",
# "encrypted":false,
# "file":"disks/test.qcow2",
# "backing_file_depth":1,
# "bps":1000000,
# "bps_rd":0,
# "bps_wr":0,
# "iops":1000000,
# "iops_rd":0,
# "iops_wr":0,
# "bps_max": 8000000,
# "bps_rd_max": 0,
# "bps_wr_max": 0,
# "iops_max": 0,
# "iops_rd_max": 0,
# "iops_wr_max": 0,
# "iops_size": 0,
# "detect_zeroes": "on",
# "write_threshold": 0,
# "image":{
# "filename":"disks/test.qcow2",
# "format":"qcow2",
# "virtual-size":2048000,
# "backing_file":"base.qcow2",
# "full-backing-filename":"disks/base.qcow2",
# "backing-filename-format":"qcow2",
# "snapshots":[
# {
# "id": "1",
# "name": "snapshot1",
# "vm-state-size": 0,
# "date-sec": 10000200,
# "date-nsec": 12,
# "vm-clock-sec": 206,
# "vm-clock-nsec": 30
# }
# ],
# "backing-image":{
# "filename":"disks/base.qcow2",
# "format":"qcow2",
# "virtual-size":2048000
# }
# }
# },
# "qdev": "ide_disk",
# "type":"unknown"
# },
# {
# "io-status": "ok",
# "device":"ide1-cd0",
# "locked":false,
# "removable":true,
# "qdev": "/machine/unattached/device[23]",
# "tray_open": false,
# "type":"unknown"
# },
# {
# "device":"floppy0",
# "locked":false,
# "removable":true,
# "qdev": "/machine/unattached/device[20]",
# "type":"unknown"
# },
# {
# "device":"sd0",
# "locked":false,
# "removable":true,
# "type":"unknown"
# }
# ]
# }
#
##
{ 'command': 'query-block', 'returns': ['BlockInfo'] }
##
# @BlockDeviceTimedStats:
#
# Statistics of a block device during a given interval of time.
#
# @interval_length: Interval used for calculating the statistics,
# in seconds.
#
# @min_rd_latency_ns: Minimum latency of read operations in the
# defined interval, in nanoseconds.
#
# @min_wr_latency_ns: Minimum latency of write operations in the
# defined interval, in nanoseconds.
#
# @min_flush_latency_ns: Minimum latency of flush operations in the
# defined interval, in nanoseconds.
#
# @max_rd_latency_ns: Maximum latency of read operations in the
# defined interval, in nanoseconds.
#
# @max_wr_latency_ns: Maximum latency of write operations in the
# defined interval, in nanoseconds.
#
# @max_flush_latency_ns: Maximum latency of flush operations in the
# defined interval, in nanoseconds.
#
# @avg_rd_latency_ns: Average latency of read operations in the
# defined interval, in nanoseconds.
#
# @avg_wr_latency_ns: Average latency of write operations in the
# defined interval, in nanoseconds.
#
# @avg_flush_latency_ns: Average latency of flush operations in the
# defined interval, in nanoseconds.
#
# @avg_rd_queue_depth: Average number of pending read operations
# in the defined interval.
#
# @avg_wr_queue_depth: Average number of pending write operations
# in the defined interval.
#
# Since: 2.5
##
{ 'struct': 'BlockDeviceTimedStats',
'data': { 'interval_length': 'int', 'min_rd_latency_ns': 'int',
'max_rd_latency_ns': 'int', 'avg_rd_latency_ns': 'int',
'min_wr_latency_ns': 'int', 'max_wr_latency_ns': 'int',
'avg_wr_latency_ns': 'int', 'min_flush_latency_ns': 'int',
'max_flush_latency_ns': 'int', 'avg_flush_latency_ns': 'int',
'avg_rd_queue_depth': 'number', 'avg_wr_queue_depth': 'number' } }
##
# @BlockDeviceStats:
#
# Statistics of a virtual block device or a block backing device.
#
# @rd_bytes: The number of bytes read by the device.
#
# @wr_bytes: The number of bytes written by the device.
#
# @rd_operations: The number of read operations performed by the device.
#
# @wr_operations: The number of write operations performed by the device.
#
# @flush_operations: The number of cache flush operations performed by the
# device (since 0.15.0)
#
# @flush_total_time_ns: Total time spend on cache flushes in nano-seconds
# (since 0.15.0).
#
# @wr_total_time_ns: Total time spend on writes in nano-seconds (since 0.15.0).
#
# @rd_total_time_ns: Total_time_spend on reads in nano-seconds (since 0.15.0).
#
# @wr_highest_offset: The offset after the greatest byte written to the
# device. The intended use of this information is for
# growable sparse files (like qcow2) that are used on top
# of a physical device.
#
# @rd_merged: Number of read requests that have been merged into another
# request (Since 2.3).
#
# @wr_merged: Number of write requests that have been merged into another
# request (Since 2.3).
#
# @idle_time_ns: Time since the last I/O operation, in
# nanoseconds. If the field is absent it means that
# there haven't been any operations yet (Since 2.5).
#
# @failed_rd_operations: The number of failed read operations
# performed by the device (Since 2.5)
#
# @failed_wr_operations: The number of failed write operations
# performed by the device (Since 2.5)
#
# @failed_flush_operations: The number of failed flush operations
# performed by the device (Since 2.5)
#
# @invalid_rd_operations: The number of invalid read operations
# performed by the device (Since 2.5)
#
# @invalid_wr_operations: The number of invalid write operations
# performed by the device (Since 2.5)
#
# @invalid_flush_operations: The number of invalid flush operations
# performed by the device (Since 2.5)
#
# @account_invalid: Whether invalid operations are included in the
# last access statistics (Since 2.5)
#
# @account_failed: Whether failed operations are included in the
# latency and last access statistics (Since 2.5)
#
# @timed_stats: Statistics specific to the set of previously defined
# intervals of time (Since 2.5)
#
# @x_rd_latency_histogram: @BlockLatencyHistogramInfo. (Since 2.12)
#
# @x_wr_latency_histogram: @BlockLatencyHistogramInfo. (Since 2.12)
#
# @x_flush_latency_histogram: @BlockLatencyHistogramInfo. (Since 2.12)
#
# Since: 0.14.0
##
{ 'struct': 'BlockDeviceStats',
'data': {'rd_bytes': 'int', 'wr_bytes': 'int', 'rd_operations': 'int',
'wr_operations': 'int', 'flush_operations': 'int',
'flush_total_time_ns': 'int', 'wr_total_time_ns': 'int',
'rd_total_time_ns': 'int', 'wr_highest_offset': 'int',
'rd_merged': 'int', 'wr_merged': 'int', '*idle_time_ns': 'int',
'failed_rd_operations': 'int', 'failed_wr_operations': 'int',
'failed_flush_operations': 'int', 'invalid_rd_operations': 'int',
'invalid_wr_operations': 'int', 'invalid_flush_operations': 'int',
'account_invalid': 'bool', 'account_failed': 'bool',
'timed_stats': ['BlockDeviceTimedStats'],
'*x_rd_latency_histogram': 'BlockLatencyHistogramInfo',
'*x_wr_latency_histogram': 'BlockLatencyHistogramInfo',
'*x_flush_latency_histogram': 'BlockLatencyHistogramInfo' } }
##
# @BlockStats:
#
# Statistics of a virtual block device or a block backing device.
#
# @device: If the stats are for a virtual block device, the name
# corresponding to the virtual block device.
#
# @node-name: The node name of the device. (Since 2.3)
#
# @stats: A @BlockDeviceStats for the device.
#
# @parent: This describes the file block device if it has one.
# Contains recursively the statistics of the underlying
# protocol (e.g. the host file for a qcow2 image). If there is
# no underlying protocol, this field is omitted
#
# @backing: This describes the backing block device if it has one.
# (Since 2.0)
#
# Since: 0.14.0
##
{ 'struct': 'BlockStats',
'data': {'*device': 'str', '*node-name': 'str',
'stats': 'BlockDeviceStats',
'*parent': 'BlockStats',
'*backing': 'BlockStats'} }
##
# @query-blockstats:
#
# Query the @BlockStats for all virtual block devices.
#
# @query-nodes: If true, the command will query all the block nodes
# that have a node name, in a list which will include "parent"
# information, but not "backing".
# If false or omitted, the behavior is as before - query all the
# device backends, recursively including their "parent" and
# "backing". Filter nodes that were created implicitly are
# skipped over in this mode. (Since 2.3)
#
# Returns: A list of @BlockStats for each virtual block devices.
#
# Since: 0.14.0
#
# Example:
#
# -> { "execute": "query-blockstats" }
# <- {
# "return":[
# {
# "device":"ide0-hd0",
# "parent":{
# "stats":{
# "wr_highest_offset":3686448128,
# "wr_bytes":9786368,
# "wr_operations":751,
# "rd_bytes":122567168,
# "rd_operations":36772
# "wr_total_times_ns":313253456
# "rd_total_times_ns":3465673657
# "flush_total_times_ns":49653
# "flush_operations":61,
# "rd_merged":0,
# "wr_merged":0,
# "idle_time_ns":2953431879,
# "account_invalid":true,
# "account_failed":false
# }
# },
# "stats":{
# "wr_highest_offset":2821110784,
# "wr_bytes":9786368,
# "wr_operations":692,
# "rd_bytes":122739200,
# "rd_operations":36604
# "flush_operations":51,
# "wr_total_times_ns":313253456
# "rd_total_times_ns":3465673657
# "flush_total_times_ns":49653,
# "rd_merged":0,
# "wr_merged":0,
# "idle_time_ns":2953431879,
# "account_invalid":true,
# "account_failed":false
# }
# },
# {
# "device":"ide1-cd0",
# "stats":{
# "wr_highest_offset":0,
# "wr_bytes":0,
# "wr_operations":0,
# "rd_bytes":0,
# "rd_operations":0
# "flush_operations":0,
# "wr_total_times_ns":0
# "rd_total_times_ns":0
# "flush_total_times_ns":0,
# "rd_merged":0,
# "wr_merged":0,
# "account_invalid":false,
# "account_failed":false
# }
# },
# {
# "device":"floppy0",
# "stats":{
# "wr_highest_offset":0,
# "wr_bytes":0,
# "wr_operations":0,
# "rd_bytes":0,
# "rd_operations":0
# "flush_operations":0,
# "wr_total_times_ns":0
# "rd_total_times_ns":0
# "flush_total_times_ns":0,
# "rd_merged":0,
# "wr_merged":0,
# "account_invalid":false,
# "account_failed":false
# }
# },
# {
# "device":"sd0",
# "stats":{
# "wr_highest_offset":0,
# "wr_bytes":0,
# "wr_operations":0,
# "rd_bytes":0,
# "rd_operations":0
# "flush_operations":0,
# "wr_total_times_ns":0
# "rd_total_times_ns":0
# "flush_total_times_ns":0,
# "rd_merged":0,
# "wr_merged":0,
# "account_invalid":false,
# "account_failed":false
# }
# }
# ]
# }
#
##
{ 'command': 'query-blockstats',
'data': { '*query-nodes': 'bool' },
'returns': ['BlockStats'] }
##
# @BlockdevOnError:
#
# An enumeration of possible behaviors for errors on I/O operations.
# The exact meaning depends on whether the I/O was initiated by a guest
# or by a block job
#
# @report: for guest operations, report the error to the guest;
# for jobs, cancel the job
#
# @ignore: ignore the error, only report a QMP event (BLOCK_IO_ERROR
# or BLOCK_JOB_ERROR)
#
# @enospc: same as @stop on ENOSPC, same as @report otherwise.
#
# @stop: for guest operations, stop the virtual machine;
# for jobs, pause the job
#
# @auto: inherit the error handling policy of the backend (since: 2.7)
#
# Since: 1.3
##
{ 'enum': 'BlockdevOnError',
'data': ['report', 'ignore', 'enospc', 'stop', 'auto'] }
##
# @MirrorSyncMode:
#
# An enumeration of possible behaviors for the initial synchronization
# phase of storage mirroring.
#
# @top: copies data in the topmost image to the destination
#
# @full: copies data from all images to the destination
#
# @none: only copy data written from now on
#
# @incremental: only copy data described by the dirty bitmap. Since: 2.4
#
# Since: 1.3
##
{ 'enum': 'MirrorSyncMode',
'data': ['top', 'full', 'none', 'incremental'] }
##
# @BlockJobType:
#
# Type of a block job.
#
# @commit: block commit job type, see "block-commit"
#
# @stream: block stream job type, see "block-stream"
#
# @mirror: drive mirror job type, see "drive-mirror"
#
# @backup: drive backup job type, see "drive-backup"
#
# Since: 1.7
##
{ 'enum': 'BlockJobType',
'data': ['commit', 'stream', 'mirror', 'backup'] }
##
# @BlockJobVerb:
#
# Represents command verbs that can be applied to a blockjob.
#
# @cancel: see @block-job-cancel
#
# @pause: see @block-job-pause
#
# @resume: see @block-job-resume
#
# @set-speed: see @block-job-set-speed
#
# @complete: see @block-job-complete
#
# @dismiss: see @block-job-dismiss
#
# @finalize: see @block-job-finalize
#
# Since: 2.12
##
{ 'enum': 'BlockJobVerb',
'data': ['cancel', 'pause', 'resume', 'set-speed', 'complete', 'dismiss',
'finalize' ] }
##
# @BlockJobStatus:
#
# Indicates the present state of a given blockjob in its lifetime.
#
# @undefined: Erroneous, default state. Should not ever be visible.
#
# @created: The job has been created, but not yet started.
#
# @running: The job is currently running.
#
# @paused: The job is running, but paused. The pause may be requested by
# either the QMP user or by internal processes.
#
# @ready: The job is running, but is ready for the user to signal completion.
# This is used for long-running jobs like mirror that are designed to
# run indefinitely.
#
# @standby: The job is ready, but paused. This is nearly identical to @paused.
# The job may return to @ready or otherwise be canceled.
#
# @waiting: The job is waiting for other jobs in the transaction to converge
# to the waiting state. This status will likely not be visible for
# the last job in a transaction.
#
# @pending: The job has finished its work, but has finalization steps that it
# needs to make prior to completing. These changes may require
# manual intervention by the management process if manual was set
# to true. These changes may still fail.
#
# @aborting: The job is in the process of being aborted, and will finish with
# an error. The job will afterwards report that it is @concluded.
# This status may not be visible to the management process.
#
# @concluded: The job has finished all work. If manual was set to true, the job
# will remain in the query list until it is dismissed.
#
# @null: The job is in the process of being dismantled. This state should not
# ever be visible externally.
#
# Since: 2.12
##
{ 'enum': 'BlockJobStatus',
'data': ['undefined', 'created', 'running', 'paused', 'ready', 'standby',
'waiting', 'pending', 'aborting', 'concluded', 'null' ] }
##
# @BlockJobInfo:
#
# Information about a long-running block device operation.
#
# @type: the job type ('stream' for image streaming)
#
# @device: The job identifier. Originally the device name but other
# values are allowed since QEMU 2.7
#
# @len: the maximum progress value
#
# @busy: false if the job is known to be in a quiescent state, with
# no pending I/O. Since 1.3.
#
# @paused: whether the job is paused or, if @busy is true, will
# pause itself as soon as possible. Since 1.3.
#
# @offset: the current progress value
#
# @speed: the rate limit, bytes per second
#
# @io-status: the status of the job (since 1.3)
#
# @ready: true if the job may be completed (since 2.2)
#
# @status: Current job state/status (since 2.12)
#
# @auto-finalize: Job will finalize itself when PENDING, moving to
# the CONCLUDED state. (since 2.12)
#
# @auto-dismiss: Job will dismiss itself when CONCLUDED, moving to the NULL
# state and disappearing from the query list. (since 2.12)
#
# Since: 1.1
##
{ 'struct': 'BlockJobInfo',
'data': {'type': 'str', 'device': 'str', 'len': 'int',
'offset': 'int', 'busy': 'bool', 'paused': 'bool', 'speed': 'int',
'io-status': 'BlockDeviceIoStatus', 'ready': 'bool',
'status': 'BlockJobStatus',
'auto-finalize': 'bool', 'auto-dismiss': 'bool' } }
##
# @query-block-jobs:
#
# Return information about long-running block device operations.
#
# Returns: a list of @BlockJobInfo for each active block job
#
# Since: 1.1
##
{ 'command': 'query-block-jobs', 'returns': ['BlockJobInfo'] }
##
# @block_passwd:
#
# This command sets the password of a block device that has not been open
# with a password and requires one.
#
# This command is now obsolete and will always return an error since 2.10
#
##
{ 'command': 'block_passwd', 'data': {'*device': 'str',
'*node-name': 'str', 'password': 'str'} }
##
# @block_resize:
#
# Resize a block image while a guest is running.
#
# Either @device or @node-name must be set but not both.
#
# @device: the name of the device to get the image resized
#
# @node-name: graph node name to get the image resized (Since 2.0)
#
# @size: new image size in bytes
#
# Returns: nothing on success
# If @device is not a valid block device, DeviceNotFound
#
# Since: 0.14.0
#
# Example:
#
# -> { "execute": "block_resize",
# "arguments": { "device": "scratch", "size": 1073741824 } }
# <- { "return": {} }
#
##
{ 'command': 'block_resize', 'data': { '*device': 'str',
'*node-name': 'str',
'size': 'int' }}
##
# @NewImageMode:
#
# An enumeration that tells QEMU how to set the backing file path in
# a new image file.
#
# @existing: QEMU should look for an existing image file.
#
# @absolute-paths: QEMU should create a new image with absolute paths
# for the backing file. If there is no backing file available, the new
# image will not be backed either.
#
# Since: 1.1
##
{ 'enum': 'NewImageMode',
'data': [ 'existing', 'absolute-paths' ] }
##
# @BlockdevSnapshotSync:
#
# Either @device or @node-name must be set but not both.
#
# @device: the name of the device to generate the snapshot from.
#
# @node-name: graph node name to generate the snapshot from (Since 2.0)
#
# @snapshot-file: the target of the new image. If the file exists, or
# if it is a device, the snapshot will be created in the existing
# file/device. Otherwise, a new file will be created.
#
# @snapshot-node-name: the graph node name of the new image (Since 2.0)
#
# @format: the format of the snapshot image, default is 'qcow2'.
#
# @mode: whether and how QEMU should create a new image, default is
# 'absolute-paths'.
##
{ 'struct': 'BlockdevSnapshotSync',
'data': { '*device': 'str', '*node-name': 'str',
'snapshot-file': 'str', '*snapshot-node-name': 'str',
'*format': 'str', '*mode': 'NewImageMode' } }
##
# @BlockdevSnapshot:
#
# @node: device or node name that will have a snapshot created.
#
# @overlay: reference to the existing block device that will become
# the overlay of @node, as part of creating the snapshot.
# It must not have a current backing file (this can be
# achieved by passing "backing": null to blockdev-add).
#
# Since: 2.5
##
{ 'struct': 'BlockdevSnapshot',
'data': { 'node': 'str', 'overlay': 'str' } }
##
# @DriveBackup:
#
# @job-id: identifier for the newly-created block job. If
# omitted, the device name will be used. (Since 2.7)
#
# @device: the device name or node-name of a root node which should be copied.
#
# @target: the target of the new image. If the file exists, or if it
# is a device, the existing file/device will be used as the new
# destination. If it does not exist, a new file will be created.
#
# @format: the format of the new destination, default is to
# probe if @mode is 'existing', else the format of the source
#
# @sync: what parts of the disk image should be copied to the destination
# (all the disk, only the sectors allocated in the topmost image, from a
# dirty bitmap, or only new I/O).
#
# @mode: whether and how QEMU should create a new image, default is
# 'absolute-paths'.
#
# @speed: the maximum speed, in bytes per second
#
# @bitmap: the name of dirty bitmap if sync is "incremental".
# Must be present if sync is "incremental", must NOT be present
# otherwise. (Since 2.4)
#
# @compress: true to compress data, if the target format supports it.
# (default: false) (since 2.8)
#
# @on-source-error: the action to take on an error on the source,
# default 'report'. 'stop' and 'enospc' can only be used
# if the block device supports io-status (see BlockInfo).
#
# @on-target-error: the action to take on an error on the target,
# default 'report' (no limitations, since this applies to
# a different block device than @device).
#
# @auto-finalize: When false, this job will wait in a PENDING state after it has
# finished its work, waiting for @block-job-finalize.
# When true, this job will automatically perform its abort or
# commit actions.
# Defaults to true. (Since 2.12)
#
# @auto-dismiss: When false, this job will wait in a CONCLUDED state after it
# has completed ceased all work, and wait for @block-job-dismiss.
# When true, this job will automatically disappear from the query
# list without user intervention.
# Defaults to true. (Since 2.12)
#
# Note: @on-source-error and @on-target-error only affect background
# I/O. If an error occurs during a guest write request, the device's
# rerror/werror actions will be used.
#
# Since: 1.6
##
{ 'struct': 'DriveBackup',
'data': { '*job-id': 'str', 'device': 'str', 'target': 'str',
'*format': 'str', 'sync': 'MirrorSyncMode',
'*mode': 'NewImageMode', '*speed': 'int',
'*bitmap': 'str', '*compress': 'bool',
'*on-source-error': 'BlockdevOnError',
'*on-target-error': 'BlockdevOnError',
'*auto-finalize': 'bool', '*auto-dismiss': 'bool' } }
##
# @BlockdevBackup:
#
# @job-id: identifier for the newly-created block job. If
# omitted, the device name will be used. (Since 2.7)
#
# @device: the device name or node-name of a root node which should be copied.
#
# @target: the device name or node-name of the backup target node.
#
# @sync: what parts of the disk image should be copied to the destination
# (all the disk, only the sectors allocated in the topmost image, or
# only new I/O).
#
# @speed: the maximum speed, in bytes per second. The default is 0,
# for unlimited.
#
# @compress: true to compress data, if the target format supports it.
# (default: false) (since 2.8)
#
# @on-source-error: the action to take on an error on the source,
# default 'report'. 'stop' and 'enospc' can only be used
# if the block device supports io-status (see BlockInfo).
#
# @on-target-error: the action to take on an error on the target,
# default 'report' (no limitations, since this applies to
# a different block device than @device).
#
# @auto-finalize: When false, this job will wait in a PENDING state after it has
# finished its work, waiting for @block-job-finalize.
# When true, this job will automatically perform its abort or
# commit actions.
# Defaults to true. (Since 2.12)
#
# @auto-dismiss: When false, this job will wait in a CONCLUDED state after it
# has completed ceased all work, and wait for @block-job-dismiss.
# When true, this job will automatically disappear from the query
# list without user intervention.
# Defaults to true. (Since 2.12)
#
# Note: @on-source-error and @on-target-error only affect background
# I/O. If an error occurs during a guest write request, the device's
# rerror/werror actions will be used.
#
# Since: 2.3
##
{ 'struct': 'BlockdevBackup',
'data': { '*job-id': 'str', 'device': 'str', 'target': 'str',
'sync': 'MirrorSyncMode', '*speed': 'int', '*compress': 'bool',
'*on-source-error': 'BlockdevOnError',
'*on-target-error': 'BlockdevOnError',
'*auto-finalize': 'bool', '*auto-dismiss': 'bool' } }
##
# @blockdev-snapshot-sync:
#
# Generates a synchronous snapshot of a block device.
#
# For the arguments, see the documentation of BlockdevSnapshotSync.
#
# Returns: nothing on success
# If @device is not a valid block device, DeviceNotFound
#
# Since: 0.14.0
#
# Example:
#
# -> { "execute": "blockdev-snapshot-sync",
# "arguments": { "device": "ide-hd0",
# "snapshot-file":
# "/some/place/my-image",
# "format": "qcow2" } }
# <- { "return": {} }
#
##
{ 'command': 'blockdev-snapshot-sync',
'data': 'BlockdevSnapshotSync' }
##
# @blockdev-snapshot:
#
# Generates a snapshot of a block device.
#
# Create a snapshot, by installing 'node' as the backing image of
# 'overlay'. Additionally, if 'node' is associated with a block
# device, the block device changes to using 'overlay' as its new active
# image.
#
# For the arguments, see the documentation of BlockdevSnapshot.
#
# Since: 2.5
#
# Example:
#
# -> { "execute": "blockdev-add",
# "arguments": { "driver": "qcow2",
# "node-name": "node1534",
# "file": { "driver": "file",
# "filename": "hd1.qcow2" },
# "backing": null } }
#
# <- { "return": {} }
#
# -> { "execute": "blockdev-snapshot",
# "arguments": { "node": "ide-hd0",
# "overlay": "node1534" } }
# <- { "return": {} }
#
##
{ 'command': 'blockdev-snapshot',
'data': 'BlockdevSnapshot' }
##
# @change-backing-file:
#
# Change the backing file in the image file metadata. This does not
# cause QEMU to reopen the image file to reparse the backing filename
# (it may, however, perform a reopen to change permissions from
# r/o -> r/w -> r/o, if needed). The new backing file string is written
# into the image file metadata, and the QEMU internal strings are
# updated.
#
# @image-node-name: The name of the block driver state node of the
# image to modify. The "device" argument is used
# to verify "image-node-name" is in the chain
# described by "device".
#
# @device: The device name or node-name of the root node that owns
# image-node-name.
#
# @backing-file: The string to write as the backing file. This
# string is not validated, so care should be taken
# when specifying the string or the image chain may
# not be able to be reopened again.
#
# Returns: Nothing on success
#
# If "device" does not exist or cannot be determined, DeviceNotFound
#
# Since: 2.1
##
{ 'command': 'change-backing-file',
'data': { 'device': 'str', 'image-node-name': 'str',
'backing-file': 'str' } }
##
# @block-commit:
#
# Live commit of data from overlay image nodes into backing nodes - i.e.,
# writes data between 'top' and 'base' into 'base'.
#
# @job-id: identifier for the newly-created block job. If
# omitted, the device name will be used. (Since 2.7)
#
# @device: the device name or node-name of a root node
#
# @base: The file name of the backing image to write data into.
# If not specified, this is the deepest backing image.
#
# @top: The file name of the backing image within the image chain,
# which contains the topmost data to be committed down. If
# not specified, this is the active layer.
#
# @backing-file: The backing file string to write into the overlay
# image of 'top'. If 'top' is the active layer,
# specifying a backing file string is an error. This
# filename is not validated.
#
# If a pathname string is such that it cannot be
# resolved by QEMU, that means that subsequent QMP or
# HMP commands must use node-names for the image in
# question, as filename lookup methods will fail.
#
# If not specified, QEMU will automatically determine
# the backing file string to use, or error out if
# there is no obvious choice. Care should be taken
# when specifying the string, to specify a valid
# filename or protocol.
# (Since 2.1)
#
# If top == base, that is an error.
# If top == active, the job will not be completed by itself,
# user needs to complete the job with the block-job-complete
# command after getting the ready event. (Since 2.0)
#
# If the base image is smaller than top, then the base image
# will be resized to be the same size as top. If top is
# smaller than the base image, the base will not be
# truncated. If you want the base image size to match the
# size of the smaller top, you can safely truncate it
# yourself once the commit operation successfully completes.
#
# @speed: the maximum speed, in bytes per second
#
# @filter-node-name: the node name that should be assigned to the
# filter driver that the commit job inserts into the graph
# above @top. If this option is not given, a node name is
# autogenerated. (Since: 2.9)
#
# Returns: Nothing on success
# If commit or stream is already active on this device, DeviceInUse
# If @device does not exist, DeviceNotFound
# If image commit is not supported by this device, NotSupported
# If @base or @top is invalid, a generic error is returned
# If @speed is invalid, InvalidParameter
#
# Since: 1.3
#
# Example:
#
# -> { "execute": "block-commit",
# "arguments": { "device": "virtio0",
# "top": "/tmp/snap1.qcow2" } }
# <- { "return": {} }
#
##
{ 'command': 'block-commit',
'data': { '*job-id': 'str', 'device': 'str', '*base': 'str', '*top': 'str',
'*backing-file': 'str', '*speed': 'int',
'*filter-node-name': 'str' } }
##
# @drive-backup:
#
# Start a point-in-time copy of a block device to a new destination. The
# status of ongoing drive-backup operations can be checked with
# query-block-jobs where the BlockJobInfo.type field has the value 'backup'.
# The operation can be stopped before it has completed using the
# block-job-cancel command.
#
# Returns: nothing on success
# If @device is not a valid block device, GenericError
#
# Since: 1.6
#
# Example:
#
# -> { "execute": "drive-backup",
# "arguments": { "device": "drive0",
# "sync": "full",
# "target": "backup.img" } }
# <- { "return": {} }
#
##
{ 'command': 'drive-backup', 'boxed': true,
'data': 'DriveBackup' }
##
# @blockdev-backup:
#
# Start a point-in-time copy of a block device to a new destination. The
# status of ongoing blockdev-backup operations can be checked with
# query-block-jobs where the BlockJobInfo.type field has the value 'backup'.
# The operation can be stopped before it has completed using the
# block-job-cancel command.
#
# Returns: nothing on success
# If @device is not a valid block device, DeviceNotFound
#
# Since: 2.3
#
# Example:
# -> { "execute": "blockdev-backup",
# "arguments": { "device": "src-id",
# "sync": "full",
# "target": "tgt-id" } }
# <- { "return": {} }
#
##
{ 'command': 'blockdev-backup', 'boxed': true,
'data': 'BlockdevBackup' }
##
# @query-named-block-nodes:
#
# Get the named block driver list
#
# Returns: the list of BlockDeviceInfo
#
# Since: 2.0
#
# Example:
#
# -> { "execute": "query-named-block-nodes" }
# <- { "return": [ { "ro":false,
# "drv":"qcow2",
# "encrypted":false,
# "file":"disks/test.qcow2",
# "node-name": "my-node",
# "backing_file_depth":1,
# "bps":1000000,
# "bps_rd":0,
# "bps_wr":0,
# "iops":1000000,
# "iops_rd":0,
# "iops_wr":0,
# "bps_max": 8000000,
# "bps_rd_max": 0,
# "bps_wr_max": 0,
# "iops_max": 0,
# "iops_rd_max": 0,
# "iops_wr_max": 0,
# "iops_size": 0,
# "write_threshold": 0,
# "image":{
# "filename":"disks/test.qcow2",
# "format":"qcow2",
# "virtual-size":2048000,
# "backing_file":"base.qcow2",
# "full-backing-filename":"disks/base.qcow2",
# "backing-filename-format":"qcow2",
# "snapshots":[
# {
# "id": "1",
# "name": "snapshot1",
# "vm-state-size": 0,
# "date-sec": 10000200,
# "date-nsec": 12,
# "vm-clock-sec": 206,
# "vm-clock-nsec": 30
# }
# ],
# "backing-image":{
# "filename":"disks/base.qcow2",
# "format":"qcow2",
# "virtual-size":2048000
# }
# } } ] }
#
##
{ 'command': 'query-named-block-nodes', 'returns': [ 'BlockDeviceInfo' ] }
##
# @drive-mirror:
#
# Start mirroring a block device's writes to a new destination. target
# specifies the target of the new image. If the file exists, or if it
# is a device, it will be used as the new destination for writes. If
# it does not exist, a new file will be created. format specifies the
# format of the mirror image, default is to probe if mode='existing',
# else the format of the source.
#
# Returns: nothing on success
# If @device is not a valid block device, GenericError
#
# Since: 1.3
#
# Example:
#
# -> { "execute": "drive-mirror",
# "arguments": { "device": "ide-hd0",
# "target": "/some/place/my-image",
# "sync": "full",
# "format": "qcow2" } }
# <- { "return": {} }
#
##
{ 'command': 'drive-mirror', 'boxed': true,
'data': 'DriveMirror' }
##
# @DriveMirror:
#
# A set of parameters describing drive mirror setup.
#
# @job-id: identifier for the newly-created block job. If
# omitted, the device name will be used. (Since 2.7)
#
# @device: the device name or node-name of a root node whose writes should be
# mirrored.
#
# @target: the target of the new image. If the file exists, or if it
# is a device, the existing file/device will be used as the new
# destination. If it does not exist, a new file will be created.
#
# @format: the format of the new destination, default is to
# probe if @mode is 'existing', else the format of the source
#
# @node-name: the new block driver state node name in the graph
# (Since 2.1)
#
# @replaces: with sync=full graph node name to be replaced by the new
# image when a whole image copy is done. This can be used to repair
# broken Quorum files. (Since 2.1)
#
# @mode: whether and how QEMU should create a new image, default is
# 'absolute-paths'.
#
# @speed: the maximum speed, in bytes per second
#
# @sync: what parts of the disk image should be copied to the destination
# (all the disk, only the sectors allocated in the topmost image, or
# only new I/O).
#
# @granularity: granularity of the dirty bitmap, default is 64K
# if the image format doesn't have clusters, 4K if the clusters
# are smaller than that, else the cluster size. Must be a
# power of 2 between 512 and 64M (since 1.4).
#
# @buf-size: maximum amount of data in flight from source to
# target (since 1.4).
#
# @on-source-error: the action to take on an error on the source,
# default 'report'. 'stop' and 'enospc' can only be used
# if the block device supports io-status (see BlockInfo).
#
# @on-target-error: the action to take on an error on the target,
# default 'report' (no limitations, since this applies to
# a different block device than @device).
# @unmap: Whether to try to unmap target sectors where source has
# only zero. If true, and target unallocated sectors will read as zero,
# target image sectors will be unmapped; otherwise, zeroes will be
# written. Both will result in identical contents.
# Default is true. (Since 2.4)
#
# Since: 1.3
##
{ 'struct': 'DriveMirror',
'data': { '*job-id': 'str', 'device': 'str', 'target': 'str',
'*format': 'str', '*node-name': 'str', '*replaces': 'str',
'sync': 'MirrorSyncMode', '*mode': 'NewImageMode',
'*speed': 'int', '*granularity': 'uint32',
'*buf-size': 'int', '*on-source-error': 'BlockdevOnError',
'*on-target-error': 'BlockdevOnError',
'*unmap': 'bool' } }
##
# @BlockDirtyBitmap:
#
# @node: name of device/node which the bitmap is tracking
#
# @name: name of the dirty bitmap
#
# Since: 2.4
##
{ 'struct': 'BlockDirtyBitmap',
'data': { 'node': 'str', 'name': 'str' } }
##
# @BlockDirtyBitmapAdd:
#
# @node: name of device/node which the bitmap is tracking
#
# @name: name of the dirty bitmap
#
# @granularity: the bitmap granularity, default is 64k for
# block-dirty-bitmap-add
#
# @persistent: the bitmap is persistent, i.e. it will be saved to the
# corresponding block device image file on its close. For now only
# Qcow2 disks support persistent bitmaps. Default is false for
# block-dirty-bitmap-add. (Since: 2.10)
#
# @autoload: ignored and deprecated since 2.12.
# Currently, all dirty tracking bitmaps are loaded from Qcow2 on
# open.
#
# Since: 2.4
##
{ 'struct': 'BlockDirtyBitmapAdd',
'data': { 'node': 'str', 'name': 'str', '*granularity': 'uint32',
'*persistent': 'bool', '*autoload': 'bool' } }
##
# @block-dirty-bitmap-add:
#
# Create a dirty bitmap with a name on the node, and start tracking the writes.
#
# Returns: nothing on success
# If @node is not a valid block device or node, DeviceNotFound
# If @name is already taken, GenericError with an explanation
#
# Since: 2.4
#
# Example:
#
# -> { "execute": "block-dirty-bitmap-add",
# "arguments": { "node": "drive0", "name": "bitmap0" } }
# <- { "return": {} }
#
##
{ 'command': 'block-dirty-bitmap-add',
'data': 'BlockDirtyBitmapAdd' }
##
# @block-dirty-bitmap-remove:
#
# Stop write tracking and remove the dirty bitmap that was created
# with block-dirty-bitmap-add. If the bitmap is persistent, remove it from its
# storage too.
#
# Returns: nothing on success
# If @node is not a valid block device or node, DeviceNotFound
# If @name is not found, GenericError with an explanation
# if @name is frozen by an operation, GenericError
#
# Since: 2.4
#
# Example:
#
# -> { "execute": "block-dirty-bitmap-remove",
# "arguments": { "node": "drive0", "name": "bitmap0" } }
# <- { "return": {} }
#
##
{ 'command': 'block-dirty-bitmap-remove',
'data': 'BlockDirtyBitmap' }
##
# @block-dirty-bitmap-clear:
#
# Clear (reset) a dirty bitmap on the device, so that an incremental
# backup from this point in time forward will only backup clusters
# modified after this clear operation.
#
# Returns: nothing on success
# If @node is not a valid block device, DeviceNotFound
# If @name is not found, GenericError with an explanation
#
# Since: 2.4
#
# Example:
#
# -> { "execute": "block-dirty-bitmap-clear",
# "arguments": { "node": "drive0", "name": "bitmap0" } }
# <- { "return": {} }
#
##
{ 'command': 'block-dirty-bitmap-clear',
'data': 'BlockDirtyBitmap' }
##
# @BlockDirtyBitmapSha256:
#
# SHA256 hash of dirty bitmap data
#
# @sha256: ASCII representation of SHA256 bitmap hash
#
# Since: 2.10
##
{ 'struct': 'BlockDirtyBitmapSha256',
'data': {'sha256': 'str'} }
##
# @x-debug-block-dirty-bitmap-sha256:
#
# Get bitmap SHA256
#
# Returns: BlockDirtyBitmapSha256 on success
# If @node is not a valid block device, DeviceNotFound
# If @name is not found or if hashing has failed, GenericError with an
# explanation
#
# Since: 2.10
##
{ 'command': 'x-debug-block-dirty-bitmap-sha256',
'data': 'BlockDirtyBitmap', 'returns': 'BlockDirtyBitmapSha256' }
##
# @blockdev-mirror:
#
# Start mirroring a block device's writes to a new destination.
#
# @job-id: identifier for the newly-created block job. If
# omitted, the device name will be used. (Since 2.7)
#
# @device: The device name or node-name of a root node whose writes should be
# mirrored.
#
# @target: the id or node-name of the block device to mirror to. This mustn't be
# attached to guest.
#
# @replaces: with sync=full graph node name to be replaced by the new
# image when a whole image copy is done. This can be used to repair
# broken Quorum files.
#
# @speed: the maximum speed, in bytes per second
#
# @sync: what parts of the disk image should be copied to the destination
# (all the disk, only the sectors allocated in the topmost image, or
# only new I/O).
#
# @granularity: granularity of the dirty bitmap, default is 64K
# if the image format doesn't have clusters, 4K if the clusters
# are smaller than that, else the cluster size. Must be a
# power of 2 between 512 and 64M
#
# @buf-size: maximum amount of data in flight from source to
# target
#
# @on-source-error: the action to take on an error on the source,
# default 'report'. 'stop' and 'enospc' can only be used
# if the block device supports io-status (see BlockInfo).
#
# @on-target-error: the action to take on an error on the target,
# default 'report' (no limitations, since this applies to
# a different block device than @device).
#
# @filter-node-name: the node name that should be assigned to the
# filter driver that the mirror job inserts into the graph
# above @device. If this option is not given, a node name is
# autogenerated. (Since: 2.9)
#
# Returns: nothing on success.
#
# Since: 2.6
#
# Example:
#
# -> { "execute": "blockdev-mirror",
# "arguments": { "device": "ide-hd0",
# "target": "target0",
# "sync": "full" } }
# <- { "return": {} }
#
##
{ 'command': 'blockdev-mirror',
'data': { '*job-id': 'str', 'device': 'str', 'target': 'str',
'*replaces': 'str',
'sync': 'MirrorSyncMode',
'*speed': 'int', '*granularity': 'uint32',
'*buf-size': 'int', '*on-source-error': 'BlockdevOnError',
'*on-target-error': 'BlockdevOnError',
'*filter-node-name': 'str' } }
##
# @block_set_io_throttle:
#
# Change I/O throttle limits for a block drive.
#
# Since QEMU 2.4, each device with I/O limits is member of a throttle
# group.
#
# If two or more devices are members of the same group, the limits
# will apply to the combined I/O of the whole group in a round-robin
# fashion. Therefore, setting new I/O limits to a device will affect
# the whole group.
#
# The name of the group can be specified using the 'group' parameter.
# If the parameter is unset, it is assumed to be the current group of
# that device. If it's not in any group yet, the name of the device
# will be used as the name for its group.
#
# The 'group' parameter can also be used to move a device to a
# different group. In this case the limits specified in the parameters
# will be applied to the new group only.
#
# I/O limits can be disabled by setting all of them to 0. In this case
# the device will be removed from its group and the rest of its
# members will not be affected. The 'group' parameter is ignored.
#
# Returns: Nothing on success
# If @device is not a valid block device, DeviceNotFound
#
# Since: 1.1
#
# Example:
#
# -> { "execute": "block_set_io_throttle",
# "arguments": { "id": "virtio-blk-pci0/virtio-backend",
# "bps": 0,
# "bps_rd": 0,
# "bps_wr": 0,
# "iops": 512,
# "iops_rd": 0,
# "iops_wr": 0,
# "bps_max": 0,
# "bps_rd_max": 0,
# "bps_wr_max": 0,
# "iops_max": 0,
# "iops_rd_max": 0,
# "iops_wr_max": 0,
# "bps_max_length": 0,
# "iops_size": 0 } }
# <- { "return": {} }
#
# -> { "execute": "block_set_io_throttle",
# "arguments": { "id": "ide0-1-0",
# "bps": 1000000,
# "bps_rd": 0,
# "bps_wr": 0,
# "iops": 0,
# "iops_rd": 0,
# "iops_wr": 0,
# "bps_max": 8000000,
# "bps_rd_max": 0,
# "bps_wr_max": 0,
# "iops_max": 0,
# "iops_rd_max": 0,
# "iops_wr_max": 0,
# "bps_max_length": 60,
# "iops_size": 0 } }
# <- { "return": {} }
##
{ 'command': 'block_set_io_throttle', 'boxed': true,
'data': 'BlockIOThrottle' }
##
# @BlockIOThrottle:
#
# A set of parameters describing block throttling.
#
# @device: Block device name (deprecated, use @id instead)
#
# @id: The name or QOM path of the guest device (since: 2.8)
#
# @bps: total throughput limit in bytes per second
#
# @bps_rd: read throughput limit in bytes per second
#
# @bps_wr: write throughput limit in bytes per second
#
# @iops: total I/O operations per second
#
# @iops_rd: read I/O operations per second
#
# @iops_wr: write I/O operations per second
#
# @bps_max: total throughput limit during bursts,
# in bytes (Since 1.7)
#
# @bps_rd_max: read throughput limit during bursts,
# in bytes (Since 1.7)
#
# @bps_wr_max: write throughput limit during bursts,
# in bytes (Since 1.7)
#
# @iops_max: total I/O operations per second during bursts,
# in bytes (Since 1.7)
#
# @iops_rd_max: read I/O operations per second during bursts,
# in bytes (Since 1.7)
#
# @iops_wr_max: write I/O operations per second during bursts,
# in bytes (Since 1.7)
#
# @bps_max_length: maximum length of the @bps_max burst
# period, in seconds. It must only
# be set if @bps_max is set as well.
# Defaults to 1. (Since 2.6)
#
# @bps_rd_max_length: maximum length of the @bps_rd_max
# burst period, in seconds. It must only
# be set if @bps_rd_max is set as well.
# Defaults to 1. (Since 2.6)
#
# @bps_wr_max_length: maximum length of the @bps_wr_max
# burst period, in seconds. It must only
# be set if @bps_wr_max is set as well.
# Defaults to 1. (Since 2.6)
#
# @iops_max_length: maximum length of the @iops burst
# period, in seconds. It must only
# be set if @iops_max is set as well.
# Defaults to 1. (Since 2.6)
#
# @iops_rd_max_length: maximum length of the @iops_rd_max
# burst period, in seconds. It must only
# be set if @iops_rd_max is set as well.
# Defaults to 1. (Since 2.6)
#
# @iops_wr_max_length: maximum length of the @iops_wr_max
# burst period, in seconds. It must only
# be set if @iops_wr_max is set as well.
# Defaults to 1. (Since 2.6)
#
# @iops_size: an I/O size in bytes (Since 1.7)
#
# @group: throttle group name (Since 2.4)
#
# Since: 1.1
##
{ 'struct': 'BlockIOThrottle',
'data': { '*device': 'str', '*id': 'str', 'bps': 'int', 'bps_rd': 'int',
'bps_wr': 'int', 'iops': 'int', 'iops_rd': 'int', 'iops_wr': 'int',
'*bps_max': 'int', '*bps_rd_max': 'int',
'*bps_wr_max': 'int', '*iops_max': 'int',
'*iops_rd_max': 'int', '*iops_wr_max': 'int',
'*bps_max_length': 'int', '*bps_rd_max_length': 'int',
'*bps_wr_max_length': 'int', '*iops_max_length': 'int',
'*iops_rd_max_length': 'int', '*iops_wr_max_length': 'int',
'*iops_size': 'int', '*group': 'str' } }
##
# @ThrottleLimits:
#
# Limit parameters for throttling.
# Since some limit combinations are illegal, limits should always be set in one
# transaction. All fields are optional. When setting limits, if a field is
# missing the current value is not changed.
#
# @iops-total: limit total I/O operations per second
# @iops-total-max: I/O operations burst
# @iops-total-max-length: length of the iops-total-max burst period, in seconds
# It must only be set if @iops-total-max is set as well.
# @iops-read: limit read operations per second
# @iops-read-max: I/O operations read burst
# @iops-read-max-length: length of the iops-read-max burst period, in seconds
# It must only be set if @iops-read-max is set as well.
# @iops-write: limit write operations per second
# @iops-write-max: I/O operations write burst
# @iops-write-max-length: length of the iops-write-max burst period, in seconds
# It must only be set if @iops-write-max is set as well.
# @bps-total: limit total bytes per second
# @bps-total-max: total bytes burst
# @bps-total-max-length: length of the bps-total-max burst period, in seconds.
# It must only be set if @bps-total-max is set as well.
# @bps-read: limit read bytes per second
# @bps-read-max: total bytes read burst
# @bps-read-max-length: length of the bps-read-max burst period, in seconds
# It must only be set if @bps-read-max is set as well.
# @bps-write: limit write bytes per second
# @bps-write-max: total bytes write burst
# @bps-write-max-length: length of the bps-write-max burst period, in seconds
# It must only be set if @bps-write-max is set as well.
# @iops-size: when limiting by iops max size of an I/O in bytes
#
# Since: 2.11
##
{ 'struct': 'ThrottleLimits',
'data': { '*iops-total' : 'int', '*iops-total-max' : 'int',
'*iops-total-max-length' : 'int', '*iops-read' : 'int',
'*iops-read-max' : 'int', '*iops-read-max-length' : 'int',
'*iops-write' : 'int', '*iops-write-max' : 'int',
'*iops-write-max-length' : 'int', '*bps-total' : 'int',
'*bps-total-max' : 'int', '*bps-total-max-length' : 'int',
'*bps-read' : 'int', '*bps-read-max' : 'int',
'*bps-read-max-length' : 'int', '*bps-write' : 'int',
'*bps-write-max' : 'int', '*bps-write-max-length' : 'int',
'*iops-size' : 'int' } }
##
# @block-stream:
#
# Copy data from a backing file into a block device.
#
# The block streaming operation is performed in the background until the entire
# backing file has been copied. This command returns immediately once streaming
# has started. The status of ongoing block streaming operations can be checked
# with query-block-jobs. The operation can be stopped before it has completed
# using the block-job-cancel command.
#
# The node that receives the data is called the top image, can be located in
# any part of the chain (but always above the base image; see below) and can be
# specified using its device or node name. Earlier qemu versions only allowed
# 'device' to name the top level node; presence of the 'base-node' parameter
# during introspection can be used as a witness of the enhanced semantics
# of 'device'.
#
# If a base file is specified then sectors are not copied from that base file and
# its backing chain. When streaming completes the image file will have the base
# file as its backing file. This can be used to stream a subset of the backing
# file chain instead of flattening the entire image.
#
# On successful completion the image file is updated to drop the backing file
# and the BLOCK_JOB_COMPLETED event is emitted.
#
# @job-id: identifier for the newly-created block job. If
# omitted, the device name will be used. (Since 2.7)
#
# @device: the device or node name of the top image
#
# @base: the common backing file name.
# It cannot be set if @base-node is also set.
#
# @base-node: the node name of the backing file.
# It cannot be set if @base is also set. (Since 2.8)
#
# @backing-file: The backing file string to write into the top
# image. This filename is not validated.
#
# If a pathname string is such that it cannot be
# resolved by QEMU, that means that subsequent QMP or
# HMP commands must use node-names for the image in
# question, as filename lookup methods will fail.
#
# If not specified, QEMU will automatically determine
# the backing file string to use, or error out if there
# is no obvious choice. Care should be taken when
# specifying the string, to specify a valid filename or
# protocol.
# (Since 2.1)
#
# @speed: the maximum speed, in bytes per second
#
# @on-error: the action to take on an error (default report).
# 'stop' and 'enospc' can only be used if the block device
# supports io-status (see BlockInfo). Since 1.3.
#
# Returns: Nothing on success. If @device does not exist, DeviceNotFound.
#
# Since: 1.1
#
# Example:
#
# -> { "execute": "block-stream",
# "arguments": { "device": "virtio0",
# "base": "/tmp/master.qcow2" } }
# <- { "return": {} }
#
##
{ 'command': 'block-stream',
'data': { '*job-id': 'str', 'device': 'str', '*base': 'str',
'*base-node': 'str', '*backing-file': 'str', '*speed': 'int',
'*on-error': 'BlockdevOnError' } }
##
# @block-job-set-speed:
#
# Set maximum speed for a background block operation.
#
# This command can only be issued when there is an active block job.
#
# Throttling can be disabled by setting the speed to 0.
#
# @device: The job identifier. This used to be a device name (hence
# the name of the parameter), but since QEMU 2.7 it can have
# other values.
#
# @speed: the maximum speed, in bytes per second, or 0 for unlimited.
# Defaults to 0.
#
# Returns: Nothing on success
# If no background operation is active on this device, DeviceNotActive
#
# Since: 1.1
##
{ 'command': 'block-job-set-speed',
'data': { 'device': 'str', 'speed': 'int' } }
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# @block-job-cancel:
#
# Stop an active background block operation.
#
# This command returns immediately after marking the active background block
# operation for cancellation. It is an error to call this command if no
# operation is in progress.
#
# The operation will cancel as soon as possible and then emit the
# BLOCK_JOB_CANCELLED event. Before that happens the job is still visible when
# enumerated using query-block-jobs.
#
# Note that if you issue 'block-job-cancel' after 'drive-mirror' has indicated
# (via the event BLOCK_JOB_READY) that the source and destination are
# synchronized, then the event triggered by this command changes to
# BLOCK_JOB_COMPLETED, to indicate that the mirroring has ended and the
# destination now has a point-in-time copy tied to the time of the cancellation.
#
# For streaming, the image file retains its backing file unless the streaming
# operation happens to complete just as it is being cancelled. A new streaming
# operation can be started at a later time to finish copying all data from the
# backing file.
#
# @device: The job identifier. This used to be a device name (hence
# the name of the parameter), but since QEMU 2.7 it can have
# other values.
#
# @force: If true, and the job has already emitted the event BLOCK_JOB_READY,
# abandon the job immediately (even if it is paused) instead of waiting
# for the destination to complete its final synchronization (since 1.3)
#
# Returns: Nothing on success
# If no background operation is active on this device, DeviceNotActive
#
# Since: 1.1
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{ 'command': 'block-job-cancel', 'data': { 'device': 'str', '*force': 'bool' } }
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# @block-job-pause:
#
# Pause an active background block operation.
#
# This command returns immediately after marking the active background block
# operation for pausing. It is an error to call this command if no
# operation is in progress. Pausing an already paused job has no cumulative
# effect; a single block-job-resume command will resume the job.
#
# The operation will pause as soon as possible. No event is emitted when
# the operation is actually paused. Cancelling a paused job automatically
# resumes it.
#
# @device: The job identifier. This used to be a device name (hence
# the name of the parameter), but since QEMU 2.7 it can have
# other values.
#
# Returns: Nothing on success
# If no background operation is active on this device, DeviceNotActive
#
# Since: 1.3
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{ 'command': 'block-job-pause', 'data': { 'device': 'str' } }
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# @block-job-resume:
#
# Resume an active background block operation.
#
# This command returns immediately after resuming a paused background block
# operation. It is an error to call this command if no operation is in
# progress. Resuming an already running job is not an error.
#
# This command also clears the error status of the job.
#
# @device: The job identifier. This used to be a device name (hence
# the name of the parameter), but since QEMU 2.7 it can have
# other values.
#
# Returns: Nothing on success
# If no background operation is active on this device, DeviceNotActive
#
# Since: 1.3
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{ 'command': 'block-job-resume', 'data': { 'device': 'str' } }
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# @block-job-complete:
#
# Manually trigger completion of an active background block operation. This
# is supported for drive mirroring, where it also switches the device to
# write to the target path only. The ability to complete is signaled with
# a BLOCK_JOB_READY event.
#
# This command completes an active background block operation synchronously.
# The ordering of this command's return with the BLOCK_JOB_COMPLETED event
# is not defined. Note that if an I/O error occurs during the processing of
# this command: 1) the command itself will fail; 2) the error will be processed
# according to the rerror/werror arguments that were specified when starting
# the operation.
#
# A cancelled or paused job cannot be completed.
#
# @device: The job identifier. This used to be a device name (hence
# the name of the parameter), but since QEMU 2.7 it can have
# other values.
#
# Returns: Nothing on success
# If no background operation is active on this device, DeviceNotActive
#
# Since: 1.3
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{ 'command': 'block-job-complete', 'data': { 'device': 'str' } }
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# @block-job-dismiss:
#
# For jobs that have already concluded, remove them from the block-job-query
# list. This command only needs to be run for jobs which were started with
# QEMU 2.12+ job lifetime management semantics.
#
# This command will refuse to operate on any job that has not yet reached
# its terminal state, BLOCK_JOB_STATUS_CONCLUDED. For jobs that make use of
# BLOCK_JOB_READY event, block-job-cancel or block-job-complete will still need
# to be used as appropriate.
#
# @id: The job identifier.
#
# Returns: Nothing on success
#
# Since: 2.12
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{ 'command': 'block-job-dismiss', 'data': { 'id': 'str' } }
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# @block-job-finalize:
#
# Once a job that has manual=true reaches the pending state, it can be
# instructed to finalize any graph changes and do any necessary cleanup
# via this command.
# For jobs in a transaction, instructing one job to finalize will force
# ALL jobs in the transaction to finalize, so it is only necessary to instruct
# a single member job to finalize.
#
# @id: The job identifier.
#
# Returns: Nothing on success
#
# Since: 2.12
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{ 'command': 'block-job-finalize', 'data': { 'id': 'str' } }
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# @BlockdevDiscardOptions:
#
# Determines how to handle discard requests.
#
# @ignore: Ignore the request
# @unmap: Forward as an unmap request
#
# Since: 2.9
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{ 'enum': 'BlockdevDiscardOptions',
'data': [ 'ignore', 'unmap' ] }
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# @BlockdevDetectZeroesOptions:
#
# Describes the operation mode for the automatic conversion of plain
# zero writes by the OS to driver specific optimized zero write commands.
#
# @off: Disabled (default)
# @on: Enabled
# @unmap: Enabled and even try to unmap blocks if possible. This requires
# also that @BlockdevDiscardOptions is set to unmap for this device.
#
# Since: 2.1
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{ 'enum': 'BlockdevDetectZeroesOptions',
'data': [ 'off', 'on', 'unmap' ] }
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# @BlockdevAioOptions:
#
# Selects the AIO backend to handle I/O requests
#
# @threads: Use qemu's thread pool
# @native: Use native AIO backend (only Linux and Windows)
#
# Since: 2.9
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{ 'enum': 'BlockdevAioOptions',
'data': [ 'threads', 'native' ] }
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# @BlockdevCacheOptions:
#
# Includes cache-related options for block devices
#
# @direct: enables use of O_DIRECT (bypass the host page cache;
# default: false)
# @no-flush: ignore any flush requests for the device (default:
# false)
#
# Since: 2.9
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{ 'struct': 'BlockdevCacheOptions',
'data': { '*direct': 'bool',
'*no-flush': 'bool' } }
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# @BlockdevDriver:
#
# Drivers that are supported in block device operations.
#
# @vxhs: Since 2.10
# @throttle: Since 2.11
# @nvme: Since 2.12
#
# Since: 2.9
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{ 'enum': 'BlockdevDriver',
'data': [ 'blkdebug', 'blkverify', 'bochs', 'cloop',
'dmg', 'file', 'ftp', 'ftps', 'gluster', 'host_cdrom',
'host_device', 'http', 'https', 'iscsi', 'luks', 'nbd', 'nfs',
'null-aio', 'null-co', 'nvme', 'parallels', 'qcow', 'qcow2', 'qed',
'quorum', 'raw', 'rbd', 'replication', 'sheepdog', 'ssh',
'throttle', 'vdi', 'vhdx', 'vmdk', 'vpc', 'vvfat', 'vxhs' ] }
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# @BlockdevOptionsFile:
#
# Driver specific block device options for the file backend.
#
# @filename: path to the image file
# @pr-manager: the id for the object that will handle persistent reservations
# for this device (default: none, forward the commands via SG_IO;
# since 2.11)
# @aio: AIO backend (default: threads) (since: 2.8)
# @locking: whether to enable file locking. If set to 'auto', only enable
# when Open File Descriptor (OFD) locking API is available
# (default: auto, since 2.10)
#
# Since: 2.9
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{ 'struct': 'BlockdevOptionsFile',
'data': { 'filename': 'str',
'*pr-manager': 'str',
'*locking': 'OnOffAuto',
'*aio': 'BlockdevAioOptions' } }
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# @BlockdevOptionsNull:
#
# Driver specific block device options for the null backend.
#
# @size: size of the device in bytes.
# @latency-ns: emulated latency (in nanoseconds) in processing
# requests. Default to zero which completes requests immediately.
# (Since 2.4)
#
# Since: 2.9
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{ 'struct': 'BlockdevOptionsNull',
'data': { '*size': 'int', '*latency-ns': 'uint64' } }
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# @BlockdevOptionsNVMe:
#
# Driver specific block device options for the NVMe backend.
#
# @device: controller address of the NVMe device.
# @namespace: namespace number of the device, starting from 1.
#
# Since: 2.12
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{ 'struct': 'BlockdevOptionsNVMe',
'data': { 'device': 'str', 'namespace': 'int' } }
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