Re: Disk extend during migration

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> > so it took about 2 second to libvirt setBlockThreshold() call to return
> > and in meantime migration was finished and we get
> > VIR_ERR_OPERATION_INVALID error from setBlockThreshold() call.
> > 
> > What is the reason for this delay? Is this operation intentionally delayed
> > until migration finishes?
> Actually, qemuDomainSetBlockThreshold which is the backend for
> virDomainSetBlockThreshold requires a QEMU_JOB_MODIFY job on the domain,
> so this actually can't even be set _during_ migration.
> In fact what happens is that the API call is waiting to be able to
> obtain the MODIFY job and that can happen only after the migration is
> finished, thus it always serializes after the migration.

makes sense, thanks for clarification!

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