Re: libvirt_connect_get_machine_types

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Hi Michal,

There is an issue with keys generated in the function adding null to the end of each key, I have created an issue with a patch from Eric at LimeTech.

my testing.

$tmp = libvirt_connect_get_machine_types($lv->get_connection());
$key = "ppc\0" ;
var_dump(bin2hex(($key)) );
var_dump( $tmp[$key]) ;


On Mon, Dec 5, 2022 at 10:44 AM Simon Fairweather <simon.n.fairweather@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Thanks for your reply Michal, looks like it is a php array processing issue which I am looking into.

On Mon, Dec 5, 2022 at 9:51 AM Michal Prívozník <mprivozn@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On 12/4/22 18:18, Simon Fairweather wrote:
> Using the following
> php: version 8.1.13
> php-libvirt: version 0.5.6 (build 2)
> libvirt 8.7.0
> QEMU 7.1.0
> virsh capabilities works fine.

> Any known issues with php 8 for this function, others seem to be working
> fine.

Hey, I haven't tried php-8 yet. What is the problem you're seeing?
Looking into the source code, the only thing that
libvirt_connect_get_machine_types() does is it fetches capabilities
(libvirt_connect_get_capabilities()) and then runs couple of XPATHs to
construct an associative array of supported machine types. The same can
be achieved in plain PHP.


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