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# -*- Mode: Python -*-
#
# QAPI Schema
# QAPI common definitions
{ 'include': 'qapi/common.json' }
# QAPI crypto definitions
{ 'include': 'qapi/crypto.json' }
# QAPI block definitions
{ 'include': 'qapi/block.json' }
# QAPI event definitions
{ 'include': 'qapi/event.json' }
# Tracing commands
{ 'include': 'qapi/trace.json' }
# QAPI introspection
{ 'include': 'qapi/introspect.json' }
##
# @qmp_capabilities:
#
# Enable QMP capabilities.
#
# Arguments: None.
#
# Example:
#
# -> { "execute": "qmp_capabilities" }
# <- { "return": {} }
#
# Notes: This command is valid exactly when first connecting: it must be
# issued before any other command will be accepted, and will fail once the
# monitor is accepting other commands. (see qemu docs/qmp-spec.txt)
#
# Since: 0.13
#
##
{ 'command': 'qmp_capabilities' }
##
# @LostTickPolicy:
#
# Policy for handling lost ticks in timer devices.
#
# @discard: throw away the missed tick(s) and continue with future injection
# normally. Guest time may be delayed, unless the OS has explicit
# handling of lost ticks
#
# @delay: continue to deliver ticks at the normal rate. Guest time will be
# delayed due to the late tick
#
# @merge: merge the missed tick(s) into one tick and inject. Guest time
# may be delayed, depending on how the OS reacts to the merging
# of ticks
#
# @slew: deliver ticks at a higher rate to catch up with the missed tick. The
# guest time should not be delayed once catchup is complete.
#
# Since: 2.0
##
{ 'enum': 'LostTickPolicy',
'data': ['discard', 'delay', 'merge', 'slew' ] }
# @add_client
#
# Allow client connections for VNC, Spice and socket based
# character devices to be passed in to QEMU via SCM_RIGHTS.
#
# @protocol: protocol name. Valid names are "vnc", "spice" or the
# name of a character device (eg. from -chardev id=XXXX)
#
# @fdname: file descriptor name previously passed via 'getfd' command
#
# @skipauth: #optional whether to skip authentication. Only applies
# to "vnc" and "spice" protocols
#
# @tls: #optional whether to perform TLS. Only applies to the "spice"
# protocol
#
# Returns: nothing on success.
#
# Since: 0.14.0
##
{ 'command': 'add_client',
'data': { 'protocol': 'str', 'fdname': 'str', '*skipauth': 'bool',
'*tls': 'bool' } }
##
# @NameInfo:
#
# Guest name information.
#
# @name: #optional The name of the guest
#
# Since 0.14.0
##
{ 'struct': 'NameInfo', 'data': {'*name': 'str'} }
##
# @query-name:
#
# Return the name information of a guest.
#
# Returns: @NameInfo of the guest
#
# Since 0.14.0
##
{ 'command': 'query-name', 'returns': 'NameInfo' }
##
# @KvmInfo:
#
# Information about support for KVM acceleration
#
# @enabled: true if KVM acceleration is active
#
# @present: true if KVM acceleration is built into this executable
#
# Since: 0.14.0
##
{ 'struct': 'KvmInfo', 'data': {'enabled': 'bool', 'present': 'bool'} }
##
# @query-kvm:
#
# Returns information about KVM acceleration
#
# Returns: @KvmInfo
#
# Since: 0.14.0
##
{ 'command': 'query-kvm', 'returns': 'KvmInfo' }
##
# @RunState
#
# An enumeration of VM run states.
#
# @debug: QEMU is running on a debugger
#
# @finish-migrate: guest is paused to finish the migration process
#
# @inmigrate: guest is paused waiting for an incoming migration. Note
# that this state does not tell whether the machine will start at the
# end of the migration. This depends on the command-line -S option and
# any invocation of 'stop' or 'cont' that has happened since QEMU was
# started.
#
# @internal-error: An internal error that prevents further guest execution
# has occurred
#
# @io-error: the last IOP has failed and the device is configured to pause
# on I/O errors
#
# @paused: guest has been paused via the 'stop' command
#
# @postmigrate: guest is paused following a successful 'migrate'
#
# @prelaunch: QEMU was started with -S and guest has not started
#
# @restore-vm: guest is paused to restore VM state
#
# @running: guest is actively running
#
# @save-vm: guest is paused to save the VM state
#
# @shutdown: guest is shut down (and -no-shutdown is in use)
#
# @suspended: guest is suspended (ACPI S3)
#
# @watchdog: the watchdog action is configured to pause and has been triggered
#
# @guest-panicked: guest has been panicked as a result of guest OS panic
#
# @colo: guest is paused to save/restore VM state under colo checkpoint (since
# 2.8)
##
{ 'enum': 'RunState',
'data': [ 'debug', 'inmigrate', 'internal-error', 'io-error', 'paused',
'postmigrate', 'prelaunch', 'finish-migrate', 'restore-vm',
'running', 'save-vm', 'shutdown', 'suspended', 'watchdog',
'guest-panicked', 'colo' ] }
##
# @StatusInfo:
#
# Information about VCPU run state
#
# @running: true if all VCPUs are runnable, false if not runnable
#
# @singlestep: true if VCPUs are in single-step mode
#
# @status: the virtual machine @RunState
#
# Since: 0.14.0
#
# Notes: @singlestep is enabled through the GDB stub
##
{ 'struct': 'StatusInfo',
'data': {'running': 'bool', 'singlestep': 'bool', 'status': 'RunState'} }
##
# @query-status:
#
# Query the run status of all VCPUs
#
# Returns: @StatusInfo reflecting all VCPUs
#
# Since: 0.14.0
##
{ 'command': 'query-status', 'returns': 'StatusInfo' }
##
# @UuidInfo:
#
# Guest UUID information.
#
# @UUID: the UUID of the guest
#
# Since: 0.14.0
#
# Notes: If no UUID was specified for the guest, a null UUID is returned.
##
{ 'struct': 'UuidInfo', 'data': {'UUID': 'str'} }
##
# @query-uuid:
#
# Query the guest UUID information.
#
# Returns: The @UuidInfo for the guest
#
# Since 0.14.0
##
{ 'command': 'query-uuid', 'returns': 'UuidInfo' }
##
# @ChardevInfo:
#
# Information about a character device.
#
# @label: the label of the character device
#
# @filename: the filename of the character device
#
# @frontend-open: shows whether the frontend device attached to this backend
# (eg. with the chardev=... option) is in open or closed state
# (since 2.1)
#
# Notes: @filename is encoded using the QEMU command line character device
# encoding. See the QEMU man page for details.
#
# Since: 0.14.0
##
{ 'struct': 'ChardevInfo', 'data': {'label': 'str',
'filename': 'str',
'frontend-open': 'bool'} }
##
# @query-chardev:
#
# Returns information about current character devices.
#
# Returns: a list of @ChardevInfo
#
# Since: 0.14.0
##
{ 'command': 'query-chardev', 'returns': ['ChardevInfo'] }
##
# @ChardevBackendInfo:
#
# Information about a character device backend
#
# @name: The backend name
#
# Since: 2.0
##
{ 'struct': 'ChardevBackendInfo', 'data': {'name': 'str'} }
##
# @query-chardev-backends:
#
# Returns information about character device backends.
#
# Returns: a list of @ChardevBackendInfo
#
# Since: 2.0
##
{ 'command': 'query-chardev-backends', 'returns': ['ChardevBackendInfo'] }
##
# @DataFormat:
#
# An enumeration of data format.
#
# @utf8: Data is a UTF-8 string (RFC 3629)
#
# @base64: Data is Base64 encoded binary (RFC 3548)
#
# Since: 1.4
##
{ 'enum': 'DataFormat',
'data': [ 'utf8', 'base64' ] }
##
# @ringbuf-write:
#
# Write to a ring buffer character device.
#
# @device: the ring buffer character device name
#
# @data: data to write
#
# @format: #optional data encoding (default 'utf8').
# - base64: data must be base64 encoded text. Its binary
# decoding gets written.
# - utf8: data's UTF-8 encoding is written
# - data itself is always Unicode regardless of format, like
# any other string.
#
# Returns: Nothing on success
#
# Since: 1.4
##
{ 'command': 'ringbuf-write',
'data': {'device': 'str', 'data': 'str',
'*format': 'DataFormat'} }
##
# @ringbuf-read:
#
# Read from a ring buffer character device.
#
# @device: the ring buffer character device name
#
# @size: how many bytes to read at most
#
# @format: #optional data encoding (default 'utf8').
# - base64: the data read is returned in base64 encoding.
# - utf8: the data read is interpreted as UTF-8.
# Bug: can screw up when the buffer contains invalid UTF-8
# sequences, NUL characters, after the ring buffer lost
# data, and when reading stops because the size limit is
# reached.
# - The return value is always Unicode regardless of format,
# like any other string.
#
# Returns: data read from the device
#
# Since: 1.4
##
{ 'command': 'ringbuf-read',
'data': {'device': 'str', 'size': 'int', '*format': 'DataFormat'},
'returns': 'str' }
##
# @EventInfo:
#
# Information about a QMP event
#
# @name: The event name
#
# Since: 1.2.0
##
{ 'struct': 'EventInfo', 'data': {'name': 'str'} }
##
# @query-events:
#
# Return a list of supported QMP events by this server
#
# Returns: A list of @EventInfo for all supported events
#
# Since: 1.2.0
##
{ 'command': 'query-events', 'returns': ['EventInfo'] }
##
# @MigrationStats
#
# Detailed migration status.
#
# @transferred: amount of bytes already transferred to the target VM
#
# @remaining: amount of bytes remaining to be transferred to the target VM
#
# @total: total amount of bytes involved in the migration process
#
# @duplicate: number of duplicate (zero) pages (since 1.2)
#
# @skipped: number of skipped zero pages (since 1.5)
#
# @normal : number of normal pages (since 1.2)
#
# @normal-bytes: number of normal bytes sent (since 1.2)
#
# @dirty-pages-rate: number of pages dirtied by second by the
# guest (since 1.3)
#
# @mbps: throughput in megabits/sec. (since 1.6)
#
# @dirty-sync-count: number of times that dirty ram was synchronized (since 2.1)
#
# @postcopy-requests: The number of page requests received from the destination
# (since 2.7)
#
# Since: 0.14.0
##
{ 'struct': 'MigrationStats',
'data': {'transferred': 'int', 'remaining': 'int', 'total': 'int' ,
'duplicate': 'int', 'skipped': 'int', 'normal': 'int',
'normal-bytes': 'int', 'dirty-pages-rate' : 'int',
'mbps' : 'number', 'dirty-sync-count' : 'int',
'postcopy-requests' : 'int' } }
##
# @XBZRLECacheStats
#
# Detailed XBZRLE migration cache statistics
#
# @cache-size: XBZRLE cache size
#
# @bytes: amount of bytes already transferred to the target VM
#
# @pages: amount of pages transferred to the target VM
#
# @cache-miss: number of cache miss
#
# @cache-miss-rate: rate of cache miss (since 2.1)
#
# @overflow: number of overflows
#
# Since: 1.2
##
{ 'struct': 'XBZRLECacheStats',
'data': {'cache-size': 'int', 'bytes': 'int', 'pages': 'int',
'cache-miss': 'int', 'cache-miss-rate': 'number',
'overflow': 'int' } }
# @MigrationStatus:
#
# An enumeration of migration status.
#
# @none: no migration has ever happened.
#
# @setup: migration process has been initiated.
#
# @cancelling: in the process of cancelling migration.
#
# @cancelled: cancelling migration is finished.
#
# @active: in the process of doing migration.
#
# @postcopy-active: like active, but now in postcopy mode. (since 2.5)
#
# @completed: migration is finished.
#
# @failed: some error occurred during migration process.
#
# @colo: VM is in the process of fault tolerance. (since 2.8)
#
# Since: 2.3
#
##
{ 'enum': 'MigrationStatus',
'data': [ 'none', 'setup', 'cancelling', 'cancelled',
'active', 'postcopy-active', 'completed', 'failed', 'colo' ] }
##
# @MigrationInfo
#
# Information about current migration process.
#
# @status: #optional @MigrationStatus describing the current migration status.
# If this field is not returned, no migration process
# has been initiated
#
# @ram: #optional @MigrationStats containing detailed migration
# status, only returned if status is 'active' or
# 'completed'(since 1.2)
#
# @disk: #optional @MigrationStats containing detailed disk migration
# status, only returned if status is 'active' and it is a block
# migration
#
# @xbzrle-cache: #optional @XBZRLECacheStats containing detailed XBZRLE
# migration statistics, only returned if XBZRLE feature is on and
# status is 'active' or 'completed' (since 1.2)
#
# @total-time: #optional total amount of milliseconds since migration started.
# If migration has ended, it returns the total migration
# time. (since 1.2)
#
# @downtime: #optional only present when migration finishes correctly
# total downtime in milliseconds for the guest.
# (since 1.3)
#
# @expected-downtime: #optional only present while migration is active
# expected downtime in milliseconds for the guest in last walk
# of the dirty bitmap. (since 1.3)
#
# @setup-time: #optional amount of setup time in milliseconds _before_ the
# iterations begin but _after_ the QMP command is issued. This is designed
# to provide an accounting of any activities (such as RDMA pinning) which
# may be expensive, but do not actually occur during the iterative
# migration rounds themselves. (since 1.6)
#
# @cpu-throttle-percentage: #optional percentage of time guest cpus are being
# throttled during auto-converge. This is only present when auto-converge
# has started throttling guest cpus. (Since 2.7)
#
# @error-desc: #optional the human readable error description string, when
# @status is 'failed'. Clients should not attempt to parse the
# error strings. (Since 2.7)
#
# Since: 0.14.0
##
{ 'struct': 'MigrationInfo',
'data': {'*status': 'MigrationStatus', '*ram': 'MigrationStats',
'*disk': 'MigrationStats',
'*xbzrle-cache': 'XBZRLECacheStats',
'*total-time': 'int',
'*expected-downtime': 'int',
'*downtime': 'int',
'*setup-time': 'int',
'*cpu-throttle-percentage': 'int',
'*error-desc': 'str'} }
##
# @query-migrate
#
# Returns information about current migration process.
#
# Returns: @MigrationInfo
#
# Since: 0.14.0
##
{ 'command': 'query-migrate', 'returns': 'MigrationInfo' }
##
# @MigrationCapability
#
# Migration capabilities enumeration
#
# @xbzrle: Migration supports xbzrle (Xor Based Zero Run Length Encoding).
# This feature allows us to minimize migration traffic for certain work
# loads, by sending compressed difference of the pages
#
# @rdma-pin-all: Controls whether or not the entire VM memory footprint is
# mlock()'d on demand or all at once. Refer to docs/rdma.txt for usage.
# Disabled by default. (since 2.0)
#
# @zero-blocks: During storage migration encode blocks of zeroes efficiently. This
# essentially saves 1MB of zeroes per block on the wire. Enabling requires
# source and target VM to support this feature. To enable it is sufficient
# to enable the capability on the source VM. The feature is disabled by
# default. (since 1.6)
#
# @compress: Use multiple compression threads to accelerate live migration.
# This feature can help to reduce the migration traffic, by sending
# compressed pages. Please note that if compress and xbzrle are both
# on, compress only takes effect in the ram bulk stage, after that,
# it will be disabled and only xbzrle takes effect, this can help to
# minimize migration traffic. The feature is disabled by default.
# (since 2.4 )
#
# @events: generate events for each migration state change
# (since 2.4 )
#
# @auto-converge: If enabled, QEMU will automatically throttle down the guest
# to speed up convergence of RAM migration. (since 1.6)
#
# @postcopy-ram: Start executing on the migration target before all of RAM has
# been migrated, pulling the remaining pages along as needed. NOTE: If
# the migration fails during postcopy the VM will fail. (since 2.6)
#
# @x-colo: If enabled, migration will never end, and the state of the VM on the
# primary side will be migrated continuously to the VM on secondary
# side, this process is called COarse-Grain LOck Stepping (COLO) for
# Non-stop Service. (since 2.8)
#
# Since: 1.2
##
{ 'enum': 'MigrationCapability',
'data': ['xbzrle', 'rdma-pin-all', 'auto-converge', 'zero-blocks',
'compress', 'events', 'postcopy-ram', 'x-colo'] }
##
# @MigrationCapabilityStatus
#
# Migration capability information
#
# @capability: capability enum
#
# @state: capability state bool
#
# Since: 1.2
##
{ 'struct': 'MigrationCapabilityStatus',
'data': { 'capability' : 'MigrationCapability', 'state' : 'bool' } }
##
# @migrate-set-capabilities
#
# Enable/Disable the following migration capabilities (like xbzrle)
#
# @capabilities: json array of capability modifications to make
#
# Since: 1.2
##
{ 'command': 'migrate-set-capabilities',
'data': { 'capabilities': ['MigrationCapabilityStatus'] } }
##
# @query-migrate-capabilities
#
# Returns information about the current migration capabilities status
#
# Returns: @MigrationCapabilitiesStatus
#
# Since: 1.2
##
{ 'command': 'query-migrate-capabilities', 'returns': ['MigrationCapabilityStatus']}
# @MigrationParameter
#
# Migration parameters enumeration
#
# @compress-level: Set the compression level to be used in live migration,
# the compression level is an integer between 0 and 9, where 0 means
# no compression, 1 means the best compression speed, and 9 means best
# compression ratio which will consume more CPU.
#
# @compress-threads: Set compression thread count to be used in live migration,
# the compression thread count is an integer between 1 and 255.
#
# @decompress-threads: Set decompression thread count to be used in live
# migration, the decompression thread count is an integer between 1
# and 255. Usually, decompression is at least 4 times as fast as
# compression, so set the decompress-threads to the number about 1/4
# of compress-threads is adequate.
#
# @cpu-throttle-initial: Initial percentage of time guest cpus are throttled
# when migration auto-converge is activated. The
# default value is 20. (Since 2.7)
#
# @cpu-throttle-increment: throttle percentage increase each time
# auto-converge detects that migration is not making
# progress. The default value is 10. (Since 2.7)
#
# @tls-creds: ID of the 'tls-creds' object that provides credentials for
# establishing a TLS connection over the migration data channel.
# On the outgoing side of the migration, the credentials must
# be for a 'client' endpoint, while for the incoming side the
# credentials must be for a 'server' endpoint. Setting this
# will enable TLS for all migrations. The default is unset,
# resulting in unsecured migration at the QEMU level. (Since 2.7)
#
# @tls-hostname: hostname of the target host for the migration. This is
# required when using x509 based TLS credentials and the
# migration URI does not already include a hostname. For
# example if using fd: or exec: based migration, the
# hostname must be provided so that the server's x509
# certificate identity can be validated. (Since 2.7)
#
# @max-bandwidth: to set maximum speed for migration. maximum speed in
# bytes per second. (Since 2.8)
#
# @downtime-limit: set maximum tolerated downtime for migration. maximum
# downtime in milliseconds (Since 2.8)
#
# @x-checkpoint-delay: The delay time (in ms) between two COLO checkpoints in
# periodic mode. (Since 2.8)
#
# Since: 2.4
##
{ 'enum': 'MigrationParameter',
'data': ['compress-level', 'compress-threads', 'decompress-threads',
'cpu-throttle-initial', 'cpu-throttle-increment',
'tls-creds', 'tls-hostname', 'max-bandwidth',
'downtime-limit', 'x-checkpoint-delay' ] }
#
# @migrate-set-parameters
#
# Set various migration parameters. See MigrationParameters for details.
#
# @x-checkpoint-delay: the delay time between two checkpoints. (Since 2.8)
#
# Since: 2.4
##
{ 'command': 'migrate-set-parameters', 'boxed': true,
'data': 'MigrationParameters' }
#
# @MigrationParameters
#
# Optional members can be omitted on input ('migrate-set-parameters')
# but most members will always be present on output
# ('query-migrate-parameters'), with the exception of tls-creds and
# tls-hostname.
#
# @compress-level: #optional compression level
#
# @compress-threads: #optional compression thread count
#
# @decompress-threads: #optional decompression thread count
#
# @cpu-throttle-initial: #optional Initial percentage of time guest cpus are
# throttledwhen migration auto-converge is activated.
# The default value is 20. (Since 2.7)
#
# @cpu-throttle-increment: #optional throttle percentage increase each time
# auto-converge detects that migration is not making
# progress. The default value is 10. (Since 2.7)
#
# @tls-creds: #optional ID of the 'tls-creds' object that provides credentials
# for establishing a TLS connection over the migration data
# channel. On the outgoing side of the migration, the credentials
# must be for a 'client' endpoint, while for the incoming side the
# credentials must be for a 'server' endpoint. Setting this
# will enable TLS for all migrations. The default is unset,
# resulting in unsecured migration at the QEMU level. (Since 2.7)
#
# @tls-hostname: #optional hostname of the target host for the migration. This
# is required when using x509 based TLS credentials and the
# migration URI does not already include a hostname. For
# example if using fd: or exec: based migration, the
# hostname must be provided so that the server's x509
# certificate identity can be validated. (Since 2.7)
#
# @max-bandwidth: to set maximum speed for migration. maximum speed in
# bytes per second. (Since 2.8)
#
# @downtime-limit: set maximum tolerated downtime for migration. maximum
# downtime in milliseconds (Since 2.8)
#
# @x-checkpoint-delay: the delay time between two COLO checkpoints. (Since 2.8)
#
# Since: 2.4
##
{ 'struct': 'MigrationParameters',
'data': { '*compress-level': 'int',
'*compress-threads': 'int',
'*decompress-threads': 'int',
'*cpu-throttle-initial': 'int',
'*cpu-throttle-increment': 'int',
'*tls-creds': 'str',
'*tls-hostname': 'str',
'*max-bandwidth': 'int',
'*downtime-limit': 'int',
'*x-checkpoint-delay': 'int'} }
##
# @query-migrate-parameters
#
# Returns information about the current migration parameters
#
# Returns: @MigrationParameters
#
# Since: 2.4
##
{ 'command': 'query-migrate-parameters',
'returns': 'MigrationParameters' }
##
# @client_migrate_info
#
# Set migration information for remote display. This makes the server
# ask the client to automatically reconnect using the new parameters
# once migration finished successfully. Only implemented for SPICE.
#
# @protocol: must be "spice"
# @hostname: migration target hostname
# @port: #optional spice tcp port for plaintext channels
# @tls-port: #optional spice tcp port for tls-secured channels
# @cert-subject: #optional server certificate subject
#
# Since: 0.14.0
##
{ 'command': 'client_migrate_info',
'data': { 'protocol': 'str', 'hostname': 'str', '*port': 'int',
'*tls-port': 'int', '*cert-subject': 'str' } }
##
# @migrate-start-postcopy
#
# Followup to a migration command to switch the migration to postcopy mode.
# The postcopy-ram capability must be set before the original migration
# command.
#
# Since: 2.5
{ 'command': 'migrate-start-postcopy' }
##
# @COLOMessage
#
# The message transmission between Primary side and Secondary side.
#
# @checkpoint-ready: Secondary VM (SVM) is ready for checkpointing
#
# @checkpoint-request: Primary VM (PVM) tells SVM to prepare for checkpointing
#
# @checkpoint-reply: SVM gets PVM's checkpoint request
#
# @vmstate-send: VM's state will be sent by PVM.
#
# @vmstate-size: The total size of VMstate.
#
# @vmstate-received: VM's state has been received by SVM.
#
# @vmstate-loaded: VM's state has been loaded by SVM.
#
# Since: 2.8
##
{ 'enum': 'COLOMessage',
'data': [ 'checkpoint-ready', 'checkpoint-request', 'checkpoint-reply',
'vmstate-send', 'vmstate-size', 'vmstate-received',
'vmstate-loaded' ] }
##
# @COLOMode
#
# The colo mode
#
# @unknown: unknown mode
#
# @primary: master side
#
# @secondary: slave side
#
# Since: 2.8
##
{ 'enum': 'COLOMode',
'data': [ 'unknown', 'primary', 'secondary'] }
##
# @FailoverStatus
#
# An enumeration of COLO failover status
#
# @none: no failover has ever happened
#
# @require: got failover requirement but not handled
#
# @active: in the process of doing failover
#
# @completed: finish the process of failover
#
# Since: 2.8
##
{ 'enum': 'FailoverStatus',
'data': [ 'none', 'require', 'active', 'completed'] }
##
# @x-colo-lost-heartbeat
#
# Tell qemu that heartbeat is lost, request it to do takeover procedures.
# If this command is sent to the PVM, the Primary side will exit COLO mode.
# If sent to the Secondary, the Secondary side will run failover work,
# then takes over server operation to become the service VM.
#
# Since: 2.8
##
{ 'command': 'x-colo-lost-heartbeat' }
##
# @MouseInfo:
#
# Information about a mouse device.
#
# @name: the name of the mouse device
#
# @index: the index of the mouse device
#
# @current: true if this device is currently receiving mouse events
#
# @absolute: true if this device supports absolute coordinates as input
#
# Since: 0.14.0
##
{ 'struct': 'MouseInfo',
'data': {'name': 'str', 'index': 'int', 'current': 'bool',
'absolute': 'bool'} }
##
# @query-mice:
#
# Returns information about each active mouse device
#
# Returns: a list of @MouseInfo for each device
#
# Since: 0.14.0
##
{ 'command': 'query-mice', 'returns': ['MouseInfo'] }
##
# @CpuInfoArch:
#
# An enumeration of cpu types that enable additional information during
# @query-cpus.
#
# Since: 2.6
##
{ 'enum': 'CpuInfoArch',
'data': ['x86', 'sparc', 'ppc', 'mips', 'tricore', 'other' ] }
##
# @CpuInfo:
#
# Information about a virtual CPU
#
# @CPU: the index of the virtual CPU
#
# @current: this only exists for backwards compatibility and should be ignored
#
# @halted: true if the virtual CPU is in the halt state. Halt usually refers
# to a processor specific low power mode.
#
# @qom_path: path to the CPU object in the QOM tree (since 2.4)
#
# @thread_id: ID of the underlying host thread
#
# @arch: architecture of the cpu, which determines which additional fields
# will be listed (since 2.6)
#
# Since: 0.14.0
#
# Notes: @halted is a transient state that changes frequently. By the time the
# data is sent to the client, the guest may no longer be halted.
##
{ 'union': 'CpuInfo',
'base': {'CPU': 'int', 'current': 'bool', 'halted': 'bool',
'qom_path': 'str', 'thread_id': 'int', 'arch': 'CpuInfoArch' },
'discriminator': 'arch',
'data': { 'x86': 'CpuInfoX86',
'sparc': 'CpuInfoSPARC',
'ppc': 'CpuInfoPPC',
'mips': 'CpuInfoMIPS',
'tricore': 'CpuInfoTricore',
'other': 'CpuInfoOther' } }
##
# @CpuInfoX86:
#
# Additional information about a virtual i386 or x86_64 CPU
#
# @pc: the 64-bit instruction pointer
#
# Since 2.6
##
{ 'struct': 'CpuInfoX86', 'data': { 'pc': 'int' } }
##
# @CpuInfoSPARC:
#
# Additional information about a virtual SPARC CPU
#
# @pc: the PC component of the instruction pointer
#
# @npc: the NPC component of the instruction pointer
#
# Since 2.6
##
{ 'struct': 'CpuInfoSPARC', 'data': { 'pc': 'int', 'npc': 'int' } }
##
# @CpuInfoPPC:
#
# Additional information about a virtual PPC CPU
#
# @nip: the instruction pointer
#
# Since 2.6
##
{ 'struct': 'CpuInfoPPC', 'data': { 'nip': 'int' } }
##
# @CpuInfoMIPS:
#
# Additional information about a virtual MIPS CPU
#
# @PC: the instruction pointer
#
# Since 2.6
##
{ 'struct': 'CpuInfoMIPS', 'data': { 'PC': 'int' } }
##
# @CpuInfoTricore:
#
# Additional information about a virtual Tricore CPU
#
# @PC: the instruction pointer
#
# Since 2.6
##
{ 'struct': 'CpuInfoTricore', 'data': { 'PC': 'int' } }
##
# @CpuInfoOther:
#
# No additional information is available about the virtual CPU
#
# Since 2.6
#
##
{ 'struct': 'CpuInfoOther', 'data': { } }
##
# @query-cpus:
#
# Returns a list of information about each virtual CPU.
#
# Returns: a list of @CpuInfo for each virtual CPU
#
# Since: 0.14.0
##
{ 'command': 'query-cpus', 'returns': ['CpuInfo'] }
##
# @IOThreadInfo:
#
# Information about an iothread
#
# @id: the identifier of the iothread
#
# @thread-id: ID of the underlying host thread
#
# Since: 2.0
##
{ 'struct': 'IOThreadInfo',
'data': {'id': 'str', 'thread-id': 'int'} }
##
# @query-iothreads:
#
# Returns a list of information about each iothread.
#
# Note this list excludes the QEMU main loop thread, which is not declared
# using the -object iothread command-line option. It is always the main thread
# of the process.
#
# Returns: a list of @IOThreadInfo for each iothread
#
# Since: 2.0
##
{ 'command': 'query-iothreads', 'returns': ['IOThreadInfo'] }
##
# @NetworkAddressFamily
#
# The network address family
#
# @ipv4: IPV4 family
#
# @ipv6: IPV6 family
#
# @unix: unix socket
#
# @vsock: vsock family (since 2.8)
#
# @unknown: otherwise
#
# Since: 2.1
##
{ 'enum': 'NetworkAddressFamily',
'data': [ 'ipv4', 'ipv6', 'unix', 'vsock', 'unknown' ] }
##
# @VncBasicInfo
#
# The basic information for vnc network connection
#
# @host: IP address
#
# @service: The service name of the vnc port. This may depend on the host
# system's service database so symbolic names should not be relied
# on.
#
# @family: address family
#
# @websocket: true in case the socket is a websocket (since 2.3).
#
# Since: 2.1
##
{ 'struct': 'VncBasicInfo',
'data': { 'host': 'str',
'service': 'str',
'family': 'NetworkAddressFamily',
'websocket': 'bool' } }
##
# @VncServerInfo
#
# The network connection information for server
#
# @auth: #optional, authentication method
#
# Since: 2.1
##
{ 'struct': 'VncServerInfo',
'base': 'VncBasicInfo',
'data': { '*auth': 'str' } }
##
# @VncClientInfo:
#
# Information about a connected VNC client.
#
# @x509_dname: #optional If x509 authentication is in use, the Distinguished
# Name of the client.
#
# @sasl_username: #optional If SASL authentication is in use, the SASL username
# used for authentication.
#
# Since: 0.14.0
##
{ 'struct': 'VncClientInfo',
'base': 'VncBasicInfo',
'data': { '*x509_dname': 'str', '*sasl_username': 'str' } }
##
# @VncInfo:
#
# Information about the VNC session.
#
# @enabled: true if the VNC server is enabled, false otherwise
#
# @host: #optional The hostname the VNC server is bound to. This depends on
# the name resolution on the host and may be an IP address.
#
# @family: #optional 'ipv6' if the host is listening for IPv6 connections
# 'ipv4' if the host is listening for IPv4 connections
# 'unix' if the host is listening on a unix domain socket
# 'unknown' otherwise
#
# @service: #optional The service name of the server's port. This may depends
# on the host system's service database so symbolic names should not
# be relied on.
#
# @auth: #optional the current authentication type used by the server
# 'none' if no authentication is being used
# 'vnc' if VNC authentication is being used
# 'vencrypt+plain' if VEncrypt is used with plain text authentication
# 'vencrypt+tls+none' if VEncrypt is used with TLS and no authentication
# 'vencrypt+tls+vnc' if VEncrypt is used with TLS and VNC authentication
# 'vencrypt+tls+plain' if VEncrypt is used with TLS and plain text auth
# 'vencrypt+x509+none' if VEncrypt is used with x509 and no auth
# 'vencrypt+x509+vnc' if VEncrypt is used with x509 and VNC auth
# 'vencrypt+x509+plain' if VEncrypt is used with x509 and plain text auth
# 'vencrypt+tls+sasl' if VEncrypt is used with TLS and SASL auth
# 'vencrypt+x509+sasl' if VEncrypt is used with x509 and SASL auth
#
# @clients: a list of @VncClientInfo of all currently connected clients
#
# Since: 0.14.0
##
{ 'struct': 'VncInfo',
'data': {'enabled': 'bool', '*host': 'str',
'*family': 'NetworkAddressFamily',
'*service': 'str', '*auth': 'str', '*clients': ['VncClientInfo']} }
##
# @VncPriAuth:
#
# vnc primary authentication method.
#
# Since: 2.3
##
{ 'enum': 'VncPrimaryAuth',
'data': [ 'none', 'vnc', 'ra2', 'ra2ne', 'tight', 'ultra',
'tls', 'vencrypt', 'sasl' ] }
##
# @VncVencryptSubAuth:
#
# vnc sub authentication method with vencrypt.
#
# Since: 2.3
##
{ 'enum': 'VncVencryptSubAuth',
'data': [ 'plain',
'tls-none', 'x509-none',
'tls-vnc', 'x509-vnc',
'tls-plain', 'x509-plain',
'tls-sasl', 'x509-sasl' ] }
##
# @VncInfo2:
#
# Information about a vnc server
#
# @id: vnc server name.
#
# @server: A list of @VncBasincInfo describing all listening sockets.
# The list can be empty (in case the vnc server is disabled).
# It also may have multiple entries: normal + websocket,
# possibly also ipv4 + ipv6 in the future.
#
# @clients: A list of @VncClientInfo of all currently connected clients.
# The list can be empty, for obvious reasons.
#
# @auth: The current authentication type used by the server
#
# @vencrypt: #optional The vencrypt sub authentication type used by the server,
# only specified in case auth == vencrypt.
#
# @display: #optional The display device the vnc server is linked to.
#
# Since: 2.3
##
{ 'struct': 'VncInfo2',
'data': { 'id' : 'str',
'server' : ['VncBasicInfo'],
'clients' : ['VncClientInfo'],
'auth' : 'VncPrimaryAuth',
'*vencrypt' : 'VncVencryptSubAuth',
'*display' : 'str' } }
##
# @query-vnc:
#
# Returns information about the current VNC server
#
# Returns: @VncInfo
#
# Since: 0.14.0
##
{ 'command': 'query-vnc', 'returns': 'VncInfo' }
##
# @query-vnc-servers:
#
# Returns a list of vnc servers. The list can be empty.
#
# Returns: a list of @VncInfo2
#
# Since: 2.3
##
{ 'command': 'query-vnc-servers', 'returns': ['VncInfo2'] }
##
# @SpiceBasicInfo
#
# The basic information for SPICE network connection
#
# @host: IP address
#
# @port: port number
#
# @family: address family
#
# Since: 2.1
##
{ 'struct': 'SpiceBasicInfo',
'data': { 'host': 'str',
'port': 'str',
'family': 'NetworkAddressFamily' } }
##
# @SpiceServerInfo
#
# Information about a SPICE server
#
# @auth: #optional, authentication method
#
# Since: 2.1
##
{ 'struct': 'SpiceServerInfo',
'base': 'SpiceBasicInfo',
'data': { '*auth': 'str' } }
##
# @SpiceChannel
#
# Information about a SPICE client channel.
#
# @connection-id: SPICE connection id number. All channels with the same id
# belong to the same SPICE session.
#
# @channel-type: SPICE channel type number. "1" is the main control
# channel, filter for this one if you want to track spice
# sessions only
#
# @channel-id: SPICE channel ID number. Usually "0", might be different when
# multiple channels of the same type exist, such as multiple
# display channels in a multihead setup
#
# @tls: true if the channel is encrypted, false otherwise.
#
# Since: 0.14.0
##
{ 'struct': 'SpiceChannel',
'base': 'SpiceBasicInfo',
'data': {'connection-id': 'int', 'channel-type': 'int', 'channel-id': 'int',
'tls': 'bool'} }
##
# @SpiceQueryMouseMode
#
# An enumeration of Spice mouse states.
#
# @client: Mouse cursor position is determined by the client.
#
# @server: Mouse cursor position is determined by the server.
#
# @unknown: No information is available about mouse mode used by
# the spice server.
#
# Note: spice/enums.h has a SpiceMouseMode already, hence the name.
#
# Since: 1.1
##
{ 'enum': 'SpiceQueryMouseMode',
'data': [ 'client', 'server', 'unknown' ] }
##
# @SpiceInfo
#
# Information about the SPICE session.
#
# @enabled: true if the SPICE server is enabled, false otherwise
#
# @migrated: true if the last guest migration completed and spice
# migration had completed as well. false otherwise.
#
# @host: #optional The hostname the SPICE server is bound to. This depends on
# the name resolution on the host and may be an IP address.
#
# @port: #optional The SPICE server's port number.
#
# @compiled-version: #optional SPICE server version.
#
# @tls-port: #optional The SPICE server's TLS port number.
#
# @auth: #optional the current authentication type used by the server
# 'none' if no authentication is being used
# 'spice' uses SASL or direct TLS authentication, depending on command
# line options
#
# @mouse-mode: The mode in which the mouse cursor is displayed currently. Can
# be determined by the client or the server, or unknown if spice
# server doesn't provide this information.
#
# Since: 1.1
#
# @channels: a list of @SpiceChannel for each active spice channel
#
# Since: 0.14.0
##
{ 'struct': 'SpiceInfo',
'data': {'enabled': 'bool', 'migrated': 'bool', '*host': 'str', '*port': 'int',
'*tls-port': 'int', '*auth': 'str', '*compiled-version': 'str',
'mouse-mode': 'SpiceQueryMouseMode', '*channels': ['SpiceChannel']} }
##
# @query-spice
#
# Returns information about the current SPICE server
#
# Returns: @SpiceInfo
#
# Since: 0.14.0
##
{ 'command': 'query-spice', 'returns': 'SpiceInfo' }
##
# @BalloonInfo:
#
# Information about the guest balloon device.
#
# @actual: the number of bytes the balloon currently contains
#
# Since: 0.14.0
#
##
{ 'struct': 'BalloonInfo', 'data': {'actual': 'int' } }
##
# @query-balloon:
#
# Return information about the balloon device.
#
# Returns: @BalloonInfo on success
# If the balloon driver is enabled but not functional because the KVM
# kernel module cannot support it, KvmMissingCap
# If no balloon device is present, DeviceNotActive
#
# Since: 0.14.0
##
{ 'command': 'query-balloon', 'returns': 'BalloonInfo' }
##
# @PciMemoryRange:
#
# A PCI device memory region
#
# @base: the starting address (guest physical)
#
# @limit: the ending address (guest physical)
#
# Since: 0.14.0
##
{ 'struct': 'PciMemoryRange', 'data': {'base': 'int', 'limit': 'int'} }
##
# @PciMemoryRegion
#
# Information about a PCI device I/O region.
#
# @bar: the index of the Base Address Register for this region
#
# @type: 'io' if the region is a PIO region
# 'memory' if the region is a MMIO region
#
# @prefetch: #optional if @type is 'memory', true if the memory is prefetchable
#
# @mem_type_64: #optional if @type is 'memory', true if the BAR is 64-bit
#
# Since: 0.14.0
##
{ 'struct': 'PciMemoryRegion',
'data': {'bar': 'int', 'type': 'str', 'address': 'int', 'size': 'int',
'*prefetch': 'bool', '*mem_type_64': 'bool' } }
##
# @PciBusInfo:
#
# Information about a bus of a PCI Bridge device
#
# @number: primary bus interface number. This should be the number of the
# bus the device resides on.
#
# @secondary: secondary bus interface number. This is the number of the
# main bus for the bridge
#
# @subordinate: This is the highest number bus that resides below the
# bridge.
#
# @io_range: The PIO range for all devices on this bridge
#
# @memory_range: The MMIO range for all devices on this bridge
#
# @prefetchable_range: The range of prefetchable MMIO for all devices on
# this bridge
#
# Since: 2.4
##
{ 'struct': 'PciBusInfo',
'data': {'number': 'int', 'secondary': 'int', 'subordinate': 'int',
'io_range': 'PciMemoryRange',
'memory_range': 'PciMemoryRange',
'prefetchable_range': 'PciMemoryRange' } }
##
# @PciBridgeInfo:
#
# Information about a PCI Bridge device
#
# @bus: information about the bus the device resides on
#
# @devices: a list of @PciDeviceInfo for each device on this bridge
#
# Since: 0.14.0
##
{ 'struct': 'PciBridgeInfo',
'data': {'bus': 'PciBusInfo', '*devices': ['PciDeviceInfo']} }
##
# @PciDeviceClass:
#
# Information about the Class of a PCI device
#
# @desc: #optional a string description of the device's class
#
# @class: the class code of the device
#
# Since: 2.4
##
{ 'struct': 'PciDeviceClass',
'data': {'*desc': 'str', 'class': 'int'} }
##
# @PciDeviceId:
#
# Information about the Id of a PCI device
#
# @device: the PCI device id
#
# @vendor: the PCI vendor id
#
# Since: 2.4
##
{ 'struct': 'PciDeviceId',
'data': {'device': 'int', 'vendor': 'int'} }
##
# @PciDeviceInfo:
#
# Information about a PCI device
#
# @bus: the bus number of the device
#
# @slot: the slot the device is located in
#
# @function: the function of the slot used by the device
#
# @class_info: the class of the device
#
# @id: the PCI device id
#
# @irq: #optional if an IRQ is assigned to the device, the IRQ number
#
# @qdev_id: the device name of the PCI device
#
# @pci_bridge: if the device is a PCI bridge, the bridge information
#
# @regions: a list of the PCI I/O regions associated with the device
#
# Notes: the contents of @class_info.desc are not stable and should only be
# treated as informational.
#
# Since: 0.14.0
##
{ 'struct': 'PciDeviceInfo',
'data': {'bus': 'int', 'slot': 'int', 'function': 'int',
'class_info': 'PciDeviceClass', 'id': 'PciDeviceId',
'*irq': 'int', 'qdev_id': 'str', '*pci_bridge': 'PciBridgeInfo',
'regions': ['PciMemoryRegion']} }
##
# @PciInfo:
#
# Information about a PCI bus
#
# @bus: the bus index
#
# @devices: a list of devices on this bus
#
# Since: 0.14.0
##
{ 'struct': 'PciInfo', 'data': {'bus': 'int', 'devices': ['PciDeviceInfo']} }
##
# @query-pci:
#
# Return information about the PCI bus topology of the guest.
#
# Returns: a list of @PciInfo for each PCI bus
#
# Since: 0.14.0
##
{ 'command': 'query-pci', 'returns': ['PciInfo'] }
##
# @quit:
#
# This command will cause the QEMU process to exit gracefully. While every
# attempt is made to send the QMP response before terminating, this is not
# guaranteed. When using this interface, a premature EOF would not be
# unexpected.
#
# Since: 0.14.0
##
{ 'command': 'quit' }
##
# @stop:
#
# Stop all guest VCPU execution.
#
# Since: 0.14.0
#
# Notes: This function will succeed even if the guest is already in the stopped
# state. In "inmigrate" state, it will ensure that the guest
# remains paused once migration finishes, as if the -S option was
# passed on the command line.
##
{ 'command': 'stop' }
##
# @system_reset:
#
# Performs a hard reset of a guest.
#
# Since: 0.14.0
##
{ 'command': 'system_reset' }
##
# @system_powerdown:
#
# Requests that a guest perform a powerdown operation.
#
# Since: 0.14.0
#
# Notes: A guest may or may not respond to this command. This command
# returning does not indicate that a guest has accepted the request or
# that it has shut down. Many guests will respond to this command by
# prompting the user in some way.
##
{ 'command': 'system_powerdown' }
##
# @cpu:
#
# This command is a nop that is only provided for the purposes of compatibility.
#
# Since: 0.14.0
#
# Notes: Do not use this command.
##
{ 'command': 'cpu', 'data': {'index': 'int'} }
##
# @cpu-add
#
# Adds CPU with specified ID
#
# @id: ID of CPU to be created, valid values [0..max_cpus)
#
# Returns: Nothing on success
#
# Since 1.5
##
{ 'command': 'cpu-add', 'data': {'id': 'int'} }
##
# @memsave:
#
# Save a portion of guest memory to a file.
#
# @val: the virtual address of the guest to start from
#
# @size: the size of memory region to save
#
# @filename: the file to save the memory to as binary data
#
# @cpu-index: #optional the index of the virtual CPU to use for translating the
# virtual address (defaults to CPU 0)
#
# Returns: Nothing on success
#
# Since: 0.14.0
#
# Notes: Errors were not reliably returned until 1.1
##
{ 'command': 'memsave',
'data': {'val': 'int', 'size': 'int', 'filename': 'str', '*cpu-index': 'int'} }
##
# @pmemsave:
#
# Save a portion of guest physical memory to a file.
#
# @val: the physical address of the guest to start from
#
# @size: the size of memory region to save
#
# @filename: the file to save the memory to as binary data
#
# Returns: Nothing on success
#
# Since: 0.14.0
#
# Notes: Errors were not reliably returned until 1.1
##
{ 'command': 'pmemsave',
'data': {'val': 'int', 'size': 'int', 'filename': 'str'} }
##
# @cont:
#
# Resume guest VCPU execution.
#
# Since: 0.14.0
#
# Returns: If successful, nothing
# If QEMU was started with an encrypted block device and a key has
# not yet been set, DeviceEncrypted.
#
# Notes: This command will succeed if the guest is currently running. It
# will also succeed if the guest is in the "inmigrate" state; in
# this case, the effect of the command is to make sure the guest
# starts once migration finishes, removing the effect of the -S
# command line option if it was passed.
##
{ 'command': 'cont' }
##
# @system_wakeup:
#
# Wakeup guest from suspend. Does nothing in case the guest isn't suspended.
#
# Since: 1.1
#
# Returns: nothing.
##
{ 'command': 'system_wakeup' }
##
# @inject-nmi:
#
# Injects a Non-Maskable Interrupt into the default CPU (x86/s390) or all CPUs (ppc64).
#
# Returns: If successful, nothing
#
# Since: 0.14.0
#
# Note: prior to 2.1, this command was only supported for x86 and s390 VMs
##
{ 'command': 'inject-nmi' }
##
# @set_link:
#
# Sets the link status of a virtual network adapter.
#
# @name: the device name of the virtual network adapter
#
# @up: true to set the link status to be up
#
# Returns: Nothing on success
# If @name is not a valid network device, DeviceNotFound
#
# Since: 0.14.0
#
# Notes: Not all network adapters support setting link status. This command
# will succeed even if the network adapter does not support link status
# notification.
##
{ 'command': 'set_link', 'data': {'name': 'str', 'up': 'bool'} }
##
# @balloon:
#
# Request the balloon driver to change its balloon size.
#
# @value: the target size of the balloon in bytes
#
# Returns: Nothing on success
# If the balloon driver is enabled but not functional because the KVM
# kernel module cannot support it, KvmMissingCap
# If no balloon device is present, DeviceNotActive
#
# Notes: This command just issues a request to the guest. When it returns,
# the balloon size may not have changed. A guest can change the balloon
# size independent of this command.
#
# Since: 0.14.0
##
{ 'command': 'balloon', 'data': {'value': 'int'} }
##
# @Abort
#
# This action can be used to test transaction failure.
#
# Since: 1.6
###
{ 'struct': 'Abort',
'data': { } }
##
# @ActionCompletionMode
#
# An enumeration of Transactional completion modes.
#
# @individual: Do not attempt to cancel any other Actions if any Actions fail
# after the Transaction request succeeds. All Actions that
# can complete successfully will do so without waiting on others.
# This is the default.
#
# @grouped: If any Action fails after the Transaction succeeds, cancel all
# Actions. Actions do not complete until all Actions are ready to
# complete. May be rejected by Actions that do not support this
# completion mode.
#
# Since: 2.5
##
{ 'enum': 'ActionCompletionMode',
'data': [ 'individual', 'grouped' ] }
##
# @TransactionAction
#
# A discriminated record of operations that can be performed with
# @transaction.
#
# Since 1.1
#
# drive-backup since 1.6
# abort since 1.6
# blockdev-snapshot-internal-sync since 1.7
# blockdev-backup since 2.3
# blockdev-snapshot since 2.5
# block-dirty-bitmap-add since 2.5
# block-dirty-bitmap-clear since 2.5
##
{ 'union': 'TransactionAction',
'data': {
'blockdev-snapshot': 'BlockdevSnapshot',
'blockdev-snapshot-sync': 'BlockdevSnapshotSync',
'drive-backup': 'DriveBackup',
'blockdev-backup': 'BlockdevBackup',
'abort': 'Abort',
'blockdev-snapshot-internal-sync': 'BlockdevSnapshotInternal',
'block-dirty-bitmap-add': 'BlockDirtyBitmapAdd',
'block-dirty-bitmap-clear': 'BlockDirtyBitmap'
} }
##
# @TransactionProperties
#
# Optional arguments to modify the behavior of a Transaction.
#
# @completion-mode: #optional Controls how jobs launched asynchronously by
# Actions will complete or fail as a group.
# See @ActionCompletionMode for details.
#
# Since: 2.5
##
{ 'struct': 'TransactionProperties',
'data': {
'*completion-mode': 'ActionCompletionMode'
}
}
##
# @transaction
#
# Executes a number of transactionable QMP commands atomically. If any
# operation fails, then the entire set of actions will be abandoned and the
# appropriate error returned.
#
# @actions: List of @TransactionAction;
# information needed for the respective operations.
#
# @properties: #optional structure of additional options to control the
# execution of the transaction. See @TransactionProperties
# for additional detail.
#
# Returns: nothing on success
# Errors depend on the operations of the transaction
#
# Note: The transaction aborts on the first failure. Therefore, there will be
# information on only one failed operation returned in an error condition, and
# subsequent actions will not have been attempted.
#
# Since 1.1
##
{ 'command': 'transaction',
'data': { 'actions': [ 'TransactionAction' ],
'*properties': 'TransactionProperties'
}
}
##
# @human-monitor-command:
#
# Execute a command on the human monitor and return the output.
#
# @command-line: the command to execute in the human monitor
#
# @cpu-index: #optional The CPU to use for commands that require an implicit CPU
#
# Returns: the output of the command as a string
#
# Since: 0.14.0
#
# Notes: This command only exists as a stop-gap. Its use is highly
# discouraged. The semantics of this command are not guaranteed.
#
# Known limitations:
#
# o This command is stateless, this means that commands that depend
# on state information (such as getfd) might not work
#
# o Commands that prompt the user for data (eg. 'cont' when the block
# device is encrypted) don't currently work
##
{ 'command': 'human-monitor-command',
'data': {'command-line': 'str', '*cpu-index': 'int'},
'returns': 'str' }
##
# @migrate_cancel
#
# Cancel the current executing migration process.
#
# Returns: nothing on success
#
# Notes: This command succeeds even if there is no migration process running.
#
# Since: 0.14.0
##
{ 'command': 'migrate_cancel' }
##
# @migrate_set_downtime
#
# Set maximum tolerated downtime for migration.
#
# @value: maximum downtime in seconds
#
# Returns: nothing on success
#
# Notes: This command is deprecated in favor of 'migrate-set-parameters'
#
# Since: 0.14.0
##
{ 'command': 'migrate_set_downtime', 'data': {'value': 'number'} }
##
# @migrate_set_speed
#
# Set maximum speed for migration.
#
# @value: maximum speed in bytes.
#
# Returns: nothing on success
#
# Notes: This command is deprecated in favor of 'migrate-set-parameters'
#
# Since: 0.14.0
##
{ 'command': 'migrate_set_speed', 'data': {'value': 'int'} }
##
# @migrate-set-cache-size
#
# Set XBZRLE cache size
#
# @value: cache size in bytes
#
# The size will be rounded down to the nearest power of 2.
# The cache size can be modified before and during ongoing migration
#
# Returns: nothing on success
#
# Since: 1.2
##
{ 'command': 'migrate-set-cache-size', 'data': {'value': 'int'} }
##
# @query-migrate-cache-size
#
# query XBZRLE cache size
#
# Returns: XBZRLE cache size in bytes
#
# Since: 1.2
##
{ 'command': 'query-migrate-cache-size', 'returns': 'int' }
##
# @ObjectPropertyInfo:
#
# @name: the name of the property
#
# @type: the type of the property. This will typically come in one of four
# forms:
#
# 1) A primitive type such as 'u8', 'u16', 'bool', 'str', or 'double'.
# These types are mapped to the appropriate JSON type.
#
# 2) A child type in the form 'child<subtype>' where subtype is a qdev
# device type name. Child properties create the composition tree.
#
# 3) A link type in the form 'link<subtype>' where subtype is a qdev
# device type name. Link properties form the device model graph.
#
# Since: 1.2
##
{ 'struct': 'ObjectPropertyInfo',
'data': { 'name': 'str', 'type': 'str' } }
##
# @qom-list:
#
# This command will list any properties of a object given a path in the object
# model.
#
# @path: the path within the object model. See @qom-get for a description of
# this parameter.
#
# Returns: a list of @ObjectPropertyInfo that describe the properties of the
# object.
#
# Since: 1.2
##
{ 'command': 'qom-list',
'data': { 'path': 'str' },
'returns': [ 'ObjectPropertyInfo' ] }
##
# @qom-get:
#
# This command will get a property from a object model path and return the
# value.
#
# @path: The path within the object model. There are two forms of supported
# paths--absolute and partial paths.
#
# Absolute paths are derived from the root object and can follow child<>
# or link<> properties. Since they can follow link<> properties, they
# can be arbitrarily long. Absolute paths look like absolute filenames
# and are prefixed with a leading slash.
#
# Partial paths look like relative filenames. They do not begin
# with a prefix. The matching rules for partial paths are subtle but
# designed to make specifying objects easy. At each level of the
# composition tree, the partial path is matched as an absolute path.
# The first match is not returned. At least two matches are searched
# for. A successful result is only returned if only one match is
# found. If more than one match is found, a flag is return to
# indicate that the match was ambiguous.
#
# @property: The property name to read
#
# Returns: The property value. The type depends on the property
# type. child<> and link<> properties are returned as #str
# pathnames. All integer property types (u8, u16, etc) are
# returned as #int.
#
# Since: 1.2
##
{ 'command': 'qom-get',
'data': { 'path': 'str', 'property': 'str' },
'returns': 'any' }
##
# @qom-set:
#
# This command will set a property from a object model path.
#
# @path: see @qom-get for a description of this parameter
#
# @property: the property name to set
#
# @value: a value who's type is appropriate for the property type. See @qom-get
# for a description of type mapping.
#
# Since: 1.2
##
{ 'command': 'qom-set',
'data': { 'path': 'str', 'property': 'str', 'value': 'any' } }
##
# @set_password:
#
# Sets the password of a remote display session.
#
# @protocol: `vnc' to modify the VNC server password
# `spice' to modify the Spice server password
#
# @password: the new password
#
# @connected: #optional how to handle existing clients when changing the
# password. If nothing is specified, defaults to `keep'
# `fail' to fail the command if clients are connected
# `disconnect' to disconnect existing clients
# `keep' to maintain existing clients
#
# Returns: Nothing on success
# If Spice is not enabled, DeviceNotFound
#
# Since: 0.14.0
##
{ 'command': 'set_password',
'data': {'protocol': 'str', 'password': 'str', '*connected': 'str'} }
##
# @expire_password:
#
# Expire the password of a remote display server.
#
# @protocol: the name of the remote display protocol `vnc' or `spice'
#
# @time: when to expire the password.
# `now' to expire the password immediately
# `never' to cancel password expiration
# `+INT' where INT is the number of seconds from now (integer)
# `INT' where INT is the absolute time in seconds
#
# Returns: Nothing on success
# If @protocol is `spice' and Spice is not active, DeviceNotFound
#
# Since: 0.14.0
#
# Notes: Time is relative to the server and currently there is no way to
# coordinate server time with client time. It is not recommended to
# use the absolute time version of the @time parameter unless you're
# sure you are on the same machine as the QEMU instance.
##
{ 'command': 'expire_password', 'data': {'protocol': 'str', 'time': 'str'} }
##
# @change-vnc-password:
#
# Change the VNC server password.
#
# @password: the new password to use with VNC authentication
#
# Since: 1.1
#
# Notes: An empty password in this command will set the password to the empty
# string. Existing clients are unaffected by executing this command.
##
{ 'command': 'change-vnc-password', 'data': {'password': 'str'} }
##
# @change:
#
# This command is multiple commands multiplexed together.
#
# @device: This is normally the name of a block device but it may also be 'vnc'.
# when it's 'vnc', then sub command depends on @target
#
# @target: If @device is a block device, then this is the new filename.
# If @device is 'vnc', then if the value 'password' selects the vnc
# change password command. Otherwise, this specifies a new server URI
# address to listen to for VNC connections.
#
# @arg: If @device is a block device, then this is an optional format to open
# the device with.
# If @device is 'vnc' and @target is 'password', this is the new VNC
# password to set. If this argument is an empty string, then no future
# logins will be allowed.
#
# Returns: Nothing on success.
# If @device is not a valid block device, DeviceNotFound
# If the new block device is encrypted, DeviceEncrypted. Note that
# if this error is returned, the device has been opened successfully
# and an additional call to @block_passwd is required to set the
# device's password. The behavior of reads and writes to the block
# device between when these calls are executed is undefined.
#
# Notes: This interface is deprecated, and it is strongly recommended that you
# avoid using it. For changing block devices, use
# blockdev-change-medium; for changing VNC parameters, use
# change-vnc-password.
#
# Since: 0.14.0
##
{ 'command': 'change',
'data': {'device': 'str', 'target': 'str', '*arg': 'str'} }
##
# @ObjectTypeInfo:
#
# This structure describes a search result from @qom-list-types
#
# @name: the type name found in the search
#
# Since: 1.1
#
# Notes: This command is experimental and may change syntax in future releases.
##
{ 'struct': 'ObjectTypeInfo',
'data': { 'name': 'str' } }
##
# @qom-list-types:
#
# This command will return a list of types given search parameters
#
# @implements: if specified, only return types that implement this type name
#
# @abstract: if true, include abstract types in the results
#
# Returns: a list of @ObjectTypeInfo or an empty list if no results are found
#
# Since: 1.1
##
{ 'command': 'qom-list-types',
'data': { '*implements': 'str', '*abstract': 'bool' },
'returns': [ 'ObjectTypeInfo' ] }
##
# @DevicePropertyInfo:
#
# Information about device properties.
#
# @name: the name of the property
# @type: the typename of the property
# @description: #optional if specified, the description of the property.
# (since 2.2)
#
# Since: 1.2
##
{ 'struct': 'DevicePropertyInfo',
'data': { 'name': 'str', 'type': 'str', '*description': 'str' } }
##
# @device-list-properties:
#
# List properties associated with a device.
#
# @typename: the type name of a device
#
# Returns: a list of DevicePropertyInfo describing a devices properties
#
# Since: 1.2
##
{ 'command': 'device-list-properties',
'data': { 'typename': 'str'},
'returns': [ 'DevicePropertyInfo' ] }
##
# @migrate
#
# Migrates the current running guest to another Virtual Machine.
#
# @uri: the Uniform Resource Identifier of the destination VM
#
# @blk: #optional do block migration (full disk copy)
#
# @inc: #optional incremental disk copy migration
#
# @detach: this argument exists only for compatibility reasons and
# is ignored by QEMU
#
# Returns: nothing on success
#
# Since: 0.14.0
##
{ 'command': 'migrate',
'data': {'uri': 'str', '*blk': 'bool', '*inc': 'bool', '*detach': 'bool' } }
##
# @migrate-incoming
#
# Start an incoming migration, the qemu must have been started
# with -incoming defer
#
# @uri: The Uniform Resource Identifier identifying the source or
# address to listen on
#
# Returns: nothing on success
#
# Since: 2.3
# Note: It's a bad idea to use a string for the uri, but it needs to stay
# compatible with -incoming and the format of the uri is already exposed
# above libvirt
##
{ 'command': 'migrate-incoming', 'data': {'uri': 'str' } }
# @xen-save-devices-state:
#
# Save the state of all devices to file. The RAM and the block devices
# of the VM are not saved by this command.
#
# @filename: the file to save the state of the devices to as binary
# data. See xen-save-devices-state.txt for a description of the binary
# format.
#
# Returns: Nothing on success
#
# Since: 1.1
##
{ 'command': 'xen-save-devices-state', 'data': {'filename': 'str'} }
##
# @xen-set-global-dirty-log
#
# Enable or disable the global dirty log mode.
#
# @enable: true to enable, false to disable.
#
# Returns: nothing
#
# Since: 1.3
##
{ 'command': 'xen-set-global-dirty-log', 'data': { 'enable': 'bool' } }
##
# @device_add:
#
# @driver: the name of the new device's driver
#
# @bus: #optional the device's parent bus (device tree path)
#
# @id: the device's ID, must be unique
#
# Additional arguments depend on the type.
#
# Add a device.
#
# Notes:
# 1. For detailed information about this command, please refer to the
# 'docs/qdev-device-use.txt' file.
#
# 2. It's possible to list device properties by running QEMU with the
# "-device DEVICE,help" command-line argument, where DEVICE is the
# device's name
#
# Example:
#
# -> { "execute": "device_add",
# "arguments": { "driver": "e1000", "id": "net1",
# "bus": "pci.0",
# "mac": "52:54:00:12:34:56" } }
# <- { "return": {} }
#
# TODO This command effectively bypasses QAPI completely due to its
# "additional arguments" business. It shouldn't have been added to
# the schema in this form. It should be qapified properly, or
# replaced by a properly qapified command.
#
# Since: 0.13
##
{ 'command': 'device_add',
'data': {'driver': 'str', 'id': 'str'},
'gen': false } # so we can get the additional arguments
##
# @device_del:
#
# Remove a device from a guest
#
# @id: the name or QOM path of the device
#
# Returns: Nothing on success
# If @id is not a valid device, DeviceNotFound
#
# Notes: When this command completes, the device may not be removed from the
# guest. Hot removal is an operation that requires guest cooperation.
# This command merely requests that the guest begin the hot removal
# process. Completion of the device removal process is signaled with a
# DEVICE_DELETED event. Guest reset will automatically complete removal
# for all devices.
#
# Since: 0.14.0
##
{ 'command': 'device_del', 'data': {'id': 'str'} }
##
# @DumpGuestMemoryFormat:
#
# An enumeration of guest-memory-dump's format.
#
# @elf: elf format
#
# @kdump-zlib: kdump-compressed format with zlib-compressed
#
# @kdump-lzo: kdump-compressed format with lzo-compressed
#
# @kdump-snappy: kdump-compressed format with snappy-compressed
#
# Since: 2.0
##
{ 'enum': 'DumpGuestMemoryFormat',
'data': [ 'elf', 'kdump-zlib', 'kdump-lzo', 'kdump-snappy' ] }
##
# @dump-guest-memory
#
# Dump guest's memory to vmcore. It is a synchronous operation that can take
# very long depending on the amount of guest memory.
#
# @paging: if true, do paging to get guest's memory mapping. This allows
# using gdb to process the core file.
#
# IMPORTANT: this option can make QEMU allocate several gigabytes
# of RAM. This can happen for a large guest, or a
# malicious guest pretending to be large.
#
# Also, paging=true has the following limitations:
#
# 1. The guest may be in a catastrophic state or can have corrupted
# memory, which cannot be trusted
# 2. The guest can be in real-mode even if paging is enabled. For
# example, the guest uses ACPI to sleep, and ACPI sleep state
# goes in real-mode
# 3. Currently only supported on i386 and x86_64.
#
# @protocol: the filename or file descriptor of the vmcore. The supported
# protocols are:
#
# 1. file: the protocol starts with "file:", and the following
# string is the file's path.
# 2. fd: the protocol starts with "fd:", and the following string
# is the fd's name.
#
# @detach: #optional if true, QMP will return immediately rather than
# waiting for the dump to finish. The user can track progress
# using "query-dump". (since 2.6).
#
# @begin: #optional if specified, the starting physical address.
#
# @length: #optional if specified, the memory size, in bytes. If you don't
# want to dump all guest's memory, please specify the start @begin
# and @length
#
# @format: #optional if specified, the format of guest memory dump. But non-elf
# format is conflict with paging and filter, ie. @paging, @begin and
# @length is not allowed to be specified with non-elf @format at the
# same time (since 2.0)
#
# Returns: nothing on success
#
# Since: 1.2
##
{ 'command': 'dump-guest-memory',
'data': { 'paging': 'bool', 'protocol': 'str', '*detach': 'bool',
'*begin': 'int', '*length': 'int',
'*format': 'DumpGuestMemoryFormat'} }
##
# @DumpStatus
#
# Describe the status of a long-running background guest memory dump.
#
# @none: no dump-guest-memory has started yet.
#
# @active: there is one dump running in background.
#
# @completed: the last dump has finished successfully.
#
# @failed: the last dump has failed.
#
# Since 2.6
##
{ 'enum': 'DumpStatus',
'data': [ 'none', 'active', 'completed', 'failed' ] }
##
# @DumpQueryResult
#
# The result format for 'query-dump'.
#
# @status: enum of @DumpStatus, which shows current dump status
#
# @completed: bytes written in latest dump (uncompressed)
#
# @total: total bytes to be written in latest dump (uncompressed)
#
# Since 2.6
##
{ 'struct': 'DumpQueryResult',
'data': { 'status': 'DumpStatus',
'completed': 'int',
'total': 'int' } }
##
# @query-dump
#
# Query latest dump status.
#
# Returns: A @DumpStatus object showing the dump status.
#
# Since: 2.6
##
{ 'command': 'query-dump', 'returns': 'DumpQueryResult' }
##
# @DumpGuestMemoryCapability:
#
# A list of the available formats for dump-guest-memory
#
# Since: 2.0
##
{ 'struct': 'DumpGuestMemoryCapability',
'data': {
'formats': ['DumpGuestMemoryFormat'] } }
##
# @query-dump-guest-memory-capability:
#
# Returns the available formats for dump-guest-memory
#
# Returns: A @DumpGuestMemoryCapability object listing available formats for
# dump-guest-memory
#
# Since: 2.0
##
{ 'command': 'query-dump-guest-memory-capability',
'returns': 'DumpGuestMemoryCapability' }
##
# @dump-skeys
#
# Dump guest's storage keys
#
# @filename: the path to the file to dump to
#
# This command is only supported on s390 architecture.
#
# Since: 2.5
##
{ 'command': 'dump-skeys',
'data': { 'filename': 'str' } }
##
# @netdev_add:
#
# Add a network backend.
#
# @type: the type of network backend. Current valid values are 'user', 'tap',
# 'vde', 'socket', 'dump' and 'bridge'
#
# @id: the name of the new network backend
#
# Additional arguments depend on the type.
#
# TODO This command effectively bypasses QAPI completely due to its
# "additional arguments" business. It shouldn't have been added to
# the schema in this form. It should be qapified properly, or
# replaced by a properly qapified command.
#
# Since: 0.14.0
#
# Returns: Nothing on success
# If @type is not a valid network backend, DeviceNotFound
##
{ 'command': 'netdev_add',
'data': {'type': 'str', 'id': 'str'},
'gen': false } # so we can get the additional arguments
##
# @netdev_del:
#
# Remove a network backend.
#
# @id: the name of the network backend to remove
#
# Returns: Nothing on success
# If @id is not a valid network backend, DeviceNotFound
#
# Since: 0.14.0
##
{ 'command': 'netdev_del', 'data': {'id': 'str'} }
##
# @object-add:
#
# Create a QOM object.
#
# @qom-type: the class name for the object to be created
#
# @id: the name of the new object
#
# @props: #optional a dictionary of properties to be passed to the backend
#
# Returns: Nothing on success
# Error if @qom-type is not a valid class name
#
# Since: 2.0
##
{ 'command': 'object-add',
'data': {'qom-type': 'str', 'id': 'str', '*props': 'any'} }
##
# @object-del:
#
# Remove a QOM object.
#
# @id: the name of the QOM object to remove
#
# Returns: Nothing on success
# Error if @id is not a valid id for a QOM object
#
# Since: 2.0
##
{ 'command': 'object-del', 'data': {'id': 'str'} }
##
# @NetdevNoneOptions
#
# Use it alone to have zero network devices.
#
# Since 1.2
##
{ 'struct': 'NetdevNoneOptions',
'data': { } }
##
# @NetLegacyNicOptions
#
# Create a new Network Interface Card.
#
# @netdev: #optional id of -netdev to connect to
#
# @macaddr: #optional MAC address
#
# @model: #optional device model (e1000, rtl8139, virtio etc.)
#
# @addr: #optional PCI device address
#
# @vectors: #optional number of MSI-x vectors, 0 to disable MSI-X
#
# Since 1.2
##
{ 'struct': 'NetLegacyNicOptions',
'data': {
'*netdev': 'str',
'*macaddr': 'str',
'*model': 'str',
'*addr': 'str',
'*vectors': 'uint32' } }
##
# @String
#
# A fat type wrapping 'str', to be embedded in lists.
#
# Since 1.2
##
{ 'struct': 'String',
'data': {
'str': 'str' } }
##
# @NetdevUserOptions
#
# Use the user mode network stack which requires no administrator privilege to
# run.
#
# @hostname: #optional client hostname reported by the builtin DHCP server
#
# @restrict: #optional isolate the guest from the host
#
# @ipv4: #optional whether to support IPv4, default true for enabled
# (since 2.6)
#
# @ipv6: #optional whether to support IPv6, default true for enabled
# (since 2.6)
#
# @ip: #optional legacy parameter, use net= instead
#
# @net: #optional IP network address that the guest will see, in the
# form addr[/netmask] The netmask is optional, and can be
# either in the form a.b.c.d or as a number of valid top-most
# bits. Default is 10.0.2.0/24.
#
# @host: #optional guest-visible address of the host
#
# @tftp: #optional root directory of the built-in TFTP server
#
# @bootfile: #optional BOOTP filename, for use with tftp=
#
# @dhcpstart: #optional the first of the 16 IPs the built-in DHCP server can
# assign
#
# @dns: #optional guest-visible address of the virtual nameserver
#
# @dnssearch: #optional list of DNS suffixes to search, passed as DHCP option
# to the guest
#
# @ipv6-prefix: #optional IPv6 network prefix (default is fec0::) (since
# 2.6). The network prefix is given in the usual
# hexadecimal IPv6 address notation.
#
# @ipv6-prefixlen: #optional IPv6 network prefix length (default is 64)
# (since 2.6)
#
# @ipv6-host: #optional guest-visible IPv6 address of the host (since 2.6)
#
# @ipv6-dns: #optional guest-visible IPv6 address of the virtual
# nameserver (since 2.6)
#
# @smb: #optional root directory of the built-in SMB server
#
# @smbserver: #optional IP address of the built-in SMB server
#
# @hostfwd: #optional redirect incoming TCP or UDP host connections to guest
# endpoints
#
# @guestfwd: #optional forward guest TCP connections
#
# Since 1.2
##
{ 'struct': 'NetdevUserOptions',
'data': {
'*hostname': 'str',
'*restrict': 'bool',
'*ipv4': 'bool',
'*ipv6': 'bool',
'*ip': 'str',
'*net': 'str',
'*host': 'str',
'*tftp': 'str',
'*bootfile': 'str',
'*dhcpstart': 'str',
'*dns': 'str',
'*dnssearch': ['String'],
'*ipv6-prefix': 'str',
'*ipv6-prefixlen': 'int',
'*ipv6-host': 'str',
'*ipv6-dns': 'str',
'*smb': 'str',
'*smbserver': 'str',
'*hostfwd': ['String'],
'*guestfwd': ['String'] } }
##
# @NetdevTapOptions
#
# Connect the host TAP network interface name to the VLAN.
#
# @ifname: #optional interface name
#
# @fd: #optional file descriptor of an already opened tap
#
# @fds: #optional multiple file descriptors of already opened multiqueue capable
# tap
#
# @script: #optional script to initialize the interface
#
# @downscript: #optional script to shut down the interface
#
# @br: #optional bridge name (since 2.8)
#
# @helper: #optional command to execute to configure bridge
#
# @sndbuf: #optional send buffer limit. Understands [TGMKkb] suffixes.
#
# @vnet_hdr: #optional enable the IFF_VNET_HDR flag on the tap interface
#
# @vhost: #optional enable vhost-net network accelerator
#
# @vhostfd: #optional file descriptor of an already opened vhost net device
#
# @vhostfds: #optional file descriptors of multiple already opened vhost net
# devices
#
# @vhostforce: #optional vhost on for non-MSIX virtio guests
#
# @queues: #optional number of queues to be created for multiqueue capable tap
#
# @poll-us: #optional maximum number of microseconds that could
# be spent on busy polling for tap (since 2.7)
#
# Since 1.2
##
{ 'struct': 'NetdevTapOptions',
'data': {
'*ifname': 'str',
'*fd': 'str',
'*fds': 'str',
'*script': 'str',
'*downscript': 'str',
'*br': 'str',
'*helper': 'str',
'*sndbuf': 'size',
'*vnet_hdr': 'bool',
'*vhost': 'bool',
'*vhostfd': 'str',
'*vhostfds': 'str',
'*vhostforce': 'bool',
'*queues': 'uint32',
'*poll-us': 'uint32'} }
##
# @NetdevSocketOptions
#
# Connect the VLAN to a remote VLAN in another QEMU virtual machine using a TCP
# socket connection.
#
# @fd: #optional file descriptor of an already opened socket
#
# @listen: #optional port number, and optional hostname, to listen on
#
# @connect: #optional port number, and optional hostname, to connect to
#
# @mcast: #optional UDP multicast address and port number
#
# @localaddr: <