Celebrating the US Independence Day, while many Americans are spending time with their families, drinking (usually nasty) beer and BBQ'ing, others talking to Microsoft
, the Red Hat virtualization team has released a new version of libvirt. The libvirt 0.9.3 release brings many changes.
The 4 July release of libvirt 0.9.3 offers the new vcpupin libvirt API, supports reboots with the QEMU driver, supports multi-function PXI devices, and has many other API improvements. There's also improved documentation, greater portability, many bug-fixes, clean-ups, and numerous other improvements. While libvirt 0.9.2 was released just last month, the 0.9.3 change-log (as shown on the news page
) is quite lengthy.
For those interested in this virtualization API/library that supports KVM, QEMU, Xen, VirtualBox, and many other virtualization systems, visit libvirt.org