This new test case checks whether we are handling NVDIMMs correctly when checking for overlapping memory devices (see previous commit). Without previous commit, this test case would fail, yet it was produced in real life (at least the NVDIMM part) and thus it is valid. Signed-off-by: Michal Privoznik <email@example.com> Reviewed-by: Martin Kletzander <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Libvirt API for virtualization
Libvirt provides a portable, long term stable C API for managing the virtualization technologies provided by many operating systems. It includes support for QEMU, KVM, Xen, LXC, bhyve, Virtuozzo, VMware vCenter and ESX, VMware Desktop, Hyper-V, VirtualBox and the POWER Hypervisor.
For some of these hypervisors, it provides a stateful management daemon which runs on the virtualization host allowing access to the API both by non-privileged local users and remote users.
Layered packages provide bindings of the libvirt C API into other languages including Python, Perl, PHP, Go, Java, OCaml, as well as mappings into object systems such as GObject, CIM and SNMP.
Further information about the libvirt project can be found on the website:
The libvirt C API is distributed under the terms of GNU Lesser General Public License, version 2.1 (or later). Some parts of the code that are not part of the C library may have the more restrictive GNU General Public License, version 2.0 (or later). See the files
COPYING for full license terms & conditions.
Instructions on building and installing libvirt can be found on the website:
The libvirt project welcomes contributions in many ways. For most components the best way to contribute is to send patches to the primary development mailing list. Further guidance on this can be found on the website:
The libvirt project has two primary mailing lists:
Further details on contacting the project are available on the website: