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Old 11-27-2011, 02:34 PM   #1
sparsh0mittal
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qemu delvm causes disk corruption


I am using qemu-0.14, as a part of marss cycle-accurate simulator (http://marss86.org/~marss86/index.php/Home).

When I use delvm for deleting a snapshot, it corrupts the whole image. After it, the image no longer boots.

Is there a solution to it (a patch or a recent version that solves it). Please let me know. I tried to ask on qemu-forum, but could not get a reply.
 
  


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