hetal.badheka at oracle
Mar 6, 2007, 7:36 AM
Constructors and Destructors on classes
Does a constructor on class VM just create an instance of the class in
Xen's memory or does it actually provision a new VM and conversely, what
does a destructor do, delete the VM class instance from memory or
destroy a virtual machine?
The class "host" and "host_cpu" also have create and destroy methods on
them and since you can't create and destroy a physical host or a
physical cpu, I am guessing that the answer to my question above for VMs
is that the create and destroy methods just instantiate and destroy a
class instance and do not actually cause the provisioning and
decommissioning of a virtual machine.
Gurus, kindly explain..
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