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名前

       guestfs-lua - How to use libguestfs from Lua

書式

        local G = require "guestfs"
        g = G.create ()
        g:add_drive ("test.img", { format = "raw", readonly = true })
        g:launch ()
        devices = g:list_devices ()
        g:close ()

説明

       This manual page documents how to call libguestfs from the Lua programming language.  This
       page just documents the differences from the C API and gives some examples.  If you are
       not familiar with using libguestfs, you also need to read guestfs(3).

   REQUIRING THE MODULE
       "require "guestfs"" returns the module, so you have to assign it to a local variable.
       Typical usage is:

        local G = require "guestfs"

       (you can use any name you want instead of "G", but in the examples in this man page we
       always use "G").

   ハンドルのオープン方法およびクローズ方法
       To create a new handle, call:

        g = G.create ()

       You can also use the optional arguments:

        g = G.create { environment = 0, close_on_exit = 0 }

       to set the flags "GUESTFS_CREATE_NO_ENVIRONMENT" and/or "GUESTFS_CREATE_NO_CLOSE_ON_EXIT".

       The handle will be closed by the garbage collector, but you can also close it explicitly
       by doing:

        g:close ()

   CALLING METHODS
       Use the ordinary Lua convention for calling methods on the handle.  For example:

        g:set_verbose (true)

   オプション引数を用いた機能
       For functions that take optional arguments, the first arguments are the non-optional ones.
       The optional final argument is a table supplying the optional arguments.

        g:add_drive ("test.img")

       または:

        g:add_drive ("test.img", { format = "raw", readonly = true })

   64 BIT VALUES
       Currently 64 bit values must be passed as strings, and are returned as strings.  This is
       because 32 bit Lua cannot handle 64 bit integers properly.  We hope to come up with a
       better solution later.

   エラー
       Most (but not all) errors are converted into objects (ie. tables) containing the following
       fields:

       msg The error message (corresponding to "guestfs_last_error" in guestfs(3)).

       code
           The "errno" (corresponding to "guestfs_last_errno" in guestfs(3)).

       These objects also have "__tostring" functions attached to them so you can use "tostring"
       (or implicit conversion) to convert them into printable strings.

       Note that the library also throws some errors as plain strings.  You may need to check the
       type.

   イベント
       Events can be registered by calling "set_event_callback":

        eh = g:set_event_callback (cb, "close")

       or to register a single callback for multiple events make the second argument a list:

        eh = g:set_event_callback (cb, { "appliance", "library", "trace" })

       A list of all valid event types (strings) is in the global variable "G.event_all".

       The callback ("cb") is called with the following parameters:

        function cb (g, event, eh, flags, buf, array)
          -- g is the guestfs handle
          -- event is a string which is the name of the event that fired
          -- flags is always zero
          -- buf is the data buffer (eg. log message etc)
          -- array is the array of 64 bit ints (eg. progress bar status etc)
          ...
        end

       You can also remove a callback using the event handle ("eh") that was returned when you
       registered the callback:

        g:delete_event_callback (eh)

1: ディスクイメージの作成

       @EXAMPLE1@

2: 仮想マシンのディスクイメージの検査

       @EXAMPLE2@

関連項目

       guestfs(3), guestfs-examples(3), guestfs-erlang(3), guestfs-gobject(3), guestfs-golang(3),
       guestfs-java(3), guestfs-ocaml(3), guestfs-perl(3), guestfs-python(3), guestfs-recipes(1),
       guestfs-ruby(3), http://www.lua.org/, http://libguestfs.org/.

著者

       Richard W.M. Jones ("rjones at redhat dot com")

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright (C) 2012 Red Hat Inc.

LICENSE

BUGS

       To get a list of bugs against libguestfs, use this link:
       https://bugzilla.redhat.com/buglist.cgi?component=libguestfs&product=Virtualization+Tools

       To report a new bug against libguestfs, use this link:
       https://bugzilla.redhat.com/enter_bug.cgi?component=libguestfs&product=Virtualization+Tools

       When reporting a bug, please supply:

       ·   The version of libguestfs.

       ·   Where you got libguestfs (eg. which Linux distro, compiled from source, etc)

       ·   Describe the bug accurately and give a way to reproduce it.

       ·   Run libguestfs-test-tool(1) and paste the complete, unedited output into the bug
           report.