Structs

A Stream of incoming requests for BalloonController
Properties describing a block device.
A Stream of incoming requests for DebianGuestManager
The configuration required to start up a guest. When adding a new field, consider updating fuchsia.virtualization.GuestDescriptor which is an informational snapshot of this table.
An informational only subset of the GuestConfig. If adding new non-handle entries to the GuestConfig, consider also adding them here.
A Stream of incoming requests for GuestLifecycle
A Stream of incoming requests for GuestManager
A Stream of incoming requests for Guest
A Stream of incoming requests for HostVsockAcceptor
A Stream of incoming requests for HostVsockEndpoint
Linux guest information.
A Stream of incoming requests for LinuxManager
Properties describing a virtio_magma device.
A Stream of incoming requests for MemController
Contains a memory statistic for the balloon device.
Properites describing a network device.
A Stream of incoming requests for TerminaGuestManager
Properties describing a virtio_wl device.
A Stream of incoming requests for ZirconGuestManager

Enums

A BalloonController controls a guest instance’s memory balloon.
The status of the Linux container.
The guest control plane allowing for creating, starting, and stopping the guest.
The guest client API providing high level access to guest features. When the guest terminates, this channel will contain a ZX_OK epitaph on a clean shutdown, a ZX_ERR_INTERNAL epitaph on an unexpected shutdown, and no epitaph if the component crashed.
Exposed by a host capable of listening via vsocks. A variant of a GuestVsockAcceptor that is responsible for creating the socket with which to communicate.
Exposed by a host to provide the ability for listeners to be multiplexed by port and to manage dynamic port allocation for outbound connections.
Type of kernel used by a guest.
A LinuxManager provides access to the status of Linux guest instances.
A MemController controls a guest’s virtio-mem

Constants

VM to VM communication is not supported, so all guests will be assigned this default guest CID.
HOST_CID is the reserved context ID (CID) of the host.

Traits

Type Definitions