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    2 #------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    3 # $File: virtual,v 1.6 2014/05/07 21:25:41 christos Exp $
    4 # From: James Nobis <quel@quelrod.net>
    5 # Microsoft hard disk images for:
    6 # Virtual Server
    7 # Virtual PC
    8 # http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/virtualserver/bb676673.aspx
    9 # .vhd
   10 0	string	conectix	Microsoft Disk Image, Virtual Server or Virtual PC
   11 
   12 # libvirt
   13 # From: Philipp Hahn <hahn@univention.de>
   14 0	string	LibvirtQemudSave	Libvirt QEMU Suspend Image
   15 >0x10	lelong	x	\b, version %u
   16 >0x14	lelong	x	\b, XML length %u
   17 >0x18	lelong	1	\b, running
   18 >0x1c	lelong	1	\b, compressed
   19 
   20 0	string	LibvirtQemudPart	Libvirt QEMU partial Suspend Image
   21 # From: Alex Beregszaszi <alex@fsn.hu>
   22 0	string/b	COWD		VMWare3
   23 >4	byte	3		disk image
   24 >>32	lelong	x		(%d/
   25 >>36	lelong	x		\b%d/
   26 >>40	lelong	x		\b%d)
   27 >4	byte	2		undoable disk image
   28 >>32	string	>\0		(%s)
   29 
   30 0	string/b	VMDK		 VMware4 disk image
   31 0	string/b	KDMV		 VMware4 disk image
   32 
   33 #--------------------------------------------------------------------
   34 # Qemu Emulator Images
   35 # Lines written by Friedrich Schwittay (f.schwittay@yousable.de)
   36 # Updated by Adam Buchbinder (adam.buchbinder@gmail.com)
   37 # Made by reading sources, reading documentation, and doing trial and error
   38 # on existing QCOW files
   39 0	string/b	QFI\xFB	QEMU QCOW Image
   40 
   41 # Uncomment the following line to display Magic (only used for debugging
   42 # this magic number)
   43 #>0	string/b	x	, Magic: %s
   44 
   45 # There are currently 2 Versions: "1" and "2".
   46 # http://www.gnome.org/~markmc/qcow-image-format-version-1.html
   47 >4	belong	1	(v1)
   48 
   49 # Using the existence of the Backing File Offset to determine whether
   50 # to read Backing File Information
   51 >>12	belong	 >0	 \b, has backing file (
   52 # Note that this isn't a null-terminated string; the length is actually
   53 # (16.L). Assuming a null-terminated string happens to work usually, but it
   54 # may spew junk until it reaches a \0 in some cases.
   55 >>>(12.L)	 string >\0	\bpath %s
   56 
   57 # Modification time of the Backing File
   58 # Really useful if you want to know if your backing
   59 # file is still usable together with this image
   60 >>>>20	bedate >0	\b, mtime %s)
   61 >>>>20	default x	\b)
   62 
   63 # Size is stored in bytes in a big-endian u64.
   64 >>24	bequad	x	 \b, %lld bytes
   65 
   66 # 1 for AES encryption, 0 for none.
   67 >>36	belong	1	\b, AES-encrypted
   68 
   69 # http://www.gnome.org/~markmc/qcow-image-format.html
   70 >4	belong	2	(v2)
   71 # Using the existence of the Backing File Offset to determine whether
   72 # to read Backing File Information
   73 >>8	bequad  >0	 \b, has backing file
   74 # Note that this isn't a null-terminated string; the length is actually
   75 # (16.L). Assuming a null-terminated string happens to work usually, but it
   76 # may spew junk until it reaches a \0 in some cases. Also, since there's no
   77 # .Q modifier, we just use the bottom four bytes as an offset. Note that if
   78 # the file is over 4G, and the backing file path is stored after the first 4G,
   79 # the wrong filename will be printed. (This should be (8.Q), when that syntax
   80 # is introduced.)
   81 >>>(12.L)	 string >\0	(path %s)
   82 >>24	bequad	x	\b, %lld bytes
   83 >>32	belong	1	\b, AES-encrypted
   84 
   85 >4	belong	3	(v3)
   86 # Using the existence of the Backing File Offset to determine whether
   87 # to read Backing File Information
   88 >>8	bequad  >0	 \b, has backing file
   89 # Note that this isn't a null-terminated string; the length is actually
   90 # (16.L). Assuming a null-terminated string happens to work usually, but it
   91 # may spew junk until it reaches a \0 in some cases. Also, since there's no
   92 # .Q modifier, we just use the bottom four bytes as an offset. Note that if
   93 # the file is over 4G, and the backing file path is stored after the first 4G,
   94 # the wrong filename will be printed. (This should be (8.Q), when that syntax
   95 # is introduced.)
   96 >>>(12.L)	 string >\0	(path %s)
   97 >>24	bequad	x	\b, %lld bytes
   98 >>32	belong	1	\b, AES-encrypted
   99 
  100 >4	default x	(unknown version)
  101 
  102 0	string/b	QEVM		QEMU suspend to disk image
  103 
  104 # QEMU QED Image
  105 # http://wiki.qemu.org/Features/QED/Specification
  106 0	string/b	QED\0		QEMU QED Image
  107 
  108 # VDI Image
  109 # Sun xVM VirtualBox Disk Image
  110 # From: Richard W.M. Jones <rich@annexia.org>
  111 # VirtualBox Disk Image
  112 0x40	ulelong		0xbeda107f	VirtualBox Disk Image
  113 >0x44	uleshort	>0		\b, major %u
  114 >0x46	uleshort	>0		\b, minor %u
  115 >0	string		>\0		(%s)
  116 >368	lequad		x		 \b, %lld bytes
  117 
  118 0	string/b	Bochs\ Virtual\ HD\ Image	Bochs disk image,
  119 >32	string	x				type %s,
  120 >48	string	x				subtype %s
  121 
  122 0	lelong	0x02468ace			Bochs Sparse disk image
  123