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Re: [Xen-devel] Follow-up

>Performance with VNC was OK when we tried it (like Ian said).  In fact we 
>turned off compression in order to minimise the overheads, given
>networking should be wicked-fast.
>I haven't tried NX on Xen (waiting for a feature-complete FreeNX to become

>readily available), although I very impressed by it's performance when I 
>tried it internationally via the internet.  It'd be interesting to see how

>well it performs between domains, particularly in comparison to other
>like VNC.  In any case, it still has the advantages of remote printing + 
>sound + file sharing.

Well, so far NX performs like shit, but I suspect something else may be the
problem.  I notice on the dom1 run that top reports no swap file at all. 
If this is true, I would expect bad performance.  Does a vm see the swap
partitions?  How are they defined to a vm?

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