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Re: [Xen-devel] Follow-up

> Well, so far NX performs like shit,

:-(  I found it was snappy talking to a machine in Italy over a mere cable 
modem, so it should work fine.  Out of interest, what NX are you running, 
NoMachine's server / client of FreeNX / kNX?

> 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?

A VM sees it's own swap partitions, if you've configured any.  You need to 
give them a virtual disk to swap to (same procedure as for creating the root 
filesystem device), mkswap on it and add it to their fstab so that they use 


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