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[Xen-users] xenmon stats

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  • From: "Tim Wood" <twwood@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 29 Mar 2006 22:59:59 -0500
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Can someone clarify for me the numbers that show up in Xenmon? Specifically, I'm curious about the
"domain31" entry which always shows up.  It looks like this represents the free resources.  Also, does anyone know what would happen if more than 30 domain0's were started (or more likely, I did enough migrations to raise the next domain ID to above 30)? 

Thanks for the clarifications!

And generally, are people using xenmon to monitor performance, or do you generally stick with things like xentop or even measurement apps inside the unpriveliged domains like "top" or "vmstat"?

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