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Re: [Xen-users] Measuring CPU performance?

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  • From: "Conor Deering" <conor.deering@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 22 Feb 2007 14:37:33 +0000
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Thanks J
Those are interesting documents. I was thinking of running a SPECint test on
the domU's - but it seems a bit overkill. I am just looking for a general rule of thumb

Is the host CPU speed split and enforced equally over all VM guests?
If so, host VPS speed should just be  dom0speed / n  ?
Eg: 2 GHz/4 vms - 500 MHz each?

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