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[Xen-users] xenstored CPU utilization

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  • From: "Mohammad Zohny" <mohamad.zohny@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 16 Jul 2007 11:54:25 +0300
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Hi all,
I'm using Xen version xen-3.0.4 on SLES10.

- when I try to create a full virtualized domain, I notice that  xenstored and python both utilize ~50% of
CPU for each, that makes my machine very slow

- If I attach a new block device for a full virtualized guest (e.g windows), It does not apply or add the
device directly , and the block device may not appear in the guest even after some reboots

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