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Re: [Xen-users] IO/Network/CPU stats

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  • From: George Shuklin <george.shuklin@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 17 Nov 2010 00:34:33 +0300
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You need for total digits or for 'load average'? Absolute values NOT
available for qemu, for other (PV-drivers for HVM and native PV) they
are available in:


Note, they will reset on every migration or reboot.

Ð ÐÐÐ, 15/11/2010 Ð 16:19 -0800, Shaun Reitan ÐÐÑÐÑ:
> Where is the best place to get stats (disk io, network send/receive, cpu 
> usage) for a domU?  Currently i'm using xentop with the -b switch to 
> feed the data into my backend but i am getting unconsistant results.  Is 
> there another place to grab these with out having to use the xentop 
> program?  I know i can see lvm's in /proc/diskstats and 
> /sys/block/dm-XX/stat but thats only for LVM right?  What about flag 
> images using blktap or the newer blktap2 vmk (??) stuff.
> ~Shaun
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