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[Xen-users] Monitoring Xen!

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  • From: Henrique Fernandes <sf.rique@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 14 Feb 2011 13:59:42 -0200
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I am trying to figure out how to monitor XEN.

I use cacti for graph pretty much all my servers.

But XEN will start to monitor now.

I  have some questions about it.

How do i get the CPU load on Dom0 like, the really CPU use ? barematel cpu i guess.

I supose that snmp will give me the interface traffic ok.

Some how to monitor IO/wait of Dom0

I want to graph all stuff on Dom0 like the sum of each virtual machine in vms.

Does any one can help ?


I am new at Xen, i just got someone else work. He left the company and now i have to take care of Xen. Hope you guys understad that i am new and does not know much xen.

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