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Re: [Xen-users] can xen partition physical network bandwidth for guest VMs

On 09/06/2011 12:58, Alexandre Chapellon wrote:
Le 09/06/2011 13:13, Steve Allison a écrit :
On 09/06/2011 12:07, xc l wrote:

Can xen partition physical network bandwidth for guest VMs.
For example,a physical server`s network bandwidth is 1G,can I allocate 200M to domain1 and 300M to domain2.......?

Many thanks/lists.xensource.com/xen-users

I don't think Xen can do this. However this shouldn't be hard to implement using the standard linux tc filter.

If you label your virtual interface names so they remain static ( vifname=xxxx ) then you can use tc to create a QoS on the interface resulting in what you requested.

Even better, using a vif-network wrapper script in /etc/xen/xen-config.sxp would allow you to set up correct tc filter with dynamic vif names... to be tried.

This would be a better idea actually so the rules are created with the interface.

May the ping be with you ..

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