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[Xen-users] allocation CPU

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  • From: Radhya sahal <rad_cs_2006@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 28 Jul 2011 11:29:44 -0700 (PDT)
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Hi all,
How i know that i am allocate percent of CPU , such as 70% or 50 CPU for VM??
if i use xm command
xm sched-credit -d <domain> -w <weight> sets the weight
xm sched-credit -d <domain> -c <cap> sets the cap
xm sched-credit -d  1 -c 70 -w 128
xm sched-credit -d  2 -c 30 -w 128
Do these allocations mean exactly 70% from available CPU allocated to VM 1 and 30% allocated for VM 2???
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