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Re: [Xen-devel] memory and cpu usage

On Mon, 22 Nov 2004, Flavio Leitner wrote:

Is there a way to discovery how much free memory I still have
to use in a new domain?

xm info

Another question is about cpu usage. I guess that xen scheduler
allocate a fixed time slice for all virtual machines and does not
make any idea if the virtual machine is using or not using all
this time, right?  How I can identify if CPU is the bottleneck?

Actually, I think that a Xen virtual machine that is not using
the CPU is just giving it up to the hypervisor, which can then
give the cpu to others.

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