Sorry for making noise, the mode is PV. Because my scheduler is set to
CPU fairness only, so the number I calculated is almost the same, as
long as I set it to I/O favor, the number is different.
Here is another question, since we always say a short period of time,
how long it should be? 500us? 50us? 1ms? is there any hint that I can
> Remind me, are you running in HVM mode, or PV mode?
> That sounds unusual. Is it the number of events delivered, or the
> number of times the guest woke up? NB they're not the same -- an HVM
> guest will block and then wake up on the completion of an I/O
> instruction which is handled by qemu.
> If you're running in HVM mode, you can use "xenalyze -s" will give you
> a summary of the trace. In the summary you can see not only now many
> times a VM woke up, but which interrupt was delivered how many times.
> At the moment, from Xen's perspective, an event delivery is an event
> delivery. You'd have to manually add some way of classifying an event
> as "I/O".
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