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[Xen-users] Does Domain-0 in 'xm top' represent the sum of total domU +

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Subject: [Xen-users] Does Domain-0 in 'xm top' represent the sum of total domU + hypervisor?
From: dongkyu lee <dongq.lee@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 16 Aug 2010 13:05:02 +0900
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Our system admins wants to monitor the sum of cpu usage of every domain-u and hypervisor.
I know tha the resource usage of domain-0 and each domU is able to be monitored by 'xm top'
but the usage of domain-0 does not seem to show total resource usage, especially cpu.
In my understanding, since dom0 itselt is one of domains, dom0 should not represent whole physical server.
Is there any way to show the sum of cpu usage of dom0 + domU + hypervisor?
Thank you in advance.
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