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Re: [Xen-users] XCP, XCCS, xe, and XVP, random thoughts

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Subject: Re: [Xen-users] XCP, XCCS, xe, and XVP, random thoughts
From: George Shuklin <george.shuklin@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 23 Aug 2010 06:30:15 +0400
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Well... Yes. Our early try was running command via ssh on slave host.
This cause 25% load on dom0 of slave and 100% load on master. 

(We were does horrible thing: we call xe vm-list every second).

Right now we using an event subscription via XenAPI... And one
interesting thing is empty subscription evens (event coming, but nothing
changed). If I don't find reason for that, I'll send bugreport/question

В Вск, 22/08/2010 в 21:05 -0400, Vern Burke пишет:
> Well, that was a lot of alphabet soup acronyms :).
> I've just been thinking about the claim in a prior post that using the 
> xe cli with XCP abnormally increases the XCP server load. The only way I 
> could see this happening is to be running xe from the servers command 
> line. I use xe extensively to do the grunt work of XCCS (Xen Cloud 
> Control System). I don't see the loading issue (and I do a LOT of xe, 
> what with the watchdogs and the load balancer), but I'm running xe on a 
> remote machine, not an XCP server.
> Regarding previous comments about XVP and xvpappliance, I was never able 
> to get XVP to compile properly but I recently downloaded and installed 
> xvpappliance on my XCP cloud. It does work, but there is one large bug 
> in it, it won't detect changes in the pool without manually going in and 
> rediscovering the pool.

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