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[Xen-users] "xm list" output change in Xen 3

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Subject: [Xen-users] "xm list" output change in Xen 3
From: Charles Duffy <cduffy@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 28 Nov 2005 08:24:29 -0600
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Whereas Xen3's "xm list" used to provide a list of which physical CPU each domain had last been running on, it now has only a field "VCPUs" with (I presume) the number of VCPUs allocated to that domain.

Would I be correct to understand that the only way for me to know even a snapshot of the physical-CPU/domain mapping is to engage in pinning?

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