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[Xen-users] Network Statistic for dom0 and domUs

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Subject: [Xen-users] Network Statistic for dom0 and domUs
From: James Pifer <jep@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 16 Feb 2011 17:24:54 -0500
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Is there a way to see the actual network usage of dom0 and the domUs,
both separately and together?

I have a domU of Smoothwall Proxy running and when it first comes up it
runs fast, but performance quickly declines. It's significantly slower
than our proxy running on it's own hardware. It's running fully
virtualized and xentop doesn't report anything for network. Looking at
top within the VM there doesn't really seem to be much happening that
explains the poor performance. 

I really don't think it's a network bandwidth issue, but I'd like to
rule it out. 

Any help is appreciated. 


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