Mindaugas Kiznis wrote:
Thank you for your quick answer. In my opinion, I/O statistics are critical as CPU, memory usage in data center environment to optimally plan, arrange, spread VMs in a resource or say Xenhost pool. Since there are many Xen hosts in my case and this number is growing, it is a need to monitor each host's resource usage in a centralized console, graphing engine, etc. Hope to see these additions in the next releases of libvirt.
Absolutely.As Daniel V said however, defining a suitable, portable structure which can handle future hypervisors and future devices is non-trivial. I'm working on it, and when I post patches you can help by reviewing them against the needs of your program.
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