Katti, Vadiraj (STSD-Openview) wrote:
"Xm uptime" gives the uptime of all the domains running. So I believe there should be a way to get it. I'm trying to find what interface xm uses. Will update the group once I get more insight.
Indeed it does. Apparently xend returns a 'start_time' field for a domain, which is the start time as a Unix time_t. 'xm uptime' just prints out the current time minus this start time.
One problem seems to be that this is saved in the image across reboots, so presumably it's fairly meaningless if the host machine was switched off for a signficant length of time.
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