Vyatta Network OS Documentation

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CPU, memory, network device, and block device information for each hosted VM

The following sample output reports on CPU, memory, network device, and block device information for each hosted VM.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" ?>
<guest>
    <net-devices>
        <net>vnet0</net>
        <tx>
            <drop>0</drop>
            <errs>0</errs>
            <pkts>13</pkts>
            <bytes>2358</bytes>
        </tx>
        <rx>
            <drop>0</drop>
            <pkts>84</pkts>
            <errs>0</errs>
            <bytes>9118</bytes>
        </rx>
    </net-devices>
    <vcpu-devices>
        <current>1</current>
        <cpu>
            <state>1</state>
            <wait>0</wait>
            <time>47750000000</time>
            <sock>0</sock>
        </cpu>
        <maximum>1</maximum>
    </vcpu-devices>
    <name>debian8</name>
    <block-devices>
        <rd>
            <reqs>4870</reqs>
            <bytes>63318016</bytes>
            <times>267824192</times>
        </rd>
        <wr>
            <times>153279006</times>
            <bytes>1794048</bytes>
            <reqs>393</reqs>
        </wr>
        <name>vda</name>
    </block-devices>
    <block-devices>
        <name>hda</name>
        <wr>
            <bytes>0</bytes>
            <reqs>0</reqs>
            <times>0</times>
        </wr>
        <rd>
            <times>49092</times>
            <bytes>152</bytes>
            <reqs>4</reqs>
        </rd>
    </block-devices>
    <memory>
        <actual>1048576</actual>
    </memory>
    <cpu>
        <system>2050000000</system>
        <time>48364864062</time>
        <user>560000000</user>
    </cpu>
</guest>