On 26/01/15 15:45, Dan Kenigsberg wrote:
On Mon, Dec 22, 2014 at 01:40:06PM +0200, Lior Vernia wrote:
> Hello users and developers,
> Just put up a feature page for the aforementioned feature; in summary,
> to report total RX/TX statistics for hosts and VMs in oVirt. This has
> been requested several times on the users mailing list, and is
> especially useful for accounting in VDI deployments.
> You're more than welcome to review the feature page:
Sorry for the late review; I have a couple of questions/comments.
- What do you mean by "VDI use cases" in the "Benefit to oVirt
Do you refer to hosting services who would like to charge their
customers based on actual bandwidth usage?
Indeed, as well as monitoring utilisation by non-paying users (say
inside the same organization). Changed the wording a little, as hosting
services are really the prime candidate.
- I've added another motivation: currently-reported
can be utterly meaningless.
I don't see reference to nasty negative flows: what happens if a host
disappears? Or a VM? I suppose there's always a chance that some traffic
would go unaccounted for. But do you expect to extract this information
somehow? Either way, it should be mentioned as a caveat on the feature
What do you mean by "disappears"? Engine loses connectivity to it?
> Note that this only deals with network usage - it'll be great if we have
> similar features for CPU and disk usage!
There's a formal feature request about this:
Bug 1172153 - [RFE] Collect CPU, IO and network accounting