On Mon, 22 Oct 2012 16:47:09 +0100
Sergiusz Pawlowicz <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Mon, Oct 22, 2012 at 4:31 PM, Adrian Reyer <email@example.com> wrote:
> > On Mon, Oct 22, 2012 at 04:00:39PM +0100, Sergiusz Pawlowicz wrote:
> >> Any ideas how to make iotop working? It was working well before 3.x came.
> > mkdir /etc/vservers/.defaults/apps/vprocunhide
> > cp /usr/lib/util-vserver/defaults/vprocunhide-files /etc/vservers/.defaults/apps/vprocunhide/files
> > echo /proc/vmstat >> /etc/vservers/.defaults/apps/vprocunhide/files
> > /etc/init.d/vprocunhide start
> > The name of the init script and the source of vprocunhide-files might
> > vary with your distribution.
> It works, Adrian, thanks! I have added it into the FAQ:
somebody please remove or correct the entry (to remove the insecure
i tried, but i really don't want to create an account and the captcha was
impossible to please (ie "what is the name of this project?" linux-vserver,
Linux-Vserver, Linux-VServer... all wrong according to the all-knowing wiki).
|Question=I want iotop on the host to display all guest processes to give me a nice overview of I/O usage.
||Details=You must unhide /proc/vmstat for context 1. Recommendation: put the following in a script called "viotop" and modelled after "vtop".
# setattr --watch /proc/vmstat
# vcontext --migrate --xid 1 -- iotop
-- firstname.lastname@example.org > Do you know maybe how to achieve the same with htop? IO columns are > displaying zeros, even when iotop works well now. > > SergeReceived on Wed Oct 24 14:42:30 2012