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How do I check hot and cold data by virtual machine?

  • 30 March 2021
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How do I check hot and cold data by virtual machine? I'm going to migrate the virtual machines of the existing nodes to the node that I'm going to buy new ones. So, I'd like to check the hot and cold data of the virtual machines, respectively.

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Best answer by bcaballero 30 March 2021, 13:15

Hi @yeong 

You can take a look to the 2009 page

The great Josh Odgers has a great article depicting it. It’s a bit old but still useful. Just connect to CVM where VM’s are hosted (http://CVMIP:2009) and take look to the stats. In our case we didn’t need to open anything with iptables

Advanced Storage Performance Monitoring with Nutanix | CloudXC (joshodgers.com)

 

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Hi @yeong 

You can take a look to the 2009 page

The great Josh Odgers has a great article depicting it. It’s a bit old but still useful. Just connect to CVM where VM’s are hosted (http://CVMIP:2009) and take look to the stats. In our case we didn’t need to open anything with iptables

Advanced Storage Performance Monitoring with Nutanix | CloudXC (joshodgers.com)

 

Hi @bcaballero 

I knew the 2009 page you told me, but I didn't know how to analyze it. Thank you very much.