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Re: [HyperV][Ceilometer] Performance statistics from Hyper-V with Ceilometer and libvirt



irc-channel is #openstack-metering,
not #openstack-ceilometer

Bruno Oliveira
Developer, Software Engineer
+55 11 9-6193-3987
skype: brunnop.oliveira

On Wed, Jun 5, 2013 at 6:40 PM, Bruno Oliveira
<brunnop.oliveira@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Dear Stackers,
> Please I'd like to ask your expertise on ceilometer to try
> an approach for monitoring a compute nova running hyper-v
> I got a running environment of devstack with KVM on a single-node
>  machine being fully monitored by ceilometer. I'm being able to
> access its API to see the data collected as well.
> On the other hand, I'm using Cloudbase's (cloudbase.it) Openstack Compute
> Hyper-V Installer (driver), which greatly help me deploying VMs from
> the devstack
> node to the hyper-v server. All is working smoothly.
> So far, in the irc channel #openstack-ceilometer, I got to know that
> ceilometer, just like collectd, uses libvirt to query the hypervisors
> for data (thanks dhellmann !). BUT if check in the libvirt.org site,
> it's being said
> that there's support for Hyper-V: http://libvirt.org/drvhyperv.html
>  (given a uri to connect to it).
> 1. So I'm wondering if all I need to get Ceilometer working for windows
> would be compiling it under my windows envionment with mingw chaintool,
> for example?
> 2. Has anyone ever tried this or got any other way to make it data collection
> from hyper-v successful ?
> 3. Do you guys have any other approach that you would suggest (installing
> snmp on each of the cloud servers/instances is not an option) ?
> Please, share your thoughts. I'd greatly appreciate it.
> Thank you very very much.
> --
> Bruno Oliveira
> Developer, Software Engineer