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Re: [Xen-devel] Libxenstat to be considered as stable?
> As I'm going to write some kind of a monitoring sensor, which will use the
> same information "xentop" currently provides, I would like to know if
> libxenstat can be considered as stable? Will libxenstat be supported in
> future versions of Xen?
I'm not sure but I don't think libxenstat changes very often, however AFAIK
it's not guaranteed to stay stable either...
> Or is it rather advisable to get this information from the Xen Management
> API, which maybe provide the same data?
If you can do so then it might be a good idea; this would presumably make it
easier to do remote access as well.
> The sensor mentioned before will be written in C++.
You could also consider using RedHat's libvirt which attempts to provide a
virtualiser-agnostic tool (e.g. Qemu / KVM may be supported at some point in
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