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Re: [Xen-devel] Improve performance between Network driver domain to guest OS

On Mon, Oct 7, 2013 at 4:57 PM, Wei Liu <wei.liu2@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hello, Shikha
> On Sun, Oct 06, 2013 at 11:49:13AM +0530, shikha thakur wrote:
>> Hi all,
>>  I am Shikha Thakur pursuing post graduation from Pune University in
>> Computer Engineering.Recently, I started my research in Xen hypervisor for
>> my curriculum project.I am enjoying working with Xen. Being newbie i want
>> to get more familiar with Xen.
>> So, I request all please tell me that my idea for this research is valid or
>> not?
>> Research Topic::
>> I am working on "Improving Network I/O virtualization of Xen for Cloud
>> Computing."
> What's your goal? Higher throughput? Lower latency? Do you have any
> merit in mind?
>> Xen Hypervisor ::
>>  The driver domain based model of Xen for network I/O virtualization
>> exhibits poor networking performance.Two Experiments are carried out and
>> they are:-
>> 1)Network Performance analysis has been carried out to analyze the
>> virtualization over- head and analyze the baseline reception, transmission
>> and forwarding performance of the VMs(shown in fig 1).
>> `[image: Inline image 4]
>> 2)Experiment has carried out to find the hardware bottlenecks and it is
>> observe that the memory latency is the problem for costly driver domain -
>> virtual machine communication (shown in fig 2).
> Sorry the image quality is too low I am not able parse those graphs.



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