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    hyper-v integration

    I was wondering if the server variants of Ubuntu have any software that make information available to Hyper-V such as health and memory demand along with the IP address in use etc?
    SERVER: Azure datacenters, Hyper-V

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    Re: hyper-v integration

    If they have anything, they should be built into the kernel. I was running a debian box in HyperV but I don't recall if it reported CPU usage or whatever to the hyper-v manager, though.

    I won't be able to check for sure for a couple weeks.
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    Re: hyper-v integration

    Quote Originally Posted by Vegan View Post
    I was wondering if the server variants of Ubuntu have any software that make information available to Hyper-V such as health and memory demand along with the IP address in use etc?
    I was looking around in the vanilla kernel the other day, and noticed that Hyper-V support was added.
    If you give me a while, I might get some kind of screenshot up...
    https://dl.sandyd.me/public.php?serv...e311dc01f46d66
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    Re: hyper-v integration

    Hyper-V can see CPU utilization but not memory demand. There is a feature to dynamically allocate RAM depending the load. Another tab shows the network MAC and IP address.

    I run everything virtualized simply as this way if it blows up, I am safe.
    SERVER: Azure datacenters, Hyper-V

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