Explaining Monitoring Hyper-V Performance

Let’s start with the question of where to monitor Hyper-V. In order to answer this question you have understand a little of the Hyper-V architecture. Hyper-V has three main components – the virtstack, devices, and hypervisor. Windows Server 2008 is what boots the system and launches the virtstack and hypervisor. The virtstack responsible for handling […]

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Let’s start with the question of where to monitor Hyper-V. In order to answer this question you have understand a little of the Hyper-V architecture. Hyper-V has three main components – the virtstack, devices, and hypervisor. Windows Server 2008 is what boots the system and launches the virtstack and hypervisor. The virtstack responsible for handling emulated devices, managing VM’s, servicing I/O, and more. The hypervisor is responsible for scheduling Virtual Processors, managing interrupts, servicing timers, and controlling other chip level functions. It does not understand devices or I/O (ie there are no hypervisor drivers). The devices are part of the root and are also installed in guests as part of the Integration Services.

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