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Is it too much of a pain to keep a monthly active VM usage rate? That is can I report the number of VMs being used on a monthly basis?
If I wanted to profile traffic associated with virtual machines using MAC addresses, what services would you suggest?
I have VMware running on a Dell Poweredge 1800. The VM that shuts down several times a day. The VM supports a web server. The other two are for exchange server and a test platform. All three are on a Win 2003 SP2 platform . The VMs are built on Fedora Linux (Other Linux 2.6.X). Any "sage" out there...