21.9. Displaying guest details

21.9. Displaying guest details

You can use the Virtual Machine Monitor to view activity data information for any virtual machines on your system.

To view a virtual system's details:

  1. In the Virtual Machine Manager main window, highlight the virtual machine that you want to view.

    Selecting a virtual machine to display
    Figure 21.21. Selecting a virtual machine to display

  2. From the Virtual Machine Manager Edit menu, select Machine Details (or click the Details button on the bottom of the Virtual Machine Manager main window).

    Displaying virtual machine details menu
    Figure 21.22. Displaying virtual machine details menu

    The Virtual Machine Details Overview window appears. This window summarizes CPU and memory usage for the domain(s) you specified.

    Displaying guest details overview
    Figure 21.23. Displaying guest details overview

  3. On the Virtual Machine Details window, click the Hardware tab.

    The Virtual Machine Details Hardware window appears.

    Displaying guest hardware details
    Figure 21.24. Displaying guest hardware details

  4. On the Hardware tab, click on Processor to view or change the current processor memory allocation.

    Displaying processor allocation
    Figure 21.25. Displaying processor allocation

  5. On the Hardware tab, click on Memory to view or change the current RAM memory allocation.

    Displaying memory allocation
    Figure 21.26. Displaying memory allocation

  6. On the Hardware tab, click on Disk to view or change the current hard disk configuration.

    Displaying disk configuration
    Figure 21.27. Displaying disk configuration

  7. On the Hardware tab, click on Network to view or change the current network configuration.

    Displaying network configuration
    Figure 21.28. Displaying network configuration


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