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I was just trying to use power top on top of a fedora 11 image running on KVM and found out that it did not function the way it does ...
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    power top for VM's


    I was just trying to use power top on top of a fedora 11 image running on KVM and found out that it did not function the way it does on the host OS. It gave me wrong power usage, no CPU wake ups and incorrect CPU frequency scaling values.

    I was thinking of taking this as my project and to start working on it.

    Anybody working on the same guidelines who would like to add to my thinking?

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    Why not just get to VirtualBox and get Virtual Box?

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