> On 10/14/20 3:11 AM, wrote:

>> I want to creat a 'Monitor' VM with absolutely no internet capability
>> using debian (i started learning Linux with Ubuntu, then moved onto
>> Kali and Arch, now im experimenting with Raspbian, so im much more
>> familiar with debian than Fedora). I want to have all my supervisory
>> programs on this VM, but simply peering thru the looking glass as it
>> were.  I found xentop on the qubes terminal helpful, but that only
>> tells me if a particular qube is peaking CPU or memory usage, not what
>> process is killing my performance.

There might be some way to develop something like that if you really had
to, but finding the problem VM with xl top/xentop then drilling into it
to see process details is the "standard" way...

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