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31.9. Displaying Disk I/O

To view the disk I/O for all virtual machines on your system:
  1. From the View menu, select Graph, then the Disk I/O check box.
    Selecting Disk I/O
    Figure 31.20. Selecting Disk I/O

  2. The Virtual Machine Manager shows a graph of Disk I/O for all virtual machines on your system.
    Displaying Disk I/O
    Figure 31.21. Displaying Disk I/O

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