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Juan Manuel López
Valued Contributor

CPU process management using Oracle

Hi,
I had heard that it is possible to distribute proccess by procesor on HP/UX.
It is that true ?
Witch software is necesary to install ?
Thank in advance
I would like to be lie on a beautiful beach spending my life doing nothing, so someboby has to make this job.
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Helen French
Honored Contributor

Re: CPU process management using Oracle

Hi Juan:

Yes ! You need to have the VPAR (virtual partioning enabled on the system). Another program for processor management is PRM ( Process resource Manager).

Check here for details:

www.docs.hp.com

HTH,
Shiju
Life is a promise, fulfill it!
Juan Manuel López
Valued Contributor

Re: CPU process management using Oracle

May I use it on A500 machine ?
I would like to be lie on a beautiful beach spending my life doing nothing, so someboby has to make this job.
Helen French
Honored Contributor

Re: CPU process management using Oracle

Hi Juan:

Here are the docs

VPAR - Virtual Partitions ( it was a typo before):

http://www.docs.hp.com/hpux/onlinedocs/T1335-90001/T1335-90001.html

PRM:

http://www.docs.hp.com/hpux/onlinedocs/B8733-90007/B8733-90007.html

HTH,
Shiju
Life is a promise, fulfill it!
T G Manikandan
Honored Contributor
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Re: CPU process management using Oracle

Pete Randall
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Re: CPU process management using Oracle

Juan,

I don't know if Oracle has a similar capability or not, but Informix uses process affinity to bind to processors. Take a look for "processor affinity". I did a quick search of the forums but couldn't find anything particular to Oracle.

Good luck,
Pete

Pete
Helen French
Honored Contributor

Re: CPU process management using Oracle

Hi Juan:

If you are asking about VPAR, then NO ! VPAR is supported on L3000 (Required firmware version: 41.02.), N class (Required firmware version: 41.02) and Superdome ( not supported in first release, planned for future support). See this for more information:

http://www.docs.hp.com/hpux/onlinedocs/T1335-90001/T1335-90001.html

In the case of PRM, yes you can install and use it on your system.

HTH,
Shiju
Life is a promise, fulfill it!
Juan Manuel López
Valued Contributor

Re: CPU process management using Oracle

It is free with the OS CORE ?
I would like to be lie on a beautiful beach spending my life doing nothing, so someboby has to make this job.
Justo Exposito
Esteemed Contributor

Re: CPU process management using Oracle

Hi Juan,

No, PRM it's not a free software.

Regards,

Justo.
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