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nPar
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regarding nPar

can we make two partitions (nPar) in the following machine.

HP9000 – rp7400 system
HP PA-RISC 8700, 750MHz * 8Nos CPU
4 x Processor support module
4 x Memory carrier
32GB Memory Kit
(16 x 2GB memory set,)
2 x 146GB internal disk
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Sherif A. Louis
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Re: regarding nPar

Hello,
That info you posted isn't sufficient. It looks like you got it out of some document.
you have to know how many cells are installed on that server ( a max no. of 2 for that model )
if you have two cells then YES you can create up to two npars.

to know how many cells are installed you can log into the MP and issue a DF command then select c for cells.
or the PS command to see the cell status
melvyn burnard
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Re: regarding nPar

No you cannot, an rp7400 is what used to be called the N4000, and it is NOT cell based
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Sherif A. Louis
Valued Contributor

Re: regarding nPar

yes melvyn is right i didn't notice the 7400 thought it was a 7410.. sorry for the mistake
Torsten.
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Re: regarding nPar

The system is not able to support nPars, because it is not cell-based, but (surprise!) it is able to support vPars versions 3 and 4.

Hope this helps!
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Torsten.

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Sharma Sanjeev
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Re: regarding nPar

Hi

RP7400 is not a cell based server RP7420 is Two cell base Server so you can not create npar on rp7400

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Sanjeev
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nPar
Occasional Visitor

Re: regarding nPar

so which rp model will support nPar
Sherif A. Louis
Valued Contributor

Re: regarding nPar

you got the rp7410, rp7420, and rp7440 which are 2 cell based systems
then you got the rp8400, rp8420 and rp8440 which are 4 cell based systems
Torsten.
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Re: regarding nPar

... and superdome, of course.

The cell-based Integrities does as well.

Hope this helps!
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Torsten.

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