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Jon Steele
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RX8640

Hi,
Can someone point me in the correct direction to try and figure out what may be the problem.

Our customer says the CLM needs to be changed and they are having trouble doing it. They say the Npar commands are working but the server is not changing.

They need to change it from interleave to CLM.

They are running Windows 2003 Server.

Thank you

Jon
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Torsten.
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Re: RX8640

Hi Jon,

check the chapter

Microsoft Windows Support for Cell Local Memory

in

nPartition Administrator's Guide

Hope this helps!
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Torsten.
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Re: RX8640

Today I wrote the link in

http://forums.itrc.hp.com/service/forums/questionanswer.do?threadId=1440386

Hope this helps!
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kris rombauts
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Re: RX8640

Hi Jon,

might be usefull to provide an example of the npar commands they use and the change they are trying to achieve.

CLM/Interleave cannot be changed on the fly, you need to restart the partition for it to become active.

And there is always a minimum amount of interleaved memory required (512 MB for mid range cell based systems like RX8640 i believe) that is needed to load the OS kernel, you cannot get to a full 100% CLM.


HTH

Kris