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vpar cell mapping

 
vmoussa
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vpar cell mapping

vparstatus -p vpar_name -v on cell based systems shows the IO details as of the LBA:

 

# vparstatus -p vpar1 -v
[Virtual Partition Details]
Name:         vpar1
State:        Up
Attributes:   Dynamic,Autoboot,Nosearch
Kernel Path:  /stand/vmunix
Boot Opts:

[CPU Details]
Min/Max:  4/6
User assigned [Path]:
Boot processor [Path]:  8.121
Monitor assigned [Path]:  8.122
                          8.123
                          8.124
                          8.125
                          8.126

Non-cell-specific:
  User assigned [Count]:     0
  Monitor assigned [Count]:  6
Cell-specific [Count]:  Cell ID/Count
                         <none>

[IO Details]
   8.0.0.1.0.0.0.0.0.0.0 BOOT
   10.0.0.1.0.0.0.0.0.0.0,ALTBOOT
   10.0.0.1.1.1.0.0.0.0.0
   8.0.2.1.0
   8.0.4.1.0
   8.0.6.1.0
   10.0.2.1.0
   10.0.4.1.0
   10.0.6.1.0

[Memory Details]
ILM, user-assigned [Base  /Range]:
                   (bytes) (MB)
ILM, monitor-assigned [Base  /Range]:  0x100000000/22528
                      (bytes) (MB)     0x700000000/26624
ILM Total (MB):  49152

ILM Granularity (MB):  2048

CLM, user-assigned [CellID Base  /Range]:
                          (bytes) (MB)
CLM, monitor-assigned [CellID Base  /Range]:
                             (bytes) (MB)
CLM (CellID MB):

CLM Granularity (MB):  128
How can I find out which cell is mapped to my vpar?
Thank you in advance
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S_Logan
HPE Pro

Re: vpar cell mapping

Hi vmoussa,

 

From the vparstatus , i could see Cell 8 and Cell 10 has mapped to this vpar , the min/Max processor allotted fo rthis vpar is  4/6.


Run  "ioscan -fnCk processor" to know the Processor mapped with this vpar.


HTH,

Surendar

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