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Can we modify the no of CPUs and Memory size of VMs while VM is ON in integrity VM

 
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senthil_kumar_1
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Can we modify the no of CPUs and Memory size of VMs while VM is ON in integrity VM

Hi All,


Can we modify the no of CPUs and Memory size of VMs while VM is ON in integrity VM?
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Steven E. Protter
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Re: Can we modify the no of CPUs and Memory size of VMs while VM is ON in integrity VM

Shalom,

This is an RTFM answer.

http://docs.hp.com/en/T2767-90067/rn01re01.html


Read that, the answers are within.

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Torsten.
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Re: Can we modify the no of CPUs and Memory size of VMs while VM is ON in integrity VM

Dynamic memory:

http://docs.hp.com/en/T2767-90180/ch09s06.html

AFAIK the CPUs are not yet dynamic.

Hope this helps!
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Raj D.
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Re: Can we modify the no of CPUs and Memory size of VMs while VM is ON in integrity VM

Senthil,

From the document:

Modifying a Virtual Machine's Memory Size on the VM Host
Once dynamic memory is configured, a virtual machine's memory size can be changed to any value between the minimum size (ram_dyn_min) and the maximum size (ram_dyn_max) in increments of the chunk size (64 MB). Use the following -x option to the hpvmmodify command to change the memory size:


# hpvmmodify -P host1 -x ram_target = new memory size


Managing Dynamic Memory from the Guest


Dynamic memory management from the guest is disabled by default and must be enabled from the VM Host. If the feature is not enabled, dynamic memory information can be displayed , but the memory size cannot be changed.

Use the hpvmcreate, hpvmmodify, or hpvmclone command and include the -x dynamic_memory_control option. Specify 1 as the argument to the option. For example, on the VM Host system, enter the following command to enable dynamic memory control on the guest named host1:


# hpvmmodify -P host1 -x dynamic_memory_control=1


Try this on a test server and you will be good go,..

Hth,
Raj.
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