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Re: Documents Guide VPAR Manager

Berd, I dont understand the command "FLOAT"
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Re: Documents Guide VPAR Manager

This is dynamic memory, you should read the chapter

Memory: Concepts and Functionality

in admin guide!

Hope this helps!
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Torsten.

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Re: Documents Guide VPAR Manager

Torsten,

I need quit 6 GB to Vpart SAPL917

I need add 6 GB to Vpart SAPL930

anex:
SAPL917:/> vparstatus
[Virtual Partition]
Boot
Virtual Partition Name State Attributes Kernel Path Opts
============================== ===== ============ ======================= =====
SAPL930 Up Dyn,Auto,Asr /stand/vmunix -lq
sback900 Up Dyn,Auto,Nsr /stand/vmunix -lq
SAPL916 Up Dyn,Auto,Nsr /stand/vmunix -lq
SAPL917 Up Dyn,Auto,Nsr /stand/vmunix -lq

[Virtual Partition Resource Summary]
CPU Num Num Memory Granularity
Virtual Partition Name Min/Max CPUs IO ILM CLM
============================== ======= ==== ==== ========== ==========
SAPL930 4/ 4 4 4 128 128
sback900 2/ 4 2 4 128 128
SAPL916 2/ 4 2 4 128 128
SAPL917 2/ 4 2 4 128 128

Memory (MB)
ILM CLM
# User # User
Virtual Partition Name Ranges/MB Total MB Ranges/MB Total MB
============================== ====================== ======================
SAPL930 0/ 0 4095 0/ 0 0
sback900 0/ 0 5120 0/ 0 0
SAPL916 0/ 0 12668 0/ 0 0
SAPL917 0/ 0 10240 0/ 0 0
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Re: Documents Guide VPAR Manager

this change could be online?
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Re: Documents Guide VPAR Manager

Non floating (non dynamic) memory cannot be changed online.

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Torsten.

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Re: Documents Guide VPAR Manager

Eli,

Try vparstatus -v, this will show if you have any floating memory.

Berd
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Re: Documents Guide VPAR Manager

Yhanks
the command apply:

vparmodify -p SAPL917 -d mem::6144
vparmodify -p SAPL930 -a mem::6144

the change suscesfully