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VPMON coming while pressing ctrl+A

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Vishu
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VPMON coming while pressing ctrl+A

Hi Masters,

I got confused in one situation. Like i have two VPARS in my NPAR. but when i press ctrl A, it shows me the following ouput:-

root@dhqbobs:/etc>
[MON]

[dhqlabu]

[dhqbobs]

[MON]
MON>

i mean to say it shows me MON as a vpar and three VPARs showed up. When i release ctrl+A on [MON], it gave me MON> prompt.

i immediately opened another NPAR and i have four VPARs in that NPAR. i started pressing ctrl+A, but it gave me normal screen of all VPARS as it is, no [MON].

Please clear my confusion on it that
1. why [MON] is coming, if i dont have any third vpar defined?
2. If it is coming, then why it is not coming for all other NPARs?

Thanks
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Don Morris_1
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Re: VPMON coming while pressing ctrl+A

MON isn't a vPar - it is the vPar Monitor. You can use it to launch vPars, TOC/RS a problematic vPar, etc.

You can switch to the monitor as long as there's an unassigned cpu resource in the nPar (the monitor borrows/runs on that cpu). Hence when you started all the vPars in the _other_ nPar, you presumably had all cpus assigned and couldn't switch to the monitor.

All this is doubtlessly explained in more detail in the vPar Administrator's Guide.
Raj D.
Honored Contributor

Re: VPMON coming while pressing ctrl+A

Ranju,

Ctrl + A is used to switch between different vpar window.

> 2. If it is coming, then why it is not coming for all other NPARs?
Ctrl+A works when virtual partition softwware is installed and active. You other npar may not have vpar configured on it.


To see how many vpar you have , you have to use # vparstatus

For details:
# vparstatus -v

Hth,




* Finaly make sure to assign points to those who tried to help on your threads.

Your profile says:
"I have assigned points to 127 of 209 responses to my questions. "

i.e you havn't assigned any points to almost 82 responses. To get better itrc responses make sure points are in place.

Cheers,
Raj.
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Vishu
Trusted Contributor

Re: VPMON coming while pressing ctrl+A

@Don,
Thanks it somewhat clears to me from your reply that why the [MON] is coming while pressing ctrl+A to switch between VPARs.

@Raj, I think you did not get my question clearly. I have my VPAR properly configured in my second NPAR also. i think i need to paste its output to explain you better. Don get my point.
My only concern was why i am getting [MON] in a particular NPAR while switching with ctrl+A, as for other NPARs, it is not coming.

and regarding assigning points, that may be when i was just the new joinee of this forum site, due to unawareness of this system. but you can see i have assigned points to all my question after that and really appreciate the help and the valuable time put in by the Genius of HP-UX.

Anyways, thanks for reminding this.

Torsten.
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: VPMON coming while pressing ctrl+A

This is what the manual says:

"Toggling Past the vPars Monitor Prompt (A.03.xx only)

When the monarch CPU of the
server is not assigned to any partition, you will see the vPars Monitor prompt. Press Ctrl-A
to cycle to the console window of the next partition."

...

"A.04.xx and A.05.xx:

When any CPU is available, you will see the MON> prompt."




But you should do any management action from a running vPar.

Hope this helps!
Regards
Torsten.

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