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Wpar concept

Hi all ,
What is Wpar in HP-Unix ?
Detailed answer highly appreciated .
Thanks in advance.

Regards ,

Gurudatta
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Johnson Punniyalingam
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Re: Wpar concept

Hi Guru,

Is it WPAR or VPAR ?

Nope, nothing like that that I am aware of.WPAR

are you refering like in AIX ?

in reference with HP VPAR

Thanks,
Johnson
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Re: Wpar concept

yes John ,
Workload partition = WPAR
it is new concept which can reduce down time to zero while moving one application.
Not sure . trying to understand the concept.
@ AIX do they have it ?
Not sure.
If you have any info on this please elaborate.

Thanks for such quick help.
Really appreciate it.

Regards ,
Guru
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Re: Wpar concept


AIX WPAR is most close to HP-UX Secure Resource Partition, if that's what your asking.

Johnson Punniyalingam
Honored Contributor

Re: Wpar concept

Check below Thread

http://forums11.itrc.hp.com/service/forums/questionanswer.do?threadId=1277097
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CBZ
Occasional Advisor

Re: Wpar concept

Hi Gurudatta,

Its just like LVM, here you are going to share the resource of your server.

Each partition will have their own cell board, memory etc.

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Michael Steele_2
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Re: Wpar concept

Hi

I can only assume you are refering to workload, which is a new virtualization concept, and apart of VSE.

http://docs.hp.com/en/T2786-90092/T2786-90092.pdf

Both Solaris 10's 'Project' concept and HP's 'Workload' appear similar to me. The increased or better monitoring of performance by grouping related processes together.

Here is the definition of workload in HP-UX

A collection of processes in a standalone server, nPartition compartment, virtual
partition compartment, or virtual machine compartment. Global Workload Manager
(gWLM) extends this concept to include pset compartments and FSS group
compartments. Virtualization Manager enables you to monitor the resource utilization
of workloads. Capacity Advisor collects the historical resource utilization for
workloads for use in capacity planning activities. Global Workload Manager (gWLM)
enables you to monitor and manage workloads by automatically adjusting the resource
allocations of their compartments based on policies.
Workloads that are managed by gWLM are called â managed workloadsâ . Workloads
that are monitored by Virtualization Manager but are not managed by gWLM are
called â monitored workloadsâ .
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Re: Wpar concept

Michael,
The pdf is perfect.
I got the concept.
Thanks to all for their time and advice.

Regards,
Guru
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