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Waugh
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partion

Hi,
what is the diff between cell and partion.
what is the meaning of one 6 cell partition,two 3 cell patrition. Pls explain it

Regards
Rkumar

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Jeeshan
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Re: partion

The basic building block of an nPartition is the cell. Each cell has on it processors and memory that are assigned exclusively to that nPartition.

>>one 6 cell partition

a partition consists of 6 cells

>>two 3 cell patrition
two partitions each consists of three cells.
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Asif Sharif
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Re: partion

Hi Kumar,

what is the diff between cell and partion?

A Cell Board, which contains a CPU and RAM. For detail see the below link.

http://docs.hp.com/en/A5201-96044/ch01s04.html

An nPar(Partition) is a Node Partition, sometimes referred to as a Hard Partition. An nPar can be considered as a complete hardware and software solution that we would normally consider as an HP server. When we think about the basic hardware components in an HP server, we commonly think about the following:

At least one CPU,Memory,IO capability,An external interface to manage and configure the server, i.e., a system console and An operating system.

what is the meaning of one 6 cell partition
,two 3 cell partition. Pls explain it??

One partition which contains 6 cell boards and 2nd contains three cell boards.

Regards,
Asif Sharif