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Documents Guide VPAR Manager

Hi,
i need modify the memory in the VP.

The Host server is RX7640. The server have 4 VPar

i need quit memory in the VPAR 1 and assinged more memory in the VPAR 2

Any know procedure? or manual HP VP?

Thanks
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Re: Documents Guide VPAR Manager

Eli,

You will firstly need to identify memory components you wish to move using vparstatus, and then deallocate using vparmodify with a -d option, and the add to required partition with vparmodify -a option.

HTH

Berd
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Re: Documents Guide VPAR Manager

Do you have dynamic memory?


If not, stop the first vPar, reduce the memory, start again.

Then stop second vpar, add memory and start again.

Hope this helps!
Regards
Torsten.

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Re: Documents Guide VPAR Manager

How can see memory dynamic or not?
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Re: Documents Guide VPAR Manager

this change do as loggin in the VPar1? in the case the quit memory.

where do loggin to change memory?

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Re: Documents Guide VPAR Manager

You can do the modification from any running vPar.

Hope this helps!
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Torsten.

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Re: Documents Guide VPAR Manager

Torsten, I have VPAR modify down? or I can VPAR start?

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Re: Documents Guide VPAR Manager

The Version VPar.

SAPL917:/> vparstatus -V
Version 2.0

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Re: Documents Guide VPAR Manager

anex example:

the vpar SAPL917 has 10 GB
the vpar SAPL930 has 4 GB

I need delet 6 gb from SAPL917
The VPAR SAPL917 before change:
SAPL917 4 GB

I need add 6 GB from SAPL930
The VPAR SAPL930 before change:
SAPL930 10 GB

commands apply:
vparmodify -p SAPL917 -d cell:0:mem:6144

vparmodify -p SAPL930 -a cell:0:mem:6144

This correct?
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Re: Documents Guide VPAR Manager

Eli,

You are missing a colon in the vpar commands, and you can also specify FLOAT if the memory is not cell local

vparmodify -p vpar1 -d cell:6:mem::32768:FLOAT

vparmodify -p vpar2 -a cell:6:mem::32768:FLOAT

Regards,
Berd