VPR-SD2 RAM Increase (140 Views)
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Mousa55
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VPR-SD2 RAM Increase

Hi,

 

I have superdome 2 with 2 npar and 3 vpars for each npar, i have resources not used on the npar from RAM and CPU, i want to extend the ram on one of the vpar from 30 to 60 how i can do this ?

 

Thanks

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Torsten.
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Re: VPR-SD2 RAM Increase

You can assign the unused RAM to a vpar within this npar by using

 

vparmodify -n <name> -a mem:::<new_total_value>

 

while this vpar is down.


Hope this helps!
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Re: VPR-SD2 RAM Increase

Hi,

thanks for your replay but how i can see the unassigned RAM or resources on the npar

thanks
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Re: VPR-SD2 RAM Increase

From OA run

vparstatus -N 1 -A

where "1" is the nPar #.

Hope this helps!
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Re: VPR-SD2 RAM Increase

Hi,

This will give me the free resources from IO, CPU, RAM on the npar

Thanks
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