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Re: Powered-off partition resource available?



fixed

Resources from a Powered Off Partition should be available to any other
powered up partition.
CPU and Memory: Assuming you have the MAX values high enough in the
partition you want to move them to, you should be able to move all or part
the running partition via DLPAR using the ADD function.
I/O cards again can be moved via DLPAR's ADD function not Remove/Move.



On Wed, Feb 27, 2013 at 10:15 AM, <brad.lovelady@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

All,

Perhaps I am having a lapse in memory, but I thought that once a partition
is powered off all its processor/memory resources could be brought back to
the available pool without having to remove the powered-off partition
profile. Is there a way to return this resource to the available pool
without 1) deleting the profile, 2) reactivating with new profile config,
3) using DLPAR to strip it down to "bare bones" before the partition is
shut off?

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Bradford Lovelady

Operating Systems Engineer
Technology Infrastructure Services

Wells Fargo Bank l 200 Wildwood Pkwy l Birmingham, AL 35209
MAC W2691-010
Tel 205-938-1999 l Cell 205-826-2834

brad.lovelady@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx


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