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Re: Capped vs Uncapped Processors



fixed

Hi,

It means that the capped LPAR can't scale(borrow) above what has been
defined as the desired prc, units, but in case the LPAR's is not utilized
it can donate the free cycles to other LPAR's. For example if the capped
LPAR has assigned 0.5 CPU in case it need more CPU it CAN'T utilize more
than 0.5 CPU.

Regards


On Tue, May 20, 2014 at 5:41 PM, Bakutis, Becky <
BBakutis@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

I have a frame with 4 partitions. The processing mode for all 4
partitions is shared. The Uncapped box is checked for Sharing mode for 3
of the 4 partitions.

Does this mean the 1 partition with the Sharing mode set to capped cannot
borrow processors from the other 3 partitions? Or does it mean the other 3
partitions cannot borrow from this 1 partition?


Becky Bakutis

Republic Services
W: 480.627.2760


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