Having a devil of a time with this memory calculation. Silly me thought
that removing a GB of memory from one lpar would then make it available to
the new lpar.
So, if I have
Installed memory: 32768 MB
minus
System firmware current memory: 2944 MB
I get
Current memory available for partition usage : 29824 MB
So if I subtract these from that:
MAILTWO 9984
GDIHQ2 11264
GDISYS2 5120
HQLINUX2 2048
I get 1408 left, right? Well, that doesn't seem to match
Available memory: 384 MB

I stole another GB from GDIHQ2 and now that screen says available memory
1408MB, while the screen that shows summary by machine (not lpar) shows an
available memory of 2,432MB.
Still get the B2006006.

<snip>
The server says:
Installed memory: 32768 MB
Deconfigured memory: 0 MB
Available memory: 384 MB
Configurable memory: 32768 MB
Memory region size: 128 MB
Current memory available for partition usage : 29824 MB
System firmware current memory: 2944 MB
Partition memory usagePartition name
Amount of memory (MB)
MAILTWO 9984
GDIHQ2 11264
GDISYS2 5120
HQLINUX2 2048
GDWEB2 0
</snip>


Rob Berendt

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