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Old 02-27-2019
How to change pset.size value in processor set in Solaris zone?

Hi

I have a pool name yuk-pool and its associated pset is yuk-pset. It has a min value is 20 and max value is 56. But size field has 48 value . This same pool is assign to 4 local zones. Whenever Cpu usage is high on one local zone it impact the cpu usage at other local zone as well during high cpu usage i find that total no of cpu shown in all the local zones will be 48 only instead of 56. Here my concern is if cpu usage is high then that zone should have used 56 cpu instead of 48 cpu. It seems i need to increased the pset.size value to 56 instead of current value of 48 cpu.

Here i check the ouput from "poolstat -r pset" and pooladm command
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Old 03-02-2019
I never did much with pools, but if a pool has a maximum number of processors I don't see how any single zone can get that number of processors assigned to it unless no other zones are present?

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