When the resource controller determines that a resource consumer is short of resources, the initial response is that increasing the resources will improve performance.
Alternative configurations that meet the objectives specified in the configuration for the scope of control are examined and evaluated.
This process is refined over time as the results of shifting resources are monitored and each resource partition is evaluated for responsiveness. The decision history is consulted to eliminate reconfigurations that did not show improvements in attaining the objective function in the past. Other information, such as process names and quantities, are used to further evaluate the relevance of the historical data.
If the daemon cannot take corrective action, the condition is logged. For more information, see poold Logging Information.