JavaScript is required to for searching.
Skip Navigation Links
Exit Print View
Oracle Solaris Cluster System Administration Guide     Oracle Solaris Cluster 4.0
search filter icon
search icon

Document Information


1.  Introduction to Administering Oracle Solaris Cluster

2.  Oracle Solaris Cluster and RBAC

3.  Shutting Down and Booting a Cluster

4.  Data Replication Approaches

5.  Administering Global Devices, Disk-Path Monitoring, and Cluster File Systems

6.  Administering Quorum

7.  Administering Cluster Interconnects and Public Networks

8.  Adding and Removing a Node

9.  Administering the Cluster

10.  Configuring Control of CPU Usage

Introduction to CPU Control

Choosing a Scenario

Fair Share Scheduler

Configuring CPU Control

How to Control CPU Usage in the Voting Node on a Global Cluster

11.  Updating Your Software

12.  Backing Up and Restoring a Cluster

A.  Example


Configuring CPU Control

This section includes the following procedures:

How to Control CPU Usage in the Voting Node on a Global Cluster

Perform this procedure to assign CPU shares to a resource group that will be executed in a global–cluster voting node.

If a resource group is assigned CPU shares, Oracle Solaris Cluster software performs the following tasks when it starts a resource of the resource group in a global–cluster voting node:

For more information about configuring the CPU control facility, see the rg_properties(5) man page.

  1. Set the default scheduler for the system to be fair share scheduler (FSS).
    # dispadmin -d FSS

    FSS becomes the default scheduler on next reboot. To make this configuration take effect immediately, use the priocntl command.

    # priocntl -s -C FSS

    Using the combination of the priocntl and dispadmin commands ensures that FSS becomes the default scheduler immediately and remains so after reboot. For more information about setting a scheduling class, see the dispadmin(1M) and priocntl(1) man pages.

    Note - If the FSS is not the default scheduler, your CPU shares assignment will not take effect.

  2. On each node to use CPU control, configure the number of shares for the global-cluster voting nodes and the minimum number of CPUs available in the default processor set.

    If you do not assign a value to the globalzoneshares and defaultpsetmin properties, these properties take their default values.

    # clnode set [-p globalzoneshares=integer] \ [-p defaultpsetmin=integer] \ node
    -p defaultpsetmin=defaultpsetmininteger

    Sets the minimum number of CPU shares available in the default processor set. The default value is 1.

    -p globalzoneshares=integer

    Sets the number of shares assigned to the voting node. The default value is 1.


    Specifies nodes on which properties are to be set.

    In setting these properties, you are setting properties for the voting node.

  3. Verify that you correctly set these properties.
    # clnode show node

    For the node you specify, the clnode command prints the properties set and the values that are set for these properties. If you do not set the CPU control properties with clnode, they take the default value.

  4. Configure the CPU control facility.
    # clresourcegroup create -p RG_SLM_TYPE=automated \ [-p RG_SLM_CPU_SHARES=value] resource_group_name
    -p RG_SLM_TYPE=automated

    Enables you to control CPU usage and automates some steps to configure the Oracle Solaris OS for system resource management.

    -p RG_SLM_CPU_SHARES=value

    Specifies the number of CPU shares that are assigned to the resource group-specific project, project.cpu-shares and determines the number of CPU shares that are assigned to the voting node zone.cpu-shares.


    Specifies the name of the resource group.

    In this procedure, you do not set the RG_SLM_PSET_TYPE property. In the voting node, this property takes the value default.

    This step creates a resource group. You could alternatively use the clresourcegroup set command to modify an existing resource group.

  5. Activate the configuration change.
    # clresourcegroup online -emM resource_group_name

    Specifies the name of the resource group.

    Note - Do not remove or modify the SCSLM_resource_group_name project. You can add more resource control manually to the project, for example, by configuring the project.max-lwps property. For more information, see the projmod(1M) man page.