Chapter 6. Managing Server Pools

Table of Contents

6.1. Server Pool Overview
6.2. Server Pool Clusters
6.3. Unclustered Server Pools
6.4. High Availability (HA)
6.5. Server Pool Policies
6.5.1. Distributed Resource Scheduler (DRS)
6.5.2. Distributed Power Management (DPM)
6.5.3. DRS/DPM Network Policies
6.6. Anti-Affinity Groups
6.6.1. Creating an Anti-Affinity Group
6.6.2. Editing an Anti-Affinity Group
6.6.3. Deleting an Anti-Affinity Group
6.7. Creating a Server Pool
6.8. Managing Server Pools
6.8.1. Adding an Oracle VM Server to a Server Pool
6.8.2. Removing an Oracle VM Server from a Server Pool
6.8.3. Editing a Server Pool
6.8.4. Changing Oracle VM Agent Passwords on Oracle VM Servers
6.8.5. Editing Server Pool Policies
6.8.6. Deleting a Server Pool
6.9. Managing Oracle VM Servers
6.9.1. Discovering Oracle VM Servers
6.9.2. Rediscovering an Oracle VM Server
6.9.3. Taking Ownership of an Oracle VM Server
6.9.4. Viewing Oracle VM Server Information and Events
6.9.5. Editing Oracle VM Server Information
6.9.6. Starting an Oracle VM Server
6.9.7. Stopping an Oracle VM Server
6.9.8. Restarting an Oracle VM Server
6.9.9. Selecting the Master Oracle VM Server
6.9.10. Placing an Oracle VM Server into Maintenance Mode
6.9.11. Updating and Upgrading Oracle VM Servers
6.9.12. Managing Ethernet Ports and Network Bonding on an Oracle VM Server
6.9.13. Managing Access Groups and Storage Initiators on an Oracle VM Server
6.9.14. Managing Physical Disks on an Oracle VM Server
6.9.15. Viewing Oracle VM Server Operating System Information and Control Domains
6.9.16. Deleting an Oracle VM Server

A server pool is a domain of physical and virtual resources to host virtual machines, perform virtual machine migration, HA, and so on.

This chapter describes how to create and manage server pools.