Administering Resource Management in Oracle® Solaris 11.2

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Updated: July 2014

Example 2: No Competition Between Projects

If A and B have only one CPU-bound process each, and SA = 1 and SB = 100, then the total number of shares is 101. Each project cannot use more than one CPU because each project has only one running process. Because no competition exists between projects for CPU resources in this configuration, projects A and B are each allocated 50 percent of all CPU resources. In this configuration, CPU share values are irrelevant. The projects' allocations would be the same (50/50), even if both projects were assigned zero shares.

image:The illustration shows how CPU resources are allocated for specific amounts of shares assigned when there is no competition for resources.