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Administering Resource Management in Oracle® Solaris 11.4

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Updated: August 2018
 
 

How to Modify a Pools Configuration

To enhance your configuration, create a processor set named pset_batch and a pool named pool_batch. Then join the pool and the processor set with an association.

Note that you must quote subcommand arguments that contain white space.

  1. Assume the root role.

    For more information, see Using Your Assigned Administrative Rights in Securing Users and Processes in Oracle Solaris 11.4.

  2. Create the processor set.
    $ poolcfg -c 'create pset pset_batch (uint pset.min = 2; uint pset.max = 10)'
  3. Create the pool.
    $ poolcfg -c 'create pool pool_batch'
  4. Join the pool and the processor set with an association.
    $ poolcfg -c 'associate pool pool_batch (pset pset_batch)'
  5. Display the edited configuration.
    $ poolcfg -c info
    system tester
            string  system.comment kernel state
            int     system.version 1
            boolean system.bind-default true
            int     system.poold.pid 177916
    
            pool pool_default
                    int     pool.sys_id 0
                    boolean pool.active true
                    boolean pool.default true
                    int     pool.importance 1
                    string  pool.comment 
                    pset    pset_default
    
            pset pset_default
                    int     pset.sys_id -1
                    boolean pset.default true
                    uint    pset.min 1
                    uint    pset.max 65536
                    string  pset.units population
                    uint    pset.load 10
                    uint    pset.size 4
                    string  pset.comment 
                    boolean testnullchanged true
    
                    cpu
                            int     cpu.sys_id 3
                            string  cpu.comment 
                            string  cpu.status on-line
    
                    cpu
                            int     cpu.sys_id 2
                            string  cpu.comment 
                            string  cpu.status on-line
    
                    cpu
                            int     cpu.sys_id 1
                            string  cpu.comment 
                            string  cpu.status on-line
    
                    cpu
                            int     cpu.sys_id 0
                            string  cpu.comment 
                            string  cpu.status on-line
    
            pool pool_batch
                    boolean pool.default false
                    boolean pool.active true
                    int pool.importance 1
                    string pool.comment
                    pset pset_batch
    
            pset pset_batch
                    int pset.sys_id -2
                    string pset.units population
                    boolean pset.default true
                    uint pset.max 10
                    uint pset.min 2
                    string pset.comment
                    boolean pset.escapable false
                    uint pset.load 0
                    uint pset.size 0
    
                    cpu
                            int     cpu.sys_id 5
                            string  cpu.comment
                            string  cpu.status on-line
    
                    cpu
                            int     cpu.sys_id 4
                            string  cpu.comment
                            string  cpu.status on-line
  6. Commit the configuration at /etc/pooladm.conf.
    $ pooladm -c
  7. (Optional) Copy the dynamic configuration to a static configuration file named /tmp/backup.
    $ pooladm -s /tmp/backup