One to four LDoms on one or two DCUs
Each LDom can be one of the following types:
Database Domain (dedicated domain)
Application Domain running Oracle Solaris 10 (dedicated domain)
Application Domain running Oracle Solaris 11 (dedicated domain)
Note - For more information on the different LDom types, see Understanding Domains.
Each DCU in the compute server has sixteen PCIe slots. The following cards are installed in certain PCIe slots and are used to connect to these networks:
One quad-port 1GbE NIC – Used to connect to the management network
Four IB HCAs – Used to connect to the private IB network
Each DCU also has four EMS cards, each with two 10GbE ports, which are used to connect to the 10GbE client access network.
Note - Optional Fibre Channel PCIe cards are also available to facilitate migration of data from legacy storage subsystems to the storage servers integrated with SuperCluster M6-32. The PCIe slots that are available for those optional Fibre Channel PCIe cards varies, depending on your configuration. Refer to the Oracle SuperCluster M6-32 Owner's Guide: Installation for more information.
The PCIe slots and EMSs used for each configuration varies, depending on the type and number of LDoms that are used for that configuration.