This procedure describes how to display osc-setcoremem help for the valid command line options and arguments. This command also displays help for the osc-setcoremem simulator. For more information on the simulator, see Using the osc-setcoremem Simulator.
# /opt/oracle.supercluster/bin/osc-setcoremem -h osc-setcoremem v2.4 built on Feb 27 2017 18:23:43 NON-INTERACTIVE ARGUMENTS -l, -list .. list eligible domains -R, -reset [-y|-n] .. return the system to the original state of socket/core/memory allocations -type socket|core -res #sockets|#cores/memcap[:#sockets|#cores/memcap]* [-y|n] "min|MIN" and "max|MAX" strings can be substituted in place of #sockets, #cores and memory capacity to specify the minimum and maximum possible resource assignments respectively. "current|CURRENT" string can be used to accept the current config as is. In the worst case, tool may use a value that is as close as possible to the current value. specify memory capacity in gigabytes aligned to 16 GB ** optional argument -y auto-confirms the desired change. likewise -n auto-rejects the changes helps while testing). SIMULATOR ARGUMENTS -gencfgtmpl|-g .. generate base configuration on a live SuperCluster node that can readily be used along with -config|-c option -gencfgtmpl|-g -dc <domain-count> .. generate an editable base configuration file template Base configuration is the core count & memory that each of the domains were assigned during the initial setup. -platform|-p <T4|T5|M6|M7|M8> -config|-c <config-file-path> [ <<non-interactive arguments>> ] .. establish a new base configuration The file containing base configuration can be auto/hand generated, or based on a template created by using "-gencfgtmpl|-g [ -dc <count> ]" options. << No option >> [ <<non-interactive arguments>> ] .. continue with the current state in simulator, if exist, on a non-SuperCluster node Set shell variable SSC_SCM_SIMULATE to any value on a live SuperCluster node to enable this behavior