When you reallocate resources using the osc-setcoremem command, osc-setcoremem saves the new configuration to the service processor (SP) in this format:
CM_ – indicates a core/memory configuration that was created sometime after the initial installation.
domx is expressed with this nomenclature:
xC or xS – CPU resources in number (x) of cores (C) or sockets (S)
xG or xT – Memory resources in number (x) of gigabytes (G) or number of terabytes (T)
TimeStamp – in the format MMDDYYYYHHMM
This file name example . . .
. . . represents a configuration created on August 20, 2015 at 13:54 and has three domains with these resources:
2-sockets, 1-TB memory
1-socket, 512 GB memory
3-sockets, 1536 GB memory
To see more details about the resource allocations, you can use the SP configuration time stamp to locate and view the corresponding osc-setcoremem log file.
Output indicating no custom CPU/memory configurations:
The file called V_B4_4_1_20150804141204 is the initial resource configuration file that was created when the system was installed.
# ldm list-config factory-default V_B4_4_1_20150825155356 [next poweron]
Output indicating three additional CPU/memory configurations:
# ldm list-config factory-default V_B4_4_1_20150825155356 CM_3S3T_1S1T_082820151531 CM_30C2560G_18C1536G_082820151559 CM_1S1T_6C512G_082820151618 [current]
# more /opt/oracle.supercluster/osc-setcoremem/log/osc-setcoremem_activity_08-28-2015_16\:18*.log