If you assigned named core resources to a domain, using the ldm init-system command might fail to re-assign those named resources to that domain. This might occur because the ldm init-system command initiates a delayed reconfiguration for the primary domain and you can perform only one virtual CPU operation per delayed reconfiguration. So, this command fails to restore the named CPU core constraints for guest domains from a saved XML file.
Workaround: Perform the following steps:
Create an XML file for the primary domain.
primary# ldm list-constraints -x primary > primary.xml
Create an XML file for the guest domain or domains.
primary# ldm list-constraints -x domain-name[,domain-name][,...] > guest.xml
Power cycle the system and boot a factory default configuration.
Apply the XML configuration to the primary domain.
primary# ldm init-system -r -i primary.xml
Apply the XML configuration to the guest domain or domains.
primary# ldm init-system -f -i guest.xml