Go to main content

Oracle® VM Server for SPARC 3.6 Administration Guide

Exit Print View

Updated: September 2019
 
 

Managing Physical Resources on the Control Domain

To constrain or remove the physical-bindings constraint from the control domain, follow the appropriate steps in the previous section. However, instead of unbinding the domain, place the control domain in a delayed reconfiguration.

A change of constraint between anonymous resources and physically bound named resources auto-triggers a delayed reconfiguration. You can still explicitly enter a delayed reconfiguration by using the ldm start-reconf primary command.

As with any delayed reconfiguration change, you must perform a reboot of the domain, in this case the control domain, to complete the process.


Note - When the control domain is in delayed reconfiguration mode, you can perform unlimited memory assignments by using the ldm add-mem and ldm remove-mem commands on the control domain. However, you can perform only one core assignment to the control domain by using the ldm set-core command.