Domain Partition: Administration: Resource Sharing
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This page summarizes the Partition Work Managers and Resource Managers that have been created in this domain.
Name Description Partition Work Manager Configuration
The Partition Work Manager defined for this domain or the configuration used to prioritize partition thread usage for this partition within the domain.
The name of the Partition Work Manager to use in your partition.
Fair Share Value
A desired percentage of thread usage of that partition compared to the thread usage of all partitions.
Minimum Threads Constraint
This imposes an upper limit on the number of standby threads that can be created for satisfying minimum threads constraints configured in a partition.
Maximum Threads Constraint
The maximum number of concurrent requests that the self-tuning thread pool can be processing on behalf of a partition at any given time.
Shared Capacity Constraint
Total number of requests that can be present in the server for a partition, as a percentage of the sharedCapacityForWorkManagers attribute value in OverloadProtectionMBean. This includes requests that are enqueued and those under execution.
Resource Consumption Manager Configuration
The Resource Consumption Manager specified for this partition.
Name Description Create
Adds a Resource Manager policy.
Deletes an existing Resource Manager policy.
Configures the action limits for an existing Resource Manager policy.
Name Description Policy Type
The type of policy for this Resource Manager:
- CpuUtilization: The percentage of CPU time utilized by a partition with respect to the available CPU time of the WebLogic process.
- FileOpen: The number of open file descriptors in use by a partition. This includes files opened through FileInputStream, FileOutputstream, RandomAccessFile, and NIO File channels.
- HeapRetained: The amount of heap (in MB) retained/in use by a partition.
The current fair share value. This could be different from the configured value as Resource Consumption Management could dynamically adjust the actual fair share value based on configured RCM policies and actual thread usage by the partition
The trigger values for this policy, including Slow, Fail, Shutdown, and Notify.