Enable Organization Entity for capacity planning panel options for LDom space allocation

Article:HOWTO65332  |  Created: 2012-01-04  |  Updated: 2012-08-24  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO65332
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Enable Organization Entity for capacity planning panel options for LDom space allocation

This topic applies to Veritas Operations Manager LDom Capacity Management Add-on 4.1.

Use this panel to view and edit the parameters that are required to enable an organization entity for LDoms reservation. You can view VCPU count, and the allocated memory. The VCPU count and memory determine the computing power of server, and they are also used as a compliance criteria. You can enter spare servers per cluster for the organization entity.

Table: Enable organization entity for capacity planning panel options

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Description

Organization Entity

Displays the name of the organization entity that you have selected for LDoms reservation.

Specify attributes

VCPU count per server

Displays the number of virtual CPU (VCPU) counts per server in the organization entity.

Memory per server

Displays the memory allocated per server in the organization entity.

Spare Servers per Cluster

Select the number of spare servers per cluster for the organization entity.

It indicates the allowed number of nodes in the cluster that can go offline without affecting the availability of LDoms on the cluster. When any server fails, all the LDoms running on the server can failover on the spare server.

Since for mission-critical applications, you need more resilient infrastructure, you can have more number of spare servers per cluster. However, in that scenario, you can configure less number of LDoms on the server.

See Enabling an Organization Entity for LDoms capacity planning using Veritas Operations Manager LDom Capacity Management Add-on 4.1.

See About the Veritas Operations Manager LDom Capacity Management Add-on 4.1


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