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1 cggibbo commented Permalink

Some useful information here, thanks.

2 Ninjo commented Permalink

Thanks a lot for the info .. Good one

3 tom-aixadmin commented Permalink

:( Frustrating... This isn't as slam-dunk as it sounds... <div>&nbsp;</div> http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/java/jdk/power7/index.html <div>&nbsp;</div> many applications installed on our systems have JVMs embedded in their file systems. Even to run in power6 "compatibility mode", you have to be at a certain minimum release of the JVM. That doesn't sound too "compatible" to me. <div>&nbsp;</div> <div>&nbsp;</div> <div>&nbsp;</div> <div>&nbsp;</div>

4 kekepxy commented Permalink

If you do want to change the mode of an LPAR (assuming that the level of AIX you are running supports the new mode), all you have to do is change the partition definition for the LPAR using the HMC and reboot the LPAR. <div>&nbsp;</div> Base on your explenation,if i don't have a hmc connected,could I use ASMI to change the mode of the LPAR? Thanks for your great help.

5 Naresheela commented Permalink

If we change mode, will that gives any difference in power7 Performance ?