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  • Latest Post - ‏2013-03-06T22:33:03Z by dot7171
dot7171
dot7171
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Pinned topic Getting this Error: The shared processor settings in the partition profile

‏2013-03-06T21:34:05Z |
Phy processor setting is

Shared/Uncapped
.1/.4/2 with shared processor pool of 1

Virtual

1/1/14

I am trying to change the Max Phy from 2 to 1 and I get this error each time

The shared processor settings in the partition profile are not valid.

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What is this error telling me and what do I need to do to complete my change?
Updated on 2013-03-06T22:33:03Z at 2013-03-06T22:33:03Z by dot7171
  • seroyer
    seroyer
    352 Posts

    Re: Getting this Error: The shared processor settings in the partition profile

    ‏2013-03-06T21:38:55Z  
    There is a valid range of ratios of processing units to virtual processors that must be maintained. For almost all systems, the minimum end of the range is 0.10 processing units per virtual processor (firmware 760 changes that minimum to 0.05). That means, you can never have more than 1 virtual processor for each 0.10 processing units. In your case, this applies to the max processing units and max virtual processor values.

    Without changing your max virtual processors value, you cannot lower your max processing units value below 1.4. If you want to change your max processing units to 1.0, you must also decrease your max virtual processors value to 10 or less.

    Steve
  • SystemAdmin
    SystemAdmin
    1743 Posts

    Re: Getting this Error: The shared processor settings in the partition profile

    ‏2013-03-06T21:40:03Z  
    I believe you'll need to drop your max virtual cpus from 14 to 10 before you can drop your entitled procs from 2 to 1.
  • dot7171
    dot7171
    28 Posts

    Re: Getting this Error: The shared processor settings in the partition profile

    ‏2013-03-06T22:33:03Z  
    I totally forgot about the virtual max setting. Thanks for the help