The server has 32 cores (8 chips 4 core/chip, SMT=4) . In a LPAR with 10 cores we notice 80 based on "mpstat -d "output
We have a IBM system p 7 750
The server has 32 cores (8 chips 4 core/chip, SMT=4) . In a LPAR with 10 cores we notice 80 based on output of:
"mpstat -d "output
We are looking for some help determine the number CPU (HT) to help determine process (es) CPU usage on the 'top" pages. My understanding is that TOP sheet/page shows process (es) CPU usage per CPU. Basically, if a process A utilization is 10% of CPU then that process is taking about 10% of 40 CPU but not 10% of LPAR. In this lpar case, we should interpret the CPU% usage of 10% of 40 CPUs, right? Or, it is using a 10% of 80 CPUs accordingly to the mpstat -d report?
Thanks in advance for any help, comments, or pointer to a document.
mpstat -d output
CPU 0 .. CPU 79
while we were expecting to see CPU 0 to 39 for total of 40 HT. Are we interpret this data correctly?
Here are a page from nmon analyzer "BBBL":
|CPU in sys||32|
|min Memory MB||40960|
|max Memory MB||122880|
|Flags||LPARed DRable SMT Shared UnCapped Migratable Not-Donating AMSable.|