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7.11 Assigning CPU Core Resources


7.11 Assigning CPU Core Resources
After registering a CPU Activation key with the system, set the number of CPU Activations in a physical partition, and assign CPU core resources.
  1. Execute the setcod command interactively to set the number of CPU Activations in a physical partition and assign CPU core resources.
    For ppar_id, specify a PPAR-ID.
XSCF> setcod -p ppar_id -s cpu
  1. The following example interactively assigns four CPU core resources to the physical partition.
XSCF> setcod -p 0 -s cpu
PROC Permits installed: 4 cores
PROC Permits assigned for PPAR 0 (4 MAX) [Permanent 0cores]
Permanent [0]:4

 PROC Permits assigned for PPAR will be changed.

 PROC Permits assigned for PPAR 0 : 0 -> 4

 Continue? [y|n] : y

 Completed.
XSCF>
  1. Execute the showcod command, and confirm the number of assigned CPU Activations.
    The following example assigns four CPU core resources to physical partition 0.
XSCF> showcod -v -s cpu
PROC Permits installed : 4 cores
PROC Permits assigned for PPAR 0: 4 [Permanent 4cores]
XSCF>