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System Administration Guide: Virtualization Using the Solaris Operating System
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Directly Manipulating the Dynamic Configuration

It is possible to directly manipulate CPU resource types in the dynamic configuration by using the poolcfg command with the -d option. There are two methods used to transfer resources.

  • You can make a general request to transfer any available identified resources between sets.

  • You can transfer resources with specific IDs to a target set. Note that the system IDs associated with resources can change when the resource configuration is altered or after a system reboot.

For an example, see Transferring Resources.

If DRP is in use, note that the resource transfer might trigger action from poold. See poold Overview for more information.

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