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How to Add CPU Core Capping Functionality to BDA V4.9.0/V4.10.0/V4.11.0/V4.12.0 on Oracle Linux 6 (Patch 28886097) (Doc ID 2473609.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 29, 2020

Applies to:

Big Data Appliance Integrated Software - Version 4.9.0 to 4.12.0 [Release 4.9 to 4.10]
Linux x86-64

Purpose

This document provides instructions for applying the patch on BDA versions 4.9.0 - 4.12.0 on Oracle Linux 6 plaforms.  It contains 4 bda rpms, one per BDA version release.

To apply this patch to a cluster, follow the MOS note: How to Download and Install a BDA RPM Patch and Revert Back to the Original BDA RPM (Doc ID 2379782.1).

The above patches are only applicable to BDA X5-2, X6-2 and X7-2 server models on Oracle Linux 6 and the BDA versions listed above. They are not applicable to other models.

 

Scope

Anyone planning to apply the above four patches on an applicable BDA server model, OS version and cluster version.

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In this Document
Purpose
Scope
Details
 Patching Background
 Usage
 CPU Core Capping Background
 CPU Core Capping Usage
 CPU Core Capping Examples
 Known Issues with CPU Core Cap Patching
 Frequently Asked Questions for CPU Core Cap Patching
 Prerequisites
 Download and Verify the Patch
 Apply Patch 28886097
References

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