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Understanding Solaris Resource Manager Software - Resource Pools (Doc ID 1006137.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 10, 2023

Applies to:

Solaris Operating System - Version 9 and later
All Platforms


Resource pools provide a mechanism for partitioning a system into persistent processor sets with optional scheduling class assignments.
The real power of resource pools is realized when projects are associated with pools. Remember that a project can be viewed as an aggregation of related tasks that collectively represent a workload.
A pool can have one or more projects assigned to it. Priority of the projects within a pool can be determined using the FSS scheduler. Remember that the FSS scheduler determines the relative priority of processes via CPU shares.
Priority of projects within a pool can be assigned via CPU shares.


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