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svnhunix (TechnicalUser) (OP)
27 Jan 12 5:04
Hello

with an HMC and lets say a power6 or 7 system one can define multiple shared processor pools.
Is it also possible with an IVM environment?

My google search always ends up with HMC configuration information. Never any mention of IVM.

Steven
sjm2 (Vendor)
31 Jan 12 8:50
Correct - IVM does not support multiple processor pools.
ogniemi (TechnicalUser)
7 Feb 12 15:26

it would be nice ibm points clearly it on the page

http://www-03.ibm.com/systems/power/software/virtualization/editions/

the for standard and enterprice editions with IVM shared processor pools doesn't mean the same as for HMC. On the page it is not clear.

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