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Equivalent to the number of available CPUs on the server. SPARC M7-16 server available CPUs is equal to 4096. SPARC M6-series servers available CPUs is equal to 3072. Fujitsu M10-series server (fully configured) available CPUs is equal to 2048. These maximums do not account for CPUs allocated to any other domains, such as the control domain. The hypervisor can
68 Item x86 Maximum SPARC Maximum allocate subsets of the overall CPU, memory, and I/O resources of a server to any given logical domain. Virtual RAM on 32-bit guests PVM: 64 GB HVM: 64 GB PVHVM: 64 GB N/A Virtual RAM on 64-bit guests PVM: 500,000 MB Note The amount of memory supported is dependent on the guest kernel. Oracle has tested 470GB with Oracle VM Release 3.4.2. HVM: 1,000,000 MB Exceeding the 1 TB limit may work, but can result in slow boot times and the possibility that the virtual machine hangs at boot and soft lockups occur on the hosting Oracle VM Server. If your environment needs to support live migration for HVM guests, this value must not exceed 1 TB. PVHVM: 2,000,000 MB; or 256 GB if using Oracle VM Paravirtual Drivers for Microsoft Windows Release 3.2.3 and later. Equivalent to the amount of available RAM installed on the server. 32 TB on Fujitsu M10-series servers, SPARC M5-series servers or SPARC M6-series servers. 2 TB on an SPARC T7-4 server. 8 TB on an SPARC M7-16 server. A small amount of RAM is required for the hypervisor. These maximums do not account for RAM that is allocated to any other domains, such as the control domain. The hypervisor can allocate subsets of the overall CPU, memory, and I/O resources of a server to a given logical domain. Virtual NICs PVM: 31 HVM: 8 PVHVM: 8 Depends on the total number of available Logical domain channels (LDC).
69 Item x86 Maximum SPARC Maximum The limit to the number of virtual disks and virtual NICs is shared when using the Oracle VM Paravirtual Drivers for Microsoft Windows. Therefore, if you define 8 virtual NICs, only 32 virtual disks can be defined for the same virtual machine. Total number of virtual NICs and virtual disks per domain for SPARC is no more than the total number of available LDCs of the supported SPARC server. For more information, see Using Logical Domain Channels in the Oracle VM Server for SPARC Administration Guide . Virtual disks Limits provided here are imposed by the guest kernel and not the hypervisor. The maximums presented depend on the capabilities of the guest operating system. PVM: 104 HVM: 4 IDE (including CD-ROM), 7 SCSI PVHVM: 107; or 40 if using Oracle VM Paravirtual Drivers for Microsoft Windows Release 3.2.3 and later. The limit to the number of virtual disks and virtual NICs is shared when using the Oracle VM Paravirtual Drivers for Microsoft Windows. Therefore, if you define 8 virtual NICs, only 32 virtual disks can be defined for the same virtual machine.

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