ldm start reconf primary Initiating a delayed reconfiguration operation on the

Ldm start reconf primary initiating a delayed

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# ldm start-reconf primary Initiating a delayed reconfiguration operation on the primary domain. All configuration changes for other domains are disabled until the primary domain reboots, at which time the new configuration for the primary domain will also take effect . # ldm set-memory 2G primary ----------------------------- Notice: The primary domain is in the process of a delayed reconfiguration. Any changes made to the primary domain will only take effect after it reboots. ----------------------------- Save initial configuration. # ldm add-config initial Check configuration(s). # ldm list-config factory-default initial [current] Reboot to activate the configuration. # shutdown -y -i6 -g0 Oracle Internal and Approved Partners Only Page 8 of 16 Vn 1.17 Created: 21 Aug 2017
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Task Comment Check Enable the virtual terminal server. # svcadm enable vntsd Decide where to install the domains from: from a DVD drive, from an ISO image of a DVD, from a jumpstart server, by cloning an installation. Decide where to install the domains on: a physical disk slice (on HW RAID), a ZFS volume, a disk image file (on RAID). Oracle Internal and Approved Partners Only Page 9 of 16 Vn 1.17 Created: 21 Aug 2017
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Task Comment Check T5/M6 SERVERS AND OVM / LDOMS 3.X – RECOVERY MODE If a SPARC T5 or SPARC M5/M6 system detects a faulty or missing resource at power on, the Logical Domains Manager attempts to recover the configured domains by using the remaining available resources. While the recovery takes place, the system (or physical domain on SPARC M5/M6) is said to be in recovery mode . A recovery is attempted only if recovery mode is enabled. To configure the Logical Domains Manager to automatically begin the recovery process when the system enters recovery mode, you must first enable recovery mode. To enable recovery mode, set the ldmd/recovery_mode property value to auto and refresh the ldmd SMF service. primary# svccfg -s ldmd setprop ldmd/recovery_mode = astring: auto primary# svcadm refresh ldmd primary# svcadm restart ldmd ( restart required if you previously set: ldmd/recovery_mode = never) By default, the ldmd/recovery_mode property is not present. When this property is not present or is set to never , the Logical Domains Manager exits recovery mode without taking any action and the physical domain runs the factory-default configuration. A full description of recovery mode is available in the relevant documents: Description: How to enable it: Oracle Internal and Approved Partners Only Page 10 of 16 Vn 1.17 Created: 21 Aug 2017
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Task Comment LDom 1 2 GUEST DOMAIN CONFIGURATION / INSTALLATION Prepare virtual storage devices for each LDom and create virtual disk devices for use in a logical domain.
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