Is this a bug in Fair Share Scheduling (FSS) bug?:|
Following "Brendan Gregg" example page http://users.tpg.com.au/bdgcvb/zones.html to set up Fair Share Scheduling
When everything came up along with the other zones, FSS was still running on the other zones because their configuration files still contained the rctl zone.cpu-shares information. I did a ps -efc which showed an FSS process and used /usr/sbin/prctl -n zone.cpu-shares -i zone <zonename> to showed FSS values for these zones. Is this bogus data now?
I could still set FSS for the Global with /usr/sbin/prctl -n zone.cpu-share -v <share value> -r zone global. even though the /etc/dispadmin.conf no longer existed. This cause my admins to be somewhat confused as it appears that the /etc/dispadmin.conf file is really not required.
Does this mean that we do not need to run /usr/sbin/dispadmin on the Global zone or is this a bug and with this bogus output?
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