Thanks for pointing this out!  I caught the phrase "Dynamic Resource 
Pools that enables CPU resources to be dedicated" in the howtoguide 
listed below and I thought that was what Maciej was referring to.

Google points me to
which defines "dedicated-cpu resource".



Jerry Jelinek wrote:
> William Aiken wrote:
>> Maciej,
>>     Before you created a non-global zone, you created a dynamic 
>> resource pool and associated a processor set with it. Then you created 
>> a non-global zone and associated it with the resource pool.
>> Now you can create additional non-global zones and if you associate 
>> them with the resource pool you created, these zones will share the 
>> resources- including processor set- of that pool.
>> I found this reference to be very helpful:
>> Regards,
>> Bill
> This is not the correct procedure when using the dedicated-cpu resource.
> It only applies when you are setting the pool property to use
> a pool you manually created.
> Jerry
>> Maciej Browarski wrote:
>>> Hello,
>>> I play with dedicated-cpu on solaris 10 u4.
>>> I read that, this function separate ncpus from global zone and pins 
>>> this ncpus exclusive to non global zone, but what, in this case,  
>>> means importance parameters ?
>>> Is possibility  to run more  non-global  zones  with dedicated-cpu 
>>> on  these same set processors ? (if is this is true, how this 
>>> importance is calculate ?)
>>> Regards,

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