Hi David,

Le 19 déc. 08 à 21:16, David Ventura a écrit :

> Help,
>
> Have following issues/questions while trying to run zones in Testbed  
> environment,
>
> *) While using add dedicated-cpu, does it have to be FSS?
>
No.
You only need to activate poold.
See :
http://docs.sun.com/app/docs/doc/817-1592/rmpool.task-1?l=en&a=view


> *) While trying to bring up our application with dedicated-cpu is  
> set, getting the following truss output.
>
> 4422/1:         brk(0x00734D40)                                 = 0
> 4422/1:         brk(0x00734D40)                                 = 0
> 4422/1:         brk(0x00738D40)                                 = 0
> 4422/1:         brk(0x00738D40)                                 = 0
> 4422/1:         brk(0x0073CD40)                                 = 0
> 4422/1:         brk(0x0073CD40)                                 = 0
> 4422/1:         brk(0x00740D40)                                 = 0
> 4422/1:         ioctl(7, KSTAT_IOC_READ, "system_misc")         =  
> 10815
> 4422/1:         ioctl(7, KSTAT_IOC_CHAIN_ID, 0x00000000)        =  
> 10815
> 4422/1:         ioctl(7, KSTAT_IOC_READ, "system_misc")         =  
> 10815
> 4422/1:         ioctl(7, KSTAT_IOC_READ, "cpu_stat1")           =  
> 10815
> 4422/1:         ioctl(7, KSTAT_IOC_READ, "cpu_stat2")           =  
> 10815
> 4422/1:         ioctl(7, KSTAT_IOC_READ, "cpu_stat3")           =  
> 10815
> 4422/1:         ioctl(7, KSTAT_IOC_READ, "cpu_stat5")           =  
> 10815
> 4422/1:             Incurred fault #6, FLTBOUNDS  %pc =  
> 0xFFFFFD7FFF380F91
> 4422/1:               siginfo: SIGSEGV SEGV_MAPERR addr=0x00000078
> 4422/1:             Received signal #11, SIGSEGV [default]
> 4422/1:               siginfo: SIGSEGV SEGV_MAPERR addr=0x00000078
> 4417:   nanosleep(0x08047708, 0x08047710) (sleeping...)
>
> Looks like kstat system calls run into problem while using dedicated- 
> cpu.
>
What are you trying to do in your application ?
> *) What is a locked memory?
>

Memory which can't be paged-out to disk, like sharemem.

> *) There is no capped-cpu resource-type. We are using Solaris 10,  
> Update 4.
>
capped-cpu is coming with...u5 I believe.

> *) Is there a way to cap the bandwidth of network interface?
>

You need :
1) exclusive interfaces
2) QoS


Nicolas




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