When "pooladm -c" is done to commit the configuration, it will try and satisfy the min/max constraints of all psets. In your case, there are plenty of cpus, so pset1 gets 5 cpus. If you had more psets configured, there might not be enough cpus to give pset1 5 cpus.

If the pset.min off all psets cannot be satisfied, "pooladm -c" will fail.

-Steve L.

On 03/10/11 09:54 AM, Ketan wrote:
I configured the the pset1 with 2 different ways

1. poolcfg -c 'create pset pset1 (uint pset.min = 5; uint pset.max = 5)'

pset pset1
int pset.sys_id 1
boolean pset.default false
uint pset.min 5
uint pset.max 5
string pset.units population
uint pset.load 7
uint pset.size 5
string pset.comment

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2. 1. poolcfg -c 'create pset pset1 (uint pset.min = 1; uint pset.max = 5)'

pset pset1
int pset.sys_id 1
boolean pset.default false
uint pset.min 1
uint pset.max 5
string pset.units population
uint pset.load 10
uint pset.size 5
string pset.comment

whats the difference in both of them .. the only difference i can see is 
uint.min=5 and uint.min=1 but the pset.size is 5 for both the cases

so is it just a different way of notation of some other difference too
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