Dynamic Configuration Features of Linux on System z
Project and Program: Linux & VM
, SHARE in Anaheim 2012
In this session we explore some of the dynamic features of Linux for System z. We look at cpuplugd for managing virtual CPUs and memory via CMM, as well as how the rules for cpuplugd work. We will discuss what cpuplugd can and can not do. We will also explore dynamically adding standby memory to a virtual Linux under z/VM. We also discuss Linux suspend and resume capabilities.
Richard G. Young ; IBM Corporation
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