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Lenovo Servers Qualified with Oracle VM 3.4.5

 

Less than a month from the release of Oracle VM 3.4.5, Lenovo has qualified a long list of servers with the new release – a testament to the high demand from joint customers. To take advantage of the latest capabilities in Oracle VM, including support for Hybrid Columnar Compression (HCC) for enhanced database performance, you’ll want to move to Oracle VM 3.4.5.

Designed to handle demanding applications and workloads, Lenovo servers are engineered for always-on productivity and reliability, to meet enterprise requirements. For details on Lenovo servers qualified with Oracle VM 3.4.5, go to the Oracle HCL site. Visit Lenovo to learn more about its reliable, flexible, and secure data center solutions and services.

Lenovo and Oracle collaborate to provide our customers with tested, supported solutions for modern data center and cloud deployments and work together to resolve customer concerns in a timely manner.

 

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  • Gary Thursday, July 19, 2018
    I hope that it fixes the problem of trying to run all VMs on one cpu. I had a dell r710 with two six core processors only run the vms on one cpu. They were as follows:

    VM1 had two cpu cores
    VM2 had two cpu cores
    VM3 had two cpu cores
    VM4 had six cpu cores

    Hyper threading is turned on and I had warnings because all were trying to run on one cpu. VM Manager said that I had 24 cpus which is correct but it was only using half of one cpu. If I needed more than what I listed I would be in serious trouble. I also have 128gb of ram so plenty of resources running VM Server 3.4.3. Really disappointed with this product. I had to switch over to proxmox because of this.
  • Simon Thursday, July 19, 2018
    Hi Gary,

    I think that what you are trying to do is actually available.
    By the utility "ovm_vmcontrol" you can decide to pin VMs to specific cores/threads of your bare metal server.
    See https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E64076_01/E64083/html/vmadm-utilities-vmcontrol.html for further details.

    Simon
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