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  • Max_ipc – maximum instructions per core.Max throughput – maximum threads per core.
  • attack=value Specifies the maximum number of resources to be added during any one resource control cycle. If the number of available resources is less than the specified value, all of the available resources are added. By default, the attack is unlimited so that you can add as many CPU threads as are available. Valid values are from 1 to the number of free CPU threads on the system.priority=valueSpecifies a priority for dynamic resource management (DRM) policies. Priority values are used to determine the relationship between DRM policies in a single domain and between DRM-enabled domains in a single system. Lower numerical values represent higher (better) priorities. Valid values are between 1 and 9999. The default value is 99.elastic-margin=valueSpecifies the amount of buffer space between util-lower and the number of free CPU threads to avoid oscillations at low CPU thread counts. Valid values are from 0 to 100. The default value is 5.
  • NPIV is defined by the Technical Committee T11 in the Fiber Channel - Link Services (FC-LS) specification.

Advanced resource management and scalability features for cloud environment using solaris 11 Advanced resource management and scalability features for cloud environment using solaris 11 Presentation Transcript

  • Lectures: Advanced Resource Management and Scalability Features for Cloud Environment using Solaris 11 Presenter: Haim Tzadok GRIGALE LTD.
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  • AGENDA       Introduction – Elastic Cloud Tools & Utilities Hardware elasticity OS elasticity Network elasticity Storage elasticity
  • Introduction – Elastic Cloud Amazon elasticity – Ability to pay per quantum of time. So where is the elasticity ?
  • Introduction – Elastic Cloud       Cloud elasticity – Do IT online !!! Ability to change resources of a VM – online. Ability to utilize and share the hardware better – online. Ability to change hardware to your specific needs – online. Ability to utilize the OS better for its’ specific needs – online. Ability to utilize the Network and storage better – online.
  • Tools & Utilities Enterprise Manager SUITE  Oracle Cloud control – Mainly manages application tier Oracle DB, Weblogic, SOA, Glassfish, etc...  Oracle OPS Center – Manages Hardware, OS, Hypervisors, VM’s, Storage, Network Fabrics, etc…  Oracle VM Manager – Manages OVM X86 & SPARC
  • Tools & Utilities   Oracle VM for SPARC A set of packages (in Solaris 10/11) that offers HW virtualization in T-series servers. Oracle VM for x86 A Xen based hypervisor that operates as a Hypervisor for X86 platforms. Both offers: CLI or GUI management via OPS Center – or – VM Manager
  • Hardware Elasticity  Imagine your hardware can transform itself from 1 core = 8 vcpu (max-throughput) to 1 core = 1 vcpu (max-ipc) This can be done via Oracle VM for SPARC Control domain e.g.: ldm set-core threading=max-ipc | max-throughput ldom * This feature is deprecated but was brought to emphasize the elasticity of SPARC platform.
  • Hardware Elasticity Ldom elasticity policy ldm add-policy [enable=yes|no] [priority=value] [attack=value] [decay=value] [elastic-margin=value] [sample-rate=value] [todbegin=hh:mm[:ss]] [tod-end=hh:mm[:ss]] [util-lower=percent] [util-upper=percent] [vcpu-min=value] [vcpu-max=value] name=policy-name ldom...   Oracle VM for SPARC supports mixed Solaris versions Support for running Solaris 10 and Solaris 11 VMs.
  • OS Elasticity       Critical thread – ability to bring CPU bound process more hardware space. (by setting the priority of this process to 60 using FX priority or RT scheduling classes). Datalink Multipathing Aggregations – Overcomes the single switch boundary. Multipathing – IO Multipathing supports mixed paths (e.g.: iscsi, fcoe and fc together.) FC – FC lun changes are reflected immediately. Fast reboot mechanism – by using: reboot –s OS Snapshots – Snapshot a root file-system within the OS using: beadm
  • OS Elasticity – cont.    Patching & Upgrading – patching and upgrading using liveupgrade can be rolled back. Ability to run zones – a lightweight virtualized VM with a lower footprint. Ability to run branded zones – Solaris 10 zones.
  • Storage Elasticity    ZFS – Ability to add devices, ability to split pool, ability to grow luns of a pool on the fly – online. Multipathing – IO Multipathing supports mixed paths (e.g.: iSCSI, FCoE and FC together.) NPIV – N_Port ID Virtualization is a Fiber Channel facility allowing multiple N_Port IDs to share a single physical N_Port. This allows multiple Fiber Channel initiators to occupy a single physical port, easing hardware requirements in Storage Area Network design, especially where virtual SANs are called for.  COMSTAR - ability to create luns and expose them using FC/FCoE/iSCSI etc…
  • Network Elasticity    Datalink Multipathing Aggregations – overcome the single switch boundary. Ability to add or remove devices – online. SR-IOV – Single root IO virtualization now supports NIC that can expose itself as several virtual devices. Each virtual device is a physical entity in the card. Packet manipulation is done by the hardware. Network virtualization – ability to create switches and vnics and to attach it to zones.