[Users] Virtual CPU
ykaul at redhat.com
Mon Feb 20 04:35:06 EST 2012
On 02/20/2012 08:16 AM, Shu Ming wrote:
> On 2012-2-20 2:02, зоррыч wrote:
>> I set uptwonodesrunningovirt.
>> The configuration ofboth serversis identical (node.png).
>> when you create avirtual machine toasetting is per(vm.png). It
>> Ifthe setting"Number of CPUCres," set to3(1Socket (s),3Core (s) per
>> Socket) (fail.png) - VMwill not start.ovirterror:
>> “Cannot run VM.There are no available running Hosts with enough cores
>> in VM's Cluster.”
>> Why not?
>> Do I understand correctlythat the value of(1Socket (s),3Core (s) per
>> Socket)means 3virtualCPU onaphysicalprocessor corenodes?
>> Number of CPUCres: 2 (2Socket (s),1Core (s) per Socket) -the virtual
>> machineis startedsuccessfully
>> Number of CPUCres: 4 (2 Socket (s),2Core (s) per Socket) -error.
>> Number of CPUCres: 2 (1 Socket (s),2Core (s) per Socket) -the
>> successful launch
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> The number of active VMs is bigger than the physical cores in the host.
This is not an accurate statement. You could run, for example, 5 single
vCPU VMs on a 4 core hypervisor.
> Shu Ming<shuming at linux.vnet.ibm.com>
> IBM China Systems and Technology Laboratory
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