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Logical Partitioning for Linux on POWER

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Logical partitioning provides POWER processor-based servers with the capability to do server consolidation and optimize system resources. Dynamic logical partitioning enhances this capability by providing control of the allocation of the resources without impacting the logical partitions availability. Linux on POWER supports dynamic LPAR for changes to physical I/O, virtual I/O, and processor resources.
 read more | score:4569 | -Idean Momtaheni, October 4, 2005
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