Your on the right track, Jim. To maximize usage of available resources, I would definitely suggest NOT using LPARs. LPARs are mostly useful when you have a PRD and DEV or QAS together. Then, you would definitely want to 'reserve' resources for your PRD system.
As for the 'Curious to know other peoples thoughts??', I think the Raiders v. Minnesota in the Super Bowl! 🙂
Have a good weekend.
Regards, Mike D. Martin SAP Basis Administrator SOLA Optical, USA 707-763-9911 x6106 mmartinZs...
-----Original Message----- From: Jack Pim [mailto:jackpimZh...] Sent: Thursday, January 11, 2001 4:18 PM To: sap400Zm... Subject: to LPAR or not to LPAR???
Hello All, I have a question as to everyone's opinion on the configuration of a DEV/QAS box. I see customers buying a DEV/QAS boxes then using LPAR's to split it up. Why not just install two system like we did before LPARs??? Memory and processors are sitting there unused when the other system is busy??? Curios to know other peoples thoughts??
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