You administer a system with three nonglobal zones. All three-zones (z1, z2, and z3) use a common
resource pool. The pool is a fixed, two-CPU configuration. The default scheduler is FSS. Zones z1 and
z2 run applications that, over time, consume all available CPU resources. You have allotted 20 shares
each to these zones. Zone z3 runs a mission-critical application, so you allotted it 60 shares. Because
of application maintenance, zone z3 is currently using about 10% of the CPU resources in the shared
pool. Which option describes the demand when available CPU resources are consumed by zones z1
Which utility/service must you use to set processes with FSS by default?
You configured the Fail Share Scheduler on a server, and you defined CPU shares for two nonglobal
zones. You now need to apply shares to the global zone. The configuration needs to be persistent
across a reboot operation. Which utility will you use?
Which scheduling class distributes CPU resources among its processes based on assigned
Identify three ways in which the Fair Share Scheduler can be assigned.
B, D, E
Consider the following command:
dispadmin -c IA -g -r 1000000
Which statement correctly describes the result?
You have a server that has two zones configured. These zones use the pool named pool_zones.
Examine the following configuration information:
The system has four CPUs. Assume that both zones are under heavy load. Examine the following
Which option describes the values you would expect to see for the CPU field for the zones?
Which command reports the scheduling class a process falls under?
Can you change the scheduling class of a zone's processes to FSS without rebooting?
Which scheduling class cannot be assigned to a zone?