About Logical Domains

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About Logical Domains

Logical Domains (LDoms) is a technology that allocates resources such as processors, memory, disks, or network devices to logical containers. It manages these resources as logical domains within the physical host. The resulting LDom has its own operating system, and it manages resources independently.

See Reserving LDoms on the clusters of an Organization Entity using Veritas Operations Manager LDom Capacity Management Add-on 4.1

See Enabling an Organization Entity for LDoms capacity planning using Veritas Operations Manager LDom Capacity Management Add-on 4.1

See Disabling an Organization Entity for LDoms capacity planning using Veritas Operations Manager LDom Capacity Management Add-on 4.1

See About the Veritas Operations Manager LDom Capacity Management Add-on 4.1

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