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By Vangie Beal In virtualization terminology, Logical Domains (LDom) is a technology for server virtualization that enable users to allocate system resources, such as memory or devices into logical groupings in order to create multiple virtual machines. LDom is a free Sun. Logical Domains (LDoms or LDOM) is the server virtualization and partitioning technology for SPARC V9 processors. It was first released by Sun Microsystems. This chapter contains a brief overview of the Logical Domains software. All of the Solaris OS functionality necessary to use Sun's Logical Domains technology is.
29 Jun It uses so called "Logical Domain Channels" or LDCs to create point-to-point connections between all of these devices and services. Hypervisor and Logical Domains. This section provides an overview of the SPARC hypervisor that supports Logical Domains. The SPARC hypervisor is a small. The Logical Domains software is supported on the OpenSolaris OS starting with the OpenSolaris release. The Logical Domains documentation.
Logical Domains Manager. The Logical Domains Manager is used to create and manage logical domains, as well as map logical domains to physical resources. Using Logical Domains in Oracle Solaris 10 is a different process than other hypervisors. Read how to implement and configure domains for customers. A CPU can be assigned to a logical domain in units of virtual CPUs (threads). In the SPARC M12/M10 system, one physical CPU (i.e., one socket) has multiple. 6 Aug Solaris 11 for SPARC, as well as previous versions of Solaris, include a neat little technology called Logical Domains (which has been. 7 Aug In our previous article we went through the process of preparing a Solaris 11 for SPARC machine as a Logical Domain hypervisor. Now that we.