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Just wondering where to manage an AIX server with multiple WPARS. At the
host level or at each guest level?

It seems like one way would be easier than another. I just can't figure
out which one that is.

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  • Michael Stahnke at Jul 17, 2013 at 8:39 pm

    On Wed, Jul 17, 2013 at 12:33 PM, Larry Sybrandt wrote:
    Hello All

    Just wondering where to manage an AIX server with multiple WPARS. At the
    host level or at each guest level?

    It seems like one way would be easier than another. I just can't figure out
    which one that is.
    I played with this a bit over the last few weeks. You have a few
    options, if I understand your question correctly.

    Making a wpar with a shared /opt and /usr will allow you to use the
    same PE...sort of. It's a little bit odd. With wpars that share /usr
    and /opt, you basically run puppet enterprise on the ring0 (for lack
    of a better term) node, you could update items within the WPAR volume.

    So, I am not sure which one is better either. I certainly would be
    interested to hear your use cases or ideas, as I found it WPARs to be
    a bit odd to work with on the whole as well.

    Mike

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