Logical Domains (LDoms or LDOM) is the server virtualization and partitioning technology for SPARC V9 processors. It was first released by Sun Microsystems in April 2007.
Logical Domains Manager. The Logical Domains Manager is used to create and manage logical domains, as well as map logical domains to physical resources.
In virtualization terminology, Logical Domains (LDom) is a technology for server virtualization that enable users to allocate system resources, such as memory or ...
Solaris 11 for SPARC, as well as previous versions of Solaris, include a neat little technology called Logical Domains (which has been rebranded as Oracle VM for SPARC).
Logical Domains Commands ldm(1M) Name | Synopsis | Description | Subcommand Summaries | Subcommand Usage | Examples | Exit Status | Attributes | See Also
BigAdmin Hub for sys admin information pertaining to the Solaris OS feature Oracle VM Server for SPARC (Logical Domains).
The Logical domains P2V migration tool automatically converts an existing physical system to a virtual system that runs in a logical domain on a chip multithreading ...
Changes for This Release. The major changes for this release of Logical Domains 1.0.1 software are to provide support for: Sun Blade T6320 Server Module
Shall I use Zones or LDOMs? By Karoly Vegh-Oracle on Feb 16, 2012. Recently (especially since the SPARC T4 release) I got this question a couple of times - "We are ...
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